A review of the history of England, as far as it relates to the titles and pretensions of our several Kings, and their respective characters from the conquest to the revolution

Publication Date1722
RemainderWith an account of such of the transactions in each reign, as may tend to evince the justice, or partiality, of most historians in these particulars. Containing the form of deposing King Richard II. With the arguments then used for and against the deposing doctrine, and the proceedings in Parliament upon the Duke of York's claim to the crown against Henry VI. Taken from the original records. As also the steps whereby the revolution was effected, and the debates at large in the convention concerning the abdication and vacancy of the throne. By Mr. Salmon
PublisherPrinted for Charles Rivingtons at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard



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