From Eusebius Pamphilus : His Ten Books of Ecclesiastical History, Faithfully Translated and Abridg’d from the Original, by Samuel Parker, Gent.; London : Printed for George Sawbridge at the Three Flower de-Luces in Little Britain, 1703; pp. a-l.
T E N B O O K S
Translated and Abridg’d
from the Original.
By SAMUEL PARKER, Gent.
To which is prefixed,
A Dissertation concerning the use and Authority of Ecclesiastical History:
By the Author of the Snake in the Grass.
Wherein the Notions of Dr. Coward, Asgill, &c. (pretended Novelties) are plainly shewn in Eusebius, to be Old Exploded Heresies.
In a Letter to the Abridger.
With the Life of Eusebius abstracted from
the best Authors.
Also an Account of his Works.
And a large Index of the Memorable Persons, &c. mention’d in the Abridgment.
L O N D O N :
Printed for George Sawbridge at the Three Flowers de-Luces in Little Britain, 1703.