|Author:||Vertot, abbé de, 1655-1735.|
|Title:||The history of the revolutions in Sweden occasioned by the change of religion and alteration of the government in that kingdom / written originally in French by the Abbot Vertat ; printed the last year at Paris, and now done into English by J. Mitchel ... ; with a map of Sweden, Denmark and Norway.|
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The history of the revolutions in Sweden occasioned by the change of religion and alteration of the government in that kingdom / written originally in French by the Abbot Vertat ; printed the last year at Paris, and now done into English by J. Mitchel ... ; with a map of Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
Vertot, abbé de, 1655-1735., Mitchel, J.
London: Printed for A. Swall and T. Child ..., 1696.
|Alternate titles:||Histoire des révolutions de Suède. English|
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Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Sweden -- History -- 1397-1523.
TO HIS GRACE The DUKE of SHREWSBURY, One of HIS MAJESTY'S Principal Secretaries OF STATE.
The TRANSLATOR's PREFACE.
THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE.
Some Books lately Printed for A. Swall and T. Childe, at the Unicorn in St. Paul's Church-yard.
Now in the PRESS.
A TABLE Of the Principal Matters.
THE HISTORY OF THE Revolutions IN SWEDEN.
THE HISTORY OF THE Revolutions in Sweden.
A CHRONOLOGICAL ABRIDGMENT OF THE History of Sweden.
THE Fabulous History OF SWEDEN.
Vddo, Alo, Othen, Charles I. Biorn, Gethar, Gylto.
Botwil, Charles II, Grimmer, Lordon, Gothar, Adolphus, Algot, Eric II. Lindorp.
Eric III. surnam'd the Wise.
Halstan I. Raguard, Wartman, Lordon, Rodolph, Gostag, Ar∣thur, Haquin, Charles IV. Charles V. Birger, Eric V. Torril, Biorn II. Alaric II.
Eric VII. surnam'd the Victorious.
Olaus the Tributary.
Amund the Burner,
Haquin the Red.
Eric XI. call'd the Stammerer.
The Reader will find, at the beginning of this Work, the Names of the succeeding Princes, with a short account of their Actions.
A Table of the Principal Matters.