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CARTE, Thomas 1686--1784)
The Irish massacre set in a clear light, wherein Mr. Baxter's account of it in the history of his own life, and the abridgment thereof by Dr. Calamy, are throughly consider'd, and the royal martyr fully vindicated. Together with two letters from Mr. Chaundler, ..to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Cart at Bath, with his two replies to Mr. Chaundler. The second edition with additions.
London: printed for George Strahan, 1715.
[8], 48 p. ; 23.1 cm. (8°)

First published in 1714. ESTC t27302.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting three leaves of prelims. Bound last with Remarks on Mr. Pope's Epistle of taste, 1751 (q.v.), E. Ashmole, The entire ceremonies of the coronations of ... Charles II. and ... Queen Mary, consort to James II, 1761 (q.v.), W. Stukeley, An account of a Roman temple ... near Graham's Dike in Scotland, [1720] (q.v.), and S. Boyce, The rover, or, happiness at last, 2nd ed., 1753 (q.v.). Bound at the front of the volume is an apparently extraneous plate formerly attributed to Hogarth under the title 'Taste, or Burlington Gate' (more fully described in the catalogue entry for the first work in the volume), suggesting a tentative identification with the item described as 'Taste, with frontispiece by Hogarth, and other Tracts. 4to' bought from T. & W. Boone for 14s. on 15 February 1831. (Priv. Corr. XVI.E.7.15).

Binding C18th quarter sheep, gilt double-rule spine, marbled-paper boards, later black and red leather spine labels, numbered '18' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4071


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