Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
By John Ogilby.
The Holy Bible containing the bookes of the Old & New Testament.[Second part of the Holy Bible][New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ][Apocrypha]Cambridge : printed by John Field printer to the Vniversitie. And illustrated wth. chorographical sculps by J: Ogilby, 1660.
fo., , 680, , 681-1103, , 258, ; , 338 p.,  leaves of plates. The title page is engraved and signed: Diepenbeeck. deline. P. Lombart. sculpsit; "The second part of the Holy Bible" has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. "Apocrypha" (caption title) begins new pagination on a1r. "The Nevv Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ" has separate pagination and register, and title page dated 1659. Leaf y4 is blank.
A reissue, with cancel general title page, of the 1659 edition printed by John Field (Wing B2255).Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), B2258, Darlow & Moule, 668 No copy in the PL
See also for an extended discussion, includes reproduction of one plate:-http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/gatt/catalog.php
The royal proclamation promoting the work:
Charles Rex. Most reverend, and right-reverend fathers in God; and trusty, and well-beloved: we greet you well. Whereas a very fair English Bible, printed at Cambridg, exact, and correct according to our royal-grandfather’s translation, hath been (lately) published, and adorn’d by John Ogilby, ...Given at our court, at White-Hall, the twenty fourth day of October, in the twelfth year of our reign, 1660." [London: s.n., 1660]
fo., 1 p. At foot of sheet: "In pursuance of his Majestie’s desires, the Bible above-mentioned was viewed, and taken into consideration, by the most reverend fathers in God, ... This Bible is to be had (either with the common prayer and sculptures, or without, in quires, or bound) at Mr. John Cade’s Stationer, at the Globe in Cornhill; at Mr. Samuel Mearn’s (His Majestie’s bookbinder) in Little Britain; at Mr. Will. Notts book-binder betwixt the two north dores of St. Pauls; and at Mr. Jacob Blome’s in Knight-rider Street."
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), C3187B -- reports title as " ... Whereas every fair English Bible"
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