By Dudley Carleton
London   Not Stated
11" by 9" [4], lxx, [3], 4-510, [24pp]
A finely bound collection of Dudley Carleton's letters written during his embassy in Holland, illustrated with a frontispiece. The third edition of this work.
By Dudley Carleton

1780 The Letters From and To Sir Dudley Carleton, Knt. During His Embassy in Holland, From January 1615/16, to December 1620

London   Not Stated
11" by 9" [4], lxx, [3], 4-510, [24pp]
A finely bound collection of Dudley Carleton's letters written during his embassy in Holland, illustrated with a frontispiece. The third edition of this work.
£1,100.00
: 3kgs / : 729P38

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Description

Fine Binding, Illustrated, Leather Binding

In a fine morocco binding.

Illustrated with a frontispiece.

A collection of letters of Dudley Carleton, the first Viscount Dorchester. 

The letters were written during Carleton's embassy in Holland at the Hague, from January 1615 to December 1620.

Carleton's letters are extensive and rich in their description of foreign affairs of the era, offering a first-hand insight into Britain's affair in the early seventeenth century.

The third edition of this work.

Bookplate to the front pastedown, 'William Carr'. Stamp to the reverse of the title page, and to the last leaf.

Condition

In a full fine morocco binding. Externally, smart. A few minor marks to the boards. Light bumping to the extremities. Bookplate to the front pastedown. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean with just a few light spots. Stamp to the reverse of the title page, and to the last leaf.

Near Fine

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