A Paris: Par Jean Dallier Libraire demeurant sur le pont Sainct Michel, à l’enseigne de la Rose blanche, 1568. First(?) edition. Papered spine. ff. 24. A light water stain at the upper outer corner, affecting the second half. Tiny wormholes at the upper outer corner, affecting a few pages. Otherwise in fine condition.
Scarce Wars of Religion document, related to the negotiations leading to the Peace of Longjumeau. The Peace of Longjumeau marked the end of the brief second French Wars of Religion, signed by the Crown on 23 March 1568. During the negotiations Jean de Morvillier, Sebastien de l'Aubespine, François de Montmorency and Robertet d’Allaye represented the Crown, on the Huguenot party Odet de Coligny, Charles de Téligny, Gaspard II de Coligny and François de Coligny d’Andelot were delegated by Louis de Bourbon, Prince of Condé. The text was published by other French publishers and also appeared in Antwerp in the same year. USTC 79050.