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AN ANTIDOTE ...
An antidote against the infection of the Jacobites, occasioned by the last papers of Sir John Friend, Sir William Parkins, Mr. Cranburne, &c. who pretend to die in the communion of the Church of England.
London: printed by J.D. for Jonathan Robinson, 1696.
4 p. ; 32.5 cm. (2°)

Drop-head title. Anonymous. Signed at end 'M.D.'. Another issue states 'By a minister fo the Church of England'. Imprint from colophon. Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkins were arraigned on in March 1696 'for the most horrid and barbarous conspiracy to assassinate His Most Sacred Majesty King William', and on the scaffold at Tyburn they were granted absolution by Jeremy Collier who subsequently fled under sentence of outlawry. Wing D56; ESTC r216707.

Copy Notes Bound (11) 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 5661


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