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Jeanne de la Nativité. Daily conversation with God, exemplified in the holy life of Armelle Nicolas, a poor ignorant country maid in France, commonly known by the name of the good Armelle, deceas’d in Bretaigne in the year 1671. Philadelphia: Reprinted by Henry Miller, 1767. 8vo (16.3 cm, 6.375"). 16,  pp. $500.00
An early American religious tract that tells the story of French maid Armelle Nicolas and her "child-like, hearty, and confident conversing with God as her only love, her father, and intimate friend." This short English work was translated from a section of the 1704 French work "L'école du pur amour de Dieu" in the hopes that "some able pen or other" might be inspired to translate the entirety of the humbly pious woman's story into English.
WorldCat records suggest this could have been => a tract printed for Anthony Benezet (1713–84), a French-born educator and abolitionist who immigrated to Philadelphia.
Evans 10659; Hildeburn, Pennsylvania, 2289; Parsons 21. In modern tan wrappers; faint stain to front one. Leaves age-toned with some foxing, tip of one leaf corner torn away, tiny stain to bottom edge of leaves. => A small, neat product of earnest Philadelphia. (39894) Please RESHELVE This.
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