A letter written by the King of Nauarr to the three estates of Fraunce : containing a most liuely description of the discommodities and dangers of ciuill warre, and a very forcible perswasion to obedience, vnitie, and peace : together with a breefe delaration vpon the matters happened in Fraunce sithence the 23. day of December 1588 / translated out of French by G.R.

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Title

A letter written by the King of Nauarr to the three estates of Fraunce : containing a most liuely description of the discommodities and dangers of ciuill warre, and a very forcible perswasion to obedience, vnitie, and peace : together with a breefe delaration vpon the matters happened in Fraunce sithence the 23. day of December 1588 / translated out of French by G.R.

Subject

France -- Politics and government -- 1562-1598.

Description

Rebound in full leather binding with marbled endpapers. Text block trimmed especially severe at the header. Extra leaves added at the end to bulk up the text block.

Clements, Henry J. B. (Henry John Beresford), 1869-1940 (bookplate).

A3v catchword is 'passed.' The ESTC lists another edition of this work with A3v catchword as 'the.'

Errors in pagination: 15 as 18; 18 as 21.

Creator

Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610.

Publisher

At London : Printed by Thomas Purfoote ...

Date

1589

Contributor

G. R., active 1589.

Purfoot, Thomas, -1615, printer.

Clements, Henry J. B. (Henry John Beresford), 1869-1940, former owner.

Format

Page dimensions: 16.2 x 11.7. Laid paper.

[4], 21 [i.e. 18], [2] p. ; 20 cm. (4to)

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

DC122.3 .A4

ESTC S112607

Coverage

Sixteenth Century

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Citation

Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610., “ A letter written by the King of Nauarr to the three estates of Fraunce : containing a most liuely description of the discommodities and dangers of ciuill warre, and a very forcible perswasion to obedience, vnitie, and peace : together with a breefe delaration vpon the matters happened in Fraunce sithence the 23. day of December 1588 / translated out of French by G.R.,” Regenerating the Local Catalog, accessed November 21, 2017, http://sparks.omeka.net/items/show/8.