12mo, pp. [ii], 141, . Contemporary sprinkled sheep, boards ruled in blind. Toned and spotted, title-page a bit chipped at edges, one or two other leaves with marginal chips or paper flaws. Rebacked with dark calf, corners slightly worn.
A rare little volume: ESTC locates copies in just the BL, Marsh's Library, and the Bodleian in the UK, plus the Folger, Huntington, and the University of New South Wales outside. This appears to be the sole printing of the text, which praises Charles V's military prowess and criticises his treatment by the French; the second half is a dialogue between the spirit of the Duke of Lorraine and a Reverend who conjures him up during a hunting party.