Author:Laurence Echard

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Laurence Echard
Laurence Echard


  • An Exact Description of Ireland, &c., (1691)
  • A Description of Flanders, or the Spanish Netherlands (1691)
  • A Most Compleat Compendium of Geography, General and Special; describing all the Empires, Kingdoms, and Dominions in the whole World,’ &c. (1691)
  • The Gazeteer's or Newsman's Interpreter: being a Geographical Index of all the considerable Cities, Patriarcships, Bishopricks, … in Europe,’ &c. (1695)
  • The Roman History from the Building of the City to the Perfect Settlement of the Empire by Augustus Cæsar (1699)
  • The Roman History from the Settlement of the Empire by Augustus Cæsar to the Removal of the Imperial Seat by Constantine the Great … Vol. II. For the use of His Highness the Duke of Gloucester (1698)
  • An Abridgment of Sir Walter Raleigh's History of the World in Five Books,’ &c. (1700)
  • A General Ecclesiastical History from the Nativity of our blessed Saviour to the First Establishment of Christianity by Humane Laws under Emperour Constantine the Great (1702)
  • History of England (1707-1720)
  • The Classical Geographical Dictionary, revised, with a recommendatory preface by Laurence Echard (1715)
  • Maxims and Discourses, Moral and Divine: taken from the Works of Arch-Bishop Tillotson and Methodiz'd and Connected (1719)
  • The History of the Revolution and the Establishment of England in the year 1688. Introduc'd by a necessary Review of the Reign of King Charles and King James the Second. In three books (1725)


  • Plautus's Comedies, Amphitryon, Epidicus, and Rudens made English; with Critical Remarks upon each Play (1694)
  • Terence's Comedies, made English. With his Life; and some Remarks at the end. By several hands (1694)
  • The Works of Lucian, translated from the Greek by several eminent hands (1710?–11)
  • The History of the Revolutions in England under the Family of the Stuarts, from the year 1603 to 1690. … By F. J. D'Orleans of the Society of Jesus. Translated from the French original printed at Paris. To which is prefixed an Introduction to this History, by Laurence Echard (1722)

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