A complete history of England, from the first entrance of the Romans under the conduct of Julius Cæsar, unto the end of the reign of King Henry III. : Comprehending the Roman, Saxon, Danish and Norman affairs and transactions in this nation during that time. Wherein is shewed the original of our English laws, the differences and disagreements between the secular and ecclesiastic powers, the true rise and grounds of the contentions and wars between the barons and our antient kings. And likewise an account of our foreign wars with France, the conquest of Ireland, and the actions between the English, Scots and Welsh, during the same time. All delivered in plain matter of fact, without any reflections or remarques / By Robert Brady.
|Main Author:||Brady, Robert, 1627?-1700.|
[London] in the Savoy : Printed by T. Newcomb for S. Lowndes, 1685.
> To 1485.
In 1700 the author issued a supplementary volume under title: Continuation of the Complete history of England.
Paging irregular: p. xlv-xlvi omitted, p. xlvii numbered lxvii.
Appendix of official documents (charters, letters, proclamations, etc.) in Latin, some with English translation.
Title in red and black; line borders; side notes.
6 p.L., lxviii, , 675, 254,  p.
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