Les oeuvres de feu M. Claude Fauchet premier president en la Cour des monnoyes reveues et corrigees en ceste derniere edition... Le contenu de ce volume se trouvera au feuillet suivant.
Paris : Par David le Clerc, rue Frementel, au petit Corbeil, prez le puits Certain. 1610. Thick 4to, ff.  + 196 +  + 197-320 +  + 321-470 +  + 472-505 +  + 506-531 (verso paginated 532) +  + 533-591 + , general title in red and black, divisional titles all have, added to the Le Clerc imprint, “et Chez Jean de Heuqueville, rue S. Jaques, a la Paix” and the arms of Henri IV, 17th century calf imperceptibly rebacked, small piece of leather missing from lower corner of rear board, occasional minor foxing, early 2-line inscription “Ex bibliot... Chassebras... Sorbone” (should be decipherable to the expert) and another “Claudii Wolley Londini 1709” in ink on front pastedown, a sound copy.
Fauchet has the reputation of being an impartial and scrupulously accurate writer, and in his works are to be found important facts not easily accessible elsewhere. His works taken together form a history of antiquities of Gaul and of Merovingian and Carolingian France (1579, 1599, 1601, 1602), of the dignities and magistrates of France (1600), of the origin of the French language and poetry (1581), and of the liberties of the Gallican church. A collected edition in a single massive volume was published in 1610 [Wikipedia]
USTC 6017136 Brunet Ve. vol 2. col 1191
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