City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
The chronological historian: containing a regular account of all material transactions and occurences, ecclesiastical, civil, and military, relating to the English affairs, from the invasion of the Romans, to the death of King George the First. With the Creations and Promotions of the Nobility and Baronets, Ministers of State, Generals, Judges, Attorneys, and Solicitors-General, as they stand in Order of Time; whereby that Confusion, which generally misleads the Reader in the Perusal of our Historians for want of an exact Chronology, is prevented, and other Defects and Omissions supply’d. By Mr. Salmon. Illustrated with the effigies of all our English monarchs, curiously Engraven from Original Paintings, by Mr. Vertue.
London: Printed for W. Mears, on Ludgate-Hill , 1733.