The English Historical Library: In Three Parts. Giving a Short View and Character of Most of Our Historians Either in Print Or Manuscript: with an Account of Our Records, Law-books, Coins, and Other Matters Serviceable to the Undertakers of a General History of England. The Second Edition Corrected and Augmented
Timothy Childe at the White-Hart: and Robert Knaplock at the Bishop's-Head, in St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1714 - Historians - 266 pages
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