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Johannes Gysius - Oorspronck ende voortgang Der Neder-landscher Beroerten - 1626

Oorspronck ende voortgang Der Neder-landscher Beroerten : midsgaders, de voornaemste ... wreedheden, die onder de regeeringe der Coningen van Spaengien, Philippus de II. ende III., van dien name, door hare Stad-houders in de Nederlanden in 't vverck gestelt zijn geduyrende dese Inlandsche Troublen ende Oorlogen : hier zijn oock bygevoeght, meest alle de Placcaten, Brieven, ende Remonstrantien, met de (meestal ingedrukte) Afbeeldinghe der Princen ende groote Heeren, die in dese Nederlanden getyranniseert hebben : als mede die tyranniger wijse aldaer zijn omgebraght : oock de Tyrannije vanden Admirant van Arragon (F. de Mendoza), bedreven in VVest-phalen : vvt verscheyden so geschreven, als gedructe Copijen by een gestelt, ende tot vvaerscouvvinge vande Nederlanders uyt-gegeven - Delft, Jan Andriesz Cloeting, 1626 - (11) 607 (=610) 20 (2) pp - leather binding.

Good. Some scuffs on edges, corners bare, right joint open. Solid hinges, bookblock attached to binding, remnants of ex-libris on pastedown. Scuff at top of title page with loss of a few letters. Interior discoloured, some scattered spots, light moisture spot in top corner of the first 10 leaves, and in the side margin of 8 pp. Top corner of title page restored on verso

Contains title vignette, 17 portraits and 1 full-page engraving - all shown in the pictures.

The work is a comprehensive indictment of Philip II and the atrocities committed by the Spaniards in the 17th century

Will be sent by registered mail

Object Book
Number of Books 1
Subject History, Illustrated
Author/ Illustrator Johannes Gysius
Book Title Oorspronck ende voortgang Der Neder-landscher Beroerten
Condition Good
Publication year oldest item 1626
Edition 1st Edition
Language Dutch
Original language Yes
Publisher Delft, Jan Andriesz Cloeting
Binding/ Material Leather
Number of pages 630
Dimensions 20.5×15 cm
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