City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library

James Ussher

The annals of the world. Deduced from the origin of time, and continued to the beginning of the Emperour Vespasians reign, and the totall destruction and abolition of the temple and common-wealth of the Jews. Containing the historie of the Old and New Testament, with tha of the Macchabees. Also all the most memorable affairs of Asia and Egypt, and the rise of the empire of the Roman Cæsars, under C. Julius, and Octavianus. Collected from all history, as well sacred, as prophane, and methodically digested, by the most reverend James Ussher, Arch-Bishop of Armagh, and Primate of Ireland.

Alternate Titles
London: Printed by E. Tyler, for J. Crook, at the sign of the Ship in St. Pauls Church-yard, and for G. Bedell, at the Middle-Temple-Gate, in Fleet-Street, 1658.
Note
NYSL copy: "Wil. Livingston" inscribed on t.p. "Will Livingston" also inscribed but partially erased with the word "history" below, both in pencil, on the front free end-paper recto. Library's 1789 bookplate and Notice on the front paste-down. Annotated, with some corrections in ink to the dates listed in the three columns to the left and right of the text on p. 1-13, with "X"s in pencil beside some dates. Corrections suggested on p. [14] (first group) completed in ink on p. 972 and 973. All plates lacking, pagination statement differs slightly from ESTC.
The annals of the world. Deduced from the origin of time, and continued to the beginning of the Emperour Vespasians reign, and the totall destruction and abolition of the temple and common-wealth of the Jews. Containing the historie of the Old and New Testament, with tha of the Macchabees. Also all the most memorable affairs of Asia and Egypt, and the rise of the empire of the Roman Cæsars, under C. Julius, and Octavianus. Collected from all history, as well sacred, as prophane, and methodically digested, by the most reverend James Ussher, Arch-Bishop of Armagh, and Primate of Ireland. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
Readers by Occupation

Check out Duration
Check out distribution
Check out duration
Readers by occupation
This Title Library Average
Back to Top

The New York
Society Library

53 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10075
212.288.6900
reference@nysoclib.org

Hours of Operation

Monday / Friday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday / Sunday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Holiday Closing: Columbus Day/Indigenous People’s Day

The Library will be closed Mon, Oct 12
for Columbus Day/Indigenous People’s Day
 
© Copyright The New York Society Library | Privacy Policy