Barcelona: Gibert y Tuto, 1789. Hardcover. 11p., bound in 8.2x5.7 inch red quarter-leather over pink marbled boards, perhaps early 20thC custom work. Spine-titled gilt, red is mildly faded and gilt is dim, casing generally a little edgeworn, endsheets and blanks are appropriate but "newer," pastedown bears a small shadow of a removed bookplate. The original text leaves are slightly rumpled and mildly toned and foxed; three sentences (on different pages) have been lightly underlined in pencil. A good copy.
Exclamatory sermon by member of the Capuchin order here speaking from the pulpit at Parma as its bishop on the recent French Revolution, delivering this pronunciamento three days after the French had nationalized Church property.