Livre Sans Nom. Divise en Cinq Dialogues.
Lyon : Chez Antoine Boudet, rue Merciere. 1695. 12mo, a6, A-I12, T12, L-O12, Ff6, [xii], 1-345,  pp, contemporary French mottled calf, 2-line blindstamped fillet borders, fully gilt spine, morocco label, edges stained red, corners slightly worn, otherwise sound.
A melange of gossip and anecdotes from the French theatre and “la vie galante” in Toulouse, Avignon, Montpellier as well as Italy and Spain.
The ‘privilege’ states that it was ceded to Michel Brunet (Libraire a Paris) who shared it with Hilaire Baritel of Lyon, who in turn shared it with “Sieur Plaignard, et audit Sieur Baudet[sic]”. All the 1695 editions are uncommon with only 3 copies from Lyons publishers located by CCFf, none of them by Antoine Boudet.
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