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5 June 2007
[FULMAN, William (1632-1688) and Thomas GALE (c.1635-1702), editors. Rerum Anglicarum scriptorum veterum. Oxford: Sheldonian, 1684-92. 3 volumes, 2° (318 x 190mm). Title of vol.II printed in red and black, engraved device on titles, half-title in vol.II (a little browning in vol.II & III). Contemporary panelled calf (rebacked). Provenance: Tho. Brett, 1711 (signature on an endpaper, cut away in vol.I), probably the bishop of the nonjuring Church of England (see ODNB). Wing F2525 and G154.
Historiae Anglicanae scriptores X, edited by Roger Twysden. London: J. Flesher for C. Bee, 1652. 2 volumes in one, 2° (346 x 224mm). Title printed in red and black, half-title. Contemporary calf (rebacked, upper cover detached. Provenance: Sir Foster Cunliffe Bt (armorial bookplate). Wing H2094. (4)
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