TRAGICUM THEATRUM ACTORUM, & CASUUM TRAGICORUM LONDINI PUBLICE CELEBRATORUM. Peter Du Moulin.
TRAGICUM THEATRUM ACTORUM, & CASUUM TRAGICORUM LONDINI PUBLICE CELEBRATORUM
TRAGICUM THEATRUM ACTORUM, & CASUUM TRAGICORUM LONDINI PUBLICE CELEBRATORUM
TRAGICUM THEATRUM ACTORUM, & CASUUM TRAGICORUM LONDINI PUBLICE CELEBRATORUM
TRAGICUM THEATRUM ACTORUM, & CASUUM TRAGICORUM LONDINI PUBLICE CELEBRATORUM
TRAGICUM THEATRUM ACTORUM, & CASUUM TRAGICORUM LONDINI PUBLICE CELEBRATORUM

TRAGICUM THEATRUM ACTORUM, & CASUUM TRAGICORUM LONDINI PUBLICE CELEBRATORUM

Amstelodami [Amsterdam]: Jodocum Jansonium [Joachim Jansonium], 1649. First Edition. 12mo., 320 pages; VG; bound in blue morocco, gilt rules to boards, flat paneled spine with gilt lettering and tooling; gilt roll to board edges; gilt roll to turn-ins; all edges of text block gilt; marbled endpapers; A-V8; Errata, [2] p. inserted between p. 84 and 85.; front pastedown has a bookplate of the Robert J. Wickenheiser Milton Library; second free endpaper has an early bookseller's handwritten description pasted on; text in Latin; title-page vignette;

Contains 8 portraits and 1 double plate, as called for, all in excellent condition, black and white, lacking the rare hand-tinting. fol. 5: Thomas Wentwordt, fol 43: William Laud, fol 85: Thomas Fairfax (with tissue-guard), fol 88: Oliver Cromwell fol 127: Carolus Stuart (with tissue-guard), fol 185: 2 page White Hall plate showing the execution of Charles I, fol 197: Carolus Stuart (with tissue-guard), fol 215: Iacobus Hamilton (with tissue-guard), fol 232: Henricus Comes Hollandiae;

JG consignment; shelved case 0.

9-97-1295413

Shelved Dupont Bookstore

Price: $900

NOTES

A history of the Puritan Rebellion, written shortly after the regicide of Charles I.

Peter du Moulin (1601–1684) was a French-English Anglican clergyman, son of the Huguenot pastor Pierre du Moulin and brother of Lewis du Moulin. He was the anonymous author of Regii sanguinis clamor ad coelum adversus paricidas Anglicanos, published at The Hague in 1652, a royalist work defending Salmasius and including a strong attack on John Milton.;

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