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Thomas Sailly
Extremely rare book from Jesuit Thomas Sailly, 1612 - Den nieuwen Morghen-wecker
Leuven: 1612. Very hard to find work from the confessor of the Duque of Parma, the Jesuit priest Thomas Sailly....Fast shipment by DHL, 3 days to USA/Canada. Extremely rare old book from Jesuit priest Thomas Sailly : 'Den nieuwen Morghen-Wecker, wijsende de natuere, voort-ganck, vruchten, remedien, der ketterije' - Printed in : Leuven, By Io. Cristoph.Flavius, 1612 First edition of the reply to Willem Baudartius's "Morghen-Wecker der vrije Nederlantsche Provincien..." written two years before in 1610. In his work the Jesuit Sailly ( 1553-1624), former confessor of Alexander Farnese ( Duque of Parma ) writes about the progress of Heresy and proposes remedies... Original vellum binding - 329 pages - Titlepage with copper engraving - illustrated with many fine initials and vignettes - 19 x 14 cm - interior excellent. Binding strong , parchment slightly wrinkled , but all solid. Some old manuscript annotations on a small stroke of paper on titlepage. 1 Closing cord missing - written in Old Dutch and Latin. During the Twelve Years' Truce (1609-1621), the Reformed minister Willem Baudartius published a pamphlet - "the Morghen Wecker " - in which he calls for resistance against Philip II, referring to the atrocities of the Spaniards. The Jesuit Thomas Sailly from Brussels soon wrote a "Nieuwen Morghen-wecker", in which the heretics are blamed for all the misery. Sailly was born in Brussels on 23 April 1553, the son of Simon Sailly and Catherine de Parenty. He was raised by his maternal uncle, Philippe de Parenty, who was canon of the collegiate church of Saint-Walburga in Veurne. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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