Oct 16, 2018 - Sale 2488

Sale 2488 - Lot 59

Price Realized: $ 715
Show Hammer Price?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 400 - $ 600
(ENGLISH CIVIL WAR.) Group of 7 pamphlets. 4to, first, second, and fifth disbound, the rest in 20th-century 1/4 vellum, interleaved, with Fairfax of Cameron bookplate; contents relatively clean except as noted below. Wing entry numbers given in square brackets. London, 1642-49

Additional Details

Propositions and Orders by the Lords and Commons Now Assembled in Parliament, for bringing in of Money or Plate, to maintaine Horse, Horse-Men, and Armes . . . for the Defence of the King and both Houses of Parliament . . . 10. Juniu, 1642. [2], 6 pages. London: Edward Husbands and I. F., 1642 [E2202a2?].

Foure Orders of great Consequence of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament . . . Likewise an Order for a strict enquiry through every Parish, of all Pap ...
Propositions and Orders by the Lords and Commons Now Assembled in Parliament, for bringing in of Money or Plate, to maintaine Horse, Horse-Men, and Armes . . . for the Defence of the King and both Houses of Parliament . . . 10. Juniu, 1642. [2], 6 pages. London: Edward Husbands and I. F., 1642 [E2202a2?].

Foure Orders of great Consequence of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament . . . Likewise an Order for a strict enquiry through every Parish, of all Papists or Delinquents [etc.]. [4] leaves. Mostly printed in black letter. London: R. B., 1643 [E1542].

Articles of High-Treason Exhibited against the Fort-Royall. [2], 6 pages. Stains on title, soiling on last page. [London]: Printed in the Yeare 1647 [A3850].

A Calme Consolatory View of the sad tempestuous Affaires in England. [4], 50, [2] pages, including final blank. Contents dampstained, title soiled, conspicuous ink blots on pages 20-21 obscuring some text. [London]: Printed in the Yeare, 1647 [C307].

The Humble Petition of the Lord Major, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London . . . presented to both Houses, June 27. 1648. With the Answers of both Houses to the said Petition. [2], 6 pages. London: Richard Cotes, [1648] [H3541]. "Requesting the release of Charles I and the ending of hostilities"--ESTC R202506.

Ferne, Henry. A Sermon preached before His Majesty at Newport in the Isle of Wight, November the 29. 1648. [4], 20 pages. Scattered foxing. London: R. Royston, 1649 [F806].

Prynne, William. A Brief Memento to the Unparliamentary Juncto, touching their present Intentions and Proceedings to Depose and Execute, Charles Stuart their lawful King. 16 pages. London, 1649 [P3911].