(London): Golden Cockerel Press, 1934. Tall octavo. (16)pp. One of 500 numbered copies. Illustrated with one full-page wood engraving and a four-line initial capital by Gill. This edition of Gill's "sermon," reflecting on the 136th Psalm, marks the first use of Gill's Perpetua Roman and Felicity Italic typefaces. Bound in cream-colored buckram, with the initials of the press in gilt on the top board and title in gilt on the spine. Boards somewhat bowed, else fine. Bookplate of Margot and H. Richard Archer, who were well-known California bibliophiles associated with Ward Ritchie and others in the southern California publishing world. H. Richard Archer was also the Supervising Bibliographer at UCLA's Clark Memorial Library. Item #21381
(Chanticleer 92; Gill 26).