His Maiesties passing through the Scots armie, &c. &c. &c.
- Newcastle : Printed by S. Hodgson, Union-street, for Emerson Charnley, 1820.
- Physical Description:
- vii, 6 p. ; 20 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- BEIN 2013 1220 4: No. 4 of 16 titles bound together with binder's title: Newcastle Typographical Society, Historical, 1818-1850. From the library of George Noble Clark.
SML,Y Byz N43 818 1: Binder's title: Newcastle reprints, v. 1
Title vignette (editor's device)
Page vi incorrectly numbered iv.
With reproduction of original t.p.: His Majesties passing through the Scots armie : as also, his entertainment by General Lesly. Together with the manner of the Scots marching out of New-castle; related by the best intelligence. [London] Printed in the yeare 1641.
"The following tract, reprinted from a rare original copy ... relates to the march of Charles the First against the Scotch Covenanters, in the year 1639."--Pref. signed: J.T.B. [John Trotter Brockett]
"One hundred copies were printed, and one copy on crown 4to."--Martin, Bibl. cat. of books priv. print., p. 433.
One of a typographically uniform series of volumes, with woodcut vignettes by Bewick and his pupils, published in Newcastle, the earliest in 1817; after the foundation of the Typographical society of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1818 the publications were issued under the auspices of the society.
Master negative microfilm available: National Library of Scotland, 1991 (ERMMGBE104405160-B)
Hugo, T. Bewick collector, 372
Martin, J. Bibliographical catalogue of privately printed books (2nd ed.), p. 433
Lowndes, W.T. Bibliographer's manual of English literature (1871 edition), IV, p. 162
- Subject Terms:
- Brit tracts -- 1820.Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.Clark, George Noble -- Ownership.Newcastle upon Tyne (England) -- History.
- Wood engravings -- 1820.
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