Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the adjoining countries

Publisher

George Routledge & Sons Type Monograph/Item

Place of publication

London

Date of publication

1868

Note

Chromolithograph plates by Noel Humphreys were first published in William Smith's edition of 1844-45. Thomas Johnes' translation of Froissart was first issued by his own private publishing venture, the Hafod Press, in 1803-05 and, remarkably, he "remains the only man to have undertaken the formiddable task of translating Froissart's Chronicles in their entirety, and the appearance of subsequent editions until 1906 testifies to their worth." (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography)