Handy-book of Rules and Tables for Verifying Dates with the Christian Era: Giving an Account of the Chief Eras, and Systems Used by Various Nations, with Easy Methods for Determining the Corresponding Dates; with Regnal Years of English Sovereigns from the Norman Conquest to the Present Time, A.D. 1066 to 1874
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