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The Jesuites Antepast, conteining a Reply against a pretensed aunswere to the Downe-fall of Poperie, lately published by a masked Iesuite R. Parsons by name, though he hide himselfe covertly under the letters of S. R which May Fitly be Interpreted (A Sawcy Rebell)
William Jaggard, 1608. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Quarto. Pagination is erratic but the text is continuous, [8], 24, 33-40, 49, 34-35, 52-53, 38-39, 56, 41-107, 88, 109-143, 154, 145-174, 735, 176-184, 193-224, 229-231 p. Catchwords continuous, signatures, A-Z, Aa-Ff2. Book rebound in green cloth, seemingly in 1879, with the autographs of previous owners preserved from the original covers pasted onto the front pastedown endpaper. Other old notes/handwriting pasted onto endpapers, and some old manuscript notes to margins. The prelims and first 15 pages have been heavily repaired, mainly at the margins, with the missing text added in ink. Title-page has considerable area missing. Contents are age-toned throughout, with some soiling and marking. All in all a good copy of this scarce work. Thomas Bell (fl. 1573-1610) was an English Roman Catholic priest, and later an anti-Catholic writer. More photographs on request.
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