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The method and order of reading both civil and ecclesiastical histories : in which the most excellent historians are reduced into the order in which they are successively to be read; and the judgments of learned men, concerning each of them, subjoined.

Author: Degory Wheare; Edmund Bohun; Nicholas Horsman; Henry Dodwell; Charles Brome
Publisher: London : Printed for Charles Brome, at the Gun at the West-end of St. Paul's Church-yard, 1698.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : The third edition, with ammendments.View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Degory Wheare; Edmund Bohun; Nicholas Horsman; Henry Dodwell; Charles Brome
OCLC Number: 12030097
Notes: Translation of: Reflectiones hyemales de ratione & methodo legendi utrasque historias, civiles et ecclesiasticas.
"Made English, and enlarged, by Edmund Bohun, Esq;"
Includes "Mr. Dodwell's invitation to gentlemen to acquaint themselves with antient history" (unnumbered pages 1-32) and "Mantissa: or, An addition concerning the historians of particular nations, as well ancient as modern ; by Nicholas Horseman" (pages 179-224).
Signatures: A⁸, b⁸-d⁸, B⁸-2B⁸.
Description: 74 unnumbered pages, 362 pages, 12 unnumbered pages ; 19 cm (8vo)
Other Titles: Reflectiones hyemales de ratione & methodo legendi utrasque historias, civiles et ecclesiasticas.
Mantissa
Mr. Dodwell's invitation to gentlemen to acquaint themselves with antient history
Responsibility: by Degory Wheare, Camden Reader of History in Oxford ; To which is added, an appendix concerning the historians of particular nations, as well ancient as modern. By Nicholas Horseman.

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