THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN [BOUND WITH] THE APPEAL OF INJURED INNOCENCE. Thomas Fuller.
THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN [BOUND WITH] THE APPEAL OF INJURED INNOCENCE
THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN [BOUND WITH] THE APPEAL OF INJURED INNOCENCE
THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN [BOUND WITH] THE APPEAL OF INJURED INNOCENCE
THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN [BOUND WITH] THE APPEAL OF INJURED INNOCENCE
THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN [BOUND WITH] THE APPEAL OF INJURED INNOCENCE

THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN [BOUND WITH] THE APPEAL OF INJURED INNOCENCE

London: printed for Iohn Williams at the signe of the Crown in St. Paul’s Church-yard, 1655. Folio, [28], 171, [9], 200, 153-375, 384-427, [9], 235, [9], 114, [6], 117-238, [10], 172, [4], 5-22, [12], 28,33-58, 49-72, 103, [1], 81, [5] pages. [5] leaves of plates; VG; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style diced calf. Very minor shelfwear; spine tanned. A few pages with large open tears to lower margins (not impacting text), likely caused by thin spots in the paper. Large closed tear to center of fol-out map of Cambridge inserted at the beginning of "The history of the University of Cambridge since the Conquest." Open tear to lower right corner of map, impacting border only.

In 11 books, some with divisional or dated title pages, separate paginations and/or registers. Appended, with special title pages, are Fuller’s "The history of the University of Cambridge since the conquest" ([8], 172 p.) and "The history of VValtham-Abby in Essex, founded by King Harold" (22 p.). ²2R4 ⁵4H2, and ⁶6C4 are blanks; second, sixth, seventh, ninth and eleventh books have divisional title pages with continuous pagination and register, tenth book has divisional title page but with separate pagination, third and eighth books have separate dated title pages and separate pagination, and fourth and fifth books have separate dated title pages with continuous pagination and register.

[Bound with:] Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661. The appeal of iniured innocence: unto the religious learned and ingenuous reader. In a controversie betwixt the animadvertor Dr. Peter Heylyn and the author Thomas Fuller. London : printed by W[illiam]. Godbid, and are to be sold by John Williams at the Crowne in St. Paul’s Church-yard, M.DC.LIX. [1659]. "The second book. Of the conversion of the Saxons," (caption title) and "The eleventh book, containing the reign of K. Charls" (caption title) each begin new pagination with quires 2A and 3A, respectively. With marginal notes. Leaf 3Y2 is blank. Lacking index. ESTC R5599; Wing F2410.

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ESTC R14493; Wing F2416.;

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