These Memoirs, first published in 1806, show the determination of Lucy Hutchinson (1620-1681) to justify the stance of her husband Colonel John Hutchinson. In 1649 he had signed the death warrant of Charles I and went on to serve on the Council of State, but, after becoming disillusioned with Cromwell, was arrested and died in prison. Hutchinson ...
These Memoirs, first published in 1806, show the determination of Lucy Hutchinson (1620-1681) to justify the stance of her husband Colonel John Hutchinson. In 1649 he had signed the death warrant of Charles I and went on to serve on the Council of State, but, after becoming disillusioned with Cromwell, was arrested and died in prison. Hutchinson turned her journal of the war years into a memoir, portraying her husband as a gentleman who stood by his convictions and whose allegiance to the Puritan cause was noble. The work is a significant document for the social history of the English Civil War period. It shows the author as a highly educated and accomplished woman who wrote poetry and religious works as well as translating Latin at a time when most women remained in the private sphere. For more information on this author, see ...
Good. No dustjacket. This book is in generally good condition, but has some faults. Tanned pages. No dustjacket. Former owner's name written on the flyleaf. Faded spine. Sound binding and clean pages. 392 pages.
Good jacket. 1965 REPRINT Edition. Good in Good unclipped dust jacket; dj is rubbed and creased with light edgewear. Purple cloth boards, spine has slight lean. Previous owner's markings on the front endpage. NO markings in text, pages are hued from age. Sound binding. In solid reading condition. Pasadena's finest independent new and used bookstore.
Fair. Stated 5th edition; 523pp, size: 4-3/4 x 7in; with the 4 page Prospectus of Bohn's Standard Library in front of book; engraved frontis with tissue, dark green cloth blind embossed boards with gilt lettering on spine; rubbing to boards, some small tears to spine's and edges of boards; normal aging to interior pages, boards reattached; readable copy.
Illustrated with b/w Maps, Drawings. Good. No Dust Jacket. History/Biography. The memoirs of English Civil War Parliamentarian Colonel John Hutchinson, who served under King Charles I, annotated by his wife Lucy. Book condition: from 1904, the book has aged well; somewhat sun-faded at the spine, minor dappling to page edges, but overall in attractive, sturdy and intact condition.
Governor Of Nottingham Castle And Town. Backstrip hubbed. Covers marked and edgeworn. Bookplate mark inside front cover. Edge of pageblock and endpapers marbled. Pages cut. Text in good condition. This book has hardback covers. Ex-library, With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket., 650grams, ISBN:
Very Good with no dust jacket. Kegan Paul 1904; Text good to very good, with illustrations, gilt top edge, bound in decorated brown cloth-small wear to top of spine-no dust jacket; B&W Illustrations; 486 pages.
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