The tablet of memory, shewing every memorable event in history from the earliest period to the year 1790, classed under distinct heads, with their dates: comprehending an epitome of English history, with an exact chronology of painters and eminent men, to which are annexed, several useful lists. The seventh edition considerably enlarged with numerous additions.
The tablet of memory, shewing every memorable event in history from the earliest period to the year 1790, classed under distinct heads, with their dates: comprehending an epitome of English history, with an exact chronology of painters and eminent men, to which are annexed, several useful lists. The seventh edition considerably enlarged with numerous additions.

The tablet of memory, shewing every memorable event in history from the earliest period to the year 1790, classed under distinct heads, with their dates: comprehending an epitome of English history, with an exact chronology of painters and eminent men, to which are annexed, several useful lists. The seventh edition considerably enlarged with numerous additions.

London: printed for J. & J. Robinson, 1790. 16mo, pp. [2], 295; lacks the frontispiece; contemporary calf, red morocco label on gilt-decorated spine, bottom half-inch of spine chipped away, else good and sound. A pocket-size ready reference, with sections on Battles and Sea-fights, Laws and Courts of Justice, English Sovereigns, Universities, Academies on the Continent, Kings of France, Lord Chancellors, Chancellors of Oxford and Cambridge, and other useful information. 2 copies of this edition in OCLC (none in the U.S.) First printed in 1773, it remained in print at least until 1841. ESTC notes that it was "probably" edited by Philip Luckombe, whose name appears on the 8th, 9th, and 10th editions, 1791-1800. Item #24908

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