Liddon, H. P. Clerical Life and Work: A Collection of Sermons, with an Essay. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1894. First Edition. 
Royal blue publisher's cloth with gilt titles & emblem, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, lacks the free end papers front and back, and one leaf of the publisher's catalogue. xi., 377 generally clean pp., a few lines underlined in pencil, tight. Good. Hardcover.
A collection of sermons on the topics of theological education, the inner life of a priest, the Lord's example in ministry, &c.
Henry Parry Liddon (1829-1859), was an Anglican theologian, acclaimed orator; delivered the Bampton Lectures on the Doctrine of the Divinity of Christ in 1866; canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, London; from 1870 the Dean's Ireland Professor of Exegesis at Oxford. It is said that he had a profound influence on the Anglican ministry and as an admirer and biographer of Dr. Pusey was instrumental in furthering the beliefs and practices of the Oxford Movement.