Franklin

The history of king-killers; or, The fanatick martyrology. Containing the lives of three hundred sixty five hellish saints of that crew, infamous for treason, rebellion, perjury, rapine, murder, &c. being one for every day in the year. Publish'd for the consolation of the sanctify'd tribe of blood-thirsty republicans; and for the information of true Christians, and sincere lovers of monarchy. By one, who heartily wishes the conversion of the former, and the increase and prosperity of the latter.

Publication:
London, Printed for S. Redmayne [etc.] 1720.
Format/Description:
Book
2 v. front. (v. 2) 19 cm.
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Subjects:
Regicides.
Notes:
Published 1719-20 in 12 pts. with separate, varying t.-ps. General t.-p. for v. 2 issued as t.-p. for pt. 12. cf. Advocates' library Catalogue.
Local notes:
Imperfect, parts 7-12 wanting.
Title-pages to pt. 2-6 wanting.
Penn Chronology:
1720
OCLC:
13594989