London: Christian Evidence Committee of the Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1885. Hardcover. LATER PRINTING. Previuos owner's name to front free endpaper. Hinges just starting. Scuffing and rubbing to board extremities and surfaces. Goudge and extensive scuffing to rear board. Age-tanned. Occasional pencil marginalia. Worn gilt lettering to spine of maroon cloth-covered boards. In-bline rules and small corner decorations to boards. Black and white illustrations. 559 pp with 2 pp advertisements to rear of book. Tight binding. GOOD. Item #73970
An extended argument, constructed around a series of examples including finding a watch ; comparing the eye to a telescope ; and the existence of finely adapted mechanical structures in animals, such as joints which function like hinges or manmade ball and socket joints. The last chapters are more theological in character. (Wikipedia).