|Author||Howell, William, 1631 or 1632-1683. |
|Title||An institution of general history : being a compleat body thereof, from the beginning of the world till the monarchy of Constantine the Great : Wherein are described the several empires, and the contemporaries with them, all distinctly and by themselves, and yet linked together by synchronisms ; as also, the forms and models of governments, with the power and nature of their respective magistrates, customs, laws, and antiquities ; all in such unbroken order and method as yet never was extant ; With a table now added to the whole work / by William Howel, of Cambridge. |
|Published||London : Printed for Henry Herringman, 1662. |
|Description||, 881,  pages ; 30 cm |
|General Note||First edition. |
Signatures: A⁴-5T⁴, 5V²-6B², (4R² incorrectly signed 4Q²).
Pages 48, 58, 222, 503, 548, 691 incorrectly numbered 84, 56, 202, 403, 546, 666 respectively.
Includes publisher's advertisements.
From the library of C.K. Ogden.
|Bib. Note||Includes bibliographical references and index. |
|Cit./Ref. Note||References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H3137; ESTC, R36007. |
|Acq. Note Source||Gift of Charles O. Scott, 1898; 3672 |
|Subjects||Early works. |
History, Ancient -- Early works to 1800.
World history -- Early works to 1800.
|Other Authors||Herringman, Henry, -1704, bookseller. |
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: D 57 H859 Vault|
CA-1401006 c.1: Rare book room, LC class, restricted access [status: NON-CIRCULATING]