Posthumous works in prose and verse: written in the time of the civil wars and reign of K. Charles II

Author

Samuel Butler

Title

Posthumous works in prose and verse: written in the time of the civil wars and reign of K. Charles II

Date

1716

Place

London

Publisher

Printed for Sam. Briscoe, R. Smith and G. Strahan ... ; W. Taylor ... ; J. Brown ... ; J. Hooke ... ; J. Graves ... ; and J. Morphew

Edition

The fourth edition, with additions

Contributor

Roger L'Estrange

Note

[Vol. 1]. A burlesque Pindarick ode, to the memory of the most renown'd Claudius du Val, the high-way-man. The court burlesqu'd. A proposal humbly offer'd for the farming liberty of conscience. A caveat to the Roundheads. The assembly-man / written by Samuel Butler and Sir John Birkenhead. The case of King Charles I. truly stated against John Cook, Master of Gray's-Inn. The character of K. Charles I. A thought upon death, after hearing of the murder of K. Charles I. Good advice in bad times; a satyrical poem. The character of a fanatick. The morning's salutation. A letter from John Audland, a Quaker, to William Prynne. The Geneva ballad. The Roundhead. The turncoat. The character of the five sectaries, the Presbyterian, Independant, Anabaptist, Quaker, and Fifth Monarchy-man. A key to Hudibras / by Sir Roger L'estrange
Imprint for vol. 2 omits printers W. Taylor and J. Hooke Some works have separate title pages; pagination and register continuous

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

2

Call Number

PR3338 .A175 1716 v.1

Item Type

Book

Collection

Citation

Samuel Butler, “Posthumous works in prose and verse: written in the time of the civil wars and reign of K. Charles II,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed May 25, 2024, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/7928.