Delights for the ingenious

Publication Date1684
Remainderin above fifty select and choice emblems, divine and moral, ancient and modern. Curiously ingraven upon copper plates· With fifty delightful poems and lots for the more lively illustration of each emblem, whereby instruction and good counsel may be promoted and furthered by an honest and pleasant recreation. To which is prefixed an incomparable poem, entituled Majesty in misery, or an imploration to the King of Kings. Written by His late Majesty K. Charles the First, with his own hand, during his captivity in Carisbrook Castle, in the Isl of Wight, 1648. With an emblem. Collected by R.B. author of the History of the wars of England, Remarks of London, and Admirable curiosities, &c
Extent[24], 207, [9] p.
Publisherprinted for Nath. Crouch, at his shop at the sign of the Bell in the Poultry


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