The deseruing fauorite : as it was lately acted, first before the Kings Maiestie, and since publikely at the Black-Friers by His Maiesies seruants / written by Lodovvicke Carlell ...

Author
Carlell, Lodowick, 1602?-1675 [Browse]
Uniform title
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
At London : Printed for Mathevv Rhodes, 1629.
Description
[102] p. (the last leaf blank) ; 18 cm. (4to)

Details

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Publisher
Former owner
Library of Congress genre(s)
Rare books genre
Notes
  • "Plot is derived from a well known Spanish 'novel', La Duquesa de Mantua, by Don Alonso del Castillo Solorzano, published in the same year"--Felix E. Schelling's Elizabethan drama, v. 2, p. 353
  • Printed by William Stansby. Cf. STC.
  • Signatures: A⁴( -A4) B-N⁴.
Binding note
Princeton copy 1 in mid 20th-century calf-backed marbled boards.
Provenance
  • Princeton copy 1 ink inscription of Frances Wolfreston at the head of the first page of text: “frances wolfreston her [/ hor] bouk” with ink inscription in her hand on the title page.
  • Princeton copy 1 Written vertically in the fore-margin of the last page is the ink signature “Francis Wolfrestons” (the Christian name faded or rubbed-out) probably of Wolfreston's husband but possibly of her eldest son (1638-1712).
  • Princeton copy 1 Pencil collection note on the rear pastedown: “Collated vide Greg | GB. 1957”.
  • Princeton copy 1 Seven Gables Bookshop, New York, with pencil cost code on the rear flyleaf and collation note in the hand of John Brett-Smith on the front pastedown.
  • Princeton copy 1 sold for $1248 on 29/1/1976 to: Dr Kenneth D. Rapoport, with his book-label and bibliographical notes on the verso of a photocopy from Greg).
  • Princeton copy 1 sale, Swann Galleries, New York, 1/6/2023, lot 114, $11,250 to Maggs.
References
STC (2nd ed.) 4628
Place name(s)
England London.
Other title(s)
Deserving favorite
LCCN
24021456
OCLC
16396241
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