London: Printed for Philemon Stephens the younger, at the Kings-Arms, 1661. Marbled paper over boards with leather spine. Quarto. , 1-108, 1-96, 1-83,  pages. Bound in modern marbled paper over boards with leather spine with five raised bands. Gilt vertical rule to both boards, gilt ornaments and rules to spine, gilt lettering in red title blocks on spine, date stamped in gilt at heel of spine. Interior shows mild age toning, a few shallow edge chips, and some light soil to title page. Prior owner name penned at top margin of title page (dated 1869).
Controversial work by Anglican Bishop of Ossory, Griffith Williams, in which he identifies the Westminster Assembly of Divines as the "mystical soul" and the Long Parliament as the "visible body" of the Great Antichrist based on Biblical prophecy and what he sees as their combined role in the slaying of the "first two Witnesses of God"--King Charles I of England and William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury.
Williams was unable to find a printer willing to print his book until the Restoration of 1660. This copy was printed the next year. Title page printed in red and black.
Uncommon, with just 3 holdings of this imprint located by OCLC, none of which are in the U.S.