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"An institution of general history, or, The history of the world being a complete body thereof, from the beginning of the world till the monarchy of Constantine the Great"
History of the ecclesiastical affairs of the world.
History of the world.
Howell, William, 1631 or 2-1683.
[Edition statement: ] The second edition with large additions.
Each part has separate t.p. and pagination.
Includes: An institution of general history, or, The history of the world: the second part--London: Printed for Thomas Bassett ... William Crook ... and William Cademan ..., 1680 -- An institution of general history, or, The history of the world: the third part--London: Printed for the Authour's widow, by Miles Flesher, MDCLXXXV  -- An institution of general history, or, The history of the ecclesiastical affairs of the world: contemporary with the second part--London: Printed for the Authors widdow, by Miles Flesher, 1685 -- An institution of general history, or, The history of the world: the fourth part--London: Printed for the Author's widow, by Miles Flesher, MDCLXXXV .
"An institution of general history, or, The history of the ecclesiastical affairs of the world" is identified as part of Wing H3138 and also identified separately as Wing M3139; this item can be found as part of Wing H3138 on reel 984:7, and was also filmed separately on reel 919:19 and together with the third and fourth parts on reel 1310:10.
2 v. (, 960, , , 727, ; , 518, , , 208, , , 464,  p.)
London: Printed for Henry Herringman, Thomas Bassett ... William Crook ... and William Cademan ...,
Wing / H3139
Wing / H3138
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