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Emblemes / by Fra. Quarles.

Main Author: Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644.
Related Names: Hove, Frederick Hendrick van 1628?-1698., Holmes, P. -1702., Hugo, Herman 1588-1629., Quarles, Francis 1592-1644.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for William Freeman at the Bible in Fleet Street, [1709]
Subjects: Emblems > Early works to 1800.
Engravings > England > 18th century.
Emblem books > England > 17th century.
Note: Emblems in the last 3 books are copied from Herman Hugo's "Pia desideria" and Quarles' verses in these books are then translated or paraphrased from Hugo--Cf. NUC pre-1956.
"Some books printed for W. Freeman ..."--P. [1] at end.
"Hieroglyphikes of the life of man"--P. [3]-[5] (3rd sequence) and p. 322-381 (4th sequence); includes engraved half title.
BM records imprint date of [1710?]
Imprint date of 1709 is from Term Catalogues--Cf. ESTC(RLIN).
Engraved title page; other engraved illustrations signed: "P. Holmes sculp."; "F.H. Van Houe sculp."
"The 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"--ESTC(RLIN) R36695.
Signatures: A-2A⁸.
Physical Description: [8], 310, [5], 322-381, [1] p. : ill. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
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