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The Kit-Cat Club Done From the Original Paintings Of Sr. Godfrey Kneller By Mr. Faber. - [S.l.:: 1735.
The Beauties, done from the Original Pictures in his Majties Pallace of Hampton Court, by Sr. Godfrey Kneller, Bart. late Principall Painter to His Majtie. - [London:]: 
A Complete History Of England: With The Lives Of All The Kings and Queens Thereof; From the Earliest Account of Time, to the Death of His Late Majesty King William III. Containing A Faithful Relation of all Affairs of State Ecclesiastical and Civil. The Whole Illustrated with Large and Useful Notes, taken from divers Manuscripts, and other good Authors: and the Effigies of the Kings and Queens from the Originals, Engraven by the best Masters. In Three Volumes, with Alphabetical Indexes to each. Vol. I. I. Beginning with the History of Britain to William the Conqueror. By Mr. John Milton. II. From the Conquest to the End of King Edward III. By Samuel Daniel, Esq; III. The Reigns of King Richard II. King Hemnry IV, V, and VI. All new Writ in Mr. Daniel's Method. IV. The Reign of King Edward IV. By John Habington, Esq; V. The Lives of King Edward V, and Richard III. By Sir Thomas Moore. Translated from the Latin Original. VI. The Life of King Richard III By George Buck, Esq; VII. The Life of King Henry VII. By Francis Lord Bacon. - London:: 1706.
Charles Le Brun
Conference Of Monsieur Le Brun, Cheif Painter To The French King, Chancellor and Director Of The Academy Of Painting and Sculpture; Upon Expression, General and Particular. Translated from the French, and Adorned with 43 Copper-Plates. - London, -: 1701.
Paul Rapin de Thoyras
The History Of England, As Well Ecclesiastical as Civil. By Mr. De Rapin Thoyras. Vol. I. Containing I. The Preface, with a brief Account of the Author's Life, and a Dissertation concerning the Origin and Nature of the English Constitution. II. A short Introduction concerning the Manners, Customs, Government and Religion of the antient Britons, with the Origin of the Picts and Scots, and the Time of their Settlement in Britain. III. The History of England from the Invasion of the Romans, to the End of the Reign of Edward the Martyr, in four books. Done into English from the French, with large and useful Notes mark'd with an *, by N. Tindal, A.M. Vicar of Great Waltham in Essex. (-XV ...) - London,: 1726. (-1731.)
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