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A Help to English History; containing A Succession of all the Kings of England, Saxons, and the Britons; the Kings and Princes of Wales; the Kings and Lords of Man: and Isle of Wight. As also of the Dukes, Marquises, Earls, and Bishops thereof. With the Descriptions of the Places from whence they had their Titles. […] With the coats of arms of the nobility. […] Now first published by Paul Wright.

A Help to English History; containing A Succession of all the Kings of England, Saxons, and the Britons; the Kings and Princes of Wales; the Kings and Lords of Man: and Isle of Wight. As also of the Dukes, Marquises, Earls, and Bishops thereof. With the Descriptions of the Places from whence they had their Titles. […] With the coats of arms of the nobility. […] Now first published by Paul Wright.

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A Help to English History; containing A Succession of all the Kings of England, Saxons, and the Britons; the Kings and Princes of Wales; the Kings and Lords of Man: and Isle of Wight. As also of the Dukes, Marquises, Earls, and Bishops thereof. With the Descriptions of the Places from whence they had their Titles. […] With the coats of arms of the nobility. […] Now first published by Paul Wright.

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London, Printed for the editor sold by Mr. Brathurst [a. o.] 1773.. 8°. XIV (8) 560 (2) pp. with frontisp., 52 (of 55) copperplates engraved by B. Clowes. Modern half calf. With old label on spine. Plates 2, 5, 15 are missing. The frontispice shows the coats of arms of King Georg III. House of Brunswick-Lunenburgh. 51 plates (each with ca. 20 coats of arms). the present edition was collected and edited by Paul Wright who included lists of extinct English viscounts and barons. This 1773 edition is referred to by Lowndes as "the best edition of this useful work." Heylyn's first edition was published under the pseudonym Robert Hall in 1641.

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