Three belgic fables ; or hieroglyphique ridles, Londres : A. Moore, MDCCXXIX


Date de parution
1729

Three belgic fables ; or hieroglyphique ridles. Containing I. The fable of the crafty statesman and subtle cardinal. II. The Passive Goose. III. The - Bull-Dog and Tooth-Drawer.- Londres : A. Moore, MDCCXXIX [1729].- [8] p. : Illustrated with Proper cutts ; in-2.

Les deux premières "fables" sont dues à Robert Walpole et A. H. de Fleury.

RELIURE
Veau brun, encadrement d'un simple filet à chaud sur les plats dos à 5 nerfs, filets à chaud en pieds de nerfs.

PROVENANCE
Cette curieuse et amusante publication fait partie d'un important recueil factice de 26 "pamphlets" (en anglais le terme désigne simplement une petite publication) ayant appartenu à un certain Thomas Neville, qui a fait don de plusieurs livres au Collège des Jésuites Anglais de Saint-Omer comme l'indique l'ex-dono mentionné sur la page de titre : "Bib. Col. Angl. Soc. Jesu audomari 1736. Ex dono Dni Thoma Nevill"

C'est Probablement ce Thomas Neville qui a inscrit au dos de la garde volante contrecollée supérieure : "In this collection there are some of the best pamphletts that ever wa writt for understanding the true history of corruption ; and the im[m]ense profitt the Nation hath gained by the Revolution".
C'est également probablement ce même Nevill qui possédait le First Folio de Shakespeare conservé dans les collections de la BASO.

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- A Report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the state of the goals of this kingdom: relating to the Marshalsea Prison. Londres, R. Knaplock. 1729.
- A Report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the state of the goals of this kingdom: relating to the Fleet Prison. Londres, R. Knaplock. 1729.
- The true briton. Londres, T. Payne. n° 1 à 46 (3 jui - 13 déc.) 1723.
- The Weekly Journal Saturd's Post. Londres, N. Mist. n° 239, 268, 172 1722-1723.
- The Most important transactions of the sixth session of the forst Parliament of his Majesty King George II. Londres, W. James. 1732.
- The several reports of the committee of Secrecy to the honourable House of Commons, relating to the late South-Sea Directors, etcc. Londres, A. Moore. 1721.
- The Accompts of the several masters of the High Court of Chancery ; of the securities, effects, and cash, belonging to the suitors of that court... Londres, S. Buckley. 1725.
- The Report of the gentlemen appointed by the General courts of the charitbale corporation... Londres, A. Millard. 1732.
- A complete and entire collection of the lords protests during the last session of Parliament ; 1725. Londres, A. Moore. 1725.
- The protests of the lords in Parliament in 1729. Londres, A. Moore. 1729.
- The lords protest on the second rejecting of the pension bill... Londres, J. Jones. [1730].
- The lords protests in the last session of Parliament ; particularly touching the late horrid and detestable conspiracy... Londres, A. Moore. 1723.
- The lords protests in the last session of Parliament viz... Londres. 1730.
- The lords protest on the second rejecting of the pension bill... Londres, T. Reynaolds. 1730.
- The protests of the lords in Parliament in 1733. Londres, A. Moore. 1733.
- A Short history of the charitable corporation... Londres, A. Millar. 1732.
- Anno Regni Gerorge II regis magna Britannia, Francia, & Hibernia, Primo... Londres, John Baskett. 1716.
- The report to the honourable the House of Commons, of such of the Commissioners and Trustees... Londres, Jacob Tonson... 1719.
- The Speech of Francis late lord Bishop of Rochester, at the bar of the House of Lords... Londres, A. Moore. 1723.
- The Defence of Francis late lord Bishop of Rochester, at the bar of the House of Lords... Londres, Jonah Bowyer. 1723.
- The late lord Bishop of Rochester's vindication of Bishop Smallridge, Dr. Aldrich, and himself, from the svandalous reflections of oldmixion... Londres, J. Watson. 1731.
- Of the use of the riches, and epistle to the right honourable Allen lord Bathurst. Londres, Lawton Gilliver. 1732.

BIBLIOGRAPHIE

_ESTC Citation No. T50257.

Editeur
Moore, A. (1714?-1747) > imprimeur-libraire
Contributeur
Walpole, Robert (1676-1745) > Homme de lettres
Fleury, André Hercules, de (1653-1743) > Homme de lettres
Cote / N° Inv.
4749-4
Provenance
Collège des jésuites anglais (Saint-Omer)
Type
Livre ancien
Type de document
Imprimé ancien
Ex-libris
Estampe et gravure
Collection
Imprimés anciens > Livres après 1500
Lieu de conservation
Bibliothèque de l’Agglomération du Pays de Saint-Omer
Droits
Domaine public

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