London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
[HICKES, George (1642-1715)]. Ravillac Redivivus, Being a Narrative on the late Tryal of Mr James Mitchel A Coventicle-Preacher ... To which is Annexed, An Account of the Tryal of that most wicked Pharisee Major Thomas Weir, who was Executed for Adultery, Incest and Bestiality. London: Henry Hills, 1678. 4° (185 x 148mm) (lacks final blank, generally soiled, two perforations to title-page not affecting text). Later half calf (worn). Provenance: Thomas Lushman (inscripton).
DELLON, [Charles] (b.c1649). The History of the Inquisition, as it is Exercised at Goa, in the East-Indies. London: R. Baldwin, [c1750]. 8° (192 x 125mm) (some headpieces trimmed). Modern library cloth.
With Jean Frédéric Bernard's The Praise of Hell (London: [c.1780], spotted). (3)
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