Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Folger Shakespeare Library Digital Image Collection
Image Title:
The wonders of this windie winter. London, 1613
Source Title:
The vvonders of this windie winter. By terrible stormes and tempests, to the losse of liues and goods of many thousands of men, women and children...
Source Created or Published:
[1613]
Physical Description:
title page
Source Call Number:
STC 25949
Digital Image File Name:
16730
Digital Image Type:
FSL collection
Hamnet Bib ID:
159824
Hamnet Holdings ID:
151860
HAMNET CATALOG RECORD:
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Title (Hamnet):
Lamentable reports, of this windie winter
Title (Hamnet):
The vvonders of this windie winter. By terrible stormes and tempests, to the losse of liues and goods of many thousands of men, women and children. The like by sea and land, hath not beene seene, nor heard of in this age or the world.
Title (Hamnet):
Wonders of this windie winter
Place of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet):
London :
Creator or Publisher (Hamnet):
Printed by G. Eld for Iohn Wright, and are to bee sold at his shop in Christ-Church dore,
Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet):
[1613]
Physical Description (Hamnet):
[20] p. ; 4⁰.
Folger Holdings Notes (Hamnet):
212052. Imperfect: t.p. cropped, affecting imprint. B4 torn, affecting text. Red goatskin binding by Elizabeth Greenhill. Provenance: collated [at Quaritch?] by F. W.; bought by the Folger at Sotheby's sale, Nov. 1926, lot 3280
Notes (Hamnet):
A variant of the edition with imprint "London. Printed for Ioseph Hunt and are to be sold by Iohn Wright, at his shop neere Christ-Church dore. 1613.".
Notes (Hamnet):
Entered to T. Bushell and Wright 7 January [1613]
Notes (Hamnet):
Running title reads: Lamentable reports, of this windie winter.
Notes (Hamnet):
Signatures: A-C⁴.
Notes (Hamnet):
With woodcut title vignette.
Citations (Hamnet):
ESTC (RLIN) S103315
Citations (Hamnet):
STC (2nd ed.), 25949
Subject (Hamnet):
Storms -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Subject (Hamnet):
Winter storms -- Early works to 1800.
Call Number (Hamnet):
STC 25949

The vvonders of this windie winter. By terrible stormes and tempests, to the losse o…