London : Printed by Thomas Snowden, and are to be sold by Tho. Parkhurst ... and Jonathan Robinson ..., 1696.
Book — , 468, 120, 368 [i.e. 360], , 369-755, , 524 p.
(from t.p.) The first, beginning at the creation of the world, and ending at Moses
The second, beginning at the particular remarks of Israel's motions and mansions in the wilderness, until the death of Moses, and the succession of Joshua, and so forward unto the birth of Solomon
The third, beginning at David's repentance, before the birth of Solomon, and ending at the birth of Christ, wherein an ample account is given of all the apocryphal times (betwixt Malachy and the Messiah) also, as well as of all the canonical books until that time
The fourth, beginning at the first of Matthew, and ending at the last of the Revelations, wherein is held forth the most illustrious life of Christ, and the lives of all the apostles, to the death of the last and longest living apostle John the Divine.