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JAMES TYRRELL
GENERAL HISTORY ENGLAND TO REIGN OF HIS PRESENT MAJESTY KING WILLIAM 5 VOLS RARE
London: 1696. THE GENERAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND AS WELL ECCLESIASTICAL AS CIVIL FROM THE EARLIEST ACCOUNTS OF TIME, TO THE REIGN OF HIS PRESENT MAJESTY KING WILLIAM. TAKEN FROM THE MOST ANTIENT RECORDS, MANUSCRIPTS, AND HISTORIANS. CONTAINING THE LIVES OF THE KINGS, AND MEMORIALS OF THE MOST EMINENT PERSONS BOTH IN CHURCH AND STATE: WITH THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE NOTED MONASTERIES, AND BOTH THE UNIVERSITIES IN FIVE VOLUMES BY JAMES TYRRELL PRINTED FOR HENRY RHODES IN FLEET STREET, JOHN DUNTON IN JEWEN STREET, JOHN SALUSBURY IN CORNHIL, AND JOHN HARRIS IN LITTLE-BRITAIN LONDON 1696 cxxxvi, 355, 116, xci, index,pp. VOL 2 (IN 2 VOLS) FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE REIGN OF KING WILLIAM I (COMMONLY CALLED THE CONQUEROR) TO THE END OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY THE THIRD PRINTED FOR W. ROGERS AT THE SUN IN FLEET STREET, ROBERT KNAPLOCK AT THE ANGEL IN ST.PAULS CHURCHYARD, ANDREW BELL AT THE CROSS-KEYS AND BIBLE IN CORNHILL, AND THOMAS COCKERILL AT THE THREE LEGS AND BIBLE OVER AGAINST GROCERS-HALL IN THE POULTREY LONDON 1700. cxxxv, 582pp. 701-1120pp, 36pp, index. VOL 3 (IN 2 VOLS) CONTAINING THE REIGNS OF EDWARD I, II, III, AND RICHARD II AS ALSO AN APPENDIX, REPRESENTING THE MOST MATERIAL ARGUMENTS AND AUTHORITIES, FOR AND AGAINST THE ANTIQUITY OF THE COMMONS SUMMONED TO PARLIAMENT BEFORE THE 49TH OF HENRY III. PRINTED FOR W. ROGERS IN FLEET STREET; J. TAYLOR IN ST.PAULS CHURCHYARD; J. NICHOLSON, IN LITTLE-BRITAIN; AND A. BELL IN CORNHILL, LONDON 1704. xxiv, 813pp. 827-1058. Index, 220pp appendix, index to appendix. Five large folio volumes bound in library cloth with a few minor scratches. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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