Enchiridion Theologicum, A Manual, for the use of Students in Divinity, by John Randolph Lord Bishop of London, 1825, Third Edition
John Randolph (1749 - 1813) was British scholar, teacher, and cleric who became Lord Bishop of London in 1809 until his death in 1813. Prior to that he was Regis Professor of Divinity, at Oxford University.
Enchiridion Theologicum (Handbook of Theology) by John Randolph was originally published in 1799. This is the Third Edition, published in 1825 in two volumes at the Clarendon Press, Oxford, MDCCCXXV. Enchiridion Theologicum contains 21 texts for students of divinity. Some of the well-known texts are in Latin (see photos for examples). Some of the texts are as follows:
King Edward the Sixth's Catechism Protestatio Ridleii Bishop Gastrell's Considerations on the Trinity Bishop Conyweare's Discourse on Miracles Bentley's Remarks on Free-Thinking
The volumes are bound in 1/4 green leather with cloth hardboards. The end pages and the text block edges are marbleized. There is wear to the covers, on the corners and the hinge. There is some foxing scattered among the pages of each volume. However, the texts are very clean and very readable. The bindings are strong, and overall, the books are good.
A wonderful set of John Randolph's manual for the use of students in divinity.