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CAMERON, John (1579?-1625). An Examination of those plausible Appearances which seeme most to commend the Romish Church, and to preiudice the Reformed ... Englished out of French [by William Pinke]. Oxford: John Lichfield & William Turner for Edward Forrest, 1626.

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CAMERON, John (1579?-1625). An Examination of those plausible Appearances which seeme most to commend the Romish Church, and to preiudice the Reformed ... Englished out of French [by William Pinke]. Oxford: John Lichfield & William Turner for Edward Forrest, 1626.

Small 4° (180 x 133mm). Collation: *4 A-Y4. Contemporary calf (spine very slightly rubbed). Provenance: EDWARD GWYNN (gilt stamped on upper cover, 'E.G.' stamped on lower cover); Cardiff Castle bookplate.

Gwynn, a lawyer and book collector (d. ca. 1650), is best known today as the original owner of a volume of nine Shakespeare Pavier Quartos of 1619 in a contemporary binding, now in the Folger library. Cf. De Ricci, English Collectors of Books p.28; also W.A. Jackson's article 'Edward Gwynn' in his Records of a Bibliographer (1967) pp. 115-119 and plate 5 illustrating a binding almost identical to this. FIRST EDITION. STC 4531
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