A GENUINE And IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT Of The REMARKABLE LIFE And VICISSITUDES Of FORTUNE Of CHARLES RATCLIFFE, ESQ;; Who was beheaded on Tower Hill, Monday December 8.1746. for High Treason, in being in the Rebellion in the Year 1715. Gerard. Ratcliffe Penrice, Horace - Former Owner, Charles - Subject. Walpole, 1693 - 1746, 1717 - 1797.
A GENUINE And IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT Of The REMARKABLE LIFE And VICISSITUDES Of FORTUNE Of CHARLES RATCLIFFE, ESQ;; Who was beheaded on Tower Hill, Monday December 8.1746. for High Treason, in being in the Rebellion in the Year 1715.
A GENUINE And IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT Of The REMARKABLE LIFE And VICISSITUDES Of FORTUNE Of CHARLES RATCLIFFE, ESQ;; Who was beheaded on Tower Hill, Monday December 8.1746. for High Treason, in being in the Rebellion in the Year 1715.

A GENUINE And IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT Of The REMARKABLE LIFE And VICISSITUDES Of FORTUNE Of CHARLES RATCLIFFE, ESQ;; Who was beheaded on Tower Hill, Monday December 8.1746. for High Treason, in being in the Rebellion in the Year 1715.

London: Printed for the Author, and may be had of all Booksellers in Town and Country, 1747. 1st Edition thus. [2], 182 pp. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/2". Period tan half-leather binding with marbled paper boards. Black leather spine label. Red edgestain. 1" piece of leather lacking at top of spine. Joints a bit tender. Evidence of bookplate removal to front paste-down, with circular Lord Orford booklabel affixed over. Age-toning & soiling to text paper. An About VG copy. Item #47460

From ESTC, we find this "an expanded version of the text earlier issued anonymously under various titles." A penciled note to the ffep states "From Lord Orford's collection of Jacobite pamphlets"

Price: $350.00