1649 1st ed English Civil War Puritans Royalists History of Troubles in Great Britain Catholic
A rare, first edition account of the history of the English Civil War in Great Britain from 1633-1646, during the reign of Charles I. This French edition exposes the Royalist opposition and the Oliver Cromwell led Puritans. This book is organized in a chronological format, going year by year through the events of the Civil War.
Robert Monteth was a 17th-century Scottish scholar who converted to Catholicism and moved to Paris where he became close with Cardinal Richelieu. He wrote his historical reviews of Great Britain with a Catholic and French perspective, focusing on religious and political issues.
Item number: #1441
MONTEITH, Robert de Salmonet
Histoire des troubles de la Grand' Bretagne
Paris: chez Antoine Vitre, M.DC.XLIX. . First edition.
•Collation complete with all pages: , 815
•Binding: Leather; tight & secure
•Size: ~10in X 7in (25cm x 18cm)
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