Dead yet speaking.
|Creator:||Vaughan, Robert, active 17th century Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661.|
Printed by Tho. Brudenell for John Stafford dwelling in Brides churchyard, neer Fleetstreet,
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Described in Oxford bibliographical society, Proceedings and papers, vol. 4, p. 149-150. There is no frontispiece-portrait of Fuller; the engraved title reads: "Abel Redevivus or The dead yet speaking. Mors vltima linea rerum est ... Sould by Iohn Stafford in Brides churchyard, 1651"; the capital S on leaf A1 recto is about 1 1/8 inch square; page 221 is so numbered. Portrait of Bishop Andrewes (to follow p. 440) wanting; leaf C2 (blank) wanting. Manuscript note on fly-leaf in Mrs. Piozzi's hand: "This old Book was kindly presented by Sophia Lee to H:L: Piozzi as a New Year's Gift 1:st Jan: 1800."
7 p.l., 440, , 441-596 p. : illus., port. ; 19 cm.
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