An historical account of the sufferings and death of the faithful confessor and martyr, M. Isaac Le Fevre, an advocate of Parliament. Who after 18 years imprisonment, died a slave in the French king's gallies. Together with a particular relation of the condition of the other miserable prisoners there. Extracted out of his own and other confessors letters and authentick memoirs. Done into English from the French. To which is prefix'd a preface by the editor.
London, Printed by T.W. for Thomas Bennet ... 1704.
Le Fèvre, Isaac,
> d. 1702.
Bound in old sprinkled calf.
Title within double line border.
Signatures: A⁵, B-L⁸ (L₈ blank)
5 p. l., 158 p.
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