To continue my blogs on Jesuits writings on the occult and arcane, today I have a sammelband of two books by Petrus Thyraeus SJ. 682J Petrus Thyraeus (1546–1601) Daemoniaci, hoc est: De obsessis a spiritibus daemoniorum hominibus, liber unus: in... Continue Reading →
fifty early printed books (15th & 16th century) many Illustrated on many suprizing subjects !
FIRST : #749J. Nathan Parkhurst 1643-1707. The faithful and diligent Christian described and exemplified. Or, A sermon (with some additions,) preached at the funeral of the Lady Elizabeth Brooke, the relict of Sir Robert Brooke Kt. of Cockfield-Hall in Yoxford, Suffolk.... Continue Reading →
752J Darrell, John 1562- 1602 A detection of that sinnful, shamful, lying, and ridiculous discours, of Samuel Harshnet. entituled: A discouerie of the fravvdulent practises of Iohn Darrell wherein is manifestly and apparantly shewed in the eyes of the world. not only the... Continue Reading →
This Blog is inspired by the two book shows I did last month, these three books seemed to excite many university librarians and their students. One of the books, The Quintilian , prompted Sidney Berger to say: " I could... Continue Reading →