The Hague, 1665. 30,pp. Small quarto. Modern half calf and marbled boards, vellum corners. Trimmed close, else very good. A variant edition, not in EUROPEAN AMERICANA. "This memorial was written for the purpose of convincing the King of France that in the war with England, England was the aggressor, and on pp.29-32 contains details respecting the Dutch title to New Netherland, for the purpose of proving that Charles II had no right to occupy the country" - Maggs. Much of the rest of the pamphlet deals with disputes with the British in Gambia and attacks on the unscrupulous British ambassador, George Downing. MAGGS BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA 2784. BELL N145. SABIN 20784. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 665/142. ASHER 345. (Inventory #: WRCAM48691)
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