An Easy and Compendious Introduction for Reading all Sorts of Histories: Contrived in a More Facile Way Then Heretofore Hath Been Published, Out of the Papers of Mathias Prideaux, Master of Arts and Sometime Fellow of Exeter Colledge in Oxford.
Original brown leather with gilt lettering on spine. 5 3/4 X 7 1/2 inches. This is 4 books in 1. The first book titled "An Easy and Compendious Introduction for Reading all Sorts of History" written by Mathias Prideaux, copyright 1655. The second book is titled "Of Politicall [sic] History in General Deduced from Nimrod, According to the Source Monarchies, by a Continued Line of Succession to These Times," copyright 1653. The third book titled " Of The History of Successions In Stares, Counties or Families," copyright 1653. The fourth book is titled "A Synopsis of Counsels" by John Prideaux, copyright 1654. The joints are cracked with a bit of give, however they are strengthened and holding. A chip approx 3 X 1 inch is missing from back page. A previous owner wrote in black in the number 22 on the front edges of the pages. Corners are bumped. This beautiful copy is clean and complete. Binding is still strong. Bookseller Inventory # 017217
Title: An Easy and Compendious Introduction for ...
Publisher: Leonard Lichfield, Oxford
Publication Date: 1655
Book Condition: Very Good
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