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Matthew Pattenson; Pierre Du Moulin; Adrien Quinqué; Albert Ehrman; Riviere & Son.
|Notes:||Written by Matthew Pattenson. Cf. STC (2nd ed.), Halkett & Laing. However, "the eighteenth-century identification of the author with a Dr. Matthew Pattenson lacks proof. Contemporaries describe him as 'M[ister] Patteson' a priest"--Allison & Rogers. Catholic books, no. 599-600.
Evidently intended, by the initials on the title page, to pass as the work of the Protestant Peter Du Moulin. Cf. Lowndes, vol. 4, p. 1803.
Signatures: ã⁴ A-2E⁸ 2F⁸(-2F8).
Of two editions which have line for line settings of the same text, this edition has the word "more" in line 2, p. 81. Cf. Allison & Rogers.
Pages 156 and 288 misnumbered 158 and 388 respectively.
Typographical ornament on t.p.; head-pieces; initials and printed marginalia.
Bound by "Riviere & Son."
Bookplate of Albert Ehrman.
|Description:||, 461,  p. ; 15 cm (8vo)|
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