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The Vale-royall of England: or, The county palatine of Chester illustrated. 1 edition

The Vale-royall of England
Daniel King

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The Vale-royall of England
or, The county palatine of Chester illustrated.
Wherein is contained a geographical and historical description of that famous county ... adorned with maps and prospects, and the coats of arms belonging to every individual family of the whole county. Performed by William Smith, and William Webb, gentlemen. Pub. by Mr. Daniel King. To which is annexed, An exact chronology of all its rulers and governors both in church and state from the time of the foundation of the stately city of Chester, to this very day ... Also, An excellent discourse of the Island of Man ...

Published 1656 by Printed by J. Streater in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Added t.-p., engr., has title: A disciption historicall & geographicall of the covntie palatine of Chester ...
The "Chronicon cestrense" has separate paging; dedication is signed: Samuel Lee.
"A short treatise of the Isle of Man, digested into six chapters ..." has special t.-p. and paging; its "Epistle dedicatory" is signed: James Chaloner.

Genre
Early works to 1800.

Classifications

Library of Congress
DA670.C6 K5 1656

The Physical Object

Pagination
6 p. l., 99, [5], 239, [10], 55 p., 3 p. l., 34 p.
Number of pages
239

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6575459M
LC Control Number
15007446
OCLC/WorldCat
4207380

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