Emblems / by Fra. Quarles ; with the hieroglyphicks ; all the cuts being newly illustrated.
|Main Author:||Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644.|
|Related Names:||Bell, Andrew d. 1720?, bookseller., Freeman, William d. 1715, publisher., Gilliflower, Matthew , publisher.|
London : Printed for M[atthew] G[illyflower] and W[illiam] F[reeman] and to be sold by Roger Clavel at the Peacock in Fleetstreet, and Andrew Bell at the Cross-Keys in the Poultrey, 1696.
> 17th century.
Emblems > Early works to 1800.
Emblem books > England > 17th century.
"John Watson his book" inscribed in ink on rear fly-leaf verso.
From the bequest in memory of Charles A. Denison and Charles N. Denison.
Publisher's advertisements on final leaf verso.
Illustrations have been redone by other engravers and are mostly in the style of those by William Marshall and William Simpson found in earlier editions.
Engraved emblems with English captions.
Letterpress title-page is a singleton (cf. Horden).
P. 165, 166, 204, 283, and 287 misnumbered as 156, 661, 205, 285, and 787, respectively.
"Hieroglyphikes of the life of man" has separate engraved divisional title-page on U8r; pagination and register are continuous.
Additional engraved title-page on A1r: "Emblemes by Fra. Quarles" with imprint "London : Printed for M. Gillyflower, at [the] Spread Eagle in Westminster Hall and W. Freeman at the Bible, over against the Middle Temple Gate in Fleetstreet, 1696".
Publishers' names from Wing CD.
, 310, , 322-381,  p. :
ill. (engravings) ;
16 cm (8vo)
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