Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political. The Ninth Impression. With New and Several Other Additions Both in Prose and Verse Not extant in the Former Impressions [with] Lusoria: Or, Occasional Pieces with a Taste of Some letters. Owen Felltham, 1602?-1668.
Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political. The Ninth Impression. With New and Several Other Additions Both in Prose and Verse Not extant in the Former Impressions [with] Lusoria: Or, Occasional Pieces with a Taste of Some letters.
Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political. The Ninth Impression. With New and Several Other Additions Both in Prose and Verse Not extant in the Former Impressions [with] Lusoria: Or, Occasional Pieces with a Taste of Some letters.
Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political. The Ninth Impression. With New and Several Other Additions Both in Prose and Verse Not extant in the Former Impressions [with] Lusoria: Or, Occasional Pieces with a Taste of Some letters.

Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political. The Ninth Impression. With New and Several Other Additions Both in Prose and Verse Not extant in the Former Impressions [with] Lusoria: Or, Occasional Pieces with a Taste of Some letters.

London: Printed for A. Seile, 1670. Folio. Item #028296

Engraved frontispiece, 364pp. and 99pp., and an additional engraved title page. Last page of the Table bound in after page 8. Eight pages (octavo) of previous owner's notes bound in at the rear with continuing notes on last blank. Owen Felltham was essayist and poet who also wrote popular travel books (DNB). This copy came down from the Van Schaack family. The original notes on the minutes of the Moot came down from Peter Van Schaack who along with John Jay was one of the original members of the Moot (which was the Colonial New York Lawyer's Club in the early 1770's). Henry C. Van Schaack donated the Moot minutes to the New York Historical Society in April 1867. He was also the colleague of Edmund Burke and the first American in the British Parliament. This was not only Henry C. Van Schaack's copy (signed on on ffep and flyleaf in1821 but was transferred to his son-in-law William F. Hubbard (April 1884). Also signed by other members of the family in 1721 and 1776. Bound in full calf, early rebacking, red and black morocco spine labels gilt with some chipping, spine ends chipped, wear through to corners, some light scattered foxing or staining. A very good copy. [ESTC R3419.].

Price: $350.00

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