MEMOIRS OF THE PROTECTORAL-HOUSE OF CROMWELL; deduced from an early period, and continued down to the present time; and, also the Families allied to or descended from them: collected chiefly from Original Papers and Records, Taken from Public Offices, &c. or communicated by several Persons, many of whom are of the highest Rank.
London.G.G.J. and J. Robinson. 1787. The First Volume contains Proofs and Illustrations; together with an Appendix; as also the Lives of such Persons as were distinguished by the Cromwells, by Honours and Great Employments. Embellished with Elegant Engravings. The Third edition, with Improvements. [Vol's I and II]. Vol I: Frontispiece with engraved portrait, xxxi, , 2 - 448 pp. 5 engravings and fold out tables. 8vo. [Vol II]; Engraved frontispiece, vii, ,  - 464 pp. two fold-out tables. Original full calf with gilt panelling, bands and green title label. Marbled endpapers. Vol I: front hinge split at spine; chip to spine with no loss of leather; stains to upper panel lower corner; small tear to margin of one fold-out with no loss. Vol II: Upper panel cracking at hinges and chips to leather at outer edge; bookplate on front end paste down both volumes; text clean in both volumes; binding in need of restoration.The book plate is of James P Lind. M. D. a known collector of eighteenth century books.