|Author:||Martyn, William, 1562-1617.|
|Title:||The historie, and liues, of the kings of England from VVilliam the Conqueror, vnto the end of the raigne of King Henrie the Eight. By William Martyn Esquire, recorder of the honorable citie of Exeter.|
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The historie, and liues, of the kings of England from VVilliam the Conqueror, vnto the end of the raigne of King Henrie the Eight. By William Martyn Esquire, recorder of the honorable citie of Exeter.
Martyn, William, 1562-1617.
London: Printed [by William Stansby] for Iohn Bill, William Barret, and Henrie Fetherstone, 1615.
|Alternate titles:||Historie, and lives, of twentie kings of England Historie, and lives, of twentie kings of England. Successions of the dukes and earles of this kingdome of England. Historie, and lives, of the kings of England.|
The last leaf is blank.
"The successions of the dukes and earles of this kingdome of England", unpaginated, has separate dated title page with "printed by W. Stansby" in imprint; register is continuous.
A variant, with title page in a different setting, of "The historie, and lives, of twentie kings of England" (STC 17526), which had Stansby's name in imprint.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Nobility -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE GENTRIE OF ENGLAND.
TO MY MOST DEARE Father WILLIAM MARTYN Esquire.
To my most loued and dearest Father WILLIAM MARTYN ESQVIRE.
To my most dearly loued Father WILLIAM MARTYN Esquire.
TO MY DEARLY HO∣NORD FATHER-IN-Law WILLIAM MARTYN Esquire.
THE SVMMARIES OR ABBREVIATES, OF THE RAIGNES OF THE twentie Kings, mentioned (more largely) in this Discourse.
King WILLIAM the Conqueror.
King WILLIAM RVFVS.
King HENRY the First.
King HENRY the Second.
King RICHARD the First.
King HENRY the third.
King EDWARD the First.
King EDWARD the Second.
King EDVVARD the third.
King RICHARD the second.
King HENRY the Fourth.
King HENRY the Fifth.
King HENRY the Sixth.
King EDWARD the Fourth.
King EDWARD the Fifth.
King RICHARD the third.
King HENRY the Seuenth.
King HENRY the Eighth.
THE HISTORIE OF KING WILLIAM THE CONQƲEROR.
THE HISTORIE OF KING WILLIAM RƲFƲS.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE FIRST.
THE HISTORIE OF KING STE∣PHEN.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE SECOND.
THE HISTORIE OF KING RICHARD THE FIRST.
THE HISTORIE OF KING IOHN.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE THIRD.
THE HISTORIE OF KING EDVVARD THE FIRST.
THE HISTORIE OF KING EDVVARD THE SECOND.
THE HISTORIE OF KING EDVVARD THE THIRD.
THE HISTORIE OF KING RICHARD THE SECOND.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE FOƲRTH.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE FIFTH.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE SIXT.
THE HISTORIE OF KING EDVVARD THE FOVRTH.
Profitable Notes extracted out of the trou∣blesome raignes of King HENRIE the Sixth, and of King EDVVARD the Fourth.
King EDVVARD the Fourth.
THE HISTORIE OF KING EDVVARD THE FIFTH.
THE HISTORIE OF KING RICHARD THE THIRD.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE SEVENTH.
THE HISTORIE OF KING HENRIE THE EIGHT.
Princes of VVales since the Con∣quest.
THE SVCCESSIONS OF THE DVKES AND EARLES OF THIS KING∣DOME OF ENGLAND. From the Conquest vntill the twelfth yeare of the famous Raigne of the mightie Monarch King IAMES the First.
Albemarle and Holdernes.
The Nobilitie of ENGLAND, ranked ac∣cording to their degrees and creations.
The names of Baronets made by his Maiestie at seuerall times, as followeth.
At the time of the first dissoluing of Religious houses in England, there were
A Table contayning the prouisions of the Spanish Armado, against England, in Anno Domini 1588. & Anno ELIZ. REG. 30.
The battaile betwixt the Conquerour, and King Harold, was stricken the 14 of October 1066. in which were slaine about 68000 English men. Speed, 415- and almost aboue 6000. Stow. 128.
Especiall notes worthy of ob∣seruation.
A TABLE FOR THE READY finding of all the materiall things which are con∣tained in the Histories of the before named TWENTIE KINGS.