20 November 2003
MONARCHY AND TRADE, 1648-1696 -- A True Copy of the Letter from the ... Parliament of Scotland, inviting His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, to come and remaine in Scotland, or with the Scotch army, now in England. [Edinburgh: s.n., 1648]. Broadside, 2° 285 x 230mm), printed on one side, folded. Red half morocco. Provenance: A.M. Broadley (bookplate). RARE. ESTC lists 3 copies (not in NLS). A London edition is also recorded (2 copies). Steele III, 1974; Wing S-1352.
A Remonstrance and Protestation of All ... Good Protestants ... against deposing their Lawful sovereign K. James II. [Edinburgh]: printed by a Lover of the King [i.e. ?John Reid], 1689. 4°. (Title soiled.) Disbound. One of several editions in 1689, all scarce. Wing R-969 -- Raisons qui ont obligé le Roy d'Angleterre a se retirer de Rochester. Caen: Jean Cavalier, 1689. 4°. 4p. Drop-head title. (Piece torn from lower margin of second leaf.) Disbound. [?] FIRST EDITION. Marks the beginning of James II's campaign to regain the throne. -- An Answer to the late King James's Last Declaration. London: Richard Baldwin, 1693. 4°. Modern half calf. FIRST EDITION. Variosuly attributed to Defoe and James Welwood, the former disputed by Furbank and Owens. Moore*12; Wing W-1302 -- [M. (François) CHARPENTIER (1620-1702)]. A Treatise touching the East-Indian-Trade. Edinburgh: heirs of Andrew Anderson, 1695. 4° (195 x 126mm). (Two segments torn from title margins with partial loss of one letter and affecting another.) Modern wrappers. Third edition in English. Wing C-3716. -- A Letter from a Member of the Parliament of Scotland to his friend at London. Concerning the late act for establishing a Company of that Kingdom, tradeing to Africa and the Indies. Edinburgh: heirs of Andrew Anderson, 1696. 4°. Modern wrappers. Second edition. Wing L-1413; and 12 other tracts and broadsides.
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