A chronological history of England

Publication Date1714
Remainderor, an impartial abstract of the most remarkable transactions, and the most considerable publick occurrences, both civil and military, domestick and foreign, that have happen'd in the several kings reigns, since the first attempt by Julius Csar, upon this southern-part of Great-Britain, down to the end of Queen Anne's reign. Being a history of bare matters of fact, with the series of affairs in their proper order, carefully and faithfully collected from the best and most authentick authors, without the least reflections or remarks throughout the whole work. By John Pointer, M.A. Chaplain of Merton College in Oxford, and Rector of Slapton in Northampton-Shire
Extent2v.([10],767,[73]p.)
LocationOxford
Publisherprinted by Leon. Litchfield, for Bernard Lintott at the Cross-Keys, between the two Temple-Gates in Fleet-Street, London

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