A fruteful treatise of predestination and of the diuine prouidence of god : with an apology of the same, against the swynyshe gruntinge of the epicures and atheystes of oure time : whereunto are added, as depending of it a very necessary boke againste the free wyll men, and an other of the true iustification of faith, and of the good workes proceadynge of the same, made dialoge wyse by Iohn Veron.

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Title

A fruteful treatise of predestination and of the diuine prouidence of god : with an apology of the same, against the swynyshe gruntinge of the epicures and atheystes of oure time : whereunto are added, as depending of it a very necessary boke againste the free wyll men, and an other of the true iustification of faith, and of the good workes proceadynge of the same, made dialoge wyse by Iohn Veron.

Subject

Predestination -- Early works to 1800.

Providence and government of God -- Early works to 1800.

Description

Bayntun, William. d. 1785. former owner. William Bayntun of Gray's Inn, d. 1785. Title page signed: Bayntun anno 1551 / Gray's Inn.

Daniel-Tyssen, John Robert, 1805-1882, former owner. Two extant bookplates. The larger bookplate belongs to John Robert Daniel Tyssen (1805-1882), uncle of William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst, Baron Amherst of Hackney (1835-1909). Our copy is no. 462 in Seymour De Ricci, A hand-list of a collection of books and manuscripts belonging to the Right Ho. Lord Amherst of Hackney at Didlington Hall, Norfolk (Cambridge: Printed at the University Press, 1906). (Bookplate identified by John Lancaster).

Quarter leather binding with marbled papers. Red and black leather spine labels. Gilt lettering and stamps. Spine stamps are a griffin's heads which the British Armorial Bindings connects to William Bayntun. Bayntun probably had the book bound after he acquired it. Boards disengaged. Housed in red slip case.

Signatures: [par.]8 *4 A-O8 P3 Q6; 2A-E8 F6.

Foliation at the top is misnumbered at 49-56: 48(F8), 50 (G1), 49 (G2), 53 (G3), 51 (G4), 55 (G5), 53 (G6), 57 (G7), 55 (G8), 57 (H1), 58 (H2).

The ESTC lists this book as printed in 1561. The red slip case states 1560, the spine label 1557, and the inside signature 1551.

Creator

Véron, John, -1563.

Date

[1561]

Contributor

Bayntun, William. d. 1785. former owner.

Daniel-Tyssen, John Robert, 1805-1882, former owner.

Format

Page dimensions: 13.6 x 8.4. Laid paper.

[12], 55, 57-115, [9]; 43, [5] leaves ; 13 cm (8vo)

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

234.9 .V54

ESTC S119106

Coverage

Sixteenth Century

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Citation

Véron, John, -1563., “A fruteful treatise of predestination and of the diuine prouidence of god : with an apology of the same, against the swynyshe gruntinge of the epicures and atheystes of oure time : whereunto are added, as depending of it a very necessary boke againste the free wyll men, and an other of the true iustification of faith, and of the good workes proceadynge of the same, made dialoge wyse by Iohn Veron.,” Regenerating the Local Catalog, accessed November 21, 2017, http://sparks.omeka.net/items/show/9.