Harington, Sir John.


Being a Miscellaneous Collection of Original Papers, in Prose and Verse; Written During the Reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Queen Mary, Elizabeth and King James. Selected from Authentic Remains by The Late Henry Harington, and Newly Arranged, With Illustrative Notes by Thomas Park. Vernor and Hood ... 1804.
[New Ed]. 2 vols. xxxii + 397pp. + viii + 416pp. With the armorial bookplates of Joseph Jones ‘Deo Adjuvante’, some light browning, contemporary half calf boards, some minor wear to boards, taping to tail of hinge of vol. 1., extremities rubbed, gilt lettered labels to sl. rubbed spines, crack along tail of upper joint of vol 2. First published in 1769-75. Sir John Harington, (bap. 1560, d. 1612), courtier and author. ‘... one of the best-documented writers of his age ...’
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