Clarke, James Freeman. Events and Epochs in Religious History; being the substance of A Course of Twelve Lectures delivered in the Lowell Institute, Boston, in 1880. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company | The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1898. 
Maroon publisher's cloth with gilt titles, 5 1/4 x 8 inches, xx., 402 generally clean pp., a very few with brief pencil strokes in the margins. Former library book, library label cleanly removed from spine, date due slip and two labels on the front end papers, no other library matter. 20 fine plates. Two small dings in the long closed page edge. Good. Hardcover.
Twelve chapters: two chapters on the Catacombs; Buddhist Monks in Central Asia; The Christian Monks and Monastic Life; Augustine, Anselm, Bernard, and their Times; Jeanne D'Arc; Savonarola and the Renaissance; Luther and the Reformation - Loyola and the Jesuits; The Mystics in all Religions; George Fox and the Quakers; The Huguenots; John Wesley and his Times.