Detail View: LUNA: Folger Digital Image Collection: Englands Elizabeth: her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crowne.

Digital Image File Name: 
7742
Source Call Number: 
STC 13313 copy 1
Source Creator: 
Heywood, Thomas, d. 1641.
Source Title: 
Englands Elizabeth: her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crowne.
Source Created or Published: 
1631
Physical Description: 
title page and frontispiece
Digital Image Type: 
FSL collection
HAMNET CATALOG RECORD: 
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Creator (Hamnet): 
Heywood, Thomas, d. 1641.
Title (Hamnet): 
Englands Elizabeth: her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crowne. Historically laid open and interwouen with such eminent passages of state, as happened vnder the reigne of Henry the Eight, Edvvard the Sixt, Q. Mary; all of them aptly introducing to the present relation. By Tho: Heywood.
Place of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet): 
London :
Publisher (Hamnet): 
printed by Iohn Beale, for Philip Waterhouse; and are to be sold at his shop at St. Pauls head, neere London-stone,
Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet): 
1631.
Physical Description (Hamnet): 
[20], 234, [4] p. : port. ; 12⁰.
Subject (Hamnet): 
Annotations (Provenance) rbprov DFo
Subject (Hamnet): 
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603 -- Childhood and youth -- Early works to 1800.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Droeshout, Martin, b. 1601, engraver.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Harmsworth, R. Leicester Sir, (Robert Leicester), 1870-1937, former owner.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
I. S., fl. 1631-1638, artist.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Smedley, William T. (William Thomas), b. 1851, former owner.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Last two leaves (L10,L11) are blank.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Entered 26 April [1631].
Notes (Hamnet): 
Signatures: A¹²(-A1,2) B-K¹² L¹²(-L12).
Notes (Hamnet): 
With an engraved frontispiece (A3) signed "IS. inuent." and "Martin D. sculp" (i.e. Martin Droeshout).
Citations (Hamnet): 
STC (2nd ed.), 13313
Citations (Hamnet): 
ESTC (RLIN) S104056
HAMNET CATALOG RECORD: 
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Creator (Hamnet): 
Heywood, Thomas, d. 1641.
Title (Hamnet): 
Englands Elizabeth: her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crowne. Historically laid open and interwouen with such eminent passages of state, as happened vnder the reigne of Henry the Eight, Edvvard the Sixt, Q. Mary; all of them aptly introducing to the present relation. By Tho: Heywood.
Place of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet): 
London :
Publisher (Hamnet): 
printed by Iohn Beale, for Philip Waterhouse; and are to be sold at his shop at St. Pauls head, neere London-stone,
Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet): 
1631.
Physical Description (Hamnet): 
[20], 234, [4] p. : port. ; 12⁰.
Subject (Hamnet): 
Annotations (Provenance) rbprov DFo
Subject (Hamnet): 
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603 -- Childhood and youth -- Early works to 1800.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Droeshout, Martin, b. 1601, engraver.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Harmsworth, R. Leicester Sir, (Robert Leicester), 1870-1937, former owner.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
I. S., fl. 1631-1638, artist.
Associated Name (Hamnet): 
Smedley, William T. (William Thomas), b. 1851, former owner.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Last two leaves (L10,L11) are blank.
Notes (Hamnet): 
Entered 26 April [1631].
Notes (Hamnet): 
Signatures: A¹²(-A1,2) B-K¹² L¹²(-L12).
Notes (Hamnet): 
With an engraved frontispiece (A3) signed "IS. inuent." and "Martin D. sculp" (i.e. Martin Droeshout).
Citations (Hamnet): 
STC (2nd ed.), 13313
Citations (Hamnet): 
ESTC (RLIN) S104056
Folger Holdings Notes (Hamnet): 
cs337. Red goatskin binding, gold-tooled, with Tudor rose and crown in center and corners of covers; signed by Riviere & Son. Provenance: on t.p.: faint inscriptions, among which is 'F. Smith'; a stamp with crest (?) and initials 'S. W.'; Sotheby sale, 25 May 1905:389
Call Number (Hamnet): 
STC 13313 Copy 1
Folger Holdings Notes (Hamnet): 
cs337. Red goatskin binding, gold-tooled, with Tudor rose and crown in center and corners of covers; signed by Riviere & Son. Provenance: on t.p.: faint inscriptions, among which is 'F. Smith'; a stamp with crest (?) and initials 'S. W.'; Sotheby sale, 25 May 1905:389
Call Number (Hamnet): 
STC 13313 Copy 1