Index villaris, or, An exact register, alphabetically digested, of all the cities, market-towns, parishes, villages, the hundred, lath, rape, ward, wapentake, or other division of each county, the bishopricks, deaneries, churches, chappels, hospitals, with the rectories and vicarages in England and Wales and their respective valuations in the King's books, the private seats of the King, nobility and gentry, the number of Parliament-men sent by cities or burroughs, the inns of court, colleges, inns of chancery, or other societies, the latitude of each particular place, and difference of longitude, East or West from London : explained by words at length and symbols or characters in a plain and most intelligible method : hereto is added a perfect catalogue of the nobility of England and Wales to the present time, May 20, 1690, with their respective seats and the counties wherein they are scituate

Adams, Mr. (John), -1738

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  • Format Books; Microforms
  • Publication London : Printed for T. Sawbridge and M. Gillyflower ... : also sold by T. Dring ..., S. Crouch and T. Horne ..., 1690.
  • Series
  • Physical Details
    • 8 unnumbered pages, 419 pages, 1 unnumbered page, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : folded color map
  • OCLC ocm13482848


  • Written by John Adams. Cf. DNB.
  • Imperfect: map lacking.
  • Reproduction of original in Duke University Library.
  • Wing A480
  • Available electronically as part of Early English books online.
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