Book/Printed Material Le miroir de la cruelle, & horrible tyrannie espagnole perpetree au Pays Bas, par le tyran duc de Albe, & aultres co[m]mandeurs de par le roy Philippe le deuxiesme : on a adjoinct la deuxiesme partie de les tyrannies commises aux Indes occidentales par les Espagnols. Miroir de la cruelle, et horrible tyrannie espagnole perpetree au Pays Bas / Miroir de la tyrannie espagnole perpetree aux Indes Occidentales : on verra icy la cruaute plus que inhumaine, commise par les Espagnols, aussi la description de ces terres, peuples, et leur nature

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Title
Le miroir de la cruelle, & horrible tyrannie espagnole perpetree au Pays Bas, par le tyran duc de Albe, & aultres co[m]mandeurs de par le roy Philippe le deuxiesme : on a adjoinct la deuxiesme partie de les tyrannies commises aux Indes occidentales par les Espagnols.
Other Title
Miroir de la cruelle, et horrible tyrannie espagnole perpetree au Pays Bas
Miroir de la tyrannie espagnole perpetree aux Indes Occidentales : on verra icy la cruaute plus que inhumaine, commise par les Espagnols, aussi la description de ces terres, peuples, et leur nature
Contributor Names
Cloppenburch, Jan Evertsz. (Jan Evertszoon), 1571-1648.
Vinckeboons, David, 1576-1629, engraver.
Lons, Dirck Eversen, approximately 1599- engraver.
Gysius, Johannes, -1652.
Casas, Bartolomé de las, 1484-1566.
Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
tot Amsterdam : ghedruckt by Ian Evertss. Cloppenburg, op't Water tegen over de Koor[n]-Beurs in [de] vergulden Bijbel., 1620.
Subject Headings
-  Inquisition--Netherlands
-  Netherlands--History--Eighty Years' War, 1568-1648
-  Indians, Treatment of--Latin America--Early works to 1800
-  Spain--Colonies--America--Early works to 1800
-  Netherlands--Amsterdam
Notes
-  The first piece is an "abridgement of Gysius' "Netherland disturbances" (cf. Sabin 11256, note) first published anonymously in 1616 with title: Oorsprong en voortgang der Nederlandtscher beroerten. Issued by Cloppenburch, to whom the work has been wrongly attributed, as supplementary to his editions of the piece by Bartolomé de las Casas.
-  Two volumes in one: the two parts should not be separated although each has its own title page and pagination--Palau y Dulcet.
-  Title printed within engraved historiated border signed DVB [David Vinckeboons] in[cidit], DEL [Dirck Eversen Lons] fe[cit]. Same border and illustrations as in the Dutch edition of 1620.
-  Publication statement is part of the engraved border on t.p.: same border and publication statement for both titles in this edition.
-  Illustrations are etchings after De Bry.
-  Signatures: (:)⁴ A-Y⁴ (E3 missigned E in some copies); A-R⁴ (C2 missigned A2).
-  Leaf 88 (2nd group) misfoliated 87. Leaves 39 and 52 (3rd group) misfoliated 38 and 25.
-  Alden, J.E. European Americana, 620/37 and 620/74.
-  JCB lib. cat., pre-1675, 2:146.
-  Palau y Dulcet (2d. ed.) vol. 9, p. 389, item 172663; vol. 3, p. 247, item 46962 ff.
-  Sabin vol. 3, p. 398, item 11270
-  Listed in Maggs Bros. catalog no. 479 (1926), item 4150, for £25.
-  Includes, with same imprint, on 68 leaves (i.e. 136 p.) at end: Le miroir de la tyrannie espagnole perpetree aux Indes Occidentales : on verra icy la cruaute plus que inhumaine, commise par les Espagnols, ausi la dscription de ces terres, peuples, et leur nature. Mise en lumiere par un Evesque Bartholome de las Casas, de l'Ordre de S. Dominic. Nouvellement refaicte, avec les figurs en cuyvre.
-  LC Copy 1 has leaves 17-18 (sig. E1-2, 2nd group) misbound after leaf 20. Leaf 27 (3rd group, signed G3) repaired with some loss of paper and text. Has ink stamp: Library of Congress, City of Washington, 1867.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  Kislak accession no.: 1986.010.00.0001
-  RLIN gave erroneous LCCN: 01020320. vj34
Medium
[4], 87 [i.e. 88], 68 leaves [i.e. a total of 160 p.] : [37] ill., ports. ; 20 cm. (4to)
Call Number/Physical Location
DH187 .C6
DH187 .C6 Copy 2. Trimmed to 19 cm. in rebinding with some shaving of marginal notes. Incomplete: Leaf 1 (2nd group) repaired with minimal loss of text; leaves 18, 19, 66, and 67 (2nd group) and 68 (3rd group) wanting.
DH187 .C6 Copy 3. Title of part 2 (Bartolomé de las Casas) printed off center within border. Leaf E3 signed correctly. In sprinkled calf binding with red leather labels and gold tooling on spine; 20 cm. Provenance: Gift of Jay I. Kislak Foundation.
Repository
Library of Congress Rare Book and Special Collections Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA dcu
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/kislak.84207.1
Library of Congress Control Number
2006584207
Description
The first piece is an "abridgement of Gysius' "Netherland disturbances" (cf. Sabin 11256, note) first published anonymously in 1616 with title: Oorsprong en voortgang der Nederlandtscher beroerten. Issued by Cloppenburch, to whom the work has been wrongly attributed, as supplementary to his editions of the piece by Bartolomé de las Casas. Two volumes in one: the two parts should not be separated although each has its own title page and pagination--Palau y Dulcet. Title printed within engraved historiated border signed DVB [David Vinckeboons] in[cidit], DEL [Dirck Eversen Lons] fe[cit]. Same border and illustrations as in the Dutch edition of 1620. Publication statement is part of the engraved border on t.p.: same border and publication statement for both titles in this edition. Illustrations are etchings after De Bry. Signatures: (:)⁴ A-Y⁴ (E3 missigned E in some copies); A-R⁴ (C2 missigned A2). Leaf 88 (2nd group) misfoliated 87. Leaves 39 and 52 (3rd group) misfoliated 38 and 25. Alden, J.E. European Americana, 620/37 and 620/74. JCB lib. cat., pre-1675, 2:146. Palau y Dulcet (2d. ed.) vol. 9, p. 389, item 172663; vol. 3, p. 247, item 46962 ff. Sabin vol. 3, p. 398, item 11270 Listed in Maggs Bros. catalog no. 479 (1926), item 4150, for £25. Includes, with same imprint, on 68 leaves (i.e. 136 p.) at end: Le miroir de la tyrannie espagnole perpetree aux Indes Occidentales : on verra icy la cruaute plus que inhumaine, commise par les Espagnols, ausi la dscription de ces terres, peuples, et leur nature. Mise en lumiere par un Evesque Bartholome de las Casas, de l'Ordre de S. Dominic. Nouvellement refaicte, avec les figurs en cuyvre. LC Copy 1 has leaves 17-18 (sig. E1-2, 2nd group) misbound after leaf 20. Leaf 27 (3rd group, signed G3) repaired with some loss of paper and text. Has ink stamp: Library of Congress, City of Washington, 1867. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Kislak accession no.: 1986.010.00.0001 RLIN gave erroneous LCCN: 01020320. vj34
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Cloppenburch, Jan Evertsz, David Vinckeboons, Dirck Eversen Lons, Johannes Gysius, Bartolomé De Las Casas, and Jay I. Kislak Collection. Le miroir de la cruelle, & horrible tyrannie espagnole perpetree au Pays Bas, par le tyran duc de Albe, & aultres commandeurs de par le roy Philippe le deuxiesme: on a adjoinct la deuxiesme partie de les tyrannies commises aux Indes occidentales par les Espagnols. [tot Amsterdam: ghedruckt by Ian Evertss. Cloppenburg, op't Water tegen over de Koorn-Beurs in de vergulden Bijbel, 1620] Web.. https://www.loc.gov/item/2006584207/.

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Cloppenburch, J. E., Vinckeboons, D., Lons, D. E., Gysius, J., Casas, B. D. L. & Jay I. Kislak Collection. (1620) Le miroir de la cruelle, & horrible tyrannie espagnole perpetree au Pays Bas, par le tyran duc de Albe, & aultres commandeurs de par le roy Philippe le deuxiesme: on a adjoinct la deuxiesme partie de les tyrannies commises aux Indes occidentales par les Espagnols. [tot Amsterdam: ghedruckt by Ian Evertss. Cloppenburg, op't Water tegen over de Koorn-Beurs in de vergulden Bijbel] [Web.] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2006584207/.

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Cloppenburch, Jan Evertsz, et al. Le miroir de la cruelle, & horrible tyrannie espagnole perpetree au Pays Bas, par le tyran duc de Albe, & aultres commandeurs de par le roy Philippe le deuxiesme: on a adjoinct la deuxiesme partie de les tyrannies commises aux Indes occidentales par les Espagnols. [tot Amsterdam: ghedruckt by Ian Evertss. Cloppenburg, op't Water tegen over de Koorn-Beurs in de vergulden Bijbel, 1620] Web.. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2006584207/>.