Item #25715 The Ass: or, the Serpent. A Comparison between the Tribes of Issachar and Dan in their Regard for Civil Liberty Nov. 5, 1712. Thomas Bradbury.
The Ass: or, the Serpent. A Comparison between the Tribes of Issachar and Dan in their Regard for Civil Liberty Nov. 5, 1712
The Ass: or, the Serpent. A Comparison between the Tribes of Issachar and Dan in their Regard for Civil Liberty Nov. 5, 1712
The Ass: or, the Serpent. A Comparison between the Tribes of Issachar and Dan in their Regard for Civil Liberty Nov. 5, 1712

The Ass: or, the Serpent. A Comparison between the Tribes of Issachar and Dan in their Regard for Civil Liberty Nov. 5, 1712.

London: Printed for N. Cliff and D. Jackson and M. G, 1713.

First published in 1712. [2 pp. advertisements for works by the author on verso of title], 20 pp. [2 pages captioned “The Printer having a Blank Page thought it not amiss to Commemorate the Noble March of One of the most Victorious Generals for liberty Europe ever Had” with a poetical dialogue]. 1 vols. Sm. 12mo. Contemporary calf. Rebacked, joints starting, loose in binding, some spotting and discreet pencilled library markings, else a very good copy ESTC T162239. Item #25715

From the library of Field-Marshal Viscount Wolseley, with bookplate. Beside Field-Marshal Wolseley's numerous military feats he was the author of several works including “Narrative of the War with China in 1860,” “The Decline and Fall of Napoleon,” “The Life of John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough to the Accession of Queen Anne,” “The Story of a Soldier's Life” and the frequently reprinted “Soldiers' Pocket Book for Field Service.”
This 5th of November political sermon was reprinted in Boston, Mass in 1768.

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