Dublin: Printed for Patrick Dugan, 1719-20 . The Dublin Edition. The Dublin edition, issued in the same year as the English edition. As proclaimed opposite the title page, “[t]his edition is much more correct than that of London, having been compared with two Manuscripts...” Clarendon’s account of the events in Ireland after the death of Charles I, a single volume addition to his popular History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, which had previously circulated (and was plagiarized) in manuscript only. Gillespie & Hadfield, III: Oxford History of the Irish Book, pg. 268.
8vo. , 217pp., [1, ad]. ESTC T53950; Bradshaw 992. Scarce in commerce. Period paneled sheep with large scuffs, chips and some tears, otherwise very good with contents clean and only mild instances of light foxing or staining, early ink initial to title. Item #196