HOLLIST, J[ohn], Rev.. Jacob M'Ghinness; or, A memoir of the extraordinary life and wonderful conversion of an infidel, atheistical reformer, who was executed at Chester, on April 15th, 1820, for shooting Mr. Birch of Stockport. Written by himself while under the sentence of death...revised and edited, with practical notes and reflections, by the Rev. J. Hollist... Printed and Sold by J. Gleave. 1820. First edition.
iv, , 51pp, . [Bound with;] HOLLIST, John, Rev. A pious king honoured at death. A sermon, on the death of his late majesty king George the third... Manchester, Printed and Sold by J. Gleave, 1820. 28pp. Later cloth backed marbled boards. Light rubbing to extremities. Foxed throughout. Two presentation copies of works by Rev. John Hollis, both inscribed in ink to head of title, the first reading; 'Presented to the Revd. B. Nole L. L. B. with the editors kind regards', and the second; Presented to the Revd. B. Nole L. L. B. with kind regards', this second inscription has been largely inferred due to loss to the first line as a result of shaving to top margin of title.