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Memoirs, Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Evelyn
John Evelyn

Memoirs, Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Evelyn
Memoirs, Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Evelyn

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Fair to good. Original publishers casing. Volume I has split in half down the middle of the spine, leaving several leaves loose and the upper board of Vol. II is detached. Armorial bookplate to front pastedown of each volume. Hinges of Vol. I are reinforced with paper tape. Name and date penned in contemporary hand to corner of each title page.

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Item No: B29158
Publication date: 1819
Published by: Henry Colburn.
Published location: London.
Edition: 2nd Edition
Illustrated: Complete with 12 plates.
Dimensions: Folio. 12 3/4".
Cover: Hard
About this title:

'Comprising his diary, from the year 1641 to 1705-6, and a selection of his familiar letters. To which is subjoined, the private correspondence between King Charles I. and his secretary of state, Sir Edward Nicholas, whilst His Majesty was in Scotland, 1641, and at other times during the Civil War; also between Sir Edward Hyde, afterwards Earl of Clarendon, and Sir Richard Browne, ambassador to the court of France, in the time of Kind Charles I. and the usurpation'.