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In our Catalogue this is Booknumber E52769

Author D'Urfey,Thomas 1653-1723] but not here named. Anonymously published but attrib to Thomas Browne 1654?-1741 or Thomas D'Urfey (Durfey 1653-1723)
Title THE WEESILS. A Satyrical Fable: giving An Account of some Argumental Passages happening in the Lion's Court about Weesilion's taking the Oaths.
PlacePub London
Publisher No publisher given.
Date 1691
Illustrations
Description 198x141mm sugar paper covers side sewn. Titlepage (verso blank) +12pp +[1]p postscript (verso blank). In two parts but poorly imposed on the paper so that lines are skewed on some pages, this results in the beginning of 4 pages are trimmed with loss of begining letters, and loss of many running head lines. *Written because of the vacillation of Dr. William Sherlock for more than a year as to whether he would take the oath of allegiance to William & Mary which he only did at the end of August 1690.
Booknumber E52769
Price Price: GBP 45.00 or USD 58.00
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