Document Type:
s.n. [Samuel Morland]
Standard: [Morland, Samuel]
A distinct and faithful Accompt of all the Receipts, disbursments, and remainder of the Moneys collected in England, VVales & Ireland, for the relief of the poor distressed Protestants in the valleys of Piemont. Together with a brief accompt of the present state of affairs in those parts; as well for the better satisfaction of all those who have already contributed, as for the encouragement of those who have yet been wanting toward so good and charitable a work. Printed and published by special order of His Highness and the Council.
Date of Publication:
Physical description/Number of edition:
In -f
Place of Publication:

Standard : [London]

Publisher/Printer name:
Printed by Hen. Hills and John Field, Printers to His Higness

Standard: [Hills, Henry]

[2] + 116 p.
Holdings Information:
Microfilm: Ann Arbor, Michigan, University Microfilms International (= London, British Library: Thomason Tracts; 160: E. 1073 [3].)
Collections for the Waldenses -England - 1655

Table of contents:

Includes An extract, or, abbreviate of the accompt delivered in to the  hands of the Right Honorable Commissioners for the valleys of Piemont,  by Samuel Morland. Cfr. Morland, The History, pp. 584-596.


Armand Hugon-Gonnet, Bibliografia Valdese (1953) n° 1577.

Annotation on Thomason copy: "May 16."

Page 4 gives responsiblity for the collections to Sir Thomas Viner [Vyner] and  Sir Christopher Parke.