printed for Richard Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul’s Church-Yard,
Binding: Contemporary acid mottled calf, gilt spine with orange lettering piece, blind and gilt ruled sides, red page edges. Spine worn, joints cracked and cords weak but holding, head and tail of spine chipped.
Provenance: ‘Le Capitaine Bernard’, contemporary or early inscription on title, an annotation drawing attention to the text about ‘The Account of the Beheading of Mary Q. of Scots at Fotheringay Castle and her Burrial in the Church at Peterborough’ on p. 73 in the same hand, and underlining in the same passage. Modern booklable of Clive Leslie George who has tentatively identified Le Capitain Bernard as the owner of Thorpe Hall, Longthorpe in a pencil note on the titlepage; armorial bookplate (eighteenth-century?) on verso of title with name erased.
Wtih a catalogue of the monastic library