AuthorHowell, William, 1631 or 1632-1683.
TitleAn 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.
PublishedLondon : Printed for Henry Herringman, 1662.
Description[8], 881, [23] pages ; 30 cm
General NoteFirst 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 errata.
Includes publisher's advertisements.
From the library of C.K. Ogden.
Bib. NoteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Cit./Ref. NoteReferences: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H3137; ESTC, R36007.
Acq. Note SourceGift of Charles O. Scott, 1898; 3672
SubjectsEarly works.
History, Ancient.
History, Ancient -- Early works to 1800.
World history.
World history -- Early works to 1800.
Other AuthorsHerringman, 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]
[Record 96226]