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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England (6 vols from 8 vol set)

£92.00

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1826 new edition by Bulkeley Bandinel, published by Oxford at the Clarendon Press. Six volumes from an eight-volume set. NB Vols 3 & 4 are missing. Hardback. Original contemporary full light brown calf on front and back boards with dark brown title plus Author/volume leather label on spines. Stamped in gilt on both boards including edges. Five panels on spine. There is varying degrees of damage to the spines of five of the six books (see photograph). Only Vol VII is intact. All front and back boards show shelf wear, scuff marks and bumped corners. The binding has been reinforced and the plain end papers are probably later replacements. Inside pages are age-tanned with some minor foxing. All pages are tightly bound and secure.

Vol. 1 covers the period 1625 to 1641, It contains books 1-3 with appendices A-F, vii, 62, 538 pages.
Vol. 2 covers the period 1641 to 1642. It contains books 4-5 with appendices A-M, 614 pages.
Vols 3 & 4 are missing.
Volume 5 covers the period 1644 to 1647. It contains books 8-10, 557 pages.
Volume 6 covers the period 1648 to 1652. It contains books 11-13, 623 pages.
Volume 7 covers 1653 to 1660. It contains books 14-16 plus the unpublished notes of Bishop Warburton. 649 pages.
Volume 8 contains 'A Short View of the State and Condition of Ireland' 235 pages, plus the Index to all 8 volumes.

This early account of the English Civil War is a valuable resource for students of Seventeenth Century British history.

Requires 21 cms of shelf space.

Item details

Author(s):
Hyde, Edward, first earl of Clarendon, 1609-1674.
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
22 cms 14 cms
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Oxford/ Clarendon Press

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1826 new edition by Bulkeley Bandinel, published by Oxford at the Clarendon Press. Six volumes from an eight-volume set. NB Vols 3 & 4 are missing. Hardback. Original contemporary full light brown calf on front and back boards with dark brown title plus Author/volume leather label on spines. Stamped in gilt on both boards including edges. Five panels on spine. There is varying degrees of damage to the spines of five of the six books (see photograph). Only Vol VII is intact. All front and back boards show shelf wear, scuff marks and bumped corners. The binding has been reinforced and the plain end papers are probably later replacements. Inside pages are age-tanned with some minor foxing. All pages are tightly bound and secure.

Vol. 1 covers the period 1625 to 1641, It contains books 1-3 with appendices A-F, vii, 62, 538 pages.
Vol. 2 covers the period 1641 to 1642. It contains books 4-5 with appendices A-M, 614 pages.
Vols 3 & 4 are missing.
Volume 5 covers the period 1644 to 1647. It contains books 8-10, 557 pages.
Volume 6 covers the period 1648 to 1652. It contains books 11-13, 623 pages.
Volume 7 covers 1653 to 1660. It contains books 14-16 plus the unpublished notes of Bishop Warburton. 649 pages.
Volume 8 contains 'A Short View of the State and Condition of Ireland' 235 pages, plus the Index to all 8 volumes.

This early account of the English Civil War is a valuable resource for students of Seventeenth Century British history.

Requires 21 cms of shelf space.

Author(s):
Hyde, Edward, first earl of Clarendon, 1609-1674.
Condition:
Poor
Dimensions:
22 cms 14 cms
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Oxford/ Clarendon Press

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