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A system of chronology: Containing, I. An explanation of the principles of this science; together with an account of the most remarkable epocus, eras, and periods, the dates and extent of which are ascertained. II. A chronological history, which exhibits a connected view of the time, mode, and circumstances of the origin, progress, decline, and fall of every considerable kingdom, from the earliest period to the present. III. A list of several eclipses before the Christian era...

Edinburgh: Printed for William ... and sold by L... C. Dilly, J. Walter, and ..., 1784.
A system of chronology: Containing, I. An explanation of the principles of this science; together with an account of the most remarkable epocus, eras, and periods, the dates and extent of which are ascertained. II. A chronological history, which exhibits a connected view of the time, mode, and circumstances of the origin, progress, decline, and fall of every considerable kingdom, from the earliest period to the present. III. A list of several eclipses before the Christian era... Library Average
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