Thomas Salmon's 'Chronological Historian,' published by W. Mears at London in 1723.
Engravings by George Vertue.
London : printed for W. Mears, at the Lamb, without Temple-Bar, MDCCXXIII 1723.
The Chronological Historian : containing a regular account of all material transactions and occurrences, ecclesiastical, civil, and military, relating to the English affairs, from the invasion of the Romans, to the present time. 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 at exact Chronology, is prevented, and other Defects and Omission supply'd. By Mr. Salmon. Ilustrated with the effiges of all our English monarchs, curiously engraven from Original Paintings, by Mr. Vertue.
Size of each plate approx. 157 x 91 mm.
Images from the British Museum.