The cronycle, begynnynge at the. vii. ages of the worlde with the co[m]mynge of Brute, [and] the reygne of all the kynges with the saynts and martyrs that haue ben in the lande: with the compasse, length, [and] bredth, and the cyrcuet of the worlde.
Imprynted by me Robert Wyre, dwellynge at the sygne of seynt Iohn̄ Euangelyste, in seynt Martyns Parysshe in the felde, in the bysshop of Norwyche rents, besyde charynge Crosse,
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|Item Description:||An enlarged edition of: Chronicle of all the kings.|
Printer's name and address from colophon; publication date conjectured by STC.
Verse chronicle has separate title page, reading: Here begynneth the cronycle, of all the kyngs, that haue reygned in Englande syth the conquest of Wyllyam Conquerour. And sheweth the daye of theyr coronacion, [and] how many yeres they reygned with the dayes of theyr deth.
Compass has caption title, reading: Hereafter foloweth the compasse and cyrcuet of the worlde, and also the compasse of euery ilande, comprehended in the same.
This edition has colophon in 5 lines.
Imperfect; lacks quire c.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
|Physical Description:|| p.|