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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rapin de Thoyras, M.; N Tindal; Claude Du Bosc; Jacobus Houbraken; Anthony Van Dyke, Sir; Samuel Cooper; Godfrey Kneller; Peter Lely; Isaac Oliver; Hubert François Gravelot; Charles Grignion; George Vertue; Anthonis Mor; P Yver; Lucas de Heere; Paul van Somer; Jacobus van der Schley; Douglass Adair; John and Paul Knapton (Firm),; Francis Bacon Library,
|Notes:||Title pages in red and black.
"Published in 84 parts; individual parts may be of various impressions and editions."--ESTC (RLIN).
Work was continued and extended from the Revolution to the accession of King George II by Nicholas Tindal in his 'The history of England', vols. 3-4, 1744-1747. Cf. ESTC; NUC.
Includes  leaves of engraved plates and vignettes; t.p. vignette signed "H. Gravelot inv. C. Grignion sc." some plates signed: "Desig. et sculp. G. Vertue"' "Gravelot del., C. Du Bosc. fecit"; "J.V Schley sculp." "P. Uver sculp."; "Antonio More pinx."; "Drawn by Isaac Oliver limner"; "Lucas de Heere p." "Paulus Vansomer p."; "Anton. VanDyke eques pinx."; "from a most excellent limning, done by Samuel Cooper ... "; "painted by Sr. Peter Lely Kt."; "painted ... by Sr. Godfrey Kneller."
Index: p. - of last sequence of v.2.
Errata: p.  of last sequence of v.2.
Booksellers' advertisements: p.  of last sequence of v.2.
Errors in pagination: p. 118 (6th sequence of v.1) misnumbered p. 120; p. 694 (v.1) misnumbered p. 964.
|Description:||2 v. (2, x, 8, , viii, -849 p.  leaves of plates (some folded); 807,  p.,  leaves of plates) : ill. (metal cuts), geneal. tables (metal cuts) maps (metal cuts), ports. (metal cuts) ; 42 cm. (fol.)|
|Other Titles:||Histoire d'Angleterre.
Rapin's history of England
|Responsibility:||Written in French by Mr. Rapin de Thoyras. ; Translated into English, with additional notes, by N. Tindal, M.A. Rector of Alverstoke in Hampshire, and Chaplain to the Royal Hospital at Greenwich.|