Angliae Notitia: Or, The Present State of England: With Divers Remarks Upon The Ancient State thereof. In Three Parts
Edward Chamberlayne (1616 1703) was best known for this book, a handbook to the social and political condition of England, with lists of public officers and statistics. An extremely popular book, its twentieth edition was printed in 1702, and after Edward`s death his son John continued to edit the publication. The twenty-first edition (1708) bears the new title Magn Britanni Notitia, or the Present State of Great Britain. John Chamberlayne died after the issue of the twenty-second edition in 1723, but another fourteen editions were issued by booksellers, the last being the thirty-sixth in 1755.
Publisher: R. Scot et al
Edition: Eighteenth Edition with Great Additions and Improvements
Date Published: 1694
Place Published: London
Condition: Very good
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: , 752  p. 17 cm. Engraved frontispiece portrait of William and Mary. Full leather binding. Respined with original overlaid. Upper corners repaired but bottom front corner worn. Bookplates on front endpapers. One unpaginated leaf between pp. 326 and 327 and jump in pagination from p. 474 to p. 577.