The Isle of Man, or, The legal proceeding in Man-Shire against sin Wherein, by way of a continued allegory, the chief malefactors disturbing both church and commonwealth, are detected and attached; with their arraignment and judicial tryal, according to the laws of England. To which is added, the contents of the book for spiritual use; with an apology for the manner of handling, most necessary to be first read, for direction in the right use of the allegory throughout / by Richard Bernard, Rector of Batcomb in Somersetshire.

Author
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
The sixteenth edition.
Published/​Created
Boston : Reprinted by J. Franklin, for B. Eliot, 1719.
Description
[18], 126 p. : ill. ; 13 cm.

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Notes
  • Woodcut frontispiece engraved by James Franklin. Cf. Wroth, L.C. American woodcuts and engravings, 1670-1800, p. 18.
  • Imperfect: first decorated fly-leaf wanting.
Binding note
Old, sprinkled, gold stamped, calf binding; gilt turn-ins; decorated end papers.
References
Hamilton, S. American book illustrators (1968 ed.), no. 13
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