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Eenvoudig en oprecht verhael, van 't gepasseerde des nachts tusschen den 15en. en 16en. mey, 1678, voorgevallen op de voor-poorte van den hove van Holland, ontrent den ingenieur, Beecke, by den selven hove gecondemneert omme des daegs daer aen met den swaerde geexcuteert te worden : ende den kranck-besoecker Jacobus Schuts, met, en ter presentie van eenige ledematen vande Gereformeerde Kerke alhier.

Publication:
[S.l. : s.n.], Gedruckt in 't jaer MDCLXXVIII [1678]
Format/Description:
Book
24 p. ; 22 cm. (4to)
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Fingerprint:
any: t.te erds Pabe (3) 1678 (R)
Subjects:
Schuts, Jacobus.
Labadists -- Early works to 1800.
Reformed Church -- Netherlands -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800.
Notes:
In the form of a dialog between a patient and a speaker who tries to convince the former of the sickness of his soul. The "patient" is one Beecke, condemned to execution for manslaughter. The speaker is one Jacobus Schuts, who, in Knuttel 11642, is accused of Labadist sentiments.
Signatures: A-C⁴.
Woodcut title ornament, initials and head-piece.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries Tanis Collection copy has a few early ms. underlines and marginal marks in brown ink in text.
Tanis Collection copy acquired for the Penn Libraries from James Tanis.
Penn Libraries Tanis Collection copy bound in modern gray marbled paper wrapper; edges untrimmed.
Penn Libraries Tanis Collection copy has paper sheet with photoreproduction of bookseller's typescript description of this copy (with ms. notes in head margin) laid in.
Penn Provenance:
Tanis, James, 1928- (former owner)
Penn Chronology:
1678
Cited in:
Knuttel 11641
Contributor:
James Tanis Collection of Dutch and German Theology and History (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
244129702