Danmonii orientales illustres, or, The worthies of Devon. A work, wherein the lives and fortunes of the most famous divines, statesmen, swordsmen, physicians, writers, and other eminent persons, natives of that most noble province, from before the Norman conquest, down to the present age, are memorized in an alphabetical order, out of the most approved authors, both in print and manuscript. In which an account is given not only of divers very deserving persons, (many of which were never hitherto made publick) but of several antient and noble families; their seats and habitations; the distance they bear, as to the next great towns; their coats of arms fairly cut; with other things, no less profitable, than pleasant and delightful

by John Prince, Vicar of Berry-Pomeroy, in the same county

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Prince, John, 1643-1723.
Associated Name: Farley, Samuel (Printer)
Format: Book
Published: Exeter : Printed by Sam. Farley [etc.], 1701.
Physical Description:[18], 600 p. : heraldic motifs ; 29 cm (fol.)
Place of Publication:
England -- Exeter.
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General note:Errata: verso of final leaf.
Set in 1 col. per page, roman and italic type.
Title page framed with line rules.
With printed marginalia.
Citation / References note:ESTC, T140977
Language note:English text with brief passages in Latin.
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