Another of the 'treasures' in my piles of stuff is a large, very old book. It appears to be the second edition of the famous 'Divisiekroniek', the Dutch national chronicle with its continuation to the year 1584. This was published in 1585. I suspect it is a rarity.
I strongly believe this book came over from Holland with my minister ancestor, Ulpianus VanSinderen, in 1746.
The title is:
I have scanned in a few of the seemingly more important pages. First we have the Title page and its verso and the very last page of the book.
These are certain pages scanned simply because they seem to be Chapter or Section headings.
These next eight pages are of special interest for their handwritten notes in the margins. I would be very grateful if anyone could translate them for me.
The following are the pages with the thirty-five woodcut portraits that appear in the book.