Milman, Henry Hart. History of Latin Christianity; Including that of The Popes to The Pontificate of Nicolas V. Eight Volumes In Four. New York: A. C. Armstrong And Son, 1903.
Four volumes, complete set. Maroon cloth, spine titles in gilt, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, the set takes up 8 1/2 inches of shelf space. Texts clean, bindings tight. Ex Bible college library with card pocket & stamps on the front end papers, ink name stamp on top page edge, library labels removed from spines, old white ink call numbers remain. Good. Hardcover. 
A comprehensive history of the Western Church up to the time of Wyckliffe, written from an Anglican perspective.
"We commend, therefore, with emphasis to the reading public...one of the great historical works of our times -- a work which unites English soundness of judgment with continental depth of research and fullness of learning, and which under the guidance of a Christian scholar, conducts us through both the political and moral history of Mediaeval Europe." - The New York Times review, January 12, 1861.
Henry Hart Milman, D.D. (1791-1868), Anglican minister, one of the leaders in the Broad Church party of that denomination, historian, and Professor of Poetry at Oxford.