The sacred and prophane history of the world connected, from the creation of the world to the dissolution of the Assyrian empire at the death of Sardanapalus, and to the declension of the kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the reigns of Ahaz and Pekah. By Samuel Shuckford, D.D. ...
|Main Author:||Shuckford, Samuel, 1693 or 4-1754.|
London, Printed for J. and R. Tonson, 1740-53.
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The author's Creation and fall of man, a supplemental discourse to the preface of v.1, forms v.4 in some of the later editions. cf. Lowndes.
Designed to bring down the narrative of sacred history from the creation of the world to the epoch at which Prideaux's work begins (Old and New Testament connected ... from the declension of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah to the time of Christ, London, 1716-18) The third volume ends with the times of Joshua; the death of the author prevented the publication of a projected fourth volume. cf. Pref. to 3d vol. and M. Russell's preface to his "Connection of sacred and profane history (intended to complete the works of Shuckford and Prideaux)" London, 1827-37.
Vols. 1-2, 3d edition, 1743; v. 3, 2d edition, 1740; v. 4, 1753.
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