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Paul Rapin de Thoyras

Acta regia : being the account which Mr. Rapin de Thoyras published of the history of England, by authority of the lords the States-general, and grounded upon those records which ... are collected in ... Mr. Rymer's Foedera : containing not only the letters that passed between the monarchs of England and foreign princes, their treaties and negotiations of peace, friendship, and commerce, battles, revolutions, and other important events in the history of England : but an account of the several grants from the crown to the nobility, &c. through all the reigns, from King William Rufus to the tenth year of King Charles I : of the summons's to Parliament and convocation, of royal mandates to the clergy and laity, dispensations for marriages, general and particular pardons, patents for honours, offices, manufactures, inventions, &c. and numerous other publick acts relating to families, and our own domestick affairs.

London: Printed for James, John and Paul Knapton, 1734?.
Acta regia : being the account which Mr. Rapin de Thoyras published of the history of England, by authority of the lords the States-general, and grounded upon those records which ... are collected in ... Mr. Rymer's Foedera : containing not only the letters that passed between the monarchs of England and foreign princes, their treaties and negotiations of peace, friendship, and commerce, battles, revolutions, and other important events in the history of England : but an account of the several grants from the crown to the nobility, &c. through all the reigns, from King William Rufus to the tenth year of King Charles I : of the summons's to Parliament and convocation, of royal mandates to the clergy and laity, dispensations for marriages, general and particular pardons, patents for honours, offices, manufactures, inventions, &c. and numerous other publick acts relating to families, and our own domestick affairs. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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