A discouerie of the state of Ireland:
with the true causes why that Kingdom was neuer entirely subdued, nor brought vnder obedience of the crowne of England, vntill the beginning of His Maiesties most happie raigne.
|Main Creator:||Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626.|
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[London] Printed for Iohn Iaggard, 1613.
Printed by William Jaggard. Cf. E. E. Willoughby. A printer of Shakespeare, p. 241-242.
Woodcut headpiece and vignette incorporating royal arms on title page; woodcut headpiece on dedicatory leaf; initial. The title cuts appear also in Shirley's The coronation, 1640, printed by T. Cotes, who had been an apprentice under William Jaggard and bought the Jaggard business upon the death of William's son, Isaac. The initial appears identical with that used by Eliots Court printers, from Bynneman's stock, obtained from Reynard Wolfe; cf. Plomer. Eliots Court Press (in The Library, ser. 4, v. 3,
no. 3) p. 205. no. 15.
Errors in pagination: p. 52, 53, 56, 57, 139, 142, 143, 146, 236 numbered 54, 51, 58, 55, 143, 146, 147, 150, and 220 respectively; 187-188 omitted in numbering.
Signatures: Ap4s B-Nnp4s Oop2s(Ab1s blank except for signatures mark, lacking)
A reissue with cancel title of the work first published, 1612, under title: A discouerie of the true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely subdued.
"Errata": p.  (i.e. 286)
Physical description: 2 p.L., 287 (i.e. 285),  p. 19 cm.
Citations/References: STC no. 6369 (variant)
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