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HEYWOOD, Thomas (1574?--1641)
The life of Merlin, surnamed Ambrosius; his prophecies and predictions interpreted, and their truth made good by our English annals: being a chronographical history of all the kings and memorable passages of this kingdom, from Brute to the reign of King Charles. A subject never published in this kind before, and deserves to be observed and known by all men.
London: printed for Lackington, Allen, and Co., 1813.
iv, 324 p., frontis. pl. ; 22.5 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. Preface is signed 'Thomas Heywood'. First published in 1641, this was the last work of Thomas Heywood, more famous as a dramatist and defender of the theatre against the Puritans.

Copy Notes Unopened after p. 129.

Binding Original C19th blue paste-paper boards, printed paper spine-label with price '10s. 6d.'

Reference Number 4596


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