M'Crie, Thomas. Life of John Knox; containing Illustrations of the History of the Reformation in Scotland: with Biographical Notices of the principal Reformers, and Sketches of the Progress of Literature in Scotland during the Sixteenth Century; and an Appendix, consisting of Original Papers. First Complete American Edition. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1898.
Black publisher's cloth, 6 x 9 inches, lacks the front end papers with hinge partially exposed. Two steel engraved plates, foxed. 579 pp. with index, pages clean, binding tight. Small frayed spot at headcap of spine. Good. Hardcover. 
Thomas M’Crie (1772-1835), Scottish Presbyterian minister. M’Crie opposed the New Light movement in the Associate churches and was one of the group of ministers who formed the Constitutional Associate Presbytery, popularly known as the “Old Light Antiburghers.” He studied the lives of the Reformers, and is best known today for his biography of John Knox.
This book was first printed in 1812. This is the expanded edition of 1831, reprinted.