First edition of Malesherbes’s memoirs.
Following the edict of 1787, the condition of Protestants improved: they were allowed civil marriage, and were allowed to have the birth of their children recorded, either by declaration before a judge, or through baptism. But practicing their religion remained forbidden. To this period of liberalization, succeeding persecution and preceding the Revolution, historians have given the name “Second Desert.”
Malherbes - Mémoires sur le Mariage des Protestans, en 1785 - 1787
Malherbes - Second Mémoire Sur Le Mariage des Protestans - 1787
198 + 178-(2) pp.
The binding is in very average condition, book in its half leather, sparse rubbing, split joints, rubbed corners and headcap, all edges red, decorated spine, gilded titling.
Interior in good condition, soiling, no title page on the first memoir, (1785) followed by: “Second Mémoire sur le Mariage des Protestans”, two books bound in one volume, leaves at the beginning are crinkled, engraved headpiece, tailpieces.
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- Geschiedenis, Naslagwerken, Religie
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- Mémoire sur le Mariage des Protestans, en 1785 & Second Mémoire sur le Mariage des Protestans
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
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- 20×13 cm