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Leviathan, or, The matter, forme, & power of a common-wealth ecclesiasticall and civill / by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury
Bib ID 1049921
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679, author
 
Description London : Printed for Andrew Crooke at the Green Dragon in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1651 
[6], 387 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : illustrated ; 28 cm. (fol.) 
Notes

Bookplate: James Brodie of Brodie Esq.

With manuscript verses on the fly leaves, signed by R.H. 1651, and with other MS notes on the last leaf and in the margins. Could it be Robert Herrick?

Cited In

Wing, H2246

Subjects Political science -- Early works to 1800.  |  State, The -- Early works to 1800.
Also Titled

Hobbes Leviathon

Exhibited Exhibited: "Treasures Gallery", National Library of Australia, 7 October 2011-15 December 2012 

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