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De redenen van vreese en hope in het midden van den tegenwoordigen oorlog, voor de inwoonderen van Nederland, aandagtiglij overwoogen : en daar in Gods voorledene, tegenwoordige en gehoopte toekoomende verlossing der kerke door de vertroosting der prophetische schriften, afgebakend en voorgesteld / door Johannes d'Outrein ...

Author/Creator:
Outrein, Johannes d', 1662-1722.
Publication:
Te Amsteldam : By Gerardus Borstius, boekverkoper ..., 1702.
Format/Description:
Book
[24], 259, [1] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
Fingerprint:
r-er l,rk inn, tedi (3) 1702 (A)
Subjects:
Hope -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800.
Spanish Succession, War of, 1701-1714 -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Netherlands Amsterdam.
Notes:
Signatures: *⁸ 2*² A-Q⁸ R².
Woodcut title ornament, initials and tail-piece.
Printed marginalia.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries Tanis Collection copy bound with: Outrein, Johannes d'. Eben-haëzer, ofte, De gedenksteen der hulpe van Jehovah. Te Amsteldam : By Gerardus Borstius, boekverkoper ..., 1702. -- Outrein, Johannes d'. Gods betuiging tegen Israel. Te Amsteldam : By Gerardus Borstius, boekverkoper ..., 1704 -- Outrein, Johannes d'. Het slot van Deborahs triomf-lied, Rigt. V: 31. toegepast op de overwinningen der bondgenooten, insoderheid in den veldslag by Hochstedt, in den jare MDCCIV. ... Te Dordrecht : Gedrukt by Joannes van Braam, boekverkooper ..., 1705.
Penn Libraries Tanis Collection copy imperfect: gathering 2* wanting (photoreproduction of leaves *8v-A1r laid in in their place).
Tanis Collection copy acquired for the Penn Libraries from James Tanis.
Penn Libraries copy has stamp ("D.P. BOERSMA v.o.m. Weverstraat 5a ARNHEM - HOLLAND") of Douwe P. Boersma in faded blue in on verso of title leaf and partially effaced on each board and his bookplate ("PRIVATE LIBRARY OF Douwe P. Boersma.") with ms. shelf-mark and other information (including date of acquisition and price) on front pastedown.
Penn Libraries Tanis Collection copy bound in paper boards; all edges speckled red.
Penn Libraries Tanis Collection copy: binding largely detached from textblock; some gatherings loose; leaves of gathering * damaged at head inner corner; wormhole in head inner corner of leaves A1-A4; some leaves at beginning of volume dampstained.
Penn Provenance:
Tanis, James, 1928- (former owner)
Boersma, Douwe P. (bookplate) (stamp)
Penn Chronology:
1702
Contributor:
Borstius, Gerardus, approximately 1650-1707, bookseller.
James Tanis Collection of Dutch and German Theology and History (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
875735813
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