The faithful annalist: or the epitome of the English history: giving a true account of the affairs of this nation, from the building of the Tower of London; in the days of William the Conqueror, to the throwing down the gates of the said city, by the command of the Parliament, which sate before the secluded members were admitted, in the year 1600. In which all things remarkable both by sea and land, from the coming in of Will. the Conquerour into this nation, in the year 1066, unto the eighteenth year of the reign of our most gracious soveraign King Charls the 2d. are briefly represented. Written by an impartial hand
printed for Will. Whitwood, at the sign of the Bible in Giltspur-street, without Newgate,
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