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The hereditary right of the crown of England asserted : the history of the succession since the conquest clear'd; and the true English constitution vindicated from the misrepresentations of Dr. Higden's view and defence.
Wherein some mistakes also of our common historians are rectify'd, and several particulars relating to the succession, and to the title of the House of Suffolk, are now first publish'd from ancient records and original MSS. together with an authentick copy of King Henry VIII.'s will /
London : Printed by G. James for Richard Smith, 1713.
[8], 274, lxiii, [3] p.
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London : Printed by G. James for Richard Smith, 1713.
general note
Advertisements: p. [1]-[3] at end.
Frequently attributed to Hilkiah Bedford.
local note
Trinity Library Strachan Collection copy: with Strachan gift bookplate. Rare Books Collection c. 3: With annotations facing the title page probably written by the son of nonjuror Hilkiah Bedford, who was wrongfully arrested and imprisoned for alleged authorship of this book.
catalogue key
Donation to the Trinity Library Rare Books Collection; Desmond Neill; 2005. (c.1-3)

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