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Sale 2488 Lot 59
(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
Estimate $400 - 600
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. , 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.].  leaves. Mostly printed in black letter. London: R. B., 1643 [E1542].
Articles of High-Treason Exhibited against the Fort-Royall. , 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. , 50,  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. , 6 pages. London: Richard Cotes,  [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. , 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].Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $715