Catalog Record: Emblems divine and moral: together with Hieroglyphics of the life of man | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Emblems divine and moral: together with Hieroglyphics of the life of man. Written by Francis Quarles.

Main Author: Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644.
Related Names: Haeften, Benedictus van 1588-1648., Harvey, Christopher 1597-1663., De Coetlogon, C. E. 1746-1820.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed for A. Hogg, 1778.
Subjects: Emblems
Note: Bound in two volumes.
"The school of the heart: or, The heart ( of itself gone away from God) brought back again to him, and instructed by him. In forty-seven emblems. By the author of The synagogue [Christopher Harvey, who adapted it fro Benedictus van Haeften's "Schola cordis"] ... Wherunto is added, The learning of the heart, by the same hand" (with special t.-p.): [5], iv, 5-154, [8] p.
Preface signed by C. De Coetlogon.
At end of Emblems (p.240): End of vol. I. However, Hieroglyphics of the life of man (half title only) continues pagination and signatures of Emblems, without break.
Pages 101-102, 109-110, 145-146 of the Emblems are cancels.
Physical Description: iv, [4], 9-289, [10], iv, 5-146, [8] p. front., plates. 18 cm.
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