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TUTCHIN, John (1661?--1707)
The apostates: or the noble cause of liberty deserted. A satyr. With the character of a late L---d Li-----nt. And a comparison between the fate of Troy and that of Israel.
London: printed for Eliz. Mallet, 1702.
12, [2] p. ; 32.4 cm. (2°)

Anonymous. Attributed to John Tutchin. A reissue with cancel title-page and a final advertisement leaf, of: The apostates. A poem, London, 1701. ESTC t4594; Foxon 576.

Copy Notes Bound (14) after Albert Durer revived, [1685?] (q.v.) in a volume of tracts dated between 1679 and 1702, with the armorial bookplate of Thomas Pelham Hood, of Spring-Mount in the County of Antrim, Esq, and the front free-endpaper inscribed in ink R. Reynolds.

Binding Early C18th sheep, blind-ruled and blind-tooled borders, gilt double-ruled spine, later green spine-label, gilt-lettered 'Collection / Of / Tracts'. Later numbered '61' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5664


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