The Illustrious and Renowned HISTORY OF THE SEVEN CHAMPIONS OF CHRISTENDOM. In Three Parts. Containing their Honourable Births, Victories, and Noble Achievements by Sea and Land, in divers strange Countries: Their Combats with giants, Monsters, &c. Wonderful Adventures, Fortunes and Misfortunes, in Desarts, Wildernesses, and Inchanted Castles: Their Conquests of Empires and Kingdoms, relieving distressed Ladies, with their faithful Love to them: The Honour they won in Tilts and Tournaments, and Success against the Enemies of Christendom. Also, with Heroic Adventures of St, George's Three Sons. And the Manner of their Untimely Deaths: Also how they came to be stiled Saints, and Champions of Christendom. The Tenth Edition.
London: L. Hawes, and Comp, 1775. 156 pages. Recto of frontis is a book-list; wood-engraved frontispiece, and 39 wood-engravings within the text, of which many are repeats. Original hessian-covered boards. 12mo. Small piece list from fore-edge of title with slight loss of final letters there and on the verso; head and heel of spine worn; ownership details on endpaper; else very good.