A revised and updated version of
Abraham Kuyper: An Annotated Bibliography 1857-2010 by Tjitze Kuipers (2011)
You can buy a printed edition of this book on the site of the publisher.
The threefold warning (see 1881.04) is printed immediately after the title page. This martyrology was a republication with contemporary spelling of De Historie der martelaren [The history of martyrs] by Adriaan van Haemstede, published in Amsterdam in 1671 by the widow of Jan Jacobsz Schipper. Kuyper called this edition, which was corrected and updated by Johannes Gysius (c. 1583–1652), pastor in Ouddorp, “our true, trustworthy, Reformed book of martyrs.” The book contains the histories of martyrs who perished on account of their faith. The stories of approximately 1,600 martyrs are recounted in this edition. Of the approximately 150 copper engravings in the edition of 1671, eighty-two were copied for this new edition and reproduced (together with the stories that they depicted) on forty-one pages. These copies do not always reliably reproduce the original illustrations and do not live up to the standards of the seventeenth-century copper engravers. The lithographed illustration facing the title page was produced for this new edition; it depicts Matthew 16:18b in heroic fashion. The edition was published in twenty-one installments.
Many Dutch Calvinist families used to keep a book of martyrs next to the Dutch Authorized Version (1637) in their homes.