The True Mannor and Forme..Proceeding to the Funerall of the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Essex and Ewe...., who dyed at Essex House on Munday the 14 Septemb. 1646. first edition, woodcut frontispiece, minor repair to inner edge, double-page and 6 woodcut illustrations in text, [Wing T.2758A] Printed for Henry Seale, 1646; Two Proclamations by His Excellency Robert Earl of Essex, first edition, 8pp., [Wing E.3339] Printed for John Frank, 1642, modern half calf over marbled boards, red leather lettering labels, 4to., (2)
***Devereux had a stroke whilst hunting in Windsor Forest and died 4 days later in Essex House. He was the First Captain-General and Chief Commander of the Parliamentary Army.
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