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Proedria vasilikē : a discourse concerning the precedency of kings : wherin the reasons and arguments of the three greatest monarks of Christendom, who claim a several right therunto, are faithfully collected, and renderd : wherby occasion is taken to make Great Britain better understood then [sic] some forren authors (either out of ignorance or interest) have represented her in order to this particular : whereunto is also adjoyned a distinct Treatise of ambassadors &c. Preview this item
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Proedria vasilikē : a discourse concerning the precedency of kings : wherin the reasons and arguments of the three greatest monarks of Christendom, who claim a several right therunto, are faithfully collected, and renderd : wherby occasion is taken to make Great Britain better understood then [sic] some forren authors (either out of ignorance or interest) have represented her in order to this particular : whereunto is also adjoyned a distinct Treatise of ambassadors &c.

Author: James Howell
Publisher: London : Printed by Ja. Cottrel, for Sam. Speed ..., and Chr. Eccleston ..., 1664.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Howell
OCLC Number: 606632634
Description: 1 online resource ([14], 219 pages, 3 leaves of plates) : portraits
Other Titles: Proedria basilikē.
Discourse concerning the precedency of kings.

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