Great Brittans little Calendar: or, Triple Diarie,

Garey (Samuel)

Great Brittans little Calendar: or, Triple Diarie,

in remembrance of three daies. Diuided into three treatises. 1. Britanniæ vota: or God saue the King: for the 24. day of March, the day of his Maiesties happy proclamation. 2. Cæsaris hostes: or, the tragedy of traytors: for the fift of August: the day of the bloudy Gowries treason, and of his Highnes blessed preseruation. 3. Amphitheatrum scelerum: or, the transcendent of treason: the day of a most admirable deliuerance of our King ... from that most horrible and hellish proiect of the Gun-Powder Treason Nouemb. 5. Whereunto is annexed a short disswasiue from Poperie.

Description: 4 parts in 1 vol., woodcut initials and headpieces, "Cæsaris hostes", "Amphitheatrum scelerum", and "A short dissvvasiue from poperie" each have separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous), without the final blank, a small copy (but contemporary binding) with some catchwords cropped, paper-flaw towards upper outer corner of 2H4 with a small hole in a blank area of the fore-margin, pp. [viii], 239, [7], 241-279, small 4to, contemporary calf, triple blind ruled borders on sides, rebacked, corners a little worn

Publication Details: Printed by Iohn Beale for Henry Fetherstone, and Iohn Parker, 1618

Notes: Samuel Garey, a Puritan, 'preacher of Gods Word at Wynfarthing in Norff', vigourously argues that the 5th of November be remembered, and celebrated, for ever.

Bibliography: (ESTC S102859)

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Price: £750

Subject: History

Published Date: 1618

Stock Number: 65913

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