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To the Right Honourable and my Noble Patron Edward Earl of Oxford, And Earl Mortimer, &c.&c. A collection of the works of G. Vertue of London, Engraver, the first chosen proofs from the engraved plates, Begining in the Year 1708, vol. 4
Title page of volume IV reads: The Heads of the Kings of England, proper for Mr. Rapin's history, Translated by N. Tindale, M.A., Viz Egbert First Monarch of England, Alfred the Great, Canute the Dane, William the Conqueror, First of the Norman Line, And all the Succeeding Kings and Sovereign Queens to the Revolution; with Some of the most Illustrious Princes of the Royal Family. Collected, Drawn, and Engraven, with ornaments and decorations, by George Vertue. To which are added the Heads of Mr. Rapin and N. Tindale, M.A., and an account of the feveral Heads, of the Antiquities that have been followed, and of the Pictures Copied for Engraving them.; Also, twenty two plates of the monuments of the Kings of England, with their Epitaphs, and Inscriptions, and a brief Historical Account of Them. London, printed for James, John and Paul Knapton, at the Crown in Ludgate-Street, 1736.