Dedication signed: J.D. Attributed to John Davies of Kidwelly. Has also been attributed to John Dancer. It seems probable that Davies was the author, as Davies wrote other historical works; Dancer did not. Title page in red and black. Title in double-lined border. Text and register continuous despite pagination. Decorative head-pieces, initial letters. Printed marginal notes. Pages 281, 222-227, 289-292 repeated between pages 292 and 293. With the bookplate signed Campo on the paste down front end-paper. Bound in full pale biscuit calf, spine over five raised bands and two green morocco labels with title lettering in gilt.Cited in: Reference: ESTC R009924 Cited in: Reference: Wing D393 Ownership History: Purchased in November 2007 from Éamonn de Búrca bookseller (Dublin, Ireland). Early books catalog. Special Coll. copy has ms. inscriptions on the top and bottom of t.p. Made available by the President’s Circle of Notre Dame and the Clingen Foundation.
The civil warres of Great Britain and Ireland : Containing an exact history of their occasion, originall, progress, and happy endBook
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