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Nalson - THE COMMON INTEREST OF KING AND PEOPLE 1678
[V74891]

£550.00

Author: Nalson, John LL.D. (1638?-1686)
Title: THE COMMON INTEREST OF KING AND PEOPLE: Shewing the Original, Antiquity and Excellency of Monarchy, Compared with Aristocracy and Democracy, and particularly of Our English Monarchy: and that Absolute, Papal and Presbyterian Popular Supremacy Are utterly
PlacePub: London
Publisher: Jonathan Edwin at the Sign of the Three Roses in Ludgate-street, 1st edition.
Date: 1678
Illustrations: Fine frontis portrait of King Chatles II engraved by F.H. van Hove.

Octavo near contemporary speckled brown leather on 4 raised bands, spine compartments gilt (lacks spine label/head of spine chipped down, hinge leather splitting but covers attached) All edges marbled. Frontis + titlepage + to Reader leaf +[4]pp contents +279pp + publisher's advert. Engraved coat of arms bookplate (Nath. Cholmley Esqr.) to pastedown, nice early ownership (E. Carleton with price paid) to blank side of portrait, towards end some pointers and stars neatly inked on margins. Wide margins with printed side notes. *A neat clean crisp copy of this notable Restoration monarchist polemic (ESTC R5781).

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