A List of the English, Scots, and Irish Nobility: Archbishops, and Bishops; Chancellors, and Keepers of the Great Seal; Justicars of England; Chief Justices and Judges of the King's Bench and Common Pleas; Chief-Barons and Barons of the Exchequer; Master of the Rolls; Attornies and Soliticitors General. Specifying the Dates in which they were severally Created.
London. Charles Marsh. 1765. Hardcover. 12mo. 17cm, xviii,169,p., (omissions & corrections), 2 rear folding charts, annotations ( in pen) on endpapers & on some leaves, in contemporary full calf, rebacked, raised gilt ruled bands, black leather labels, gilt title, a fine copy (n13~171) A very early genealogical study of the British peerage. The nobility is listed from William I's reign in 1066. Archbishops and Bishops are listed in the two provinces (Canterbury & York) starting in the sixth century. Two large folding tables outline both the English and Scottish peerage. A valuable reference with some penned-in updates to 1776. Item #17992
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