Defoe, Daniel. A trumpet blown in the north, and sounded in the ears of John Eriskine ... ([London], 1716. First Edition).
Defoe, Daniel. A trumpet blown in the north, and sounded in the ears of John Eriskine, call'd by the men of the world, Duke of Mar. By a ministring friend of the people call'd Quakers. With a Word of Advice and Direction to the said John Eriskine, and his Followers. S. Keimer, [London], 1716. First Edition.
Binding: Hardcover (Three Quarter Leather). Book Condition: Very Good+ Condition. Size: 8"-9" - Octavo (8vo). 32 pages. Pp. 3-38, 1 l. 18 cm. (8vo.).
A beautifully preserved copy in an attractive binding of Defoe's "pseudo-Quaker rebuke to the Earl of Mar, the leader of the Jacobite rebels, making much of his violation of the Oath of Abjuration, pointing out the folly of his hopes of English support, and prophesying his defeat" (University of London Library-Senate House catalog note).
Indexed in ESTC Defoe t070860, Moore 330, Furbank and Owens. A critical bibliography of Daniel Defoe, no. 180, Smith, Anti-Quakeriana, p.35. Moore reports six copies, of which I could confirm four still in the collections. World Cat lists four more, for a total of eight library holdings of the first edition.
The publication information at the bottom of the title page is: "Sold by S. Keimer, at the Cheshire Coffee-house in King's Arms-Court on Ludgate-hill. MDCCXVI [for 1715]. Price 6 d." The one unnumbered leaf has two pages (recto and verso) of advertisements, including one for Keimer's newspaper, the London Post.
Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 0 lbs 8 oz. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Jacobite Rebellion; Britain/UK; 18th century; History. ISBN: No ISBN. Inventory No: 1153.
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