The history of England Giving a true and impartial account of the most considerable transactions in church and state, in peace and war, during the reigns of all the kings, from the coming in of Julius Cæsar, to the end of the year 1696. And in the eighth year of the reign of King William the III. With an account of all the plots, conspiracies, insurrections, and rebelions. Likewise a relation of the wonderful prodigies, monstrous births, terrible earth-quakes, dreadful sights in the air, lamentable famines, plagues, thunders, lightnings, and fires, &c. Together with a particular description of the rarities in the several counties of England and Wales. Also the sufferings of the martyrs, before and since the Reformation. With a more full account of our late happy deliverance from popery and slavery.
printed for John Gwillim, against the Great James Tavern in Bishopsgate-street,
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