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TO THE YEAR 1640. 



QUJESTIO. Quaestio quod- 
libetica. An lioeat stipendia sub 
Principe religione discrepante 
merere. CanUinigiaey 1630. 4to. 

3936. d. 

QUARLES (Francis) See 
Bible. — Old Testament. — Esther. 
HadasBa : or the History of 
Qneene Ester : with Meditations 
thereupon, Divine and Morall... 
By P. Q. 1621. 4to. 

1077. b. 10. (2.) 

— See Bible. — Old Testament. 
— Jcb. Job Militant : with Medi- 
tations divine and Morall. Bj 
P. Q. 1624. 4to. 1077. b. 76. 

— See Bible. — Old Testament. 
— Song of Solomon. Sions Sonets. 
Snng by Solomon the King, and 
periphras'd by F. Q. 1 625. 4to. 

1077. b. 77. 

— See Bible. — Old Testament. 
— Lamentations. Sions Elegies, 
wept by Jeremie the Prophet: 
andperiphras'dbyF.Q. 1624. 4to. 

11626. c. 1. 

— See Bible. — Old Testament. 
— Jonah. A Feast for Wormes. 
Set forth in a poeme of the his- 
tory of Jonah. By F. Q. 1620. 4to. 

1077. b. 10. 

VOL. m. 

1626. 4to. 

1077. b. 34. (3.) 


QUARLES (Francis) Arga- 
lus and Parthenia. [In verse.] 
Printed for J. Marriott, London^ 
1629. 4to. 11626.0.31. 

Titlepage engraved. 

— Another edition . Printed for 
J. Marriott, London, [1632?] 4to. 

11626. 0. 32. 

— Divine Fancies; digested 
into epigrammes, meditations, 
and observations. [In verse.] 
Printed by M. F. for J. Marriot, 
London, 1632. 8vo. 11623. c. 39. 

— Another edition. Printed 
by M. F. for J. Marriot, London, 
1633. 4to. 1077. b. 3. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy M. F. for J. Marriot, London, 
1636. 4to. 11623. bb. 31. 

— Divine Poems : containing 
the History of Jonah, Ester, Job, 
Sampson. Sions Sonets, Elegies. 
(Eleven pions Meditations. — Pen- 
telogia. — An Alphabet of Elegies, 
upon the... death of... Doctor Ail- 
mer) ... Newly augmented, etc. 
Printed hy M. F. for L Marriot, 
London, 1683. 8vo. 238. b. 51. 

With a frontiBpieoe, dated 16S2, 
but without the verses entitled 
"* The Minde of the Frontispice." 
Most of the pieces buve separate 





•titlepages, but the pagination is oon- 
tlnuuns. The History of Jonah is 
entitled : '• A Feast for Wormes." 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy M, F. for L Harriot, London, 
1634. 8vo. 1077. c. 4. 

Several of the pieces have special 
titlepages. There is also an en- 
graved general titlepage, dated 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy M, F. for I. M., London, 
1638. Svo, 238. b. 49. 

With a second titlepage engraved, 
bearing date 16H2, opposite which 
are eight lines entitlea ^ The Minde 
of the Frontispice.' 


QUARLES (Francis) An 
Elegie upon my dears brother, the 
Jonathan of my heart, M*^ J. 
Wheeler, etc. T. Cfor N.Alsop, 
and T. Nicholee, London, 1637. 8vo. 

G. 960. (1.) 

— Emblemes. (Lusus poeticus 
poetifi [by E. Benlowes] — Quar- 
leis [by Benevolus, i.e. E. Ben- 
lowes].) MS. KoTK. Printed hy 
O. M, and sold at L Harriots shop, 
London, 1635-34. 8vo. 1077. c. 80. 

The ** Lusus poeticus" and the 
** Quarleis ** are without pagination, 
and have each a distinct titlepage, 
that of the former bearing date 1634. 

— Another edition. MS. Notes. 
Printed for L W. d F. K, London, 
1635. 8vo. 11626. aa. 30. 

Titl^psge engraved. With em- 
blematical drawing and autograph 
bj Timothy Mauleverer. Also with 
the engraved titlepage and plates of 
H. Hugo's " Pia Desideria," printed 
at Antwerp in 1629. 

— Enchyridion containing 

, ,., , Divine I S""*^."'?^**^^* 
InBtitn- \ I Practical 

tions { ( Ethicall 

MoralW Oeconomicall 

( Politicall. 

r. Cotes, London, 1640. 12mo. 

8406. aa. 
Without pagination. 


QUARLES (Francis) Hiero- 
glyphikeeof thelifeof Man. [In 
verse, with copper plates by 
W. Marshall.] H Flesher for 
J. Harriot, London, 1638. 8vo. 

1077. c. 5. 
Engraved titlepage. Cropped. 

— The Historie of Samson. 
In verse.] Printed hy H. F. for 
". Harriott, London, 1631. 4to. 

1077. b. 34. (2.) 

— Another copy. 240. k. 32. 

— Memorials upon the death 
of Sir R. Quarles, etc. T. Cotes, 
for N. Alsop, London, 1639. Svo. 

G. 960. (2.) 

Without pagination. 

'— Sighes at the contemporary 
deaths of those incomparable 
Sisters, the Countesse of C leave- 
land, and Mistrihse G. Eillegme, 
Daughters of Sir J. Crofts, etc. 
T. Cotes for N. Alscp, London, 
1640. Svo. G. 960. (3.) 

Without pagination. 

QUARTIER (Jacques) 
See Cartier. 

QUELCH (Wiluam) Church 
Customes vindicated in two 
sermons [on 1 Cor. xi. 16]. Printed 
hy H. F. for N. Butter, London, 
1636. 4to. 694. d. 15. (1.) 

See Du Chesne. 

QUESTIONS. Certaine 
short Questions and Aunsweres, 
very profitable and necessary for 
all yong children, and such as 
are dcBirous to be instructed in 
the principles of the Christian 
Faithe. 90* H, Imprinted hy L K. 
for T. Han, London, 1584. Svo. 

3505. c. 51. (2.) 
Without pagination. 

QUIN (Walter) The Princes 
[Henry, Princeof Wales,] Epitath. 




...In obi turn ejtisdem Principis. 
Stances du m^me autheur 8ur le 
mesme snjet, etc. See Sylvissteb 
(J.) Lachrimae lachrimarnm, 
etc. [1613.] 4to. 239. k. 31. 

QUIN (Walter) Corona vir- 
tutum principe dignarum,ex variis 
Philosopborum ... floribus con- 
texta,...Cui adjunota sunt de vita 
...duorum Antoninorum, Pii, & 
Marci,... memorabilia, etc. Apud 
J» BiUium, Londini, 1617. 12mo. 

528. a. 6. (2.) 

— In nuptiis Principum In- 
compaTabilium, Caroli Britannici 
Imperii Monarch HenriettaB 
Marise, Henrici Magni, Galliarnm 
Regis FilisB, gratulatio quadri- 
Unguis. Laty Eng., Fr., Ital. 
0. Purdow, Londini, 1625. 4to. 

C. 28. g. 22. (4.) 

— The Memorie of the most 
wortbie and renowmed Bernard 
Stuart, Lord D'Aubigni renewed. 
W hereunto are added Wisbes pre- 
sented to tbe Prince at bis Crea- 
tion. [Botb in verse.] 0, Pur- 
flow, London, 1619. 4to. 

11623. bb. 34. 
Without pagination. 


R. See Donne (J.) Death's 
duell, eto. [Tbe address to tbe 
reader subscribed R.] 1632. 4to. 

1417. b. 23. 

R. Death's loud Allarum : or, 
a perfect description of tbe frailty 
of Mans life, with some admoni- 
tions to wame all men and 
Women to repentance. [A ballad. 
By R. C. ? t.e. Richard Climsell ?] 
B, Z, 2 pts. Printed ,.. for 
J, Wright the Toungler], London, 
[1636?] Broadside foi. Rox.L78. 

The initial following the B. has 
been cut oti*. 

R., A. Clavis Homerica...[by 
A. R., t.e. Antonius Robertij. 
Huic adjicitur brevis Appendix 
de Dialectis, autbore R. P. N. N. 
Anglo, Oxoniensi, S. I. [i.e. A. 
Roberti]. Editio eecunda, priori 
correctior... opera G. P[erkin8]. 
Typi8 E. 0„ aumptxbuB 0. Emersoni, 
Londini, 1638. 8vo. 11315. a. 9. 

R., B. See Greene (R.) 
Greenes Newes both from Heaven 
and Hell ...Commended to tbe 
Presse by B. R. 1593. 4to. 

C. 40. d. 39. 

R., B. See Herodotus. Tbe 
Famous Hystory of Herodotus, 
eto. [Translated by B. R., t.e. 
B.Rich.] 1584. 4to. 294. e. 11. 

R., B., Oent. Crossing of Pro- 
verbs : A merry book... Newly 
corrected with additions. The 
last part, by B. R. Gent. [t.e. 
Nicholas Breton?]. Printed for 
W. Whitwood, London, [1616]. 8 vo. 

C. 40. a. 47. 

The titlepage is slightly muti- 
lated. The titlepage of another 
edition of this book reads, "By 
B. N., Gtent." Without pagination. 

R,, B., JH*" of Arts. See Martyn 
W.) The Historic and Lives 
f the Kings of England, from 
William theConquerourto theend 
of tbe reigne of King Henry the 
VIII....Wbereunto is now added 
the historic of King Ed. VI., of 
Qneene Mary, and Q. Elizabeth, 
by B. R., M' of Arts, etc. 
1*638. fol. G. 4761. 

R., C. Friendly Counsaile ; or 

Here's an answer to all De- 
ma nders. 

The which He declare to all By- 

Thereby to teach them how to 

A perfect Friend from a flattering 

[A ballad. By C. R., i.e. Charles 





Reoords?] ». 1. 2 pts. PrintecJ 
/or I. Tr[rt<7*<] /Afl Younger, Lon- 
don, [1635?] Broadside fol. 

Rox. I. 16. 

R., D., 5. in Divin. A Prao- 
ticall Catechisme; or a view of 
those principall trutKs of the 
word, which most directly tend 
to Life and Godlinesse... Second 
Edition. By D. R[oKers] B. in 
Divin. T. Cotes for J. Bellamie, 
London, 1633. 4to. 3506. c. 54. 

— [A] Treatise of the two 
Sacraments of the Gospell : Bap- 
tism e and the Supper of the Lord. 
...Whereunto iu annexed an Ap- 
pendix .^ Third Edition. By 
D[aniel] RTogers], etc. 2 pts. 
Printed by T, Cotes for J, Bellamie, 
London, 1635. 4to. 4326. bb. 

The titlepage is Bitghtiy mutilated. 

R., P. Meditations of Instruc- 
tion, of Exhortation, of Reprofe : 
indeavouring the edifieation and 
reparation of the house of God. 
[By F. R., i,e. Francis Rous.] 
Frinted hy L 8. for G. Qihbs and 
F. Constable, London, leie. 12mo. 

4403. aa. 

R., P. Thule, or Vertues His- P. R[onsl The first 
( — second) booke. [In verse.] 2 
pts. Printed by F. Kingston for 
H. Loumes, London, 1598. 4to. 

1077. g. 24. 

Without pagination. Pt 2 has 
a special titlepage, but the register 
is continuous throughout. 

R, G. See Henry IV., King 
of France. A letter... to the three 
estates of Frannoe... Translated out 
of French by G. R. 1589. 4to. 

1193. h. 34. 

R., H. Mythomystes wherein 
a short snrvay is taken of the 
nature and value of true poesy 
and depth of the ancients above 

our modeme poets. To which is 
annexed the Tale of Narcissus 
briefly mythologized. [In verse. 
The author's dedication subscribed 
H. R., i.e. Henry Reynolds?] 
Printed for H. Seyle, London, 
[1630?] 4to. 11623. bb. 35. 

R.^ H. Newes from the Levane 
Seas. Discribing the... events of 
...E. Glenham (the troublesome of E. Glenham, Esquire, 
made ... 1593 into the Levant 
Seas v.. With a relation of his 
trouoles, and indirect dealings 
of the King of Argere in Bar- 
baric... Written by H. R. V. I. 
W. Wright, London, 1594. 4to. 

C. 32. d. 11. 

R., H., Esq. TafjLTfjXia. On the 
happy marriage of the most accom- 
plished paire, H[ugh] R[ogers] 
esq. and the vertuous A[nneJ 
B[aynton]. Printed by L, L., 
Oxford, 1640. 4to. 11626. d. 50. 

R., J. See Pitz-Herbert {Sir 
A.) Pitzharberts Booke of 
Husbandrie ... newlie corrected, 
amended, and reduced into a 
more pleasing forme of English 
than before. [By J. R., t.e. James 
Roberta.] 1598. 4ta 

966. f. 22. (3.) 

R., J. See HoBY (Sir B.) A 
Gounter-Snarle for Ishmael Rab- 
schacheh, etc. [Being a reply to 
"The overthrow of the Protes- 
tants Pulpet Babels," by J. R.] 
1613. 4to. 3935. b. 

R., J. See Lynde (Sir H.) A 
Case for the Spectacles... in an- 
swer to a Book written by J. R. 
[i.e. John Ployd] called A Paire 
of Spectacles, etc. 1638. 4to. 

3935. b. (1.) 

R.^ J. The Countrie Mans 
Comfort. Or Religious Recrea- 
tions, fitte for all well disposed 
persons . . . Printed in ... 1 588. And 




since oorTected...and enlarged by 
the same author J. B[hode8?], 
etc. Printed,..hjf M. D., Londorty 
1637. 8vo. 11623. aa. 32. 

Without pagination. Imperfect ; 
wanting the last leaf. 

R.^ J. The Displaying of an 
horrible secte of grosse and wicked 
Heretiques, naming themselves 
the Familie of Love, with the 
lives of their Authours [i.e. D. 
Joris,and H. Nicla8]...Newelyset 
foorth by J. R[oger8j..»Whereunto 
is annexed a confession of cer- 
tain Articles, which was made by 
two of the Familie of Love... 
touching their errours, etc. (The 
erroi-s of H. N(icholas,) taken out 
his own bookes.) [With an 
Epistle to the Beader by S. Bate- 
man.j 30. Z. Few MS. Notes. 
Impnnted for Q, J^wAop, LondoUy 
1678. 8vo. C. 40. a. 7. 

Without pagination. 6ig. A-K. 

Whereunto is added 

oerteine letters sent from the 
same Family mainteyning their 
opinions, which Letters are aun- 
swered by the same J. B. [With 
an Introduction by S. Bateman.] 
id* %« Imprinted for Q, Bishop, 
London^ 1579. 8vo. C. 21. a. 8. 

— Another copy. 6. 19988. 

ILy I. An Elegie upon the 
death of the most illustrious and 
victorious prince Gustavus Adol- 
phus king of Swethland, &c. 
Composed immediately after the 
first rumours of his death, etc. 
[By I. B.] [Limdon, 1640?] 
«. 9h, fol. 669. f. 4. (1.) 

R.. I. An Epitaph on the 
Deatn of. . . John [ Wh i tgif tl Arch- 
Byshop of Canterburie...Made to 
runne upon the letters of his 
Names and Tytles, etc. [By 
I. R] W. WUte, Lonian, 
1604. 8vo. 11626. d. 61. 

Without pagination. 

R., I. A paire of Spectacles for 
Sir Humfrey Linde to see his 
way withalL Or an Answeare 
to nis booke called, Via Tuta... 
By I. B. [i,e. John Floyd]. 
Copious MS. Notes [by Sir H.. 
Lynde, and another]. [Douayf] 
1631. 8vo. 3935. aaa. 

R.^ J. A Poeme on the Einga 
...Maiesties happy Progresse into 
Scotland . . . May 1 633. [S ubscribed 
J. B.] London, 1633. 8vo. 

11623. aaa.2T. 

R.^ L Purgatories triumph 
over Hell, maugre the barking 
of Cerberus in Syr £. Hobyes 
Counter-snarle. Described in a 
letter to the sayd Knight, from 
L B. [i.e. Bobert Jenison ?] Au- 
thourof the Answereuntothe Pro* 
testants Pulpit-Babels. 1613. 4to. 

3935. c. 


R., J. The Spy, discovering 
the Danger of Arminian Heresie 
and Spanish Treacherie ; Written 
by J. B. [In verse.] SircuburgK, 
1628. 4to. 239. g. 32. 

Without pagination. 

R., I. The Trades Increase. 
[With an address to the reader, 
signed L B.] N. Okes, London^ 
1616. 4to. 1138. b. lOt 

— Another copy* 104L g. 36, 

R., I., D. of Divinity. The 
Discovery of the Man of Sinne : 
wherein is set forth the changes 
of God*s Church in 
j^^j. j afflictions by his Baigne. 

( consolations by his Buine. 
First preached in divers Sermons 
to the Universitie and Cittie of 
Oxon, by a Beverend and judi- 
cious Divine I[ohn] B[ainolds], 
D[uctor] of Divinity ... and now 
publibhed ... By W. H(inde). 
J. Barnes, Oxford, 1614. 4to. 

4452. dd. 




R., M. A President for Yong 
Fen-men ; or, the Letter Writer : 
Contayning Letters of sundry 
sorts, with their severall An- 
swers ... Fourth Impression, 
newly corrected and amended by 
the Author. [With a preface 
subscribed M. B.J 90* H. Printed 
hy J. Okes, for m, Walbanke, Lon- 
don, 1638. 4to. 1086. a. 42. 

R., N. See Heywood (T.) 
England's Elizabeth, etc. [With 
an epistle to the reader, signed 
N. R.] 1631. l2mo. 610. a. 30. 

R., P. See FoRSET (E.) A 
Defence of the right of Kings. 
(An Examination of a Position 
published by P. R. [R. Parsons] 
in the Preface of his treatise... 
concerning the lawfulnesse of the 
Popes Power over Princes, etc.) 
1624. 4to. 3935. b. 

R., P. See Morton (T.) A 
preamble unto an in counter with 
P. R. [R. Parsons] tlie author of 
the ... Treatise of Mitigation. 
1608. 4to. 3935. b. 

R., P. A Quiet and Sober 
Reckoning with M. Thomas Mor- 
ton... containing certaine imputa- 
tions of wilfull falsities objected 
to...T. M. in a Treatise of P. R. 
[i.e. R. Parsons] intituled of Miti- 
gation, some part whereof he 
hath lately attempted to answere 
in a... Preamble to a more ample 
Rejoynder promised by him ... 
There is also adjoyned a peece of 
a Reckoning with Syr E. Cooke, 
...about a Nihil dicit, & some 
other points uttered by him in 
two late Preambles to his sixt and 
seaventh Partes of Reports. 
[Douay f] 1609. 4to. 860. e. 24. 

(especially Catholiokes and Pro- 
testantes) to live togeather in duti- 
full obedience... under the govern- 
ment of his Majesty of Great 
Britainy. Against the seditious 
wry tings of Thomas Morton,... 
and some others to the contrary. 
...By P. R. [i.e. Robert Parsons]. 
[Douay f] 1607. 8vo. 1019. i. 19. 

— Another copy. 698. c. 23. 

R., P., Gent See Faust (J.) 
D'. The history of the... life and 
...death of D\ J. Faustus ... 
Translated into English by P. R. 
Gent. [1636.] 4to. 113. c. 26. 

R., R. See Rknichon (M.) 
The Confession of M. Renichon 
...concerning the bloudy enter- 
prise which by him should have 
been committed upon the person 
of County Maurice ... translated 
by R. R. 1594. 4to. 1192. f. 1. 

R., R., Catholiqus Priest. See 
JoYEUSE (H. de) Duke. The Life 
of the Reverend Fa. Angel of 
Joyeuse... Written first in the 
Frenche tongue, and now trans- 
lated into English by R. R., 
catholique Priest. 1 623. 8vo. 

862. e. 6. 

R., S. See Appelius (J.) A 
true Relation of the... death of... 
Philippus Ludovicus, Earl of 
Hanau... Translated out of the 
Germane by S. R. 1612. 4to. 

611. e. 22.(4.) 

R., S. See Bell (T.) The 
Jesuites Antepast, conteining a 
reply against a pretensed aun^ 
swere to the Down e- fall of Poperie 
lately published by...R. Parsons 
...under the letters of S. R., etc. 
1608. 4to. 3932. d. 

R., P. A treatise tending to Jt., S. See Greene (R.) 

mitigation towardes Catholicke- Greenes Ghost haunting Conie- 

Subjectes in England, wherin is catchers, etc. [Edited by S. R., 

declared, that it is not impossible t.e. Samuel Rowlands.] 1602. 4to. 

for Subjects of different religion, C. 40. d. 40. 




1626. 4to. 1080. i. 27. (3.) 

R., S. An Answer to T. Bels 
late challeng named by him the 
Downfal of Popery. Wherin al 
his arguments are answered ..By 
S. R. [t.6. Richard Smith, Bishop 
of Clialcedon]. L. Kellam, Doway, 
1605. 8vo. 3932. aaa. 

— Another copy. 3935. a. 

This bean date 1606. 

R., S. The Betraying of 
Christ. Judas in despaire. The 
seven words of our Savior on the 
Crosse. With other poems on the 
Passion. [By S. R., i.e. Samuel 
Rowlands.] A. Islip, London^ 
i:>98. 4to. C. 37. d. 31. 

Without pagination. Big. A-H. 

R., S. Doctor Merry-man : or : 
Nothing hut Mirth. Written by 
S[amuel] R[owlands. In verse]. 
Printed for 8. Band, London, 
1616. 4to. C. 39. e. 58. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for S. Band, London, 1618. 4to. 

C. 39. c. 28. 

— Another edition. Printed 
h}j A. M. for S. Band, London, 
1623. 8vo. 164. 1. 68. 

R., S. The Knave [of] Clubbs. 
Tis merry when Knaves ra[eet]. 
[Satires in verse, by S. R., i.e. 
Samuel Rowland^.] Printed... by 
E. A., London, [1611]. 4to. 

1076. i. 10. 

Without pagination. Titlepage 

R., S. The Letting of Humours 
Blood in the Head-Vaine. With 
a new Morissco, daunced by 
seaven Satyres, upon the bottome 
of Diogines Tubbe [being epi- 
grams and satires by S. R., i.e. 

Samuel Rowlands]. W. White, 
for W. F., London, 1600. 8vo. 

1076. b. 23. 
Without pagination. Cropped. 

— Another edition. Few MS. 
Notes. W. White, London, 
1611. 8vOw 1076. g. 21. 

R, S. Martin Mark- All, Beadle 
• of Bridewell: his defence and 
Answere to the Belman of Lon- 
don. Discovering the long con- 
cealed Originall and Re«;iment of 
Rogues, ... by S[amuel] R[ow- 
lands]. Id. E. Printed for J. Budge 
and B. Bonian, London, 1610. 4to. 

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RAINBOW (Edward) Bishop 
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RAINOLDS (John) Doctor 
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— A Defence of the Judgment 
of the Reformed Churches. That 
a man may lawfuUie not onelie 
put awaie his wife for her adul- 
terie, but also marrie another. 
Wherin both R. Bellarmin the 
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English pamphlet of a namelesse 
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— J. Rainoldi De Romanes 
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aquas, sails, ... aliarumq; rerum 
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duo, in quibus cum alia multa 
variorum papismi patronorum 
errata patofiunt : tiim imprimis 
Bellarmiui, Gregoriicp de Valen- 




tia, calumnisd in Calvinum ao 
ceteros Protestantes, argutiaecg 
pro Papistico idolorum cultu dis- 
catiuntur & ventilantur. Apud 
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RAINOLDS (John) Th* 
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RAINOLDS (JoH2ff) Summa 
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RANGER (Philip) See 
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RAN KINS (William) A 
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RAWLIN (Thomas) Ad- 
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prologe of this reuelacion. The 
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REYNARD (John) The 
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RHODES. Begin, [fol. 2, 
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publysshe to alle crysten people 
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ROBARTES (Foulkb) Gods 
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ROBERT, called the Devil, 
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Robert y* devyll wbicbe was 
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ROBERT, Earl of Huntington. 
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ROBERT L, King of Scotland. 
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ROBERT (J. A?-) 
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ROBERTI (Antonius) 
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ROBERTS (Alexander) A 
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wickednesse of that damnable 
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ROBERTS (Frances) Baron- 
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cymraeg, etc. [By G. R.j 
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ROBERTS (Henry) Eng- 
lands Farewell to Christian the 
fourth, famous King of Denmarke, 


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ROBERTS (Henrt) Fames 
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ROBERTS (Hugh) The day 
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the latter part of the thirde 
Chapter of the Epistle to the 
Hebrewes ... Hei^eunto is ad- 
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against fleshly lusts & against 
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ROBERTS (JA3fEs) Printer. 
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ROBERTS (John) of Weston, 
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Cannoniere: or, the Gunner's 
Guide, etc. J. Okes, London, 
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— Great Yarmouths exercise 
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applause 6f the whole Town, etc 
T. Harper, London, 1638. 4to. 

8826. b. 
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ROBERTS (John) pseud, [i.e. 




Thomas SwrNKRTOK.] A mnstre of 
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otherwyse Baming them selves 
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— (The lyfe of Hyldebrade, called 
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R O E S T (Theodore) See 
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ROGERS (John) of Dedham, 
Essex. The doctrine of faith ; 
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twelve principall points, which 
explaine the nature and use of it. 
...The third edition,... inlarged by 
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mam Yale. Delivered in two upon the whole booke of Judges, 

sermons, on 2. Cor. 13. 11, eto. preached first and delivered in 

ff. S. for E, Bretosier, London, sundrie lectures, sinoe collected and 

1621. 4to. 4474. aaa. 85. diligently perused, etu. F.Kyngsion 

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— The Penitent Citizen, or by T. 8. for T, Pavier, London, 

Mary Magdalen's Conversion ; in 1612. Svo. 4401. bbb. 24. 

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— The wild vine : or an ex- ^^^ direction as is gathered out 
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ROGERS (Richard) Preacher 1605. fol. 8752. f. 

at Wethersjield. Certaine sermons ^^ x ^ xi_ xi 

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al Wethersfield. The practice of 
Christianitie. Or, an epitome 
of Seven Treatises ... published 
in ... 1603 by ... M' R. R(oger8). 
... Contracted ... for private use 
[by S. E., i.e, Stephen Egerton ? 
With a preface by W. Gouge]. 
Imprinied by F. K, for T. Man, 
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Third edition, cor- 

rected and amended. B. AUop 
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4408. aa. 

Fourth edition, etc. 

The Assignea of T. Man, London, 
1629. 12mo. 4411. b. 

ROGERS (Thomas) Chaplain 
it) Archbishop Bancroft. See 
Augustine, SainL [Supposititious 
Works.'} A pretious booke of 
heavenlie meditations ; ... trans- 
lated... by T. Rogers. 1612. 12mo. 

4411. a. 

ROGERS (Thomas) Chaplain 
to Archbishop Bancroft. See Eng- 
land, Church of — Articles. The 
English Creede... Subscribed unto 
byT. R. 1585. fol. 3505. g. 17. 

The Faith, Doctrine, and 

religion professed... in... England 
...expressed in 39 Articles...ana- 
lised...and...prooved, etc. [By 
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1629. 4to. 3506. aa. 46. 

— See Geveren (S. a) Of 
the ende of this world, etc. 
[Translated from the Latin by 
T.Rogers.] 1577. 4to. 114. e. 32. 

[1578.] 4to. 

1616. 12mo. 1111. a. 24. 

1629. 12mo. 874. b. 14. 

A right Christian Treatise 

entituled S. Augustines Praiers : 
Published... in tiie English tong 
. . . by T. R. Whereunto is annexed 
Saint Augustines Psalter : Trans- 
lated ... by the same T. R. 
1581. 12mo. 26. 

— See Bible.— Old Tbstambnt. 
— Psalms. Selections. A Golden 
Chaine, taken out of the rich 
treasure house the psalmes of 
King David. ..published... by T.R. 
1587. 8vo. 3090. a. 

— See CiBSAB (P.) A general 
discourse against the damnable 
sect of Usurers, etc. [Translated 
from the Latin by T.R. J 1578. 4to. 

4374. d. 

[1589.] 4to. 4473. bb. 10. 

— See Habermann (J.) The 
Enimie of English 
by T. R., etc. 1580. 12mo. 

1159. b. 29. 

— See Haemmerlein (T.) a 
Kempis. Of the Imitation of 
Christ... Newlie corrected, trans- 
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704. a. 26. (1.) 

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— — Soliloqium anim» ... 
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— iSee MossE (M.) Miles Chris- 
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necessarie... writers, Specialie of 
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4103. bbb. 

ROGERS (Thomas) Chap- 
lain to Archbishop Bancroft, A 
methode unto mortification : called 
heretofore, The contempt of the 
world, and the vanitie thereof. 
Written at the first in the Spanish 
[by D. de Estella], afterward 
translated into the Italian, Eng- 
lish, and Latine tongues : now last 
of all... reformed and published 
by T. R. J. Windet, London, 
1608. 12mo. 695. a. 45. 

— Of the ende of this world, 
and second comming of Christ, 
etc. [Translated from the Latine 
of S. k Geveren, by T. R.] 
T. Oardyner, and T, Dawson, for 
A, Maunsell, London, 1577. 4to. 

114. e. 32. 

— A philosophical 1 Discourse, 
entituled, The Anatomic of the 
Minde. Newlie made and set 
forth by T. R(ogers). ». I. MS. 
Notes. Imprinted by J. C, for 
A, Maunaell, London, 1576. 8vo. 

1387. a. 10. 

— A Sermon upon the 6. 7. and 
8. Verses of the 12. Chapter of... 
Romanes made to the Confutation 
of so much of another Sermon 
[by T. Cartwright, on the same 
text] entituled A Frutful Sermon 
&c, as concerneth both the depri- 
vation of the pradsent govern- 
ment, and the perpetual and 
uni forme regiment of our Church 
b}* certaine their described Officers 
to be in everie particular Parish, 
etc. J. Windet,lLondon,] 13 April 
1590. 4to. 

— Two dialogues, or confer- 
ences (about an old question 
lately renued...). Concerning 
Kneeling in the very act of re- 
ceiving the Sacramental bread 

and wine in the Supper of the 
Lord. The fonner betweene two 
Ministers of the word, the one 
refractarie, and depri'ved; the 
other not so. The latter be- 
tweene an humorous Schismatike 
and a setled professor. H. Bal- 
lard, [London,] 1608. 4to. 

117. g. 1. 

Without pagination. 

ROGERS (Timothy) See 
Roman-Catharist. The Romau- 
Catharist, etc. [By T. R,] 
[1621.] 4to. 4136. aa. 

— Good newes from Heaven : 
or, Safe-conduct discovering many 
Treasons and horrible plots against 
every ones soule, with help from 
God against them, that... the soule 
may come safe to Heaven at 
last ... Second edition enlarged. 
Printed by G. M. for E, Brewster, 
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ROGERS (William) Apothe- 
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— Certaine sermons, upon 
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— Tractatua de vocatione 
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aliquot de modis illis, quibus Deo 
vibum est jam inde k principio 
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ROLTE (John) See Pala- 
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LOGY. The Roman Martyro- 
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G. K[eyne8] of the Society of 
Jesus. [Edited by J. W.] [Lon- 
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Romanus: liber de origine, pro- 
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ROMAN (Melchiob) The 
Conversion of Signeur M. R.... 
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ROME. See Bible.— Old Tes- 
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ROME, Church of. In this 
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onre faytb. The . z. comaude- 
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The . Tii. dedely synnes. The 
. vii. pryncypall ^tues. And the 
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— The Weather-cockeof Romes 
Religion, with her severall 
Changes: or, the World tumd 
topsie-turvie by Papists. [By 
A. Cooke.] O. Purslowe for 
J, Marriott, London, 1625. 4to. 

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ROME, Church of — Cancel- 
laria Apoatolica, A Mittimus to 
the Jubile at Rome: or the 
rates of the Popes Custome- 
House... published out of the old 
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Apostolicsd), with observations 
upon the Romish Text [which is 
given in English]. By W. Cra- 
shaw. 2 pts. Printed hy G, P. 
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111. a. 5. 

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ROME, Church of — Cardinals. 
Aphorismes of state: or... secret 
Articles for the re-edifying of the 
Romish Church agreed upon. 
the Colledge of Cardinalls and 
delivered unto Pope Gregory the 

15. a little before his death... 
Whereunto is annexed a censure 
upon the chiefs Points of that 
which the Cardinalls had con- 
cluded. By T. Scott . . . Translated 
according to the Latine and 
Netherlandish Dutch into Eng- 
lish^ Utrech., 1624. 4to. 

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ROME, Church of ^Clergy. 
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Romaine Clergie, etc. 1 623. 4to. 

3936. bb. 7. 

ROME, Church of — Congre- 
gatio Lidids. Decretum Sacree 
Congregationis ... Cardincdium ... 
ad Itidioem ]ibrorum, eorundem- 
que permissionem, prohibitionem, 
etc., in universa Repnblica Chris- 
tiana deputatorum, ubique publi- 
candum. Lot, and Eng. See 
DoMiNis (M. A. de) successively 
Bishop of Segni, etc. A manifes- 
tation of the motives whereupon 
M. A. de Dominis... undertook his 
departure, etc. 1616. 4to. 

477. a. 26. (1.) 

ROME, Church of — Curia 
Bomana, [Acta Curias Romanse 
in Causa matrimoniali cum Ca- 
tharina Regina.J Begin. Divine 
implorato PrflBsidio. De licentia 
ac concessione Sanctissimi D. N. 
et ad instantiam praeclari D. ex- 
cusatoris illustrissimi, ac inviotis- 
simi Regis Anglise, Nos S. Don- 
dolus de Pistorio..., et Michsel de 
ConradisdeTuderto..., praescripti 
...Regis... Ad vocati in sacro pub- 
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sciiptuB Conclusione8...8igillatiQi 




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ROME^ Church of. — Urban 
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matris ecclesie filii8...Jolie8 Whe- 
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Bce trTini]tatifl de walsokon Nor- 
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tatiB suis nobis 8ab[uee]iit...vij. 
ptem pme iniucte relaxauit ... 
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ROME, Church of. — Sixths 
IV., Pope. Begin. Frater Johan- 
nes kendale Turcipelerius Bhodi 
ac commissarius. A sanctissimo 
...Sixto...papa quarto et vigore 
litterarum suarum pro expedi- 
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** Provenit ex vestre (for tue) devo- 
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ROME, Church of. — ^Innocent 
VIII., Pope. Begin. Joannes de 
Gigliis alias de liliis ApPicus Sub- 
diacon^ Et in Inclito Regno An- 
glic fructuu 1 prouentuu camera 
apl'ice debitoi^ Collector Et Perse^ 
de Maluiciis decanus EccFie Sancti 
michael* de leprosceo Bononien... 
sedis apostolioe Nuntii et com- 
minsarii ... In pdicto an glie regno, 
Uniuersis presentes litteras In- 
specturis Sal u tem, etc. [ A license 
giving power to confessors to 
grant indulgences to any Chris- 
tians in England or Ireland, who 
should contribute four, three, 
two or one florin towards a 
Crusade against the Turks.] 
^. E. On Vellum. MS. Notes. 
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ROME, Church of. — Alex- 
ANDER VI., Pope. Begin. Hereafi 
foloweth the abreviacon of the 
graces, idulgeces [ ] Alexader 
vi. graiiteth to all true belevige 
people ; of every sexe [ ] nite 
of the great Hospytall of saynt 
James i Copostell, etc. 90. %. 
[Wyyihyn de Wordef London? 
1600?] a. ah. fol. C. 18. e. 2. (48.) 

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ROME, Church of, — Julius II., 
Pope, Begin, Willmus Permis- 
sione divina Catuarien Archie- 
piscopuB, etc. [An indulgence to 
those who shall contribute to the 
building of St. Peter's at Rome. 
Dated 3. May, 1508.] 13. »♦ 
[B,Pyn8on,Londontl 608.'] fol. 

C. 11. b. 11. (I.) 

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[A Bull, excommunicating liouis 
XII. King of France, and placing 
his kingdom under an inter- 
dict, for assisting Alfonso d'Este, 
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sition to the Papal arms ; also 
for having himself ravaged the 
Papal territories, and for having 
called together a Council at Pisa. 
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ROME, Church of.— Leo X., 
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majestatem, pro ejus operis confir- 
matione. See Henby VIII., King of 

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ROME, Church of. — Leo X., 
Pope, Begin, Johanes Calipolen 
episcop^ Magister dom^ scti 
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redemption of prisoners in the 
hands of the Turks. — ^21 May 
1516. — To which are added 
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— Begin, Frater P. Mulart... 
Hospitalis sancti Spiritus in Sazia 
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ROME, Church o/.— Paul III., 
Pope. See England. — Henrt 
YIII. , King. IlluBtriasimi . . . regis, 
senatus, Populi^ Angliae, sen- 
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— Consilium delectomm Cardi- 
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de emend anda Ecclesia S. D. N. 
Papa Paulo 3. ipso jubente Con- 
6criptum...An. 1538. Libellus... 
in Concil. Tridentino primnm 
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ROME, Church o/.— Pius IV., 
Pope. The Actes of the Ambas- 

sage passed at the meating of the 
Lordes and Princes of Germany 
at Naumburg in Thuring, con- 
cerning the matters there moved 
by Pope Pius IIII. in... 1561 and 
the fifth daie of February. Item, 
the aunswere of the same Lordes i 
Princes, geven to the Popes Nuntio 
upon the eight daye of February. 
Translated out of Dutche into 
Engli8he by R. W. W. it- 
J. Day, Londo, [1561]. Svo. 

4661. a. 1. 

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ROME^ Church o/.— Pius V., 
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confutation of the Popes Bull 
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ROSA (Thomas) Idasa, sive 
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ROSCIO (J. L.) psefid. [i.e. 
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ROSIER (James) A true re- 
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ROSNY, Mazimilien de B£- 
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ROUS {Sir Anthony) [Fune- 
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ROUS (FrancisI the Elder. 
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— Testis Veritatis. The Doc- 
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ROUS (Francis) the Younger. 
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ROUS (John) Ad magnifi- 
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ROUS (Philippe) Lady. [Fu- 
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— The pleasannt and wittie 
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RO WE (5tr Thomas) SeeBoE. 

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ROWLANDS (Richard) The 
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ROWLANDS (Samuel) See 
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S., T. The Qrammar Warre: 
or the eight Parts of Speach... 
altogether by the eares. Together 
with the lamentable burning of a 
Petty Schoole. [Translated from 
the "Bellum grammaticale" of 

A. Quama, by W. Haywarde. 
With a Preface signed I. S.] [Lon- 
don, 1635.] 12mo. 623. a. 27. 

S.; J. Masqnarade da Ciel: 
Presented to the Great Queene of 
the Little World a Celestiall Map, 
representing ... the late Commo- 
tions, between Saturn and Mer- 
cury about the Northern Thule... 
By J[ohn] S[adler]. Prinied by 

B. B. for 8. C, London, 1640. 4to. 

E. 238. (3.) 

S., I. Match me this Wedding ; 
A health that was drunke in 

Sider and Perrie. 
And good strong Beere to, which 

did make the lads mery. 
[A Ballad.] [Signed I. S.l 90* »♦ 
2 pts. Printed for T. Lambert, 
London, [1640?] Broadside fol. 

Box. I. 272. 

S., J. The Summarie of Eng- 
lish Chronicles. Lately collected 
and published: nowe abridged and 
continued tyl...l566. By J[ohn] 
S[tow]. ^. !♦ T. Marshe, Lon- 
don, [1566]. 16mo. 808. a. 1. 

S., J., of the Society of Jesus. 
S. Mary Magdalens Pilgrimage 
to Paradise... By J[ohn] Sfmea- 
ton], of the Society of Jesus. 
1617. 8vo. 699. o. 48. 

— The Triall of the Protestant 
Private Spirit. Wherein their 
Doctrine, making the sayd Spirit 
the sole ground & meanes of their 
Beliefe, is confuted... Written by 
J[ameB or John] S[harpe, alias 



Pollard], of the Society of Jesus. 
Pt. 2. 1630. 4to. 3935. bbb. 

Imperfect ; wanting pt. 1. 

S., J. L. See James I., King 
of Cheat Britain, etc. Flores Eegii. 
...Collected by J. L.S. 1627. 8vo. 

1075. b. 9. 

S., I. U. The Sea Fight in 
the Eoad of Gibraltar in 25. of 
Aprill last, betwixt the K. of 
Spaines Carackts and Gallions, 
and the HoUandish men of Warre, 
reported by a letter written 
a-bourd the Hollands Fleete, by 
a commaunder in the same [viz. 
I. U. S.]... translated into Eng- 
lish. IS. il« Printed for J, Harde, 
London, 1Q07. 4to. 9414. aaa. 

Six leayee, withont pagination. 

S.; M. See Ahmad I., Sultan 
of the Turks. The Great Turkes 
Defiance: or his Letter... to Sigis- 
mond...Eing of Polonia...With 
the King of Poland his replie, 
Englished... by M. S. 1613. 4to. 

9135. aaa. 

S., M. See Bolton (R.) A 
short and private Discourse be- 
tweene M' Bolton and one M. S. 
concerning Usury, etc. 1637. 4to. 

492. a. 24. (2.) 

S., M. Newes out of York- 
Shire, etc. See St., M. 

S., M. The Cmms of Com- 
fort ; with godly prayers. 
(ThankfuU Eemembrances of 
Cxods Wonderfull Deliverances 
of this Land.) [Compiled by 
M. S., i.e. Michael Spark.] Cor- 
rected and amended... 7 edition. 
Printed for M. Sparky London, 
1628. 12mo. C. 27. d. (2.) 

'Without pagination. Pt. 2 has 
a separate titlepage and register. 
Three folding plates are inserted in 
pt 2. 

S., M. A true relation of 

En glands happinesse ; under the 
raigne of Queene Elizabeth. And 
the miserable estate of Papists, 
under the Popes Tyrany. By 
M. S. [i.e. Matthew Sutcliffe]. 
^.%. [ion^n,] 1629 [1600?]. 8vo. 

4705. bb. 

The titlepage is slightly muti- 
lated. This is another copy of 
'* The BlossinopB of Mount Gerizzim 
...By M. 8. Doctor of Divinitie," 
with a different titlepage and with- 
out the preface. 

S., M., Doctor of Divinitie. The 

Blessings on Mount Gerizzim, 
and the Curses on Mount Ebal. 
or, the happie estate of Protes- 
tants, compared with the miser- 
able Estate of Papists under the 
Popes Tyrannie. By M. S[ut- 
cliffe], Doctor of Divinitie. lU. %• 
Printed for A. Hebb, London^ 
[1600?] 4to. 1019. h. 8, 

S.| M. M. See Casas (B. de 
las) Bishop of Chiapa. The 
Spanish Colonie, or Briefe Chroni- 
cle of the Acts and gestes of the 
Spaniardes in the West Indies... 
nowe first translated... by M. M. S. 
1583. 4to. G. 7104. 

S., N. N. S[impson] arithme- 
ticee compendium. Cui adijcitur 
arithmetioorum 'Ava/xn/o^s [«c] 
A. G[ill]. [London,] 1623. 8vo. 

8504. aa. 
Withont pagination. 

S., P. See Paradin (C.) The 
Heroicall Devises of... C. Paradin. 
...Tran»lated out of Latin... by 
P. S. 1691. 16mo. 246. a. 24. 

S.,SirT. SirP[hilip]S[idney] 
his Astrophel and Stella. Wherein 
the excellence of sweete poesie 
is concluded. T. Neumany Loh- 
don, 1591. 4to. C. 34. f. 39. 

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— [Another edition.] To the 
end of which are added, sundry 




other rare SonnetB of divers Noble 
men and Gentlemen. [With a 
preface by T. Nash.] Printed 
for T. Newman^ London, 1591. 4to. 

G. 11643. 

S., R. See Cepari (V.) The 
Life of B. Aloysias Gonzaga... 
Written in Latin... and translated 
into English by R. S. 1627. 8vo. 

G. 1304. 

S., R. See Drexelius (H.) 
Nicetas or the triumph over in- 
con tinencie... translated into Eng- 
lish by R.S. 1633. 8vo. 700. a. 30. 

S., R. See Drexelius (H.) 
The School of Patience... Trans- 
lated... by R. S. 1640. 12mo. 

1111. a. 25. 

S., R. A briefe Treatise to 
prooue the necessitie and excel- 
lence of the nse of Archerie, 
abstracted out of ancient and 
Modeme Writers by R. S. W. !• 
B. Johnes, London^ 1596. 4to. 

1042. 1. 41. 
Without pagination. 

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S., R. The Counter-Scuffle. 
Whereunto is added, the Counter- 
Ratt. Written by R. S[peed. 
In verse]. TT. Stanthy, Lmdon, 
1635. 4to. 11623. bb. 2. 

Without pagination. 

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London, 1637. 4to. 1077. d. 56. 

S.; R. A dialogue between 

a blind man and death. [In 

verse, signed R. S.] [London, 

1610?] 4to. . C. 12. g. 33. (2.) 

Fonr leaves, without titlepage. 

S., R. The Jesuites play at 
Lyons in France, as it 'was there 
presented, both to the amaze- 
ment of the Beholders, and the 
destruction of the Actors, in 
August last past: credibly in- 
formed by a Factors Letter [signed 

R. S.] (who was an eye-witnesse), 
etc. Printed for N. Butter, Lon- 
don, 1607. 4to. 4632. b. 

S., R. Late Newes out of 
Barbary. In a Letter [subscribed 
R. S.] written of late from a 
Merchant there, to (J. H.) a 
Gentl. not long since impolyed 
[aicj into that countrie from His 
Majestic; con tainingsome strange 
particulars of this new Saintish 
Kings proceedings, &c. (An other 
letter [Bubscribed G. B. J received 
from another friend.) "With an 
advertisement prefixed to the 
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printed for A. Jonaon, London, 
1613. 4to. 1047. g. 25. 

S., R. MoBoniad. Or, Certaine 
excellent poems and spirituall 
hymnes : omitted in the last im- 
pre.«8ion of Peters Complaint;... 
by R[obert] S[outhwell]. V. Sinu, 
for J, Buslne, London, 1595. 4to. 

C. 30. e. 18. 

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Imperfect; wanting pp. 17, 18, 
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S., R. S. Peters Complaint 
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dalen's Funerall Teares [prose], 
with Sundry other... Poems. By 
R[obert] S[outhweU]. MS. Notk. 
1616. 12mo. 855. a. 8. 

S., R. S* Peters Complainte. 
Mary Magdal. teares w*** other 
workes of the author R[obert] 
^ S[outhwell]. (MoeonisB, or, cer- 
taine excellente poems. — The 
Triumphs over Death. — Short 
rules of good life.) 5 pts. Printed 
for W. Barret, L<mdon,ie20. 12mo. 

11623. aa. 35. 

Without pagination. £ach pt. 
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11623. a. 44. 




S., R., Doctor of Divinity, Of 
the author and substance of the 
Protestant Church and Eeligion, 
two "bookes. Written first in 
Latin by R. S[mith, Bishop of 
Chalcedon,]...and now reviewed 
by the Author, and translated 
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S., B., Esquire, See Phillis. 
Phillis and Flora. The sweete 
and civill contention of two amor- 
ous Ladyes. Translated out of 
Latine by E. S. Esquire. 
1598. 4to. 78. c. 45. 

S., B., Oentleman. See Du 
Moulin (P.) Heraclitus : or medi- 
tations upon the vanity & misery 
of humane life... translated into 
English by B. S[tafford] Gentle- 
man. 1609. 12mo. 4377. a. 

— Heraclitus,... Translated by 
B. S[taflford], Gentleman. See 
Smyth (B.) Munition, etc. 
1634. 12mo. 4410. a. 

S., B., Preacher of the word ctt 
j^ley. The Countryman with 
his Household. Being a familiar 
Conference, concerning Faith to- 
wards God, and Good Workes 
before Men... By B. S. ». a. 
E, Oriffin for J. Bartlet, London, 
1620. 8vo. 3506. a. 27. 

S., B., Priest, Certain general 
Reasons, proving the Lawfulnesse 
of the Oath of Allegiance, written 
by B[ichard] S[heldon] Priest, to 
his priuat Friend. Whereunto 
is added the Treatise of... W.Bar- 
clay concerning the temporall 
power of the Pope. And with 
these is joyned the Sermon of 
T. Higgons [on Ephes. n. 4, 5, 6, 7] 
because it containeth something 
of like argument. 2pts. F.Kyng- 
ston for W. Aspley, London, 
1611. 4to. 1103. f. 8. (1, 2.) 

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S., S., The Honest Lawyer. 
[A comedy in five acts, and chiefly 
m verse.] Written by S. S. 
S. Purslowefor iJ. Woodroffe, Lonr 
dan, 1616. 4to. C. 34. b. 27. 

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Imperfect; wanting the titlepaj^e 
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S., S. G. The Lives of Epami- 
nonaas...and of Octavius Caesar 
Augustus: collected out of good 
authors. Also the lives of nine 
excellent Chieftaines of warre, 
taken out of Latine from Emylius 
Probus, by S. G[oulart] S[enli- 
sien], etc. See Plutarch. [Bto4 
HapaXX.rjXoL.'} The Lives of the 
Noble Grecians and Eomaines, etc. 
1603. fol. 10605. i. 2, 

1612, etc. fol. 609. 1. 7. 

1631. fol. 1305. m- 

S., S. G. See Saluste du Bar- 
TAS (G. de) Babilon, a part of 
the seconde weeke of G. de Saluste 
seigneur du Bartas, With the 
C ommentarie, and marginall Notes 
of S[imon] G[oulart] S[enlisien], 
etc. 1696. 4to. G. 11297. 

1625. 4to. 1073. i. 6. (1.) 

S.| T. See Marcon7ille (J. de) 
A Treatise of the good and evell 
Tounge, etc. [With a preface by 
T. S.] [1594?] 8vo. 116. a. 33. 

S., T. A Jewell for Gentrie. 
Being an exact Dictionary, or true 
Method, to make any Man under- 
stand all the Art, Secrets,... be- 
longing to Hawking, Hunting, 
Fowling and Fishing... now newly 
published, and beautified, etc. 
[An improved edition of the 




Book of Hawking, Hunting and 
Fishing by Dame Juliana Bemes, 
et^ted by T. S.] »• I. Printed 
for J. Hdmey London, 1614. 4to. 

C. 31. 0. 4. 

Without pagination. 

S.^ T. Margariton; a rich 
treasure discovered of Problemes 
and their Besolves, in three parts, 
amorous, natural!, morall and 
politique... Translated [by T. S.] 
out of French. B. Ahop and T. F. 
for 2>. ¥rerey London, 1640. 12mo. 

4404. aaa. 

With a second titlepage engrayed. 

a, T., of U. See Spain. The 
second part of Vox Populi . . . trans- 
lated out of the Spanish coppie by 
a well wilier to England and 
Holland (T. S. of U.) [or rather 
written by Thomas Scott of 
Utrecht]. 1624. 4to. 1103. e. 13. 

S., T. M. De Turco-Papismo : 
hoc est, De Turcarnm et Papis- 
tarum adversus Christi Ecclesiam 
& fidem conjuratione, eorumque 
in religione & moribus consen- 
sione & similitudine ; liber unus. 
Eidem prseterea adjuncti sunt, de 
Turoo-papistarum maledictis & 
calumniis, adversus G-. Giffordi... 
volumen illud..., quod ille Cal- 
Tino-Turcismum incripsit, libri 
quatuor, etc. [By T. M. S., t.e. 
Matthew SutcUffe.] Excudebant 
Oeorgiua Bishop, Badulphua New- 
bene, d Bober, Barker, Londini, 
1604. 8vo. 3906. aa. 

S.^ W. A Prayer... [in verse; 
translated by] W[illiam] S[eres]. 
See Papists. A Dialogue agaynst 
the Tyrannye of the Papistes, etc. 
1562. 8vo. 3932. aa. 

S-, W. See Salbsbury (W.) 

S., W. See Slatyer (Wiluam) 

S., W. See Shfth (Henry) 
Two Sermons, etc. (Foure Ser- 

mons, etc. [With preface signed 
W.S.]) 1610. 4to. 4454. b. 

S., W. See Smith (J.) Governor 
of Virginia. A map of Virginia, 
with a description of the Countrey. 
...Wbereunto is annexed the pro- 
ceedings of those colonies, since 
their departure from England... 
taken out of the writings of 
Doctor Eussell ... [revised] by 
W[iUiam] S[trachey]. 1612. 4to. 

C. 33. c. 18. 

S.. W. An Aunswere to the 
Proclamation of the Bebels in the 
North [T. Percv, Earl of North- 
umberland, and C. Nevill, Earl 
of Westmoreland. In verse, 
signed "q, (W. S.)," i.e. William 
Seres?], fc. I. W. Seres, London, 
1569. 12mo. C. 39. a. 36. 

Without pagination. One leaf 
following the titlepage appears to 
be wanting. 

S., W. The Complai n t of Time 
against the [Tu]multuous and 
Bebellious Scots... [In verse.] By 
W. S. Printed by B. A. and T. F. 
for B. Harper, London^ 1639. 4to. 

11626. d. 67. 

Four leaves, withont pagination. 
The titlepage, on which is a wood- 
out, is slightly mutilated. 

S., W. Instructions for the 
increasing of Mulberie Trees, and 
the breeding of Si Ike- worm es, for 
the making of Silke in this King- 
dome. Whereunto is annexed his 
Majesties Letters to the Lords 
Liefetenants . . . tending to that pur- 
pose. [The address to the Reader, 
in this edition, subscribed W. S.] 
Printed by E. A. for E. Edgar, 
London, 1609. 4to. B. 632. (2.) 
Without pagination. With plates. 

S., W. The lamentable tragedie 
of Locrine, the eldest sonne of 
King Brutus, [in five acts and in 
verse,] discoursing the warres of 




the Britaines, and Hunnes, with 
their discomfiture : the Britaines 
victorie...and the death of Alban- 
act... Newly set faorth, overseene 
and corrected. By W. S. [Some- 
times attributed to W. Shake- 
speare.] T. Oreede, London, 
1596. 4to. C. 34.b. 28. 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. 239. e. 82. 

— Another copy. Few MS. 
Notes [by G. Steevens]. 80. d. 1. 

S., W. A new Balade or Songe, 
of the Lambes Feast. — (Another, 
out of Goodwill.) [Two broad- 
sides of 27 verses."! 30. S* 
{^London,'] 1574. Broadside fol. 

Eox. III. 8, 9. 

S., W. The Puritaine, or the 
Widdow of Watling^streete. [In 
five acts, in prose and verse.] 
Acted by the Children of Paules. 
Written by W. S. [i.e. VVentworth 
Smith? frequently but erroneously 
attributed to W. Shakespeare]. 
O. Eld, London, 1607. 4to. 

C. 34.1. 4. 
Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 15. 

S., W. The True Chronicle 
Historic of the whole life and 
death of Thomas Lord Cromwell. 
...Written by W[entworth?] 
S[mith ? A drama in verse, attri- 
buted to W. Shakespeare]. T. Snodr- 
ham, London, 1613. 4to. 

C. 34. b. 14. 
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S., W., Doct. in divinitie. Chap- 
laine to h%8 Majesiie. The Black- 
Smith. A Sermon [on 1 Sam. xiir. 
19] preached at White-Hall, be- 
fore the Kings ... majcstie, etc. 

MS. Notes. E. AUdefor M. Clarke^ 
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The dedication Ib signed *' W. 8." 

S.y W., Franciscnn of the Order 
of Penance. See Staney (W.) 

S.y W., Gentleman. A com- 

pendiouB or briefe examination of 

oertayne ordinary complaints, of 

divers of our countrymen in these 

our dayes, etc. By W[illiam] 

S[tafford] Gentleman. ». I. 

T. MarsJie, London, 1581. 4to. 

8276. a. 

The running head-title is, "A 
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S., Z. See H., T. The Chris- 
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Deniall, and Selfe-Tryall ... By 
T. H[ooker; edited by Z. S.]. 
1640. 4to. 4404. g. 

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Fabularum Ovidiilnterpretatio... 
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SACKVILLE (Thomas) Earl 
of Dorset, The complaint of 
Henry Duke of Buckingham. See 
Baldwin (W.) A Myrrour for 
Magibtrat€«, etc. 1571. 4to. 

C. 21. a 32. 

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SADEEL (Antoine^ See La 
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SADLER (John) KD. Praxis 
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SADLER (John) M.D. The 
Sicke Womans private Looking- 
glasse wherein methodically are 
handled all uterine affects, or 
diseases arising from y* wombe, 
eta Printed for P. Stephens & 
0. Meredith, London^ 1636. 12mo. 

1175. a. 7. 

Titlepage engraved. 

Priest, The Safegarde from Ship- 
Wracke,eto. 1618. 8yo. 3936. aa. 

SAILOR. A pleasant new 
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LoTC. V. %• 2 pts. Printed 
for F. a, London, [1640?] Broad- 
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nigh Shooter's Hill. [A tragedy, 
in verse and prose,] etc. 3S. i» 
"F. Sims for W. Aapley, London^ 
1599. 4to. 161. b. 13. 

Withoat pagination. 

SANDERS (Nicholas) See 
AcwoRTH (G.) De Visibili 
Homanarchia contra N. Sanderi 
Mouarchiam irpoXeyoficvtov Libri 
duo,etc. 1573. 4to. 697. f. 10.(1.) 

— See Bridges (J.) Bishop of 
Oxford. The Supremacie of 
Christian Princes... Against N. S. 
his Visible Monarchic of the 
Bomaine Church touching the 
oontroversie of the Princes Supre- 
macie. 1573. 4to. 1127. g. 2. 

— See FuLKE (W.) D. Heskins, 
D. Sanders and M. Rastel ac- 
conn ted . . . three pi Hers and Arch- 
patriarches of the Popish Syna- 
gogue ... overthrowne and de- 
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A rejoynder to Bristows 

Replie in defence of Aliens scroll 
of Articles... Also the cavils of 
N. Sander,... about the Supper 
of our Lord and the Apologie of 
the Church of England, teaching 
the doctrine thereof, confuted by 
W.Fulke,etc. 1581. 8vo. 3932. e. 

A Retentive to stay good 


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the daungerous rocke of the 
Popish Church, commended by N. 
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SANDERS (Nicholas) See 
Mason (F.) Of the Consecration 
of the Bishops in the Church of 
England... Five bookes: wherein 
they are cleared from the slanders 
...of... Sanders... and other Roman- 
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1625. fol. 4103. g. 

1638. foL 695. i. 6. 

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Calumniarum quarundam ex- 
amine, qu» continentur in sep- 
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Brocardo (G.) Begin, The Prae- 
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SANFORD (John) ApoUinis 
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...Regiuffi Elizabethae...Oxoniam 
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SANSOVINO (Francesco) 
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SAPPHO. Sapho and Pbao. 
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SARA VIA (Hadrianus) De 
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gradibus... liber unus, cui duo alii 
additi, alter deHonore qui debetur 
ecclesiarum pas tori bus, alter de 
Sacrilegijs & Sacrilegorum poenis. 
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— D. Saravia 1. Of the diverse 
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Gospell ; 2. Of the Honor which 
is due unto the Priestes and Pre- 
lates of the Church ; 8. Of Sacri- 


S A V 


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SARA VIA (Hadrtanus) Vin- 
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SARCERIUS (Erasmus) 
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SATAN. A Conference, con- 
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SATIRiE. Satyrae seriae : or, 
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Ephemerides. Savage... a new 
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SAVILE (John) King James 
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SAVILE (Thomas) The rais- 
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such people as are afflicted ey ther 
in minde or Conscience. Printed 
for W. Welby, London, 1606. 4to. 

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violo his Practise, in two Bookes. 
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SAUL (Arthur) The famous 
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56. a. 8. 

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SAUMAISE (Claude de) See 
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Imperfect; wanting the portrait 
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SCALIGER (Joseph Juste) 
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Kaivq^ ALaOrjKT]^ d7raKTa...cuin No- 
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C. 27. e. 11. 

1633. 8vo. 683. c. 13. (3.) 

SCAPULA (Joannes) Lexicon 
GrsBco-Latinum novum. ..cui ap- 
pendix e8t...Gr8Bci Idiomatis In- 
dex... Ad hsec, auctarium extat 
dialect orum omnium k J. Zwin- 
gero . . . Editio novissima, . . . auctior, 
annexe... Latino indice L. Martii 
...indi]stri& 8electo,...Huo acces- 
fiit... Lexicon Etymologicum Lin- 
guae Gr8ec8B...autore I. Harmaro, 
etc. Typia T. Harperi, Impensis 
J, Norton dc B. Whitakeri, Londini, 
1637. fol. 434. i. 20. 

Some portions of the work are 
separately paged. 

SCARPERIA. Hevy newes 
of an horryble earthquake whiclie 
was in the cytie of Scharbaria in 
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SCHARPIUS (Patriciub) 
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Alas pooro SchoUer, 

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TESfPLE. Explicit the temple of 
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SCOLOKER (Anthony) See 
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SCOT (Edmund) A discourse 
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SCOT (Gregory) A briefe 
Treatise agaynst certayne errors 
of the Romish Church. Very 
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and auncient writera [In verse.] 
)$»E« J.Awdeley^London.lblA:, 8vo. 

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SCOT (John) Cousin of Lord 
ScotstarveL In Serenissimi ... 
Regis Jacobi Sexti, e Scotia sua 
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Schediasmata miscellanea. [In 
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SCOT (Thomas) Philomythie 
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SCOTLAND. [The Com- 
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SCOTLAND, Church of.— 
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gesses, Ministers, and Commons, 
in the yeare of God 1638. [Edin- 
bttr^A? 1638?] 4to. 3505. e. 53. 

— Another copy. 116. f. 26. 

— Confessio Fidei Ecclesiea 
Scoticanaa. [Edinburgh f] 1638. 4to. 

116. f. 27. 

Without pagination. 

General Assembly. Actes of the 
Generall Assembly for cleering 
and confirming thc.bookes of 
Discipline, etc. See supra : Church 
of. The first and second Booke 
of Discipline, etc. 1621. 4to. 

1 230. a. 2. 

— An Information (revised ac- 
cording to the ordinance of the 
General Assembly) to all go<jd 
Christians within the kingdome 
of England, from the Noblemen, 



Barrens. ..of... Scotland, for vindi- 
cating their intentions and actions 
from the unjust callumnies of 
their enemies. J, Bryson, Edin- 
burgh, 1639. 4to. 4176. a. 
Slightly cropped. 

SCOTLAND, Church of.— 
General Assembly. The order and 
doctrine of the generall fast, 
appoynted by the geneiall as- 
sembly of the Churches of Scot- 
land. Holden at Edinburgh the 
25 day of December 1565. [Edin" 
burghf 1566?] 16mo. 4405.a.(2.) 

— Another edition. Printed for 
T.P.,London,1603. 8vo. 693.C.40. 

— The principall acts of the... 
General Assembly of the Kirk of 
Scotland... Conveened at Glasgow 
the 21 of November 1638. Edin- 
burgh, 1639. fol. 491. 1. 23. (1.) 

— The Protestation of the 
Generall Assembly of the Kirke 
of S., and of the... Subscribers of 
the Covenant lately, made at the 
Mercate Crosse of JEdinburgh the 
18. of December . 1 638. J. Bryson, 
Edinburgh, 1639. 4to. 

1225. c. 19. (1.) 

Without pngination. 

— Another copy. 110. a. 6. 

This copy differs from the pre- 
ceding in having an approbation 
printed on the last page. 

— Eeasons for a Generall As- 
semblie. [Edinburgh?] 163S. 4to. 

110. a. 6. 
Without pagination. 

— A Re-examination of the 
five articles enacted at Perth 
anno 1618. To wit. Concern- 
ing the communicants gesture in 
the act of receaving. The obser- 
Tation of festivall dayes. Epis- 
copall confirmation or bishopping. 
The administration of baptisme 
and the Supper of the Lord in 


-privat places. (A passage of 
Master William Cowper, pre- 
tended Bishop of Gallaway his 
sermon, delivered before the 
States anno 1606, etc.) [Perth,] 
1636. 4to. 851. e. 3. 


Ministers. See Borne (N.) The 
Disputation concerning the con- 
troversit Headdis of Eeligion,... 
betuix the prsetendit ministeris 
of the deformed Kirk in Scotland 
and N. Bume, etc. 1581. 8vo. 

699. b. 5. (1.) 

— Boanerges. Or the humble 
supplication of the Ministers of 
Scotlaad, to the High Court of 
Parliament in 'England. (Con- 
cerning non-residents, formalists, 
and other abuses of the clergie, 
etc.) Edinburgh,1624:. 4to. 4175. b. 

— The grievances given in by 
the Ministers before the Parlia- 
ment holden in June 1633. Pro- 
positions concerning kneeling bo- 
fore the bread in the Sacrament. 
Master W. Coupers Letter to the 
Bishop of Dumblane. The Bi- 
shops instruction to Master G. 
Hammiltoun, Bishop of Galloway. 
M'. G. Gladstones letter to the 
King. Master W. Struthers 
letter to the Earle of Airth. 
[Edinburgh f] 1 635. 8 vo. 

1369. a. 65. 

SCOTLAND.— Cbt?€nan/. The 

Protestation of the noblemen, 
Barrens, Gentlemen, Borrowes, 
Ministers, and Commons, sub- 
scribers of the Confession of Faith 
and Covenant, lately renewed 
w^ithin the Kingdome of Scotland, 
made at the Mercate Crosse of 
Edinburgh, the 4. of Julij im- 
niediatly after the reading of the 
proclamation, dated 28. June 
. 1638. [Edinburgh,] 1638. 4to. 

110. a. 3. 

Without pagination. Sig. A-G. 




SCOTLAND.— CW^an/. The 

Protestation of the Noblemen... 
and Commons ; subscribers of the 
Confession of Faith and Covenant, 
lately renewed within the King- 
dome of Scotland, made at the 
Mercate Crosse of Edinburgh the 
22. of September, immediatly after 
the reading of the proclamation 
dated September 9. 1638. [Edin- 
burgh,] 1638. 4to. 110. a. 8. 

Without pagination. Sig. A-G. 

— The Eemonstranoe of the 
Kobilitj, Barones, Burgesses, 
Ministers and Commons within 
the Eangdome of Scotland vindi* 
eating them and their proceedings 
from the crymes, wherewith they 
are charged by the late proclama- 
tion in England, Feb. 27. 1639. 
cT. Bryson, Edinburgh, 1639. 4to. 

873. e. 63. 

— Another copy. 113. i. 41. 

— Another edition. J. Bryson, 
^tn&ur^A, 1639. 4to. 111. d. 14. 

SC OTL AND, EpUcopdl Church 
of, — Archhiahops and Bwiops, The 
Declinatour and Protestation of 
the some some-times pretended 
Bishops, presented in face of the 
last Assembly. Befuted and 
fonnd futile, etc. J. Bryson, 
Edinburgh, 1639. 4to. 110. a. 9. 

— [Another edition.] The 
Declinator and protestation of 
the Archbishops and Bishops, of 
the Church of Scotland, and 
others their adherents within 
that Eingdome. Against the 

Eretended generall Assembly 
olden at Glasgow Novemb. 21. 
1638. /. Baw€rth,for Q. Thomaaon 
and 0. PuUen, London^ 1639. 4to. 

4175. a. 

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— Een cort verhael van de 
Misdaden...die de Schotse Bis- 
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VOL. in. 

om 't welcke sy verworpen sijn 
uyt de Kercke van Schotland. 
Met de Namen der gene die op 
de laetste Generale Vergaderinge 
[held April 1562] waren, daerin 
de Bisschoppen verworpen wier- 
den. J. Bryson, Edinburgh, 
1639. 8vo. 4175. de. 20. 

SCOTLAND^ J^iscopoZ Church 
of. — Canons. Canons and constitu- 
tions ecclesiasticall gathered and 
put in forme for the governament 
of the Church of Scotland, etc. 
E. Baban, Aberdene, 1636. 4to. 

C. 37. d, 29. 

SCOTLAND, J^cqpoZ Church 
of— -Provincial Council.— Catechitm. 
TheCatechisme, That is to say,ane 
comone and catholik instructioun 
of the christin people in materis of 
our catholik faith and religioun, 
quhilk na gud christin man or 
woman suld misknaw: set furth 
be ye maist reuerend father in 
God Johne Aschbischop of sanct 
Androus, Legatnait and primat 
of ye kirk of Scotland, in his pro- 
vincial counsale haldio at Edin- 
burgh the XX vi. day of Januarie, 
the zeir of our Lord 1561, etc. 
)$* 2* sanct Androus ; 1552. 4to. 

C. 25. c. 3. 
Sliglitly mutilated. 

— Another copy. G. 12021. 

SCOTLAND, Kirk of 
See supra : Church of 

SCOTLAND.— rtn^<. Abriefe 
Chronicle of all the Kinges of S. 
E. Baban for D, Melvill, Aherdene, 
1623. 16mo. 682. a. 9. (2.) 

— A Catalogue of the Kings 
of Scotland. Together with their 
severall Armes, Wives, and Issue. 
London, IQIO. fol. 600. k. 4.(1.) 

— A table of all the Einges of 
Scotland, declaring quhat zeir... 
they began to reigne, etc. (A table 
of the moueable feastes for 60 





zeires to cum.) [Edinburgh? 
1597?] fol. 6805. b. (7.) 

A fragment ooDBisting of eight 
leaves. Big. F and G. Without 

SCOTLAND . — Parliament 
Informations, or a protestation 
(offered to the Parliament at S. 
Johnston's, 1. Julii, 1606) and a 
treatise (of Eirke Government) 
from Scotland. Seconded with 
D. Eeignoldes his letter to Sir F. 
Enollis. And Sir F. KnoUis his 
Speach in Parliament. All sug- 
gesting the usurpation of Papal 
Bishops. [With an "Epistle to 
the Keader" by the Printer.] 
1608. 8vo. 4175. de. 22. 

— Another copy. 4175. a. 

Imperfect; wanting the titlepage 
and the ** Epistle to the Beader." 

— Information from the Estaits 
of the kingdome of Scotland to 
the kingdome of England. [Lon- 
don,] 1640. 4to. 8142. a. 

— A remonstrance concerning 
the present troubles from the 
meeting of the estaees [sic] of... 
Scotlond, Aprill 16. [1640] unto 
the Parliament of England. [Edin- 
burgh f] 1640. 4to. E. 177. (6.) 

—Another copy. E. 1943. (16.) 

— A true representation of the 
proceedings of the Kingdome of 
Scotland since the late pacifica- 
tion : by the Estates of the king- 
dome: against mistakings in the 
late declaration, 1640. (The pro- 
ceedings of the Commissioners 
sent from the Parliament of 
Scotland to the King.) 2 pts. 
[London f]164cO. 4to. 

600. e. 26. (1, 2.) 

BCOTliAND.— Statutes. Thd 
Actis and Constitutiounis of the 
Bealme of Scotland maid in Par- 
liamentis haldin be thc.Eingis 
James the First, Secund, Thrid, 

Feird, Fy ft, and in Tyme of Marie 
now Queue of Scottis, viseit, cor- 
rectit, and extraotit furth of the 
Begisters be the Lordis depute 
be hir Maiesties speciall commis* 
sioun thairto. [Edited by Ed- 
yard Henrison.] B, Lek^eiUi, 
Edinburgh, 1666. fol. C.15.b.ll. 

Bound for Mary, Queen of Soot- 
land, with her arms on the coven. 

— Another copy. 509. g. 19. (1.) 

With a different titlepage, and 
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SCOTLAND.— 5to<utet. The 
Laws and Actes of Parliament, 
maid be King James the First 
and his sucoessours Einges of 
Scotland yisied, collected and 
extracted furth of the Begister 
[by Sir J. Skene]. (The inter- 
pretation of the termes...used in 
the foure buiks of Begiam Majes- 
tatem and uthers, etc.) 3 pts. 
MS. Notes. B. Walde-grave, Edin- 
burgh, 1597. fol. 509. g. 12. 

With a second general titlepage 
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gister, and pt. 3 has a distinct title- 
page and register. 

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509. d. 1. (1 and 3,) 

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S C O T L A N T> .—Statutes.— 
James VI. [The Actis of Parlia- 
ment ofj . . . James the sezt . . . king 
of Scottis, begun and haldin at 
Edinburgh, the XV. day of De- 
cemb. The zeir of God ane thou- 
sand, fyve hundretth LXVll.zeir. 
15* S. Bobert Lelcp-euih, Edin- 
burgh, 1568. fol. 709. h. 10. 

Slightly mutilated. 

— Another copy. 509. g. 22. (1.) 

TiUepage in MS. 




— Another edition. [Together 
with the '* Actis and Aitickles... 
red in the face of Parliament, and 
ratifyit be the thre Estatis. At 
Edinburgh the 17. day of Augnst, 
the zeir of God . 1660. zeiris."] 
V.%. J.Bo8,Edinlmrgh,1575. fol. 

509. f. 19. 

SCOTLAND .—Statutes.— 
3 AMISS YI. In the Parliament be- 
gunne at Striviling, the XXVIII. 
day of Augnst,... ane thousand 
fyye hundreth thre sooir and 
elleyin zeiris ... The actis and 
Constitutiounis following war 
ooncludit to be observit as Lawis 
in tyme cumming. )3. E« 
Sobert Lekprevikj Sanctandrois, 
1573. fol. 509. g. 21. 

— Another edition. [With the 
Acts passed the last day of April, 
1673.J ».!• J. Bos, Edinburgh, 
1675. fol. 609. f. 19. (2.) 

— In the Parliament haldin at 
Striviling the 25 day of Julij, 
[and] (at Edinburgh the 20 day 
of October )...ane thousand fyve 
hundreth thre scoir, and auchtene 
zeiris. Thir Lawis, statutis, and 
Constitutiounis ar devysit, or- 
danit, and concludit be the richt 
Excellent... Prince James the Sext, 
etc. V* %• J. Bos, Edinburgh, 
1679. fol. 509. g. 20. 

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— In the Parliament haldin and 
begun at Edinburgh the XXIIII. 
day of October the Zeir of God, 
ane thousand, fyve hundreth, 
four scoir, ane zeiris Thir Lawis, 
Statutis ... ar devysit. 3$. Z« 
H.Charteris, Edinburgh, 15S2. fol. 

509. g. 19. (3.) 

— In the current Parliament 
haldin at Edinburgh, the XXII. 
day of Maij, the zeir of God ane 
thousand fyve hundreth, fourscoir 
four zeirs, thir Lawis, Statutis... 

ar devysit, etc. V* %« A. Ar- 
buthnet, Edinburgh, [1585 ?] fol. 

509. g. 19. (4.) 

SCOTLAND .—Statutes.— 
James VL Begin. TheXVI(-XX) 
parliament of king James the sext 
halden at Edinburgh the XV day 
of November... 1600. (Collected, 
visied and extracted foorth of the 
Buikes and Register of the Actes 
of Parliament be... Sir J. Skene, 
etc.) [Edinburgh, 1609.] fol. 

5805. b. (2.) 

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— The acts made in the XXII. 
Parliament, halden ... at ... Edin- 
burgh, the XXVIII day of June, 
...1617. T. Finlason, Edinburgh, 
1617. fol. 708. i. 2. 

— [Another edition.] The 
XXII Parliament of... James... 
Kin g of Scotl and . . . &c. Halden . . . 
at Edinburgh the 28 day of June 
1617, etc. [Edinburgh, 1611.] fol. 

5805. b. (3.) 

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— The XXIII. Parliament of 
...James. ..King of Scotl and... &c. 
Halden at Edinburgh the 4 day 
of August 1621. by... James Mar- 
quis of Hamilton... Commissioner 
. . . appointed . . . Extracted foorth of 
the registers... By Sir G. Hay, 
etc. jT. Finlason, Edinburgh, 
1621. fol. 5805. b. (4.) 

— Another edition. T. Fin- 
lason, Edinburgh, 1621. fol. 

C. 21. d. 17. 

S C O T L A N "D.-Statutes.- 
Charles I. The Acts made in 
the first Parliament of... Charles 
...King of Great Britaine... Edinburgh, upon the 
twentie eight day of June... 1638. 
B. Young, Edinburgh, 1633. fol. 

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S C O T L A N D.— James VI., 

King. The copie of the Procla- 
matioun set furth be the Eiugis 
Maiestie and his Counsall, for ane 
Conuentioun of the professouris 
of the trew Eeligioun within this 
realmo, to consult and deliberate 
upon the imminent dangeris and 
Conspiracies of the Papistis. 
[Oct. 3, 1572.] Id. a* Robert Lek- 
preu%k,Sanctandrois,l672,, fol. 
' C. 18. e. 2. (112.) 

— Ane Declaratioun of the just 
and necessar causis, moving us of 
the Nobillitie of Scotland and 
uthers ye Kings Maiesties faith- 
ful Subjectis, to repair to his 
Hienes presence, and to remane 
with him for resisting of the 
present daingeris appearing to 
Goddis trew religion and profes- 
Bours thairof, & to his Hienes 
awin person, estait & croun & 
his faithful subjecteiB...(&.to seik 
redres & reformatioun of the 
abuse... of the Commoun wealth, 
etc. Derectit from Strivilling 
with speciall command and 
licence to be pren tit Anno . 1582. 
[Stirling f 1582.] 8vo. 

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— A Declaration of the just 
causes of his Majesties proceeding 
against those Ministers, who are 
now lying in prison attainted of 
high Treason. Set foorth by his 
Majesties Counsell of his king- 
dome of Scotland. B, Barker, 
London, 1606. 4to. 1093. b. 69. 

SCOTLAND.— Charles L, 

King, Begin, Charles by the 
grace of God, etc. (His Majesties 
determination upon the first gene- 
rail Submissions.) [Decrees re- 

lating to tithes, etc. 2 Sept. 1 629.] 
Edinburgh, [1629]. fol. 

5805. b. (6.) 

Without titlepage. 

S C O T L A N D.— Charles I., 
King. Begin. Charles... King, etc. 

t Being Letters, empowering the 
^rovost and Baillies of Edinburgh 
to collect, in Edinburgh, the tax 
payable under an Act of the Par- 
liament of Scotland reducing the 
rate of interest from ten to eight per 
cent, and granting to the Govern- 
ment the two per cent, kept back 
from the creditor.] (Given at 
Edinburgh the twentie eight day 
of June, 1633.) lEdinburgh, 1633.] 
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Service Book, Book of Canons, 
High Commission, etc. The con- 
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Scotland. With other documents 
relating to the Church of Soot- 
land.] Begin. Charles, by the 
grace of God, etc. B. Young, 
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— A large declaration concern- 
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from their first originalls: To- 
gether with a particular deduc- 
tion of the seditious Practices of 
the prime Leaders of the Cove- 
nanters: collected out of their 
owne foule Acts and Writings: 
By which it doth plainly appeare, 
that Heligion was onely pretended 
by those Leaders, but nothing 
lesse intended by them. By the 
King. [Drawn up by Dr. Bal- 
canquall.] B. Young, London, 
1639. fol. G. 5418. 

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SCOT L A N D.— Charles L, 
King, His Majesties Proclamation 
in Scotland [dated, Deo. 8«» 1638] : 
with an Explanation of the mean- 
ing of the Oath and Covenant. 
By ... his Majesties High Com- 
missioner [i.e. James, Marqnis of 
Hamilton]. 2 pts. B. Young, 
London, 1639. 4to. 491. d. 30. 

Ft. 2 has a separate titlepage 
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— Another copy of pt. 2 only. — 

T. 1015. (8.) newl 

— His Majesties Declaration 
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his Subjects of Scotland, since the 
Pacification in the Camp neere 
Berwick. B. Young ; and B. Bad- 
ger^ London, 1 640. 4to. 8142. b. 

With a portrait of Charles I. 

SCOTS. See S., W. The 
Complaint of Time against the 
rTn]mnltnous and Bebellions 
Scots. [In verse.] 1639. 4to. 

11626. d. 67. 

— The Lawfulnesse of our [the 
Scots] expedition into England 
manifested. Printed first in Scot- 
land, by B. Bry8on...Beprinted in 
England, by Margery Mar-Prelat, 
1640. 4to. E. 1943. (15.) 

SCOTT (Edmund) An exact 
Pisconrse of the Subtilties, Fashi- 
shions [sic'], Pollicies, Beligion 
and Ceremonies of the East In- 
dians, as well Chyneses as lavans 
... the manner of trading with 
those people, aswell by us Eng- 
lish, as by the Hollanders: as 
also what hath happened to the 
English Nation at Ban tan... since 
the 2. of February 1602... Where- 
unto is added a briefe Description 

of lava Maior. Printed by W, W, 
for W. Burre, London, 1606. 4to. 

582. e. 3. 
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SCOTT (Sir Michael) The 
Philosophers banquet. Newly 
furnished ... with severall dishes. 
...[Translated from the Latin of 
Sir M. Scott.] The second edition, 
newly corrected and inlarged... 
By W. B. Esquire. Printed by 
T. 0. for L. Becket, London, 
1614. 8vo. 1038. a. 37. (1.) 

The third edition, 

newly ... inlarged ... by W. B., 
Esquire. Printed for N. Vavas- 
8our, London, 1633. 12mo. 

1038. a. 37. (2.) 

— Another copy. 8404. a. 

— Another copy. 234. a. 25. 

SCOTT (Thomas) B.D., Mi- 
nister at Utrecht. See Belgic Pis- 
mire. The Belgicke Pismire : 
stinging the slothfuU Sleeper, 
etc. [By T. S.] 1622. 4to. 

491. b. 23. (1.) 

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Belgick-Souldier, etc. [By T. S.] 
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ghost. Sent from Elizian : to the 
nobility, gentry, and communal- 
tie of England. [By T. Scott.] 
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— See Digitus. Exod. 8. 19. 
Digitus Dei. [A sermon, by T. S.] 
[1623.] 4to. 1103. e. 8. 

— See England. England's 
Joy for suppressing the Papists. 
[By T.Scott?] 1624. 4to. 873. g. 7. 

— See I., S. R. N. 




SCOTT (Thomas) B.D., Mi- signed : " Thorn: Scott."] London, 
nUter at Utrecht. See James I., 1622, 23. 4to. G. 3801. (1-5.) 

King of Great Britain, etc. Cer- 
tain Kea8ons...Why the King of 
England should hereafter give 
over all further Treatie, and enter 
into warre with the Spaniard. 
[By T. Scott.] 1624. 4to. 

1103. e. 21. 

Symmachia : or, a True- 

Loves Knot, etc. [By T. S.] 
[1625?] 4to. 

With a portrait of T. Soott. The 
tracts of which this Tolume is com- 
posed have each a separate title- 
P^S^i pagination, and reg^ter, 
except "Vox Populi,'* which has 
no special titiepage. They were 
also issued separately. Imperfect ; 
wanting the third leaf of the addreas 
** To the Reader " in " Vox Eegis."^ 


SCOTT (Thomas) B.D,, Mi^ 
1103. e. 11^ nister at Utrecht. The Belgicke 

Pismire ; stinging the slothfull 
— See Netherlands, United Sleeper and awaking the diligent 
Provinces of the. A Kelation of to fast, watch and pray :... Where- 
some speciall points concerning unto is added the Projector (de- 
the State of Holland, etc. [By livered in a Sermon [on Prov. xi7. 
T. S.?] 1621. 4to. 8081. a. 34]), etc. [London f] 1623. 8vo. 

— See Parnassus. Newes 
from Pemassus, etc. [By T. S.] 
1622. 4to. 1103. e. 67. 

694. c. 38. 

Slightly cropped. 

— Christs Politician, and 
Salomons Puritan. Deliuered in 

— See Raleigh (Sir W.) Sir two sermons [on Matt. x. 17, and 
W. Rawleighs Ghost, or Eng- Eccles. vn. 18], preached before 
lands Forewamer, etc. [ByT.S.l the Kings Maiestie. E. Griffin 
1626. 4to. E. 1943. (5.) for F. Constable, London, IQ 16. 4to. 

— See Rome, Church of— Car- ^^^' ***' ^' ^^'^ 
dinaU Aphonsmes of State .. _ The High-Waies of God and 
agreed the Colledge of ^he King. Wherein all men 
Cardinals m Rome... W hereunto ought to walke in holinesse here. 
18 annexed a censure upon the to happinesse hereafter. De- 
chiefe points of that which the u^ered jn two sermons [on Prov. 

S% i^9A « ^''^±^- ?/ ^v.l2]. London, 1623. 4to. 
T. S. 1624. 8vo. 1103. e. 18. ■• ^^^Qg ^ ^^ 

— See S., T., of U. 

— See Spain. VoxPopuli. Or, 
Newes from Spayne, translated 
according to the Spanish coppie 
[or rather written by T. Scott], 
etc. 1620. 4to. 1093. b. 80. 

— Vox Populi. — ^Vox Dei. — 
Vox Regis. — Digitus Dei. — The 
Belgick Pismire. — The Tongue- 
Combat. — Symmachia or the 
True-Loves knot. — The High- 
Wayes of God and the King. — 
The Projector. [The preface 

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— Another copy. 694.d.l7.(10.) 

— The Proiector. Teaching 
a... way to restore the decayes of 
the Church and State both in 
Honour and Revenue. De- 
livered in a sermon [on Prov. xiv. 
34] before the Judges in Norwich 
...anno 1620. London, 1623. 4to. 

1103. e. 14. 

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SCOTT (Thomas) B,D., Mi- 
nister ai Utrecht A Briefe and 
true relation of the Mnrther of... 
T. Scott committed by J. Lam- 
bert ... 1 626. with his Examination 
...and Execution. (A Funerall 
Elegietipon...T. S.) Printed for 
N. BuUer, London, 1628. 4to. 

0. 27. 0. 18. 

SCOTT (Thomas) Poe<. [Four 
Paradoxes : of Arte, of Lawe, of 
Warre, of Service. In verse.] 
ILondan, 1602.] 8vo. C. 39. a. 63. 

Without pagrination. Imperfect; 
wanting the titlepage. 

SCOTT (William) An essay 
of drapery; or, The compleate 
Citizen trading justly, pleasing- 
ly, profitably. Eli, Allde for 
S. Pemell, London, 1635. 12mo. 

713. a. 4. 

With an additional titlepage 

SCOURGE. See D., J. A 

Scourge for Paper-Persecutors, 
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— See F., R., Doctor in Divinitie, 
A sermon [on Heb. vi. 16], etc. 

1612. 12mo. 4474. a. 41. (2.) 

— See S., D. A godly, learned 
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[1584.] 8vo. 4474. a. 50. 

— See T., I., Minister of God's 
Word. A Sermon [on James iv. 8] 

preached at Paules Crosse, etc 
1596. 8vo. 4474. a. 61. 

SERMON. Se^ W.. T. A 

sermo . . . preached at Pa wles Crosse 
on Sunday the thirde of Novem- 
ber, 1577, in the time of the 
plague, etc. 1578. 8vo. 

4474. a. 33. 

— A fruitfuU Sermon, upon 
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— A godly and fruitefuU Ser- 
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V. a. [London, 1 580 ?] 8vo. 

4474. a. 19. 
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SERMON. A most excellent 
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— A Sermon [on Hosea x. 1] 
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4473. aaa. 35. 

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. 1569. V. S« J. Daye, London, 
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SERMONES. Begin. He 
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sayth, etc. [Four Sermons on 
the Lord's Prayer, The Apostles' 

Creed, The Commandments, The 
Seven Sacraments, The Seven 
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cipal virtues, The Seven deadly 
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*' humble peticyon to the lord... by 
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SETNOE. See Seeing. 

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SEYSSEL (Claude de) suc- 
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Bichard Co[rd]elions base sonne 

i vulgarly named, the Bastar[d] 
^awconbridge :) also the death 
of King John at Swinstead Abbey. 
...Written by W. Sh[akespeare, or 


rather by C. Marlow ?]. F. Simmes 
for J*. Helme, London^ 1611. 4to. 

C. 12. h. 7. 

Without pagination. Titlepage 
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hna the autograph of Geo. Steevens. 
For the edition of 1622 aee under 
** Shakespeare.*' 

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— Another copy. C. 34. k. 15. 
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SHACKLOCK (Richard^ 
See HozYUsz (S.) Cardinal A 
most excellent treatise of the be- 
gynnyng of heresyes in cure 
ty me... Translated out of Laten 
in to Englyshe by E. Shacklock 
...and intituled by hym : The 
hatchet of heresies. 1565. 8vo. 

Q. 5263. (1.) 

— See OsoRio da Fonseca (J.) 
Bishop of Stives. An Epistle... to 
...EKzabeth... Queue of England. 
...Translated cute of Latten in 
to Englishe by K. Shacklock. 
1565. 8vo. C. 21. a. 23. 

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C. Scoti, quonda prsosulis Cestren- 
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[With the epigram of E. S.] 
Also certayne of the Speciall ar- 
ticles of the epigramme, refuted 
in Englyshe by T. D. Lai. and Eng. 
iondint, 1565. 4to. 1070.1.3.(1.) 

SHAIKH^ Muldi, King of Fez. 
See C, Bo. A True Historicall 
discourse of Mulay Hamets rising 
to the . . . Kin gdomes of Moruecos . . . 
The di« civill warre 
... amongst his ... sonnes Muley 
Sheck, Muley Boferes, etc. 
1609. 4to. 1198. c. 20. 

[Dramatic Works.] Mr. William 
Shakespeares Ciimedies, Histories, 
& Tragedies. Publinhed accord- 
ing to the True Originall Copies. 

4 u 


sn A 


[Edited by J. Heminge and H. 
Condell.] 3 pts. Ed. Pr. J. Jag- 
gard and E, Blount, London^ 
1623. fol. Q. 11631. 

On the titlepage is the portrait of 
Shakespeare, engraved oy Droe- 
shout. It is preceded by a leaf con- 
taining on the verso ten lines *' To 
the Reader," subecrihed *' B. J[on- 
Bon].'* After the titlepage follow 
seven leaves of introductory matter, 
containing the Dedication and Pre- 
face "to the great variety of 
readers,^ each subscribed by J. 
Heminge and H. Condell ; lines ** to 
the memory of my beloved the 
Author, etc.," signed " Ben. Jonson ; " 
lines by Hugh Holland, by L. 
I>igp:es, and by I. M. ; ** The workes 
of W. Shakespeare" and a'^Cata- 
logue of the severall Comedies," etc. 
Numerous irregularities occur in the 
pagination and register. Each pt. 
IS separately p:iged. The tragedy 
of ** Troilus and Cressida," which 
occurs at the beginning of pt. 3, is 
without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 21. e. 16. 

Imperfect; wanting two leaves 
of the introductory matter, one con- 
taining the lines signed L. Digges 
and I. M., the other containing a 
lUt of '» The Workes of W. Shake- 
speare," etc. A portrait of Shake- 
speare and a facsimile of his hand- 
writing from another edition of his 
works have been inserted in this 

— Another copy. C. 39. i. 12. 

Imperfect: wanting the titlepage* 
for which is substituted one re- 
printed, with a space left for the 
portrait ; also wanting the leaf con- 
taining lines "To the reader," which 
is replaced by the corresponding one 
from the second edition. A second 
titlepage has been added in MS., 
and at the end is a copy of the 
autograpli of Shakespeare from 
another edition of his works. 

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The iitlepege of this copy differs 
from each of the preceding in 
having the word " and " printed in 
full, instead of " &." All the leaves 
have been pasted over on each side 
with tissue-paper, through which 
the text can be read. Imperfect; 

wanting the leaf containing B. Jon« 
son's lines " To the Reader." 

The Second Im- 
pression. T. Cote8 far B, AUot^ 
London, 1632. fol. G. 11632. 

In this edition the pagination of 
pt. 3 includes " Troilus and Cressida." 

— Another copy. MS. Notes 
[by T. Tyrwhitt]. C. 39. i. 13. 

The prospeotos of Malone's edi- 
tion of Shakespeare has been in* 
serted in this oopy. 

— Another copy. 

79. L 5. 

[HamleL'] [The tragicall Historie 
of Hamlet Prince of Denmarke. 
By William Shakespeare, as it hath 
beene divers Times acted by his 
Highnesse Servants in the Cittie 
of London : as also in the two 
Universities of Cambridge and 
Oxford, and else- where.] MS. 
Note [by J. 0. Halli well]. Ed. Pr. 
[For N. L. and lohn Trundell^ 
London, 1603.] 4to. 0. 34. k. !• 

Imperfect ; wanting titlepage. 
Without pagination. Sig. B-I. 
Th& only other oopy known, which 
has the title, but wants the last 
leaf, is in the possession of the 
Duke of Devonshire. The present 
copy contains this leaf, and is inter- 
leaved with MS. notes and printed 
extracts from subsequent eiditiona 
of the play. 

— The Tragicall Historie of 
Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke. 
By William Shakespeare. Newly 
imprinted and enlarged to almost 
as much againe as it was, accord* 
ing to the trae and perfect coppie. 
Printed by L B.for N, L., London, 
1605. 4to. C. 34. k. 2. 

In this edition, which is a re- 
issue, with a new titlepage, of that 
printed in 1604, there are altera- 
tions in the names of the characters 
and the order of the scenes, as well 
as much additional matter. Imper* 
feet; wanting the last leaf. Without 

— The tragedy of Hamlet^ 


Prince of Denmarko. Newly im- 
printed and .inlarged, according 
to the true and perfect copy 
lastly printed. Printed 6y W. 8. 
for J. Smeihwicke, London^ 
[1607?] 4to. C. 34. k. 3. 

— Another copy. C. 12. h. 14. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for J. Smeihwicke, London, 
1611. 4to. C.34. k. 4. 

— Another edition. JR. Young 
for J. Smethmeke, London, 

1637. 4to. C. 34.k. 5. 

IKing Henry IV.] See Henry V., 
King of England. The famous 
Victories of Henry the fifth, etc. 
[Being the play which furnished 
Shakespeare with the outline of 
the two parts of Henry IV.] 
1617. 4to. C.34. 1.10. 

— [King Henry IV., PL 1.] 
See Henrt IV., King of England. 
The History of Henrie the 
Ponrth; with the battell at 
Shrewsburie, etc. [By W. S.] 
1598. 4to. C. 34.k. 6». 

— The History of Henrie the 
Fonrth; with the battell at 
Shrewsburie, betweene the King 
and Lord Henry Percy, sumamed 
Henry Hotspur of the North. 
With the humorous conceits of 
Sir John Falstafife. Newly cor- 
rected by W. Shake-speare. 
Printed hy S. S.for A. Wise, Lon- 
don, 1599. 4to. C. 34. k. 6. 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 12. h. 12. 

With the autograph of G. Steevena. 
ThiB copy is inlaid. 

— Another edition. MS. Notb 
[by J. 0. Halliwell]. Printed for 
M. Law, London, 1608. 4to. 

C. 34. k. 7. 

Only two perfect copies known. 



— Another edition. Printed 
hy W. W. for M. Law, London, 
1613. 4to. C. 34. k, 9. 

With the autograph of Q. Steevens. 

— Another copy. C. 34. k. 8. 

In this copy there are variations 
from the preceding at sig. Hi, line 
5 from the bottom, and at sig. H4 
verso, line 4. 

— Another edition. Printed hy 
T. P.;. hy M. Law, London^ 
1622. 4to. C. 12. g. 21. 

— Another edition. J. Norton, 
London, 1632. 4to. C. 34. k. 10. 

With a list of the characters in MS. 

— Another edition. J. Norton, 
London, 1639. 4to. C. 34. k. 11. 

[King Henry IV, PL 2.] The 
Second |)art of Henrie the fourth, 
continuing to his death, and 
coronation of Henrie the fift. 
With the humours of Sir lohn 
FalstafTe, and swaggering Pistoll, 
etc. Ed. Pr. Printed by V. 8, 
for A. Wiie, and W. Aspley, Lon- 
don, 1600. 4to. C. 34. k. 12. 
Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 20. 
With the autograph of G. Steevens. 

— A copy of the original sheet 
E of this edition, consisting of 
four leaves only. The preceding 
copies have an enlarged sheet E 
of six leaves, containing an ad- 
ditional scene. MS. Notes, by 
J. 0. Halliwell. C. 34. k. 1 3. 

— [King Henry V] See 
Henrt v., King of England. The 
Croniole History of Henry the 
fift, eta 1600. 4to. C. 12. g. 22. 

1608. 4to. C. 34. k. 14. 

The famous Victories of 

Henry the fifth, etc. [Being the 
play which furnished Shakespeare 




with the outline of Henry V., 
etc.] 1617. 4to. C. 34. 1. 10. 

[King Henry VL] The whole 
contention betweene the two 
Famous Houses, Lancaster and 
Yorke. With the Tragicall ends 
of the good Duke Humfrey, 
Richard Duke of Yorke, and 
King Henrie the sizt. Divided 
into two parts : And newly cor- 
rected and enlarged. Written by 
W. Shakespeare, Gent. Prtnt&i 
for T. P., Limdon, [1619]. 4to. 

C. 34. k, 38. (1.) 

The Beoond and third pis. of 
Henry YI., as originally written. 
Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 13. 
Imperfect ; wanting sig. Cs and a. 

— [King Senry VL'\ The true 
Tragedie of Richarde Duke of 
Yorke, and the death of good king 
Henrie the sizt : with the whole 
contention betweene the two 
houses, Lancaster and Yorke, etc. 
Pnn<ed6yF;F:,Lo»kJon,1600. 4to. 

C. 12. h. 9. 

The third pt. of Henry YI., as 
originally written. Without pagi- 

— [King LearJ] See Leab, 
King. The True Chronicle His- 
tory of King Leir, etc. [Supposed 
to be the source from which 
Shakespeare drew the materials 
for his Tragedy of King Lear.] 
1605. 4to. C. 34. 1. 11. 

— M. William Shak-speare: 
his True Chronicle Historic of 
the life and death of King Lear 
and his three Daughters. With 
the unfortunate life of Edgar, 
soune and heire to the Earle of 
Gloster, and his sullen and as- 
sumed humor of Tom of Bedlam. 
As it was played before the 
Kings Majestic at Whitehall vpon 
S. Stephans night in Christmas 

Hollidayes. By his Majesties 
servants playing usually at the 
Gloabe on the Bancke-side. 
Ed. Pr. Printed for N. Butter, 
London, 1608. 4to. G. 34. k. 18. 

Without pagination. Sig. B-L. 

— Another copy. MS. Note 

[by J. 0. Halli well]. C. 34. k. 17. 

Without pagination. Imperfect; 
wanting the genuine titlepage. 
This copy differs from the other in 
having several textual yariations, 
particularly on the verso of G2, the 
verso of H3, and the first page of Hi. 

[King Lear/] M. William Shake- 
speare, bis True Chronicle History 
of the life and death of King Lear, 
and his three Daughters. With 
the vnfortunate life of Edgar, 
Sonne and heire to the Earle of 
Glocester, and his sullen and 
assumed humour of Tom of Bed- 
lam. As it was plaid before the 
Kings Maiesty at White-HaU, 
vppon S. Stephens night, in 
Christmas Hollidaies. By his 
Maiesties Seruants, playing vsu- 
ally at the Globe on the Banck- 
side. [The second edition.] 
Printed for N. Butter, [LondonJ] 
1608. 4to. C. 34. k. 19. 

Without pagination. Sig. A-L. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 27, 

— Another copy. C. 34. k. 20. 

Imperfect ; wanting the titlepage, 
which is supplied in MS., also one 
leaf sig. Bi. 

— [King Bichard IL] The 
Tragedie of King Eichard the 
second. As it hath beene pub- 
likely acted by the Eight Honour- 
able the Lord Chamberlaine his 
seruants. By William Shake- 
speare. [Second edition J^ Printed 
hy F. Simmee for A. nise, dc.^ 
London, 1598. 4to. C. 34. k. 42. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 




hjf W. W. for M. Law^ London^ 

1608. 4to. 0. 34. k. 43. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. PrinUd 
for Jf. Low, LandoHj 1615. 4to. 

C. 34. k. 44. 

Without pagination. BlighUy 

— Another edition. J. Norton^ 
London, 1634. 4to. G. 34. k. 45. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 19. 

Imperfect ; wanting the titlcpage 
and tne whole of dg. A, which are 
supplied in MS. 


SKing Bichard IIL] See Richard 
II., King of England. [The 
Tragedy of King Richard the 
third, etc. ByW.S.] [1597.] 4to. 

C. 39. i. 14. 

— The Tragedie of King 
Bichard the third. Conteining 
his treacherons Plots against his 
brother Clarence: the pitiful 
mnrther of his innocent Ne- 
phewes: his tyrannicall vsurpa- 
tion: with the whole course of 
his detested life, and most de- 
serued death. As it hath beene 
lately Acted by the Right honour- 
able the Lord Chamberlaine his 
seruants. By William Shake- 
speare. [Second edition.] London^ 
1598. 4to. C. 34. k. 47. 

Without pagination. The last 
two leaves, sig. Mi and M2, are in 

— Another copy. C. 34. k. 46. 

Imperfect ; wanting the titlepage, 
which is supplied in MS. The 
edges are uncut. 

— Another edition. T. Oreede 
for A. Wise, London, 1602. 4to. 

C. 34. k. 48. 

— Another edition. T. Creeds, 
£ondafi,[1612]. 4to. 0. 12. h. 10. 

Titlepage mutilated. 

— Another edition. T, Farfoot, 
XoiMi(m,[ld22]. 4to. G.34. k.51. 

The line containing the date has 
been out off. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 14. 

The two lines of the imprint have 
been out off. 

— Another copy. MS. Note 
[by J. 0. Halliwell]. C. 34. k. 60. 

Imperfect ; wanting sig. L and M. 
Slightly cropped. 

— Another edition. J, Norton, 
London, 1629. 4to. C. 34. k. 52. 

— Another edition. J. Norton, 
London, 1634. 4to. G. 34. k. 53. 

— Another copy. C. 34. k. 54. 
Imperfect ; wanting sig. E2. 

[^Love's Labour* 8 Lost. ] A pleasant 
conceited Oomedie called Loues 
labors lost. As it was presented 
before her Highnes this last 
Ohiistmas. Newly corrected and 
augmented By W. Shakespere. 
Ed. Pr. Imprinted at London by 
W. W.for Outbert Burby, 1698. 4to. 

C. 34. 1. 
Without pagination. 

— Loues Labours lost. A wittie 
and pleasant Comedie, as it was 
acted by his Maiesties Seruants 
at the Blacke-Friei'S and the 
Globe. Written by W. Shake- 
speare. [The second edition.] 
Printed by W. 8. for J. Smeth^ 
wicke,London,l63l. 4to. 0.34.k.21. 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 12. h. 11. 


— Another edition. MS. Note -r- [Merchant of Venice.] The 

[by J. O. Halliwell]. T.Creede;... most excellent Historic of the 

soldby M.Lawe,London,^605. 4to. Merchant of Venice. With the ex- 

C. 34. k. 49. treame crueltio of Shylocke the 




lewe towards the Bayd Merchant, 
in cutting a just pound of his 
flesh : and the obtayniug of Portia 
by the choyse of three chests. As 
it hath beene diuers times acted 
by the Lord Ghamberlaine his 
Seruants. Written by William 
Shakespeare. £d. Pr. Printed hy 
I. B. for Thomaa Heyes, dc, Lon- 
don, 1600. 4to. C. 34. k. 22. 
Without paginatioD. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 11. 

— Another copy, C. 12. g. 32. 

[Merchant of Venice,] The ex- 
cellent History of the Merchant 
of Venice. With the extreme 
crueltie of Shylocke the lew to- 
wards the saide Merchant, in cut- 
ting a just pound of his desh. 
And the obtaining of Portia, by 
the choyse of three Caskets. 
Written by W.Shakespeare. [The 
second edition.] J. Boherta, [Lon- 
don,] 1600. 4to. C. 34. k. 23. 
Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 31. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy M. P. for L. Hayes, London^ 
1637. 4to. C. 34, k. 24. 

— [Merry Wives of Windsor.] A 
most pleasant and excellent con- 
ceited Comedy, of Sir John Fal- 
Btaffe, and the merry Wives of 
Windsor. With the swaggering 
vaine of Ancient Pistoll, and 
Corporal Nym : Written by W. 
Shakespeare. [The second edi- 
tion.] Printed for Arthur Johnson, 
[London,] 1619. 4to. C.34.k.27. 

Without pagination. 

corrected. Printed by T. H, far 
£. Meighen, London, 1630. 4to. 

C. 34. k. 28. 


Bfidsummer NighCs Dream.] A 
idsommer nights dreame. As 
it hath beene sundry times 

Eublickely acted, by the Bight 
onourable the Lord Chamber- 
laine his seruants. Written bjr 
W. Shakespeare. Ed. Pr. Jw- 
printed fur Thomas Fisher, London^ 
1600. 4to. C. 34. k.29. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. J. Roberts, 
[London,] 1600. 4to. C.34.k.30. 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 30. 

— [Much ado about Nothing.] 
Much adoe about Nothing. As it 
hath been sundrie times publikely 
acted by the right honourable, 
the Lord Chamberlaine his ser- 
uants. Written by William 
Shakespeare. En. Pr. Printed hy 
V. S. for A. Wise, and W. Aspley. 
London, 1600. 4to. G. 12. g. 29. 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 34. k. 38. 

Imperfect; wanting the last leaf, 
which has been supplied in MS. 

— [OtheUo.] The Tragoedy of 
Othello, the Moore of Yeuioe. 
As it hath beene diuerse times 
acted at the Globe, and at the 
Black-Friers, by his Maiestics 
Seruants. Written by W. Shake- 
speare. Ed. Pr. Printed by N. O. 
for T. Walkley, London, 1622. 4to. 

C. 34. k. 32. 

After p. 73 the pagination is very 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 24. " Another copy. C. 34. k. 33. 

— The Merry Wives of Wind- 
sor. With the humours of Sir 
lohn Falstaffe, as also the swag- 
gering vaine of Ancient Pistoll, 
and Coiporall Nym ... Newly 

Imperfect; wanting pp. 97-99, 
which have been supplied in M8., 
with six additional lines. Hie title- 
page is mutilated. Sheet C has 
oecn wrongly imposed. 

— [The second edition.] Printed 

S n A 8 H A 13D1 

hy A. M. for B. Hawkins, London, — Another copy. C. 84. k. 38.(2.) 

1630. 4to. C. 12. g. 28. Imperfect; wanting the titlepage. 

^- Another copy. C. 34. k. 34. — Another edition. Printed hy 

Imperfect; wanting pp. 21, 22, L N. for B. B., LondonylQ^O. 4 to. 

which have been supplied in MS. C. 34. k. 39. 

SHAKESPEARE (Wiluam) _ Another copy. MS. Note 

[FencUs.'] See Pebicles, Prince [by J. 0. HalliwellJ. C. 34. k. 40. 

of Tyre. The Painfull Adven- The imprint in this copy is 

tnreB of Pericles... Being the tme shorter than in the preceding, and 

History of the Play of Pericles [by is in a diflfereut type. 

W.S.],etc. 1608. 4to. C. 34. 1.8. _ Another edition. T. Cotes, 

— The late, and mnch admired I^ondm, 1635. 4to. C. 34. k. 41. 
Play, Called Pericles, Prince of SHAKESPEARE (William) 
Tyre. With the true Relation of [B<meo and JuLxet.] An excellent 
the whole Historic, aduentures, conceited Tragedie of Romeo and 
and fortunes of the said Prince : luliet. As it hath been often 
as also, the no lesse strange, and (with great applause) plaid pub- 
worthy accidents in the Birth liquely, by the right Honourable 
and Life, of his Daughter Ma- the L. of Hunsdon his Servants, 
riana. As it hath been diners Ed. Pr. J. Banter, London, 
and sundry times acted by his 1597. 4to. C. 34. k. 65. 
Majesties Seruants, at the Globe ^jthont pagination. Several 
on the Banck-side. By W. bhake- leaves are slightly mutilated. 
speare. Ed. Pr, Imprinted for mi. i. n x j i 
fiOoMon, £<mAm. 1609. 4to. -The most excellent and la- 

n Q/i w QA mentable Tra£;edie, of Komeo and 

^.., . . .. luliet. Newly corrected, aug- 

pagma ion. ^ mented, and amended : As it 

— Another edition. Imprinted hath beene sundry times pub- 
for Henry OoMon, dc, London, liquely acted, by the right Hon- 

1609. 4to. C. 12. h. 5. curable the Lord Chamberlaine 

Althongh the titlepage is the his servants. Printed by Thomas 

same as the preceding, the variations Creede, for CutKbert Burhy, dc, 

in spelling in this edition are 1^,^^^011,1599. 4to. C. 12. g. 18. 

numerous, and maoy errors have ' b ^* 

been oorrecfed; the initial woodcut Without pagination, 

at sig. Aa is also different. This . .-, j... -n * . ^ ^ 

copy is inlaid. —Another edition. Printed for 

,. . „rt ^T J. Smethwicke, London, [ 1601 \ 4to. 

— Another edition. MS. Isote n 34 \ eg 

rbyJ.0.Halliwell].Pnnted6yS.flf., ' 

London, 1611. 4to. C. 34. k. 37. — Another edition. MS. Note 

Without pagination. Big. D has [hy J. 0. Halliwell]. Printed for 

two leaves only. •/• Smeihtoick, London, 1609. 4to. 

— Another edition. Printed for 

T. P., [Lmdon,] 1619. 4to. — Another edition. B. Young 

C. 12. h. 6. f<»'J.8meihtoicke,London,lQ37, 4to. 

Originally printed with " The ^- ^^' ^' ^^' 

whole contention betweene the two — {Taming of the Shrew,! See 

famou8hou8e8,l^n«ifiterandYorke," Taming. A Pleasant Conceited 

sig. K~Bb. Without pagination. tt« ^ • n t mi . e 

This copy has the autograph of Historic, called Ihe temmg of a 

O. Steevens. Shrew, etc. [Variously attributed 




toW. Shakespeare, toG.Feeleand 
toB. Greene.] 1696. 4to. 161.b.8. 

[Taming of the Shrew.'] A wittie 
and pleasant Coined ie called The 
taming of the Shrew... Written by 
Will. Shakespeare. [The second 
edition.] Printed by W. S. far 
J, Smethwickej London, 1631. 4to. 

C. 12. g. 25. 
Without pagination. 

— Another copy. C. 34, k. 69. 

Titlepage mutilated. 

— [ Titus Androniau.] See An- 
DRONicus (T.) The most lament- 
able Tragedie of Titus Androni- 
cus [by W. S.], etc. 1611. 4to. 

C. 12. g. 16. 

— [Troilus and Cressida,"] The 
Famous Historic of Troylus and 
Cresseid. Excellently expressing 
the beginning of their loues, with 
the conceited wooing of Pandanis 
Prince of Licia. Written by 
W. Shakespeare. [With the prose 
Preface.] Ed. Pr. MS. Note [by 
J. O. Halliwell]. G. Eld for 
B. Bonian and H. Walley, London^ 
1609. 4to. 0. 34. k. 61. 

Without pagination. 

— The Historic of Troy Ins and 
Cresseida. As it was acted by the 
Kings Maiesties seniants at the 
Globe. Written by W. Shake- 
speare. Imprinted by O, Eld for 
B, Bonian and H, Waller, London, 
1609. 4to. 163. i. 12. 

Without pagination. This is 
another oopy of the first edition, but 
'with the titlepage of the second. 
It is inlaid and has the autograph 
of G. Steevens on the titlepage. 

— [Poems.'] Poems : written by 

Wil. Shake-speare, Gent. T.Cotes^ 

London, 1640. 8vo. C. 39. a. 40. 

Without pagination. There is a 
second titlepage similar to the first, 
the date only being omitted. This 
oopy has not the portrait by W. 

— Another copy. G. 11183. 

With the portrait 

[Bape of LtKsreee.] Lucrece. 
Ed. Pr. B. Field, for I. Harrison^ 
London, 1594. 4to. C. 21. c. 45. 

Without pagination. Forty-seTen 
leaves. On the reoto of Aa is the 
Dedication to the Earl of South- 
ampton ; and on verso of the same 
is the Argument. Some changes 
'were made in this poem by the 
author, or at his instance, while 
the sheets were going through the 
press. As for example, in some 
copies the following couplet occurs : 

**And every one to rest himself 
Save thieves, and cares, and 
troubled minds that wakea." 

Corrected in this oopy thus : 

"And everie one to rest them- 
selves betake, 
Save theeves, and cares, and 
troubled minds that wake." 

•— Another copy. G. 11178. 

In this oopy the corrections men- 
tioned above have not been made. 

— The Rape of Lucrece... 
Newly revised. Printed by J. O, 
for J. Stafford^, London, 1616. 8 vo. 

C. 34. a. 44. 

— Another edition. Printed by 
L B. for B. Jackson, London^ 
1624. 8vo. C. 39. a. 37. (2.) 

— Another copy. G. 11179. 

— [Sonnets.] Shake-speares 

Sonnets. Never before imprinted. 

(A Lovers complaint.) O. Eld, 

for T. T[horpe],...solde by J. Wright, 

London, 1609. 4to. G. 21. c. 44. 

Forty leaves, without pagina- 
tion. The sonnets end at the recto 
of Ki, and the ** Lovers Complaint" 
commences on verso of the same. 
The inscription, "To . the . on1i<» . 
begetter . of . these . insuing . sonnets. 
Mr. W. H. Ac," is subscribed, « T. 

— Another oopy. G. 11181. 

Duplicate, except that on the 
titlepage W. Asplley appears as the 
bookseiier iustcail of J. Wright 




[ Venus and Adania,^ Yenus ana 
Villa miretnr vnlgns : mihi flavna 

Pocula Castalia plena ministret 

fThe second edition.] JB. JPicW, 
Ixmdon, 1594. 4to. G. 11180. 

Twenty-seyen leaves, ivithout 
pagination. The dedication to H. 
iVriotheBly, Earl of Southampton, is 
signed : "'W. Shakespeare." 

— Another edition. MS. Notes 
[by G. Daniel and T. Rodd]. 
Imprinted B. F[ield] for 
J, Harison^ London, 1596. 8vo. 

C. 21. a. 37. 

Twenty-saven leaves, without 

— Another edition. Few MS. 
NoTFS. Imprinted.., for W. Leake, 
London, 1602. 8vo. C. 21. a. 49. 

Twenty-seven leaves, without 

— Another edition. J. Wreit- 
toun, Edinburgh, 1627. 8vo. 

C. 21. a. 31. 

— Another edition. J. B^arri- 
son], London, 1636. 16mo. 

C. 21. a. 56. 

— [Supposititious WorJcs. — King 
Edward III.] The Raigne of 
King Edward the third. [A play 
in verse, supposed to have been 
partly written by W. S.] See 
Sdward III., King of England. 

— [Supposititious Works. — King 
John.] The first and second Part 
of the troublesome Raigne of 
John King of England. With 
the disconerie of King Richard 
Cordelion's Base sonne (vulgarly 
named, the Bastard Pancon- 
bridge :) Also the death of King 
John at Swinstead Abbey. 
Written by W. Shakespeare [or 

rather by C. Marlow?]. 2 pts. 
London, 1622. 4to. C. 34. k. 16. 

This play is not Shakespeare's, but 
an older piece on the same subject. 
Each pt. has a distinct titlepage. 
Without pagination. For the edi- 
tion of 1611, see under •* Sh., W." 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 12. 

[Supposititious Works. — Locrine.] 
See S., W. The lamentable tra- 

f;edie of Locrine ... By W. S. 
Sometimes attributed to W. 
Shakespeare.] 1595. 4to. 

C. 34. b. 28. 

— [Supposititious Works. — Lon- 
don Prodigal.] The London Pro- 
digall. As it was plaide by the 
Kings Maiesties seruants. By 
W. Shakespeare. Ed. Pb. Printed 
by P. C. for N. Butter, London, 
1605. 4to. C. 34. 1. 3. 

Without pagination. 

— [Supposititious Works. — Life 
and Death of Thomas Lord Grom- 
well.] See S., W. The true 
Chronicle Historic of the whole 
life and death of Thomas Lord 
Cromwell. ..Written by W. S. 
[Attributed to W. Shakespeare.] 
1613. 4to. C. 34. b. 14. 

— [Supposititious Works. — Muce" 
dorus.] See Mucedorus. A most 
pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus, 
etc. [Attributed to W. Shake- 
speare.] 1598. 4to. C. 34.b.34. 

1610. 4to. 643. c. 31. 

1613. 4to. G. 11213. 

1615. 4to. 643. c. 32. 

1619. 4to. 11773. c. 
[1629?] 4to. 161. a. 60. 
1631. 4to. 11773. b. 
1634. 4 to. 1346. b. 




[SuppositiUoua Works. — Furiian.] 
See S., W. The Puritaine or 
the Widdow of Watling-streete. 
...Written by W. S. [i.e. Went- 
worth Smith? frequently, but 
erroneously, attributed to W. 
Shakespeare]. 1607. 4to. 

C. 34. 1. 4. 

— \_Suppontitiou8 Works. — Sir 
John Oldcastle.'] The first part 
of the true & honorable history of 
the Life of Sir lohn Old-castle, 
the good Lord Cobham. [An 
historical Flay, in prose and 
verse.] As it hath bene lately 
acted by the Eight honorable 
the Earle of Notingham Lord 
High Adniirall of England, his 
Seruants. Written by William 
Shakespeare [or rather by A. 
Munday, M. Drayton, R. Wilson, 
?ind E. Hathwayo]. Printed for 
T. P., London, 1600. 4to. 

C. 34. 1. 1. 

Without pagination. Another 
edition, printed in the saiiio year, 
but differing considerably from tliia, 
and not having Sbakeepoiire's name 
on the litlepage, will l>e found under 
the heading '« Oldcastle (John)." 

— Another copy. C. 12. g. 23. 

— [Supposiiiiious Works. — Two 
Noble Kinsmen.] See Fletcugir 
(J.) and Shakespeare (W.) The 
Two Noble Kinsmen, etc. 
1634. 4to. 644. b. 33. 

— [Supposititious Works. — York- 
shire Tragedy.] A Yorkshii-e 
Tragedy. Not so new as lament- 
able and tme... Written by W. 
Shakspeare. Ed. Pr. Printed by 
B. B, for Thomas Pavier, London, 
1608. 4to. 0. 34. 1. 5. 

Only two other copies are known 
to bo extant. Fifteen leavee, with- 
out pagination. Big. A-D. The 
head* title roads : '* All's One, or one 
of the foure pluics in one, called a 
York-shiro TragLdy." 

— Another edition. Printed for 
T. P., [London,] 1619. 4to. 

C. 34. L 6. 

^ Another copy. C. 12. g. 17. 

— Another copy. C- 12. g. 26. 
The date has been altered to 1608. 

SHARPS (Jambs) or (John) 
alias Pollard. 
See S., I., of the Society of Jews. 

SHARPS (Leonell) Novnm 
Fidei Symbolum; sive de novis 
multis perduellionis & duodecim 
snperstitionis articulis Gatholic» 
Pidei nomine velatis, et a Pio 
quarto in symboli formam re- 
dactis, Dialogus. Prefixum est 
dialogo Speculum Papsd; id est, 
viva et expressa Antichristi 
Effigies. L. P. Eichardus Field, 
Londini, 1612. 4to. 476. b. 7.(1.) 

— Oratio funebris in honorem 
Henrioi...Wallise Principis, pro- 
priam atque intimam ejus effigiem 
}>ra3feren8, etc. Gulielmus Hall, 
Londini, 1612. 4to. 

1213. 1. 13. (2.) 

— Another copy. G. 6171. 

With two portraits of Prince 
Henry inserted. 

— A Sermon [on 1 Kings x. 9] 
preached at Cambridge, before the 
Universitie,...the 28. of March. 
J. Legat, printer to the University 
of Cambridge, 1603. 8vo. 

C. 12. d. 18. (4.) 

SHARPE (Lewis) TheKoble 
Stranger. [A comedy in five 
acts, in prose and verse.] Im- 
printed by J. 0. for J. Beckett 
1640. 4to. 644. f. 63. 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. 162. d. 72. 

SHARPHAM (Edward) 
See S.,.E. 




SHARPHAM (Edward) The 
Fleire. [A comedy in five acts, 
in prose and veree.] As it hath 
beene often played in the Blacke- 
Fryers by the children of the 
Eevells. Printed by F. B., Lan- 
don, 1607. 4to. 1177S. c. 

Withoat pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 
far N. BuUer, London, 1610. 4to. 

11773. o. 

— Another edition. Printed 
far N. Butter, London, 1615. 4to. 

644. c. 36. 

— Another copy. 162. e. 1. 

— Another edition. J. Norton 
for W. Cooke, London, 1631. 4to. 

644. f. 54. 

— Another copy. 162. e. 2. 

SHARROCK (John) See 
O., C. Elizabeth Queeno. Or 
a short ... declaration of the 
peaceable state of England, nnder 
the government of ... Elizabeth. 
...Written in Latin verse by 
C 0[ckland]. Done into Eng- 
Ushe [verse], by J. Sharrock. 
1585. 4to. G. 11240. 

SHAW ( JoHN)Eer. /Sec Bible. 
'^Ahridgmenia. ^iblii Summula 
... alpha bet led distichis compre- 
hensa, etc. [By J. S.] 1621. 8vo. 

3125. a. 

1623. 8vo. 3125. a. 

— The Blessednes of Marie 
the Mother of Jesus. [A sermon 
on Luke i. 28, 45, 48.] (The 
Comfort of a ChriHtian, etc. [in 
verse]. — The Complaints of a 
8inner, etc. [in verse]. B. Field, 
London,1616. 8vo. 693. e. 16.(3.) 

SHAWE (James) See S., J. 

SHAXTON (Nicholas) Bishop 
of Salisbury. The Confutation of 
XIII Articles, [with the text,] 

whemntoN. Shazton ...subscribed 
and caused be set for the in print 
the yere of our Lord MDXLVI 
whe he recanted in Smitbfielde, 
etc. [By K. Crowley.] ». it. 
J. Day and TF. Seres, London, 
[1548]. 8vo. C. 25. a. 19. 

Without pagination. With a fold- 
ing plate. 

— Another copy. G. 19978, 

Imperfect; wanting the folding 

Eosecuiion, See G., H. Heavens 
speedie Hue and Cry, etc. 
1635. 4to. C. 27. c. 17. 

SHELDON (Bichard) 
See S., R., Priest. 

— Christ, on his throne; not 
in Popish Secrets. A Pi ophecie 
of Christ, against his pretended 
presence in Popish Secrets... In 
a sermon [on Matt. xxiv. 26] 
preached before his Maiestie... 
Also a briefe Inquirie made... 
into a late sermon styled The 
Communion of saints. H. Loumes, 
London, 1622. 4to. 

4474. 0. 106. (1.) 

— The first Sermon [on Heb. 
IX. 13, 14] of R. S.... after his 
Conversion from the Romish 
Church. Printed by J. B. for 
N. Butter, London, 1612. 4 to. 

4474. c. 88. 

— A Surrey of the Miracles of 
the Church of Rome, proving 
them to be Antichristian : where- 
in are examined and refuted the 
six fundamental! Reasons of 
J. Flood,... published by him in 
defence of Popish Miracles. 
E, Griffin for N, Butter, London, 
1616. 4to. 1019. m. 4. 

SHELFORD (Richard) A 
Qucnch-Coale. Or a briefe... 
Inquirie in what place of the 




Church... the Lords-Table ought 
to be situated... Wherein it is... 
proved that the Lords-Table 
ought to be plaoed in the Midst 
of the Church... All the... argu- 
ments of Mr. R. Shelford, E. 
Reeve, J. Pocklington, and A 
late Coale from the Altar [by P. 
Heylyn], to the contrary in de- 
fence of Altars... are here likewise 
».. answered... By a well-wisher to 
the truth of God, and the Church 
of England [W. Prynne]. [Lon- 
don,] 1637. 4to. 698. g. 1. 

pious and learned Discourses, etc. 
By the printers to the University 
of Cambridge^ 1635. 4to. 


SHELTON (Thomas) See 
Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) 
The History of Don-Quichote. 
[Translated from the Spanish by 
T. S.] 1620. 4to. 91. a. 23. 

— A oenturie of similies. 
«r. Dawson^ London^ 1640. 8vo. 

873. c. 11. 

SHEPRBVE ( John) J. She- 
previ ... Argumenta in Novum 
Testamentum; carmine elegiaco 
conscripta, alphabetic^ disposita, 
ut olim erant edita a D. Doctore 
Humfredo. See Bible. — Abridg- 
ments. Biblii Summnla, etc. 
1621. Bvo. 3126. a. 

1623. 8vo. 3126. a. 

— In Novum Testamentum 
Scheprevi . . . carmen. See Bible. — 
Selections. Ad Lectorem. Gemma 
Fabri,etc. 1698. 8vo. 11409. a. 

Ovimus Naso (P.) \^Epistolse 
Heroidum.] Ovids Heroical Epi- 
stles. Englished [in verse] by J. 
Sherburne, Gent. 1639. 12mo. 

1068. g. 14. 

SHERIFFS. In This boke 

is Gonteyned the oflFyce of Shy- 
reffes, Bailliffes of liberties. Els- 
cheatours, Costables and Coroners, 
...drawen out of bokes of the 
comon la we i of the statu te& 
[Extracted from " The new book 
of Justices of Peace " of Sir A. 
Fitz-Herbert.] ». 1. E. Pyher- 
ynge, London, [1540?] 8vo. 

1127. a. 31. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. V. S. 
W. Myddylton, London^ 1545. 8vo. 

1379. a. (7.) 

— Another edition. V. S. 
J, Allde, London, 1573. 8vo. 

230. k. 28. 

SHERLAND ( ) Recorder 

of Northampton. Life. iSe6 Si bbes 
(K.) The Saints Safetie, etc. 

SHERLEY {Sir Anthony) 
See C, Ro. A... discourse of Mu- 
ley Hamets rising to the three 
Eingdomes of Morueoos, Fes, and 
Sub ... The Aduentures of Sir 
A. S. ... in those countries. 
1609. 4to. 1198. c. 20» 

— See Day {J. ^ The Travailes 
of the three English Brothers, Sir 
T., Sir A., Mr. R. Shirley [drama- 
tized], etc. 1607. 4to. C. 34.0.22. 

— [Voyages, etc.] See Hak- 
LUYT (R.) The principal Naviga- 
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683. h» 6. 

— Voyage into Persia. See 
Nixon (A.) [The three English 
brothers, etc.] 

— Travels. See Parky ( W.) A 
new. ..discourse of the Travels, 

— A briefe compendium of the 
Historie of Sir A. S.'s Travels into 
Persia. See Purchas (S.) Pur- 
ehas his Pilgrimes, etc. Pt. 2. 
1625. fol. 679. h. 12. 




SHE RLE Y (iSfiV Anthony) 
Sir A. Sherley liis relation of 
his travels into Persia... both by 
sea and land... Also, a true re- 
lation of the great Magnificence 
...of Abas, now King of Persia, 
with his great Conquests... Penned 
by S'. A. Sherley and recommended 
to his brother, S'. Robert Sherley, 
being now in prosecution of the 
like honourable imployment. 
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SINGLETON (Isaac) The 
Downfall of Shebna: Together 
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SEELTON (John) Poet 
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SEELTON (John) Poet 

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Of the Spanish Nation, 


That in a bravado. 
Spent many a Crusado, 
In setting forth an Armado 
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SKENE (^iV John) See 
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King James the First and his 
successours Kinges of Scotland, 
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James VI. Begin. The XVI( 

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SKINNER (»tV John) See 
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SKINNER (Robert) bucccs- 
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and of Worcester. A sermon [on 
Psalm xcvi. 9] preached before 
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114. a. 39. 

SKINNER (V.^ See Gonsal- 
vius MoNTANUS (R.) A Discovcry 
...of sundry subtill practises of 
the Holy Inquisition of Spayne 
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SKIPWITH (Edward) See 
Du Moulin (P.) An apology for 
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4355. aaa. 

SKOGAN (John) See Scoggin. 

SKORY (Edmund) An Ex- 

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French King Henry the fourth. 
...With an apprecation for the 
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SLANDER. A Plaine de- 
scription of the auncient Petigree 
of Dame Slaunder, togither with 
hir Coheires and fellowe members, 
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SLATYBR( William). Geneth- 
liacon. sive Stem ma Jacobi: 
Genealogia scilicet Hegia, Catho- 
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the last leaf but one. 

— The History of Great Bri- 
tanie from the first peopling of 
this Hand to this presant Eaigne 
...uf...K. James. [In verse; Lat. 
and Eng.] L. P. W. Stansby for 
JB. Meighen, London, 1621. fol. 

641. m. 7. (1.) 

Engrayed titlepage. 

— Another copy. G. 11601. 

This and the followmg copy want 
the colophon. 

— Another copy. 77. h. 10. 

— ®fyrjv(ahia, Sive Paudionium 
Melos,inperpetuam ... Annee nuper 




AngliaB Beginas memoriam. Ele- 
gies and Epitaphs by W. Slatyr 1640. 4to. 
late Chaplaine to Her Majestie, 
etc. [With an address to Prince 
Charles, by the author, in MS.] 
J, BeaUy London, 1619. 4to. 

1070. 1. 1. 

— Another edition.] [London,] 

E. 206. (8.) 

Without pagination. The author's 
name occurs in an acrostic at the 
beginning, and in another at the 
end of the book. 

SLAVE. The Eoyall Slave. 
A Tragi-Comedy [in five acts and 
in verse. By W. Cartwright]. 
W. Turner for T, Robinson, 
Oxford, 1639. 4to. 644. d. 39. 

Without pagination. 

The second edition. 

SMART (Peter) Thevanitie 
and downe-fall of snperstitious 
Popish ceremonies : or, a sermon 
[on Psalm xxxi. 7] preached in the 
Cathedrall Church of Durham... historical! rela- 
tion of all those... Popish cere- 
monies... which M' J. Cosens hath 
lately brought into the said 
Cathedrall Church ... likewise a 
punotuall confutation of them, etc. 
The Heyres of B. Charteris, Eden- 
borough, 1628. 4to. 3935. b. 

This is a duplicate of 694. e. 1. (9.) 
with a new titlepage and prelimi- 
nary matter. 

See S., J., of the Society of Jemu, 

pseud, Fearefull and lamentable 
effects of two... Comets, which 
shall appeare in the yeere...l591, 
the 25 of March... By S. S., etc. 
"A jeu d'esprit.] 13. 31. Printed 
y I. G. for J. Busbie, London^ 
[1590?] 4to. 1077.1.24. 


W. Turner for T. Bobinson, Oxford, 
1640. 4to. 644. *b. 7. 

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C. 21. c. 35. (11.) 

SM ALLE (Peter) Mans May 
or a Moneths minde : wherein the 
liber tie of mans minde is compared 
to the moneth of May. [In verse.] 
G. Puralowe for S. Band, London, 
1615. 4to. C. 39. d. 57. 

Without pagination. 

S M A B T (Peter) Begin. 
[Fol. B.] Novemb. 3. 1640. To 
the Honourable the Knights, Citi- 
zens, and Burgesses of the Com- 
mons House of Parliament, The 
humble Petition of P. Smart a 
poore prisoner in the Kings Bench, 
[complaining of illegal proceed- 
ings on the part of D"" J. Cosin ; 
together with (The Commons 
Declaration and Impeachment 
upon the complaint of P. Smart 
against J. Cosin), etc.] [London? 
1640.] 4to. 698. h. 20. (22.) 

— A Sermon [on Psal. xxxi. 7, SMETON (Thomas) Ad viru- 
on the Ceremonies, etc. of the lentum A. Hamiltonii Apoetatse 
Church of England], preached in dialogum, de confusione Calvi- 
the Cathedrall Church of Durham. niana3 Sect«e apud Scotos,.. or- 
[Londonf]1629. 4to. 694. e. 1.(9.) thodoxa responsio ... Adjecta est 

Execution. See W., C. The cry- 
ing Murther, etc. 

SMETIUS (Heinrich) Pto- 
Bodia...Editio Decimaquarta. Pri- 
oribus correctior, mantissaque... 
lociipletior...Cnm Appendice ali- 
quot vocum ab Ecclesiasticifi 
Poetis aliter usurpatarum. (Me- 
thodus dignoscendarum sylla- 
barum ex G. Fabricii ... de re 
poetica lib. 1. Eucharisticon [in 
verse] H. Smetii vitam compleo- 
tens.) Impens. Sodetatis Stationar.^ 
Londini, 1635. 8vo. 623. d. 10. 




vera historia extremsB vitae & obi- 
tas J. Enoxii, EcclesiaB Scotianad 
instauratoris fidelissimi. Apud 
J. Bo89ewnpro H. Charteris, Edin- 
burgi, 1579. 4to. 1019. g. 3. 

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Logica M. SmigleGii...8electi8 dis- 
putationibuB & quaestionibas illus- qua quicquid in Aristo- 
telioo Organo vol oognita neoes- 
sarinin, vel obecuritate perplezum 
...pertractatur. Cum iudice, etc. 
2 torn. Excudebat L L. Impenais 
H. Crffpps, E. Forrest d H, Cur- 
teyne, Oxonii, 1634. 8vo. 8466. bb. 

Tom. 2 has a special titlepage, 
bot the register ami pagination are 
continuous throughout. 

SMITH, Families of, A Con- 
gratulatory Poem npon the Noble 
Feast Made by the Ancient and 
Benouned Families of the Smiths. 
[With a "woodcut of the exploits 
of J. Smith, Governor of Virginia.] 
Printed for F, Smith, London, 
[1630?] «.«*. fol. 835. m. 9. (37.) 

SMITH (Edward) The wofull 
lamentation of £. Smith, a poore 
penitent prisoner in the Ja^le of 
Bedford, which he wrote a short 
time before his death. [A Ballad.] 
V. Z« Assignes of T. Symcock, 
[Lottdon, 1626 ?J Broadside fol. 

Box. I. 367. 

SMITH (Henry) Minister of 
St. Clement Danes. Micro-cosmo- 
graphia: the little Worlds de- 
scription or the Map of Man... 
Translated by J. Sylvester. See 
Bkrtaut ( J.) Bishop of Seez. The 
Parliament of Vertues Royal, etc. 
[1614.] 8vo. C. 34. a. 11. (1.) 

— See Prayers. Three Prayers, 
etc. [ByH. S.] 1591. 8vo. 

3455. e. 37. 

1592. 8vo. 4452.0.(2.) 

SMITH (Henry) Minister of 
St. Clement Danes. See Trea- 
tise. A Treatise of the Lords 
Supper, etc. [ByH. S.] 1591. 8vo. 

4474. b. 

— See Wedding Garment. The 
wedding garment. [By H. Smith.] 
1590. 8vo. 873. b. 10. 

— The Sermons of Master H. 
Smith gathered into One Volume. 
Printed according to his corrected 
copies. T. Orwin for T. Man, 
London, 1692. 8vo. 4152. c. (1.) 

— Another edition. B. Field 
for T. Man, London, 1593. 8vo. 

4452. b. (1.) 

This edition contains, in addi- 
tion to the contents of the preced- 
ing one, the following tracts; 
" Three prayt-rs : one for the morn- 
ing, another for the Evening, the 
third for a sicke man ; " " The 
trumpet of the soule sounding to 
judgement ; " " The poore-mans 
teares;" "An alarum from 
• Heaven," etc. ; and " A memento 
for Magistrates." The pagination 
breaks off at p. 720, and takes up 
at p. 815. The *• prayers," etc., are 
unpaged, and are introduced between 
pp. 1092 and 1093; the register, 
however, being continuous. 

— Another edition. T. Short 
for T. Man, London^ 1594. 8vo. 

4452. bb. 

— See S., H. 

— Whereunto is 

added, Gods arrow against 
Atheists. F. Kyngstonfor T. Man, 
London,l604. 8vo. 4462. bbb. 3.(1.) 

"Three sermons, etc.," and 
"God's arrow against Atheists" 
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— Another edition. F. Kyng- 
stonfor T. Man, London, 1Q07. 4to. 

851. d. 5, 

Each pt. has a separate titlepage, 
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— Another edition. 6 pts. 
London, 1620-24. 8vo. 4452. d. 

Each pt. has a distinct titlepage 




and reg:i8teT; and pts. 1-3 ha7e a 
distinct pagination. Pts. 4-6 are 
without pagination. 

— Another edition. 3 pts. 
The Assignee of T. Man, P. Man^ 
and J, Man, London, 1631, 32, 
81. 8vo. 4452. bb. 

Pts. 2, 3, have each a separate 
titlepage, pagination, and register. 

SMITH ( Henry) Minister 
of St. Clement Danes. Twelve 
Sermons... With prayers, both for 
the morning and evening, there- 
unto adioyned. And published 
by a more perfect copy than here- 
tofore [by W. S.]. 2 pts. /. Ravi- 
land for O. Edwards, London, 
1629. 8vo. 4474. aaa. 93. 

Pt. 2, containing sermons 7-12, 
has a distinct titlepage and register. 
A separate titlepage is also prefixed 
to the last four sermons. 

— Seven Godly and learned 
Sermons. B. Field for T. Man, 
London, 1691. 8vo. 4462. b. 

— Sixe Sermons. (Two sermons 
of the Song of Simeon. The 
third, of the calling of Jonah. 
The fourth, of the rebellion of 
Jonah. The fift and sixt, of the 
punishment of Jonah.) ... With 
two Praiers of the same author, 
etc. Printed hy B. F. for B. Dex- 
ter, London, 1694. 12 mo. 

4474. b. 72. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy B. F. for B. Dexter, London, 
1694. 4to. 4462. bb. 

— Another edition. B. Field 
for B. Dexter, London, 1699. 4to. 

4462. bb. 

— Two sermons [on Jonah i. 
4-7] of Jonah's punishment, ... 
published by a more perfect copie 
then heretofore. (Foure sermons, 
...published by a more perfect 
copie then heretofore.) 2 pts. 

F. Kyngston for T. Man, London^ 
1602. 8vo. 4462. bbb. 3. (4.) 

Pt. 2 has a separate titlepage. 
The register is continuoua. 

— Another edition. 2 pts. 
MS. Note. Printed hy T. D.for 
E. Burhy, London, 1609. 4to. 

4454. b. 

— [Another edition.] Six 
Sermons... 1, 2, of Jonah's punish- 
ment. 3 The Trumpet of the 
Soule. 4 The sinfall man's 
search. 5 Maries choyce. 6 
Noah's drunkennesse . . . Published 
by a more perfect copie then 
heertofore. Printed hy T, D. for 
N. Browne, London, 1617. 8vo. 

4462. d. 

SMITH QEenry) Minister of 
St Clement Vanes. Foure ser- 
mons. (1. The trumpet of the 
soule. 2. The sinfuU mans search. 
3. Maries choyce. 4. Noahs 
drunkenness, etc. — Two sermons 
[on Luke xix. 1-9]. The sinners 
conversion. The sinners confes- 
sion, etc.) Printed hy P. S. for 
C. Burhy, London, 1699. 4to. 

4473. aa. 6. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy T. D. for C. Burhy, London^ 
1607. 8vo. 4474. c. 107. (2.) 

— [Another edition.] Two 
Sermons [on Luke xix. 1-9]... 
(Foure sermons, etc. [With 
preface signed W. S.]) Published 
by a more perfect copy then 
heeretofore. 2 pts. Few MS. 
Notes. Printed for W. Leake^ 
London, 1610. 4to. 4454. b. 

— [Another edition.] Sixe 
Sermons (The Sinners Conversion 
[Luke XIX. 1-9], etc.)... published 
by a more perfect copie then here- 
tofore. W. Stanshyfor W, Barret, 
London, 1616. Svo. 4452. d. 

Without pagination. 




SMITH (Henry) Minister of St. 
Clement Danes, Foure sermons, 
[on Luke ii. 29-32, and Jonah 
I. 1—3] ... published by a more 
perfect coppie then heeretofore. 
Printed hy J. B./or W, Leake, Lon- 
don, 1602. 8vo. 4452. bbb. 3. (3.) 
Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for W. Leake, London, 1608. Svo. 

4474. c. 107. (4.) 

— Another edition. Printed 
for W. Leake, London^ 1612. Svo. 

4474. CO. 99. 
Imperfect ; wanting sig. E5. 

— Three Sermons ... I. The 
Benefit of Contentation. II. The 
Affinitie of the Faithfull. III. 
The lost Shee|)e is found. Printed 
for J. Smethwick, London, 1613. 4to. 

4452. d. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy W. S. for J. Smethwiche, London, 
1628. 8vo. 4474. cc. 100. 

— Two sermons [on Luke xix. 
1—9]:... with a prayer for the 
morning thereunto adjoyned. 
And published by a more perfect 
CoiJpie then heere- to-fore. Printed 
fey L B. for W. Leake, London, 
1602. 8vo. 4452. bbb. 3. (2.) 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for W. Leake, London, 1608. 8vo. 

4474 0. 107. (3.) 

— Two Sermons [on Jonah l 
4—7] of Jonah's punishment, etc. 
Printed hy T. C. for G. Burby, Lon- 
Am, 1605. 8vo. 4474.0.107.(1.) 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy T. D. for C, Burhy, London, 
1607. 8vo. 4474. cc. 98. 

— The Affinitie of the Faith- 
full... A... Sermon [on Luke viii. 
1 9-2 1 ]. Printed by W. Hoskins and 

H. Ohettlefor N.Ling and J. Bushie, 
London, 1591. 8vo. 4474. b. 68. 

Without pagination. 

Nowe the Second time 

imprinted, corrected, and aug- 
mented. Printed for N. Ling and 
J. Busbie, London, 1591. 16mo. 

4474. a. 20. 
Without pagination. 

SMITH (Henry) Minister of 
St. Clement Danes. The bene- 
fite of contentation. [A sermon 
on 1 Tim. VI. 6.] ^.1L. A. Jeffes, 
for B. Ward, London, 1 590. 1 6mo. 

4474. b. 65. 
Without pagination. 

Newly examined 

and corrected by the author. 
A. Jeffes, London, 1591. 16mo. 

1412. a. 29. 

— The Christians Sacrifice. [A 
sermon on Prov. xxiii. 26.] 
T. Orwin for T. Man, London, 
1589. 8vo. 1018. b. 18. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for T. Man, London, 1591. 8vo. 

4474. b. 69. 

— The Fall of King Nabuchad- 
nezzer. [A Sermon on Dan. iv. 
28-30.] Printed hy T. Scarlet, 
[London,'] 1591. 8vo. 

4474. b. 102. (2.) 

* Without pagination. 

— The first sermon of Noah's 
drunkennes [on Gen. ix. 20, 21]. 
A glasse wherein all drunkards 
may behold their beastlinesse. 
W. Kearney, London, 1591. 16mo. 

4452. a. 

Without pagination. 

— A FruitfuU Sermon upon 
part of the 5 Chapter of the first 
Epistle of Saint Paul to the 
Thessalonians [verses 19-22]. 
Printed for N. Ling, London, 
1591. Svo. 4474. b. 70. 



— Another edition. Printed 
for the Widdowe Broome^ Landofiy 
1591. 18mo. 4474. a. 22. 

SMITH (Henry) Minister of 

St, Clement Danes. Gods arrowe 

against Atheists. W» H. J. Banter, 

London, 1593. 4to. 4014. bbb. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Imprinted 
by F. K. for T. Pavier, London, 
1609. 4to. 4016. aa. 

— Another edition. Imprinted 
by H. L, for T, Pavier, London, 
1614. 4to. 4014. c. 

— Another edition. Imprinted 
by O, M. for E. Brewster, London, 
1628. 4to. 4014. bbb. 

— Jacobs Ladder, or the High 
Way to Heaven, etc. [A sermon 
on 1 Cor. IX. 24.] The widdow 
Orwin for T. Man, London, 
1595. 8vo. 4474. b. 74. 

Without pagination. 

— Jnrisprudentiae, MedicinsB et 
Theologies Dialogue dulcis. (Vita 
supplicium ; sive, de misera homi- 
nis conditione qnerela.) [Edited 
by B. Cave. VerKe.] 2 pts. Ex- 
cudebat L Banter, Impensis T. Man, 
Londinum, 1592. 12 mo. 

1213. k. 16. (3.) 

Without pagination. Each pt. has 
a distinct titlepage. 

— The Lawiers question. The 
answere to the Lawiers question. 
The censure of Christ upon the 
answere. [Three sermons on 
Luke X. 25, etc.] Printed for 
T, Oosson, London, 1595. 8vo. 

4474. b. 73. 

Each sermon has a distinct title- 
page. Without pagination. The 
general titlepage is slightly muti- 

— Maries Choise. [A Sermon 
on Luke x. 38-42.] With Prayers 
written by the same Author. 


T. Scarlet, for C. Burby, London, 

1592. 8vo. 4452. c. (5.) 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. 874. c. 13. 

SMITH (Henry) Minister of 
St Clement Banes. The Prea- 
cher's Proclamacion...Eccle8ia8te8 
1. 2. [A Sermon.] W. Kearney, 
London, 1591. 8vo. 4474. a. 23. 
Without pagination. 

— A preparative to manage. 
The summe whereof was spoken 
at a contract and inlarged after. 
Whereunto is annexed a Treatise 
of the Lords Supper (in two ser- 
mons^ and another (in two ser- 
mons) of usurie. 3 pts. By 
T. Orwin for T. Man, London, 
1591. 8vo. 1018. b. 20. 

Each pt. has a special titlepage 
and separate register. Pts. 2 and 3 
are without pagination. 

— A preparative to manage, 
etc. (Three Praiers... Whereunto 
is annexed, a godlie letter to a 
sicke-friend ; and a comfortable 
speech of a preacher, vpon his 
death bed.) Newly corrected, 
and augmented by the Authour! 
4 pts. J. Charleioood for T. Man, 
London, 1591. 8vo. 4452. a! 

The "Treatise of the Lords 
Supper" and "The Examination of 
Vsurie," printed by T. Orwin, have 
each a separate titlepage, and ai« 
each "in two sermons" separately 
paged. The " Three Praiers " have 
also a separate titlepage, pagination, 
and register. The sig. M of the 
"comfortable speech" is continued 
from that of the Treatises of the 
Lords Supper and of Vsurie; the 
"Preparative to manage" having 
also a distinct register. 

— Another edition. JR. Field 
for T. Man, London, 1591. 8vo. 

4474. b. 103. 

— The pride of King Nehu- 
chadnezzar. Dan. 4. 26, 27. 
r. Scarlet, London, 1591. 12mo. ' 

4474. a. 21. 


— Another edition. T. Scarlet^ 
ILondan,] 1691. 8vo. 

4474. b. 102. (1.) 

SMITH (Henry) Minister of St. 
Clement Danes. The restitution of 
King Nabnchadnezzer. Dan. 4, 
veraeB 31, 32, 33, 34. T. Scarlet, 
London, 1591. 8vo. 4474. a. 24. 
Imperfect; wanting pp. 15, 16. 

— Another edition. T. Scarlet, 
[LofiAm,] 1591. 8vo. 

4474. b. 102. (3.) 

— Another edition. T. Scarlet, 
London, 1591. Bvo. 4474. a. 25. 

— A sermon of the benefite of 
contentation [on 1 Tim. vi. 6], etc. 
». a, B. Ward for J. Proctor, 
London, 1590. Bvo. 4452. a. 

Without pagination. 

— The Sinful! man's search. 
PA Sermon on Job viii. 5-7.] 
Prtnted for O. Burhy, London, 
1592. 8vo. 4452. o. (4.) 

— Another copy. 874. o. 12. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy T. S. for O. Burhy, London, 
1594. 8vo. 4474. b. 71. 

— The sinful! mans search, etc. 
(Maries Choise. [A Sermon on 
Inke X. 38-42.] With praiers, 
etc.) T. Scarlet for C. Burhy, 
London, 1594. 4to. 4452. bb. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for 0. Burhy, London, [1594t?] 8vo. 

4452. b. (2.) 
Imperfect ; wanting Big. D and E. 

— The Sinners Confession. [A 
Sermon on Luke xix. 6-9.] 
Printed for W, Leake, London, 
1594. 8vo. 4474. aaa. 92. 

Without pagination. 

— The Sinners Conversion. 
PA Sermon on Luke xix. 1-5.] 
l^rinted for W. Leake, London, 
1594. 8vo. 4410. o. 




SMITH (Henry) Minister of St. 
ClementDanes. The trumpet of the 
soule, sounding to judgement. [A 
sermon on Ecoles. xi. 9.] J. Perrin, 
London,1591. 16mo. 4452. a. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for the widdow Perrin, London, 
1593. 8vo. 4452. c. (3.) 

— [Another edition.] Where- 
unto is annexed, a Devout Prayer. 
JEf. All-de, London, 1621. 8vo. 

693. e. 11. (12.) 

— Another edition. 15. 2. 
Printed hy E. G. for O. Edwards, 
Xondon, 1640. 16mo. 4474. a. 45. 

— The Wedding Garment. 
[A Sermon on Rom. xiii. 14.] 
Printed for W. Wright, London, 
[1590?] 8vo. 4474. b. 66. 

— Another edition. London, 
1591. 8vo. 4474. a. 26. 

— Another edition. London, 
1591. 8vo. 4474. b. 67. 

SMITH (John) Governor of 
Virginia, etc. The Trauels and 
Aduentures of captaine I. S. in 
diners parts of the world. See 
PuRCHAS (S.) Purchas his Pil- 
grimes, etc. Pt. 2. 1625. fol. 

679. h. 12. 

— The Description of Virginia, 
by Capt. J. S., inlarged out of 
his written Notes. See Purchas 
(S.) Purchas his Pilgrimes, etc. 
Pt. 4. 1625. fol. 679. h. 14. 

— See Smith, Families of A 
congratulatory Poem upon the 
Noble Feast made by the... Fami- 
lies of the Smiths. [ With a wood- 
cut of the Exploits of J. Smith.] 
[1630?] fol. 835. m. 9. (37.) 

— An accidence or the path- 
way to experience, necessary for 
all Young Seamen;... shewing the 
Phrases, Offices and Words of 

4 Y 




Command, belonging to the Build- 
ing, Kidging, and Sayling, a 
Man of Warre, etc. Printed for 
J, Man and B, Fisher, London, 
1626. 4to. 633. d. 3. (1.) 

— Another copy. 633. f. 21. (1.) 

SMITH (John) Governor of 
Virginia, etc. Advertisements for 
the unexperienced Planters of 
New-England, or anywhere. Or, 
the Path-way to experience to 
erect a Plantation. With the 
yearely proceedings of this coun- 
try in Fishing and Planting, 
since the yeare 1614. to the yeare 
1630. and their present estate. 
Also how to prevent the greatest 
inconveniences, by their proceed- 
ings in Virginia, and other Plan- 
tations... With.. .a description of 
the Coast, Harbours, Habitations, 
etc. J. Haviland, London, 1631. 4to. 

C. 33. c. 14. 

With folding map of New England. 

— Another copy. G. 7123. 

— A Description of New Eng- 
land: or the observations, and 
discoveries, of Captain J. Smith 
in the North of America, in the 
year 1614: with the successe of 
size ships, that went the next 
veare 1616; and the accidents 
befell him among the French 
men of warre : With the proofo 
of the present benefit this Coun- 
trey affoords, etc. H. Lownes for 
B, Gierke, London, 1616. 4to. 

C. 13. a. 11. (2.) 

This copy ie without the map. 

— Another copy. G. 7122. 

Also wanting the map. 

— Another copy. C. 33. c. 12. 

Imperfect ; wanting the titlepage 
and tbe last leaf, containing verbes 
to the author by Thos. Carlton; 
these, however, have been supplied 
in fac-simile. This copy has the 

SMITH (John) Governor of 
Virginia, etc. The Generall His- 
toric of Virginia, New-England, 
and the Summer Isles, with the 
names of the Adventurers, Plan- 
ters, and Governours from their 
first beginning An*: 1584 to this 
present 1624... Also the Maps and 
Descriptions of all those Conn tryes, 
their Com modi tie8,people,Govem- 
ment, Customes, and Beligion yet 
knowne. Divided intosixe Bookes, 
etc. L. P. Printed by L 2>. and 
L H. for M. Sparkea, London^ 
1624. fol. G. 7037. 

The titlepage is engraved. Sheet 
0,pp. 97-104, which was suppressed, 
is wanting in this and all the other 
copies. In this copy, after (he <tri- 
ginal prints of the £>uchess of Rich- 
mond and of Matoaka, the counter- 
feit prints are likewise added. 

— Another copy. 601. 1. 8. 

This copy bears date 1626. Im- 
perfect: wanting the portraits and 
all the maps, except that of tlie 
Summer Isles; wanting also fol. 3, 
containing "A Preface of foure 

— Another copy. 601 . 1. 9. 

11)0 date in this copy is 1627. 
Imperfect ; wanting all the plates. 

— Another copy. 666. g. 1. (2.) 

Imperfect ; wanting the titlepage 
and aU the plates. 

— Another copy. 984. f. 11. 

With a new engrayed titlepage, 
bearing imprint and date, '* Printed 
by I. D. and I. H. for E. Black- 
more, London, 1632." 

— Another copy. 147. d. 2. 

— A Map of Virginia. With 
a description of the Conntrey, the 
Commodities, People, Govern- 
ment and Religion. Written by 
Captaine Smith... Wherennto is 
annexed the proceedings of those 
Colonies, since their first depar- 
ture from England, with the dis- 
courses, Orations, and relations of 




the Salva^s... Taken faithfully... 
out of the writings of Doctor 
Bnssell, T. Stndley ... And the 
relations of divers other... obser- 
vers there present then. [First 
compiled by R. Pots; revised] 
by W. S[trachey and edited by 
T. Abbay]. 2 pts. J. BarneSj 
Oxford, 1612. 4to. C. 33. c. 18. 

With folding plate. Each pi 
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and register. 

— Another copy. G. 7120. 

SMITH (JoHN^ Oovemor of 
Virginiaj etc. Isew En glands 
Trials : declaring the successe of 
26 ships employed thither within 
these six yeares; with the benefit 
of that Countrey by sea and land : 
and how to bnild threescore sayle 
of good ships, to make a little 
Navie Royall. W. Jones, London, 
1620. 4to. C. 33. o. 15. 

Without pagination. Begister B, G. 

— New Englands Trials. De- 
claring the snccesse of 80 Ships 
employed thither within these 
eight yeares; and the benefit of 
that Countrey by Sea and Land, 
^ith the present estate of that 
happie Plantation... And how to 
bnild a Fleete of good Shippes... 
The second Edition. W, Jones, 
London, 1622. 4to. C. 33. c. 5. 

Without pagination. Big. A-D. 
— Anotheroopy. 1061.a.21.(3.) 

— Another copy. G. 7197. 

— A True Relation of such oc- 
cnrrenoes and accidents of noate 
as hath hapned in Virginia since 
the first planting of that Collony, 
ivhich is now resident in the 
South part thereof, till the last 
retume from thence. Written 
"by Th. Watson. Gent., etc. [or 
rather by Captain John Smith. 

Edited by J. H.]. ». I. Printed 
for J. Tappe, London, 1608. 4to. 


Without pa^nation. With a 
folding map. The editor's preface 
shows tliat the titlepage is in error 
in giving T. Watson as the author. 

— Another copy. MS. Notes. 

C. 33. 0. 35. 

Imperfect ; wanting the map and 
the printer's address. 

SMITH (John) Governor of 
Virginia, etc. The True Travels, 
Adventures, and Observations of 
Gaptaine J. Smith, in Europe, 
Asia, Allrica, and America, from... 
1593. to 1629... Together with a 
continuation of his generall His- 
tory of Virginia, etc. J. H, for 
Hiomas Slater, London, 1630. fol. 

G. 7195, 

With plates and the map with the 
head of Smith by Passe, taken from 
his ^ Virginia." At the beginning of 
the volume is inserted: '*A Con- 
gratulatory Poem upon the noble 
Feast made by the Ancient and 
renowned Families of the Smiths. 
London, printed for Francis Smith." 

— Another copy. B. 273. (1.) 

— Another copy. 666. g. 1. (1.) 

Without the plates. 

SMITH (John) Minister of 
davering. See Jewel (J.) Bi- 
shop of Salisbury. 'AvoXoyia rrji 
*AyyXci>v "EKJcATyo'ias . . . Apologia Ec- 
clesiffi Anglicanaa Greece versa. 
Interprete I. S(mith), etc. Gr. 
1614. 12mo. 3505. a. 

Lat, and Gr. 

1639. 8vo. 
4109. a. 9. 

— Essex Dove presenting the 
world with a few of her Olive 
Branches ; or, a taste of the workes 
of ... J. Smith . . . Second edition , 
enlarged. [Edited hy I. Hart.] 
G, Miller for G. Edwards, London, 
1633. 8vo. 3752. b. 




SMITH f John) MinUter of 
CUwering. A pateme of true 
prayer. A learned and comfortable 
exposition or commentarie upon 
the Lords Prayer, etc. Printed 
hy L 2>. for T. Man, London, 
1624. 12mo. 873. f. 36. 

SMITH (John) WelUunller to 
the Mathematics, See Ephemerides. 
Smith... A new Almanacke and 
Prognostication... By J. S. 

SMITH (Jude) See Bible. — 
Old Testament. — Song of Solomon. 
A misticall devise of the spirituall betwene Christ... and the 
Church... set forth in verse by 
J.S.,etc. 1575. 8vo. C.37.b.47. 

— See Kynnestar (J.) A true 
reporte ... of an horrible . . . Murther, 
doen in the citie of Bristowe by 
one Jhon Kynnestar, etc. (An 
admonishment of the same [by 
J.S.].) 1573. 8vo. C. 34. a. 19. 

SMITH (Margaret) Lady. 
See C, B. An Elegie sacred to 
the Immortall Memory of Marga- 
ret Lady Smith, etc. [16 — ?] 4to. 

11626. d. 7. 

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Gloucester. See Babington (G.) 
successively Bishop of Llanaaff, 
etc. Certaine plaine, . .. notes upon 
every Chapter of Genesis, etc. 
[Commendatory prefaces by E. 
Littleton and M. S.] 1596. 4to. 

479. a. 4. (1.) 

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Glocester transcribed out of his 
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Sermon at the funerall of the... 
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ninth of November, 1624. by 
T. Prior, etc.) Elizabeth AUde for 
B. Allot, London, 1632. fol. 

4452. g. 

The funeral sermon has a Beparate 

IX. 23, 24] preached at Worcester, 
at an Assise, etc. [With a dedi- 
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MS. Notes. J. Barnes, Oxford. 
1602. 8vo. C. 12.d.l8.(3.) 

S M I T H (Nicholas) pseud. 
[i.e. Matthew Wilson.] See B., A. 
A defence of N. S. against a reply 
to his discussion of some pointes 
taught by Mr. Doctour Eellison 
in his treatise of the Ecclesiasti- 
cal! hierarchy. 1630. 8vo. 

701. a. 5. (3.) 

SMITH (Peter) D.D. See 
Bible. — Old Testament. — Lert- 
ticus. Expository Works. Hezapla 
Leviticum ... finished by P. S. 
1631. fol. 3104. d. 

SMITH rBiCHARD) Bishop of 
Chalcedon. See Catholic Keli- 
GiON. Th[e] P[r]udentiall Bal- 
lance of Religion, wherin the 
Catholike and Protestant religion 
are weighed together, etc. [By 
R. S.] 1609. 8vo. 3936. aa. 

A Conference of the Catho- 
like and Protestante Doctrine 
wi th . . . Holie Scri pture. Which 
is the second parte of the Pni- 
dentiall Balance of Beligion. 
[ByR.S.] 1631. 4to. 3936. dd, 

— See Featley (D.) The 
Grand Sacrilege of the Church 
of Rome,... Together with two 
Conferences ; the former at Paris 
with D. Smith... the later at Lon- 
don with Mr. Everard. 1630. 4to. 

3935. b. 

Transubstantiation ex- 
ploded: or, an Encounter with 
R.[S.],etc. 1638. 12mo. 854.a.23. 

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land. — Charles I., King. A Pro- 
clamation for the apprehension 
of R. S., etc. (Dec. 11, 1628). 
1628. fol. 606. h. 11. (114.) 

— A learned... Sermon [on Jer. A second Proclamation 




for the apprehension of R. S., etc. 
(24 March, 1628, 0.S.) 1628. fol. 

21. h. 1. (26.) 

SMITH (Richard) Bishop of 
Chalcedon. See B., S. 

— See S., R., Doctor of Diviniiy. 

— See Waferer (M.) An apo- 
logie for D. Featley against the 
calamnies of one S. E. in respect 
of his conference had with D'. 
Smith, etc. 1634. 4to. 

700. d. 19. (1.) 

SMITH (Bichard) Dean of 
Si- Peter*8 Churchy Douay, See 
Carlile (C.) a Discourse con- 
cerning two divine Positions... 
Written at the first by way of a 
confutation, against a Booke of 
R. S., of Oxford,... en tituled a Be- 
futation, imprinted 1562, etc. 
1582. 8vo. 847. a. 6. 

— See Cranmer (T.) Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, An Answer 
of... Thomas Arohbyshop ofCan- 
terburyc.unto a crafty...cavil- 
lation devised by S. Gardiner... 
Wherin is also... answered such 
places of the booke of D. B. Smyth, 
as may seeme any thyng woorthy 
the aunswering, etc. 1551. fol. 

475. d. 4. 

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blasphemose Book gatherid by... 
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other Papists,... against the godly 
mariadge of priests, etc. 1556. 8vo. 

C. 25. b. 7. 

— The assertion and defence 
of the sacramente of the aulter. 
Com py led and made by mayster 
Bichard Smythe, etc. 15. S. 
tT. Herforde^ London, 1546. 8vo. 

3932. c. 

SMITH (Bichard) Dean of 
St Peter's Church, Douay. A brief 
treatyse settynge forth diuers 
truthes necessary both to be be- 
leved of chrysten people, % kepte 
also, whiche are not expressed in 
the Scripture but left to y* 
Church by the Apostles traditio. 
i$« S* Thomas petit, London, 
1547. 8vo. 3932. a. 

— A defence of the Sacrifice 
of the Masse. »• I. W. MyddyU 
ton, London, 1546-47. 12mo. 

3932. a. 
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— Old Testament. — Psalms. 
Portions. Davids Blessed Man : 
or, a short Exposition upon the 1635. 8vo. 

3090. a. 

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1640. 8vo. 3089. a. 

— The admirable Convert : or, 
the miraculuxis conversion of the 
Thiefe on the Crosse. With the 
final I impenitency of the other. 
T. Harper for T. Alchome, London, 
1632. 16mo. 4408. aa. 

SMITH (Samuel), of 
Magdalen College, Oxford. Aditus 
ad Logicam...Quarta editio, etc. 
Per Ouilielmum Stansby, Londini, 
1627. 12mo. 8468. a. 

SMITH (Thomas) of Berwick- 
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SMITH (5tV Thomas) Secretary 
of State. See B., I., Gentleman. 
A Letter sent by I. B. Gentleman 
...wherin is conteined a large 
discourse of the peopling... the 
Cuntrie called the Ardes...taken 
in hand by Sir T. Smith, etc. 
[1572.] 8vo. C. 21. b. 49. (1.) 

— Ohitu$. See Harvey 
(Gabriel) G. Harveii...Smithus, 

— De Bepublioa Anglorum. 
The maner of Governement or 
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etc. Eng. i$. Z. H. Midleton, 
for O. Seton, London, 1584. 4to. 

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— [Another edition.] The 
Common- Welth of England, and 
maner of government thereof ... 
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Courts in England, the offices 
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». a. Few MS. Notes. J". Win- 
detfor O. Seton, London, 1589. 4to. 

1137. f. 1. 

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MS. Notes. V. Simmes for 0. Seton, 
London, 1594. 4to. 8007. a. 

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1601. 4to. 6146. a. 26. 

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Printed for J. Smethwicke, London, 
1609. 4to. 6146. aa. 32. 

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J. Smethwicke, London, 1621. 8 vo. 

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SMITH {Sir Thomas) Secretary 
of State, De Hepublica et admin- 
istratione Anglorum libri tres,... 
nunc primum J. Buddeni...fide... 
de sermone Anglicano in Latin um 
conversi. Pro offirina Nortoniana^ 
Londini, [1610?] 8vo. 

292. d. 10. (2.) 

— Sir T. Smithes voiage and 
Entertainment in Rushia. With 
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SMITH (Wentworth) 
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— The Hector of Germanic, or. 
The Palsgrave, prime elector. 




A new play, an honourable bys- 
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ditions. T. Creede for J, Harri- 
aoHj London, 1615. 4to. 162. e. 5. 

Without pagination. 

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S M T T H (Edward) See 
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...Discoarse, teaching the Tran- 
quilitie...of the minde... Trans- 
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SMYTH (Joftn) iS«ee Ainsworth 
(H.) A defence of the Holy 
Scriptares, Worship, and Minis- 
ter! e, used in the Christian 
Churches separated from Anti- 
christ: against the challenges 
... of M. S., etc. 1609. 4to. 

4103. d. 

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Evidences : The Church of Eng- 
Lind is Apostolical 1,... against... 
Mr.S.theSe-baptist,etc. 1610. 4to. 

4135. a. 

— See Robinson (J.) Of 
religious communion ... Also a 
Burve)'' of the confession of fayth 
published in certayn conclusions 
by the remaynders of Mr. Smithes 
company. 1614. 4to. 4323. b. 

SMYTH (Nicholas) See 
Heropian. The History of 
Herodian ... translated ... out of 
Latin into Englyshe, by N. S., 
etc. [1660?] 4to. 198. c. 2. 

French by ...P. Du Moulin... and 
translated into English by R. S.) 
2 pts. Printed for W. Turner, 
Oxfordyl634. l2mo. 4410. a. 

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SMYTH (Richard) Preacher 
in Barnstaple, Devonshire. Muni- 
tion against mans miserie and 
mortality ... Second edition. 
J. Barnes, Oxford, 1612. 12rao. 

4404. bb. 

SMYTH (Samuel) An Ex- 
position upon the sixt Chapter 
of. . . Hosea. Wherein is set do wne 
the true repentance of the Godly, 
as also the hypocriticall repent- 
ance of the wicked, etc. T, Pur- 
foot for B. Woodroffe, London, 
1616. 8vo. 3166. de. 

SMYTH (Thomas) See Redman 
(J.) A compendious treatise 
called the coplaint of Grace... 
No we newly and first set furth 
hy T. S., etc. [1556 ?] 8vo. 

4412. a. 

SMYTHE (Sir John) See 
Barwick (H.) a Breefe Dis- 
course concerning the force and 
effect of all manuall weapons 
of fire, etc. [In answer to 
the several discourses written by 
Sir J. S., etc.] [1594?] 4to. 

1042. 1. 40. 

— Certain Discourses ...con- 
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divcTS sorts of weapons, and 
other verie important matters 
Militarie, greatlie mistaken by 
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these daies : and chiefly of the 
Mosquet, the Caliver and the 
long-bow, etc. B. Johnes, Lon- 
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With slight variations. 

(Heraclitus ... First written in 

— Instructions, observations, 

and orders Mylitarie, requisite for 

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officers to understand... Com posed 

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SNUFFE (Clunnyco de Cur- 
TANio) pgeud, [i.e. John Singer.] 
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metamorphoses [sic] of changes 
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Concilio Tridentino, nella quale 
si scoprono tutti gl' artificii della 
Corte di Roma, per impedire che 
d6 la verity di dogmi si palesasse, 
1)6 la riforma del Papato, <fe della 
Chiesa si trattasse. [Edited by 
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O. BiUio, Londra, 1619. fol. 

491. i. 8. 

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— Another copy. 290. i. 41. 

S O N O. A song made of 


Yet he that doth read, or heare it 

shall find. 
Something of nothing to pleasure 

his mind. 
».fL. 2pts. Printed for J. Wright, 
London, [1640?] Broadside fol. 

Eox. I. 372. 

[Pandora. The Musyque of tlie 
beautie of his mistresse Diana.] 
Copious MS. Notes [by Geon^e 
Steevens and others, and cutting 
from the " European Magazine "]. 
)3. 31. [Thonuu Backette, London, 
1584.] 4to. C. 39. e. 35. 

Imperfect ; wanting titlepage and 
all before Big. A ii. Sevenil pages 
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SOPHISTER. The SopLister. 
A comedy [in five acts, in prose and 
verse. By R. Zouch?]. Printed 
by J. 0. for H. Mostey, London, 
1639. 4to. 643. c. 60. 

Without pagination. 

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SOPHOCLES. Sophoclis 
Antigone. [Translated into Latin 




▼erse.] Interprete T. Watsono. 
Huic addantur pompas qusedam, 
ex Bingulis Tragedise actis deri- 
vatse; & post eas, totidem the- 
mata sententiis refertissima, etc. 
J. Wolfitts, Londini^ 1581. 4to. 

1070. m. 31. (2.) 

Dialogue, perswading the people 
to reaereuce and attend the or- 
dinance of God, in the ministerie 
of their owne pastors. Partly 
»• a, T. Orwin for T. Man, 
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SOPPETH (Eduardus) See 
Petrus (Galfredus) Fratris G. 
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SORANZO (Lazzaro) The 
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of the might and power of Ma- 
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of the Turkes now raigning...A8 
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Peoples, Countries, Citties and 
Voyages... most necessarie to bee 
knowen, especially at this time of 
the present Warre in Hungarie. 
Translated out of Italian into 
English by A. Hartwell. J. Windet, 
London, 1603. 4to. 1312. c. 19. 

SORBONNE. 5ee Academies, 
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SORRIANO (Giovanni) The 
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SOTO (Andreas de) The 

Ransome of Time being captive. 
Wherein is declared how precious 
k thing is time ... Written in 
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SOTO(Ferdinandode) F.deS. 
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SOUL. The Soules Implanta- 
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broken heart ...» The preparation of 
the heart..., The sonles ingraffine 
into Christ..., Spirituall love and 
joj. [By T. Hooker.] Printed 
by B. Young, London, 1637. 4to. 

4409. f. 

treatise oonceming the right use 
and ordering r)f bees, etc. 33. Z* 
T. Orwin for T, Woodcocke, London^ 
1593. 4to, 7295. o. 

Without pagination. 

SOUTHET (Robert) [Biogra- 
phical notice.'] See Chorley (H. F.) 
The authors of England. 

See Campian (E.) A true report 
of the death and martyrdome 
of M. Campion, ... M. Sherwin 
and M. Bryan...Observid and 
written by a Catholike preist 
[R. S.?] which was present therat, 
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Epistle of Comfort to the Reve- 
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sort restrained in Durance for the 
Catholioke Fayth. [By R. S.] 
[1604?] 8vo. 699. b. 10. 

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— See Passion. The Passion of 
a Discontented Mind. [A poem 
by N. Breton? or by R. S.?j 
1621. 4to. 1076. i. 20. 

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1599. 4to. C. 39. e. 29. 

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SOUTHWELL (Robesrt) 
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Saint Peters Ten Teares, etc. [By 
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1602. 4to. C. 39. e. 30. 

— See S., R. 

— See W., S. 

— An Epistle of comfort to the 
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ourable, worshipful! & other of 
the lay sort, restrayned in durance 
for the Catholike faith. By R. 
S(outhwell), of the Society of 
Jesus. 1616. 8yo. 3935. a. 

— S. Peter's Complaint, and 
Saint Mary Magdalen's funerall 
teares. With sundry other selected 
and devout Poemes. 1620. 12mo. 

11622. a. 41. 

Earlier editions of this and the 
prece'ling work were pnbllBbed 

— The Triumphs over Death : 
Or A Consolatorie Epistle, for 
afflicted minds, in the affects of 
dying friends... by R. S(outhwell), 
etc. V. Simmes for J. BuMe^ 
London, 1596. 4to. 873. e. 24. 

— Another copy. G. 742. (2.) 

SOWERNAM (Ester) pseud. 
[Ester hath hang'd Haman; or, 
an answere to a lewde pamphlet, 
entituled the Arraignment of 
Women [by J. Swetnam]; with 
the arraignment of lewd^ idle, 
froward and unoonstant men and 
husbands... Written by E. Sower- 
nam, neither maide, wife, nor 
widdowe, yet really all, and there- 

S P SPA 1420 

fore ezperienoed to defend all.] biting of mad Dogges, together 

[London, 1617.] 4to. with the cure thereof. Printed 

C. 40. c, 34. (2.) for J. BiU, London, 1613. 4to. 

Imperfect; wanting titlepage and 11^1. i. 1. [1>) 

an tefore dg. B, and the whole of s P A G N U O L I (Baptista) 

Mantuanus, B. Mantuani ... ado- 

SP., Ed. Complaints. Con- lesoentia, sen bucolica, brevibus 

taining eundrie small Poemes of Jodoci Badii commentariis illiis- 

the Worlds Vanitie... (The Ruines trata. His accesserunt Joannis 

of Time. — The Teares of the Murmelii in singulas eclogas ar- 

Muses. — Virgils Gnat. — Prosopo- gumenta, cum annotatiunculis 

paia, or Mother Hubberds Tale. — ejusdem in loca aliquot obscuriora. 

The Ruines of Rome [translated Accessit & index... novus... opera 

from the original of J. du Bellay]. B. Laurentis. Apud T. Marsh, 

— Muiopotmos, or The Tale of Londini, 1673. 8vo. 11405. a. 
the Butterflies. — ^Visions of the 

Worlds vanitie.— Bellayes vi- — Another edition. JS»«/ypo- 

sions. — ^Petrarches visions.) By graphia Societatia Stationariorum, 

Ed. Sp[enser]. MS. Notes. Im- -Lan4tm,1627. 8vo. 1213. b. 7.(1.) 

printed for W, Ponsonhie, London, mi t^ ^ n -r^ -^r . 

1591(90). 4to. C. 39. e. 5. (2.) -TheEglogsof. B Mantuan. 

"^ ^ ^ ,., turned into English verse, & 

Withont pagination. Several of get forth with the Argument to 

the poerns have special titlepages. e>vfirv Eo-loe-ft hv a Tiirbervilft 

The register is continuous. Pt. 4, JJ®^ Jligioge Dj tr. lurDerviie. 

containing " Muiopotmos," is dated »• *• -"• ^ynneman, London, 

1590. 1567. 8vo. 238. 1. 17. 

— Another copy. G. 11539. SPAIN. See P., T. The Copie 

. • of a Letter sent from sea by a 

— Another copy. 239. i. 1. GenUeman, who was employed in 

n««i.««r^« A« T?i««;« „,x«« discoverie on the Coast of Spaine, 

ihrdSfcttntblo'^iirvK ^^ ^^89. 4to. C. 33. 1 11. 

ona Douglas Howard, Daughter — &e M, D. F. R. de. A An- 

and heire of Henry Lord Howard, swer to the untruthes, published 

... By Ed. Sp[en8er]. Printed for and printed in Spaine, in glorie of 

W. Pontonbff, London, 1591. 4to. their supposed victorie atchieved 

G. 11538. against our English Navie, eta 

Without pagination. A second 1589. 4to. G. 6156. 
edition of this poem, bearing date 

1596, was printed to accompany the — The Present State of Spaina 

-FowreHymnes" of the same date, Translated [by R. Seigier] out 

J^uT^r^ ^^ *^^ *'''^°''' ^^ ^^•®^^^- (A oopie of speciall 

record, of the homage done by 

SPA. A briefe Discourse of Philip Archduke of Austria... to 

the... Substance of the Water of the ..King of France, Lewes the 

Spa w ;... translated out of French twelft...l409.) Imprinted hy P. S. G. T., etc. [London? for B. Serger, London, 169^ 4to. 

1600?] 4to. 1171. e. 9. (6.) 8042. aaa. 

SPACEMAN (Thomas) A Without pagination. 

Declaration of such greivous acci- — A true coppie of a discourse 

dents as commonly follow the written by a Gentleman, employed 




in the late Voyage of Spaine and 
Portingale [under Sir F. Drake 
and Sir J. Norris] : sent to his 
particular friend, and by hiru 
published, for the better satisfac- 
tion of all such, as having been 
seduced b}' particular report, have 
entred into conceipts tending to 
the discredit of the enterprise, 
and Actors of the same. Printed 
for T. Woodcock, London, 1589. 4to. 

292. e. 7. 

— Another copy. G. 6515. 

SPAIN. Vox populi. Or, 
Newes from Spayne, translated 
according to the Spanish coppie 
[or rather written by Thomas 
Scott, B.D.] which may serve to 
forwarn both England and the 
United Provinces how farre to 
trust to Spanish pretences. [6ror- 
cumf] 1620. 4to. 1093. b. 80. 

Without pagination. Thia work 
was afterwards republished with the 
name of Sir R. B. Cotton, as the 
author, on thetitlepage,and entitled: 
** A choice narrative of count Gou- 
damor's transactions during his 
embassy in England." 

— Another copy. 100. c. 4. 

— Another edition. 15. E. 
1620. 4to. G. 15499. (6.) 

Slightly cropped. 

— Another edition. 15. 3t. 
1620. 4to. 1103. e. 12. (1.) 

This edition has an engraved 
portrait of T. Scott prefixed, and 
an addreiss to the reader which i« 
not found in the preceding editions. 

— The second part of Vox 
Populi : or Gondomar appearing 
in the likenes of Matchiavell in 
a Spanish Parliament, wherein 
are discovered his treacherous... 
practises to the mine as well of 
England as the Netherlandes. 
Faithfully translated out of the 
Spanish coppie by a well wilier 
to England and Holland (T. S. 

of U.) [or rather written by 
Thomas Scott of Utrecht]. The 
second edition. A. Janss^ broricom^ 
1624. 4to. 1103. e. 13. 

STAIN,— Navy, Certaino Ad- 
vertisements out of Ireland, con- 
cerning the losses and distresses 
happened to the Spanish Navie, 
upon the West coastes of Ireland, 
in their voyage intended from the 
Northeme Isles beyond Scotland, 
towards Spaine. See Mendoza 
(B. de) The Copie of a letter 
sent out of England to Don B. 
Mendoza, etc. 1588. 4to. 

599. b. 3. (2.) 

— See Spanish Libs. A packe 
of Spanish lyes, [concerning the 
Spanish Armada,] etc. 1588. 4to. 

292. f. 24. 

— Certaine advertisements out 
of Ireland, concerning the losses 
and distresses happened to the 
Spanish Nauie, upon the West 
Coaistes of Ireland, in their voyage 
intended from the Northeme Isles 
beyond Scotland, towards Spaine. 
». a, I. Vautrollier for B, Field, 
London, IdSS. 4to. 292.e. 9. (2.) 

Another edition, with slightvaria- 
tions, of tlie '' Certaine Advertise- 
ments," appended to the ** Letter to 
Don Bemardin de Mendoza." 

— Another copy. G. 6075. 

— Another copy. G. 6512. (2.) 

— A notable and wonderfull 
sea-fight, betweene two great and 
wel-mounted Spanish shipps, and 
a small and not very well pro- 
vyded English shipp, eta V« %• 
O. Vefeler, Amsterdam, 1621. 4to. 

1093. b. 84. 

Without pagination. 

— A true Discourse of the 
Armie which the King of Spaine 
caused to bee assembled in the 
Haven of Lisbon... in the yeare 




1588. against England ... Trans- 
lated ont of French into English, 
bj D. Archdeacon, eta [Edited 
by E. B.] ». a. /. TToZ/e, Lon- 
don, 1688. 8vo. C. 33. a. 10. 

— Another copy. G. 6071. 

— Another copy. C 8. b. 10. 

SPAIN. — Navy. A true re- 
lation of a wondeifull Sea Fight 
betweene two great and well 
appointed Spanish Ships or Men 
of Warre; and a small and not 
very well provided English Ship, 
eta Printed for N, J5., London^ 
1621. 4ta 1093. b. 83. 

Without pagination. 

— A tTTiQ relation of that which 
lately hapned to the great Spanish 
Fleet, and Galeons of Terra Firma 
in America; with many strange 
Deliveries of Captaines, and Soul- 
diers in the tempest; . . . also, a cata- 
logue of those persons of account, 
which eyther perihhed in this 
tempest, or were miraculously 
preserved. Faithfully translated 
out of the Spanish, eta Printed 
for N. Buttery N. Bourne and 

W. Sheffard, London, 1623. 4ta 

1324. a 

— Another copy. J. R. 8. 

— Two famous sea-fights. 
Xiately made, betwixt the fleetes 
of the King of Spain and the 
fleetes of the Hollanders. The 
one in the West-lndyes: The 
other, the eight of this present 
moneth of February, betwixt 
Callis and Qravelin. Printed for 
N. Butter and N. Bourne, London, 
1639. 4to. 1103. d. 70. 

Without pagination. 

SPAIN.— Philip IL, King. 
See D,, K. A true Beport of the 
genefral] Imbarrement of all the 
xSngliah Shippes, under the do- 

E minion] of tlie Kinge of Spaine 
Philip IL], eta 1585. 8vo. 

G. 6059. 

SPAIN.— Philip IL, King. 
The kinges commission for the 
imbarment of all Fnglish ships. 
[Translated from the Spanish.] 
rAt Barselonia, 29 May [1585].) 
See Mote (H.) The Primrose uf 
London, with her valiant adven- 
ture, etc. 1686. 4to. C. 32. b. 1. 

— See Netherlands, United 
Provinces of the. A Treatise of 
the Peace made... bet ween the 
States of the Low Countries and 
the Prince of Orange... With the 
agreement and confirmation of 
the £ing*8 Majestic, etc. 
[1676.] 16mo. 721. a. 6. (4.) 

— A Treatise against the Pro- 
clamation published by the King 
of Spayne, by which he proscribed 
the late Prince of Orange : wher- 
by shall appeare the sclaunders 
and faloe accusations conteyned 
in the sayd proscription ([dated] 
Maestri cht ... xv, March ... 1580), 
which is annexed to the ende of 
this Treatise, etc. [Translated 
from the French of H. Ijanguet.] 
i>e//<,[1581]. 4to. 1055.g.l6.(4.) 

— [Another edition.] The 
Apologie or defence of the most 
noble Prince William ...against 
the proclamation and edict, pub- 
lished by the King of Spaine, 
[Philip II. ], by which he pro- 
Bcribeth the saide Lorde Prince, 
whereby shall appeare tbe sclaun- 
ders, and false accusations, con- 
teined in the saide prosciiption, 
which is annexed to the end of 
this apologie. Delft, 1681. 4to. 

154. g. 16. (1.) 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. 1 193. L 3. (2.) 

Imperfect ; wanting the titlepage 
and three subBoquent leaves. 




SPAIN.— Philip III., King. 
See Great Britain and Ireland. 
— James I., King. Articles of 
peace, enteroourse and commerce, 
concluded in the names of... 
James... King of Great Britaine... 
and Philip the third, King of 
Spaine, etc. 1605. 4to. 6955. a. 

— The Coppy of a Letter and 
Commission, of the King of S., 
Phillip the third, sent unto the 
Vice-roy of Portugall, dated the 
20 day of June ... 1 602. Wherein 
the dealings and trade of ships 
& marchandize is forbidden, with 
the snbjectes of Holland... and 
England, &c. with the said... 
countries of Spaine and Portugall 
. . . translated . . . into English . )$• H* 
Printed for T. Pavier, London, 
1602. 4to. 9414. b. 2. 

— A Proclamation of the Truce 
betweene his Maiesty of Spayne, 
...and the States GeneralL..Pro- 
claymed...thel4of Aprill,...1609. 
Translated out of the Dutch, etc. 
30« S« Imprinted for J. Budge, 
London, 1609. «. sh. fol. 

506. h. 10. (102.) 

— Newes from Spaine. The 
King of Spaines Edict, for the 
Expulsion... of more then nine 
hundred thousand Moores ... 
Translated out of Spanish... by 
W. I. Imprinted for N. Butter, 
London, 1611. 4to. C. 83. e. 

Withoat pagination. 

SPAIN.— Philip IV., King. A 
proclamation for reformation, 
published and commanded (to be 
observed as a law)... translated 
out of the originall Spanish, etc. 
Printed for N. Butter, N. Bourne, 
T. Archer^ London, 1623. 4to. 

884. h. 26. (4.) 

See Hutten (R.) The Su of 
divinitie, etc. [Translated from 

the *' Margarita Tlieologica" of 
J. Spangenberg.] 1548. 8vo. 

696. b. 26. 

Margarita Theologica, oontinens 
praecipuos locos doctrinse Chria- 
tianab per qusestiones breviter & 
ordine explicates, etc. MS. Notes. 
Apud Oerardum Dewes, Londini, 
1666. 8vo. 1018. i. 19. (2.) 

•— Another edition. Apud 
Henricum Bynnemann, Londini, 
1673. 8vo. 3559. aa. 19. 


Fig for the Spaniard, or Spanish 
Spirits, etc. 1691. 4to. 8042. aa. 

— See D., T. A new Ballet of 
the...cruell Whippes which the 
Spanyards had prepared to 
wnippe ... English men and 
women, etc. 1688. s. sh. fol. 

C. 18. e. 2. (63.) 

— See English Fuqitivks. A 
Discourse of the Usage of the 
English Fugitives by the S. 
1696. 4to. 8042. aa. 

— See G., C. A Watch-worde 
for Warre... Published by reason 
of the dispersed rumors amongst 
us, and the suspected comming of 
the Spanyard against us, etc. 
1696. 4to. 8122. aa. 

— The Spaniards perpetuall 
Designes to an universall Mon- 
archic. Translated according to 
theFrenoh. [Londonf] 1624. 4to. 

8042. aaa. 

Withoat pagination. 


See Spain. — Navy. 


See 6., I. The copy of a letter 
lately written by a Spaniahe 
Gentleman to his friend in Eng- 
land, etc. 1689. 8yo. 0.33. a. 12. 




PACTION. See W., W. A 

Dialogue betwixt a Secular Priest 
and a lay Gentleman being an 
Abstract of the more important 
matters that are in controversie 
betwixt the Priests and the 
Spanisher Jesoiticall . Faction. 
1601. 4to. 860. k. 13. (6.) 

of Spanish Lyes, sent abroad in 
the world : first printed in Spaine 
in the Spanish tongue, and trans- 
lated out of the originall. Now 
Tipped up, unfolded, and by just 
examination condemned, as con- 
teyning false, corrupt, and detest- 
able wares, worthy to be damned 
and burned. Partly V. £« The 
Deputies of 0, Barker^ London^ 
1688. 4to. 292. f. 24. (1.) 

The *« Spanish Lyes" and the 
** €!ondemnation " of them are printed 
in parallel columns, the former in 
Black Letter. 

— Another copy. G. 6155. 


Spanish Pilgrime : or, an admir- 
able discovery of a Bomish 
Catholicke. Shewing how neces- 
sary and important it is, for the 
Protestant Kings, Princes, and 
Potentates of Europe; to make 
warre upon the King of Spaine's 
owne Countrey, etc. [Translated 
from the Spanish original into 
French & augmented by I. D. 
Dralymont.] Printed by B. A.y 
Landofiy 1625. 4to. 1103. e. 23. 


An experim entail Discoverie of 
Spanish Practises, or, the Coun- 
sel! of a...Souldier, for -the good 
of his Prince and State. Where- 
in is manifested... the Cruelty 
and Policy of the Spaniard, eta 
(A 8€*cond Part... with more ex- 
cellent reason s ... to dissolve the . . . 
treaties... of the match and the 
VOL. in. 

Pallatinate and enter into warre 
with the Spaniards. Whereunto 
is adjoyned a worthy oration... 
wherein the right... of the Nether- 
landish warre... is approved, etc.) 
2 pts'. [London f] 1623-24. 4to. 

1103. e. 15. (1, 2.) 

Each pt. has a separate titlepage 
and register. Pi 2 is without pctgi- 

— Another copy of pt. 1. 

8042. d. 

— Another copy of pt. 1. 

100. a. 8. 


See Spanish Jesqitical Faction. 

SPARE (Michael) See 8., M. 

See Spabke (W.) 

SPAREE (Thomas^ See Albtn 
DE Valsergues (J. d') An an- 
swere to Master J. de Alhines 
notahle discourse against heresies 
...compiled by T. Spark, , etc. 
1591. 4to. 697. g. 29. 

— See N., S., Doctor of Divinity, 
An Antidote... against the pesti- 
ferous writings of all English 
sectaries... in particuler against 
D. Sparkes, etc. 1615, etc. 4to. 

3935. c. 

1622. 4to. 698. c. 24. 

— A brief and short cate- 
chisme, necessarie for all tbem 
that would be Christians in deed, 
to be able to understand and to 
answer unto. V. &. B. Newherie, 
[London, 1580 ?] 8vo. 

3505. c. 52. (1.) 

Without pagination. Big. E ii.- 
H V. Probalily only the second 
part of a work, entitled : '* A com- 
fortable treatise fur a troubled con- 
science," etc. 

— A brotherly Perswasion to 





XJnitie; and uniformitie in judg- 
ment and practise touching the 
received and present ecclesiasti- 
cal! government, and the au- 
thorised rites and ceremonies of 
the Church of England... Nfewly 
corrected and enlarged, etc. 
Printed for J. Hooke, London, 
1607. 4to. 700. f. 16. (4) 

SPARKE (Thomas) A sermon 
[on Isaiah lvii. 1, 2] preached... 
at the Buriall of... Arthur Lorde 
Grey of Wilton, etc. 13, il, 
/. Barnes, Oxford, 1593. 8vo. 

1359. b. 12. 

— Another copy. 1417. a. 32. 

— Another copy. 1417. a. 33. 

— Another copy. 1417. a. 34. 

— A Sermon [on Rev. xiv. 13] 
preached at the buriall of... the 
Earle of Bedford, etc. ». H. 
London,16S5. 8vo. 4903. aa. 14. 

Newly ... corrected 

by the Authour. )3. 3l. J, Barnes, 
Oxford, 1594. 8vo. 1415. a. 43. 

— Another copy. 1415. a. 44. 

SPARKE (William) Vis 
Natures, et Yirtus Vitas, explicates, 
oomparates, ad universum Doc- 
trines ordinem cons tituendum, etc. 
JB. Field, Londini, 1612. Svo. 

527. c. 26. 

SPARKES (Thomas) 
See Sparks. 

SPARRY (Francis) See 
Cattan (C. de) The Geomancie 
of Maister 0. Cattan... Translated 
...(byF.S.). 1591. 4to. 

SPAW. See Spa. 

pseud, Drinke and Welcome : or 
the... History of the most part 
of Drinks, in use in the King- 
domes of Great Brittaine and 

Ireland. . . ; with . . . the causes of all 
sorts of weather... Compiled first 
in the high Dutch tongue, by... 
H. van Speagle, ... and now ... 
translated into English prose and 
verse. By John Taylor for rather 
written by J. Taylor the "Water 
Poet]. A.Oriffin,London,1637. 4to. 

C. 31. c. 


Speculum Belli sacri: or the 
Looking-glasse of the Holy War, 
etc. 1624. 4to. 4404. g. 

SPEED (John) [For editions 
of Speed's Genealogies printed 
with the Bible and not issued 
separately :] see Bible. 

— See Bible. — Genealogies, 
Begin. The Genealogies of Holy 
Scriptures. [By J. S.] [1611.] fol. 

466. i. 6. (2.) 

— [For editions of Speed's 
Genealogies, which were issued 
separately, and under the initials 
J. S. :] see S., J. 

— A Clowd of Witnesses, and 
they the Holy Genealogies of the 
Sacred Scriptures, confirming 
unto us the truth of the histories 
in God's most holie Word, and 
the humanitie of Christ Jesus. 
(An Alphabetical table serving 
for the readie finding of any 
name contained in the Genealo- 
gies.) 2 pts. J, Beale far 
D, Speed, London, 1616. Svo. 

4377. aa. 

Pt. 2 has a diBtinot titlepage, but 
the register is oontinuoua. 

The second edition. 

2 pts. J. Beale, London, 1Q20. 8vo. 

4377. aa. 

— A prospect of the meet 
famous parts of the World... to* 
gether with all the provinces, 
counties and shires, contained in 
. . . Great Brittaines empire. ( A . . . 




description of the Civill Warres... 
in England, etc.) 2 pts. cT Daw- 
son for G, HufMe, London, 
1631-27. fol. 794. 1. 7. (1, 2.) 

Pt. 2 has a separate titlepage, as 
follows : '* The Theatre of the Em- 
pire of Oreat Britain," etc., and a 
separate pagination and register, 
and is preceded by three leaves, 
oontaining the *' description of the 
Civill Wanes, etc.," and paged (5) 
to (8). With portrait of Speed. 

SPEED (John) The Gene- 
alogies of the Scriptnres according 
to every Familie and Tribe. Wi th 
the lyne of our Sauiour Jesus 
Christ ohseryed from Adam to 
the ... Virgin Mary. [London, 
1620?] 4to. 689. e. 9. 

— [A Description of England 
and Wales.] T. Snodham for 
J, Sudburie and (?• Humble^ Lon- 
don, 1615. 8vo. 796. a. 1. 

Without titlepage, pagination, or 
register. Printed on one side only : 
with a separate imprint to the 
description of each county. 

— The Theatre of the Empire 
of Great Britaine : presenting an 
exact geography of the kingdoms 
of England, Scotland, Ireland, 
etc. Xondon, 1611. fol. G.7884. 

With maps. The titlepage is 

— England, Wales, Scotland 
and Ireland described and 
abridged with y* historic relation 
of things worthy memory from 
a farr larger voulume [i.e, the 
•• Theatre of the Empire of Great 
Britain " of J. S.J. G. Humble, 
[London, 1 620 ?] Obi 1 2mo. 

669. a. 17. 

The titlepage is engraved. The 
date has been cut off. 

— Another edition. G. Humble, 
[London,] 1627. Obi 8vo. 

569. a. 33. 

— The history of Great Bri- 

taine under the conquests of ye 
Bomans, Saxons, Danes, and 
Normans... from Julius Caesar to 
our most gracious soveraigne 
King lames. [A continuation, 
or, the historical part of "The 
Theatre of the Empire of Great 
Britain, etc."] W. HaU and 
J. Beale, for J, Ludbury and 
G. Humble, London, 1611. fol. 

2072. e. 

The titlepage is engraved. 

— Another copy. L. P. 

201. i. 7. 

— Another copy. G. 7886. 

The second edition 

revised & enlarged. Sold by 
G. Humble, London, 1623. fol. 

697. 1. 8. 

Third edition en- 
larged, and newly corrected, with 
sundry descents of Saxons kings, 
their marriages and armes. 
/. DawBonfor G. Humble, London, 
1632. fol. 2072. e. 

With portrait mounted on the fly-leaf. 

— Another copy. 196. g. 12. 

SPEED (B.) See 8., a. 

SPEOHT (James*) A briefe 
demonstration, who have, and of 
the certainty of their salvation 
that have, the spirit of Christ, 
etc. W. HaU for T. Man, London, 
1613. 8vo. 874. c. 26. 

— Another copy. 693. e. 12. (6.) 

SPEGHT (Rachel) Mortali- 
ties Memorandum, with a dreame 
prefixed, imaginarie in manner, 
reall in matter. [In verse.] 
E, Griffin for J, Bhome, London, 
1621. 4to. 11626. d. 

— Another copy. Q. 11460. 

— A mouzell for Melastomus, 
the Cynicall Bayter of, and fbule 




mouthed Barker against Evahs 
sex. Or an apologeticall answere 
to that irreligious and illiterate 
pamphlet, made hy Jo. Sw(etnam), 
and hj him intituled, The ar- 
raigneiuent of women. N, Okes 
far T. Archer^ London, 1617. 4to. 

8415. e. 

SPEGHT (Thomas) See 
Chaucer (G.) iWorks,'] The 
Workes of our Antient and 
lemed Englih«h poet, G. Chaucer 
newly printed, etc. [Edited by 
T. S.] 1698. fol. 641. 1. 1. 

SPEIDELL (John) A geo- 
metricall extraction, or a com- 
pendious collection of the chiefe 
and choyse probleme8...out of the 
best ... writers. Whereunto is 
added, about 30. problemes of 
the authors invention. E. Allde, 
London, 1616. 4to. 8531. b. 

SPELMAN (Charles) See 
Spelman (Sir H.) Concilia... in 
re Ecclesiarum Orbis Britannici 
...opera... H. S., etc. [Vol. 2 
edited by C. S.] 1639, etc. fol. 

7. f. 4. 

SPELMAN (&r Henrt) See 
EuDiERD (Sir B.) Sir B. Rudierd 
his speech in behalfe of the 
clergie... confirmed by the testi- 
monies of... Sir H. S. 1628. 4to. 

698. g. 10. (4.) 

— H. Spelmanni...Arch8Bolo- 
gus. In modum Glossarii ad rem 
antiquam posteriorem continentis 
Latino- Barbara, peregrin a, obbo- 
leta et novatse si^nificationis vo- 
cabula, quae ... in Ecclesiasticis 
profanisq; scriptoribus, ... legibus 
antiquis, chartis et formulis oc- 
currunt. Scholii8...illu8trata, etc. 
Pt. 1. Apud Joannem Beale, 
Londini, 1626. fol. 625. i. 19. 

No more of this edition was pnUished. 

SPELMAN (5tV Henry) Con- 
cilia, Decreta, Leges, Constita- 
tiunes, in re Ecclesiarum Orbis 
Britannici ... opera et scrutinio 
Henrici Spelman. [Vol. 2 edited 
by C. Spelman.] 2 vols. ExeudeboU 
B. Badger.,. Lnpensis P. Si^hani A 
0. Meredith, Londini, 1639-64. foL 

7. f. 4. 

The imprint of the second volome 
is, *' Londini, Apud Aliciam Wanen 

— Another copy. 494. 1. 1. 

Vol. 2 is on large paper. 

— De non temerandis Ecclesiis. 
A Tracte of the Rights and Re- 
spect due unto Churches. Written 
to a Gentleman, who having an 
appropriat Parsonage, empluied 
the Church to prophane uses : 
and left the Parishioners un- 
certainly provided of Divine 
Service, in a Parish neere, etc. 
(A Sermon of S'. Augustines 
touching rendring of Tithes^ 
MS. Notes [by the author]. 
J, Beale, London, 1613. 8vo. 

857. b. 5. (1.) 

— Another copy. MS. Notes 
[by the author]. 867. b. 5. (2.) 

Imperfect ; wanting the sermon. 

— Another copy. 857. b. 5. (3.) 

With a new titlepage. 

— Second edition. 

J. Beale, London, 1616. 8vo. 

517. a. 43. 

Titlepage and prefiEMie mutilated. 

— Another edition. A, Hart, 
Edinburgh, 1616. 8vo. 1360. b. 

SPELMAN (Sir John) See 
Bible. — Old Testament. — Pmlms. 
Polyghtt, Psalterium Davidis 
Latino-Saxonicum vetus, a J. 
Spelmanno...editum. 1640. 4to. 

1008. b. 6. 




S P E N C E (Paul) See 
Abbot (B.) Bishop of Salisbury, 
A Mirronr of Popish Subtil- 
ties: discovering sundry wretched 
... evasions ... which a secret ... 
Papist in the behalfe of one 
P. S. Priest ... hath gathered 
... for the ... discrediting of sun- 
drie allegations of scriptures... 
against the doctrine of the 
Church of Borne, concerning Sa- 
craments, etc. 1594. 4to. 

1019. f. 21. (2.) 

SPENCER (Benjamin) 
See Spenser. 

SPENCER (John) Bellum 
grammaticale ; sive, nominum 
verborum^ disoordia civilis, tra- 
gioo-comoetlia. Editio ... altera 
multo emendatior cur& B. Spen- 
ceri, etc. ExcudehcU J. Spencerus, 
Londini, 1636. 8vo. 11712. b. 

— Anothercopy. 636. c. 21.(4.) 

Spencer (J.) Bellum grammati- 
cale... Editio... altera multo emen- 
datior cur& B. Spenceri, etc. 
1635. 8vo. 11712. b. 

SPENCER (Bobert) Baron 
Spencer of Womdeighton, The 
Muses Thankfulnesse, or a Fune- 
raU Elegie,. consecrated to the... 
memory of the late ... Bobert, 
Baron S., of Wormleighton, etc. 
[London, 1627.] 12mo. 

11623. aaa. 30. 

With an emblazoned drawing of 
the family shield. Without pagi- 
nation; interleaved with bladic 

SPENCER (Thomas) The 
Art of Logick, delivered in the 
precepts of Aristotle and Bamus : 
"wherein the agreement of both 
Authors is declared ; the defects 
in Bamus are supplyed,...the pre- 
cepts of both are expounded, etc. 

J, Dawson for N. Bourne, London, 
1628. 8vo. 527. b. 29. 

— [Another copy.] Logicke 
unfolded : or the Body of Logicke 
in Englishe, made plaine to the 
meanest capacity. ByT.S(pencer) 
Gent. London, 1656. Svo. 

E. 1645. (1.) 

A dnplicate of the preceding 
with a different titlepage. 

SPENCER (Thomas) Mas- 
chil Unmasked. In a Treatise 
defending thin sentence of our 
Church: vidz. The present Bomish 
Church hath not the nature of 
the true Church. Against the 
publick opposition of M"" Cholm- 
ley and M' Butterfield,... revolted 
from ...the Church of England, 
W, Jones, London, [1629]. 4to. 

108. a. 43. 

SPENSER (Benjamin) Vox 
civitatis, or Londons complaint 
against her children in the Coun- 
trey. Shewing to them her infir- 
mitie, povertie, desolate misery, 
etc. Printed by L D.for N. Bourne, 
London, 1625. 4to. 7560. a. 

— Another edition. Printed 
by E, P. for W. Hope, London, 
1636. 4to. 873. e. 101, 

SPENSER (Edmund) See 
Harvey (G.) Foure letters and 
certaine sonnets, etc. [Including 
a sonnet to the author, sub- 
scribed E. Spencer.] 1592. 4to. 

C. 40. d. 

— The Shepheardes Calender. 
See Immebito, pseud. 

— See Nenna (G. B.) Nennio, 
Or A Treatise of Nobility... Done 
into English by W. Jones, Gent. 
[Preceded by four commendatory 
Sonnets by E. S., G. Chapman, 
S. Daniel and A. Day.] 1695. 4to. 

8407. d. 




SPENSER (Edmund) See 
NooT (J. VAN der) a Theatre, 
wherein be represented ... the 
miseries... that follow the volnp- 
tnous Worldlings, etc. [With 
sonnets and epigrams prefixed, 
the former translated from 
Petrarch, the latter from the 
Visions of Du Bellay, by E. 
Spenser.] 1569. 8vo. 224. a. 11. 

— Complaints. See Sp., Ed. 

— Daphnaida. See Sp., Ed. 

— A view of the state of Ire- 
land, etc. iSec Ware (iStr J.) The 
Historie of Ireland, etc. 1633. fol. 

601. 1. 1. 

— The Faerie Queen: The 
Shepheards Calendar ; together 
with the other works of England's 
Arch-poet, ... E. Spenser. Collected 
into one volume, and corrected. 
JT. X. for M. LoumeSf [London,] 
1611. fol. 79. h. 23. 

** The Faerie Qneen/' **The Shep- 
heard's Calendar," and the *' Proso- 

gopoia " are each separately paged, 
everal of the minor pieces h&Ye 
separate titlepages and are without 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy H. L. for if. Lownea, [London,'] 
1617. fol. 1346. 1. 1. 

These miscellaneons works are in 
several divisions, with distinct title- 
pages, and were all printed by H. L., 
1617. With the exception of the 
"Shepheards Calendar," they are 
without pagination. 

— Another copy. Copious MS. 
Notes [by T. Warton]. 

C. 28. m. 17. 

Imperfect; wanting fol. E iij. of 
Pt. 1, and having other leaves muti* 

— Amoretti and Epithalamion. 
Printed for W. Poneonby, London, 
1695. 8vo. G. 11184. 

Without pagination. 

SPENSER (Edmund) Colin 
Clouts come home agame. [A 
Pastoral.] Astrophel. APastorall 
elegie upon the death of... Sir P. 
Sydney, etc.) Printed by T. 0. 
for A. PoMonbie, London, 1595. 4to. 

686. g. 22. (2, 3.) 
Without pagination. 

— Another copy. G. 11536. (2.) 

— The Faerie Queene. Dis- 
posed into twelve books, fashion- 
ing XII. Morall vertues. (The 
Second part of the Faerie Queene 
containing The Fourth, Fifth, and 
Sixth Bookes.) 2 vols. Printed 
for W. PoMonbie, London^ 
1590-96. 4to. G. 11535, 6, 

YoL 1 contains the first edition 
of books 1-8, published in 1590, 
and dedicated to Queen Elizabeth. 
At the end is «'A Letter of the 
Authors (To Bir W. Baleigh,) ex- 
pounding his vhole intention in the 
course of this worke," etc., after 
which foUow several pages of Terses. 
Of these additions only the poems, 
*' A Vision upon this concelpt of the 
Faery Queene," "Another of the 
same," signed "W. R.," and "To 
the learned Shepeheaiti," are re- 
printed in the second edition pub- 
lished in 1596. Vol. 2 contains the 
remaining three books of the poem, 
of which no more was published. 
The titlepage to ToL 1 ia aUghtly 

— Another copy. C. 1 2. h. 1 7, 1 8. 

In this copy four leaves have been 
inserted between pp. 600 and 605 
of vol. 1, in place of the two of the 
preceding copy. They contain seven 
additional sonnets. There is also a 
portrait of Spenser inserted before 
the titlepage. 

— [The second edition.] 2 vols. 
Printed for W. Ponsonbie, London^ 
1596. 4to. 686. g. 21. 

This copy has the supplementary 
matter at the end of vol. I. The 
second vol. is a duplicate of the 
corresponding voL of the preceding. 

— Another copy. G. 11537, 

Without the supplementary 
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SPENSER (Edmund) The 

Faerie Qneene, etc. (Two cantos 

of miitabilitie: which, ...appeare 

to be parcell of Bome following 

booke of the Faerie Queene, nnder 

the legend of constancie.) MS. 

Note [by J. Haslewood]. Printed 

hf H. L, for Jf. LoumeSy London, 

1609. foL 11626. h. 9. 

Six books. The first folio edition 
of the Fairy Queen, and the first 
edition of the **Two Cantos of 
Mntabilitie," eto. 

— Another copy. 78. g. 13. 

The " Two Cantos " in this copy 
are of a later edition, and bear date 
16012 l$ie] on the Terso of the last 

— Fowre Hymnea, made by 
Udm. Spenser. (Daphnaida...By 
Ed.Sp.) PrintedforW.Ponsonhy, 
Xondon, 1596. 4to. 0.11541.(1,2.) 

— Prosopopoia, or Mother 
Hubberd's Tale. [Inverse.] MS. 
Notes [by T. Waiton], H. L, for 
M. Lownei, London, 1613. fol. 

C. 28. m. 17. (2.) 

— Prothalamion, or A Sponsall 
Verse... in honour of the double 
mariage of... the Ladie Elizabeth 
and the Ladie Eatherine Somerset, 
etc. Printed for W. Ponsonhy, 
London, 1596. 4to. G. 11542. 

SPENSER (John) See S., J. 

SPI C E R (Alexaiider) An 
elegie on the... death of... Sir A. 
Chichester, . . . Baron of Belfast, eto. 
M. F. for B. Bird, London, 
1625. 4to. C. 39. c. 17. 

SPICER (John) The sale of 
salt. Or the seasoning of sonles, 
namely such, as for whom the 
chapmen here doe come, and 
whom the Author, which taketh 
the name of a Salter, is willing, 
what in him lieth, to season with 
the salt of the Word, etc. Partly 
30.%* N.0ke8,London,lQll. 8vo. 

C. 37. b. 32. 

SPILBERGHEN (Joris van) 
Voyage... unto the East Indies, 
etc. See Puhchas (S.) Purchas 
his Pilgrimes, etc. Pt. 1. 1625, 
eto. fol. 679. h. 11. 

SPINOLA (Ambrosio de) 
Marquis. See Barry (Q.) The 
Seige of Breda... atchived by the 
conduct of A. S. 1627. fol. 

591. f. 21. 

— See Breda. A continuation 
of all the principall occurrences 
which hath happened to the 
Leaguers lying before Breda 
shewing into what great ex- 
treamity and necessity the armie 
of the Marquesse Spinola is likely 
to fall, etc. 1625. 4to. 9407. a. 

— See Germany. The Wars in 
Germany, with the taking of the 
severall townes by the Marquesse 
Spynola,etc. 1614. 4to. 9326. aaa. 

S P I R A (Francesco) See 
B., N. A relation of the fearefiiU 
estate of F. S. in the yeare 1548. 
1640. 12mo. 1371. a. 4. 

— A relation of the fearefull 
Estate of F. S., in the yeare 1548. 
[By N. Bacon.] Printed by L L. 
for P. Stephens' and C. Meredith^ 
London, 1638. 12mo. 4824. a. 

SPOTISWOOD (John) suc- 
cessively Archbishop of Glasgow 
and of Saint Andrews. Befutatio 
libelli de regimine Ecclesiad Sco- 
ticanad. ExOffidnaNorionianaapud 
J, BiUium, Londini, 1620. 8yo. 

701. b. 16. (2.) 

OGBBive] J Archbishop of Glasgow and 
of Saint Andrews, /See Sfotis wood. 

Concio J. Spottiswodii ... quam 
habuit ad Clerum Andreanopoli 
... pro gradu Doctoratus, etc. 
A. Hart, Ediiiburgi, 1616. 4to. 

4454. df. 4. 




The execution of Neschech and 
the confyniDg of his kinsman 
Tarbith, or A short Discourse, 
shewing the difference betwixt 
damned Usurie, and that wliich 
is lawtull. Whereunto there is 
subjoyned an Epistle of ... J. 
Calvin touching that same argu- 
ment;... translated out of Latine. 
A. Bart for C. PouTider, Edinburgh, 
1616. 4to. 104. e. 63. 

SPRINT (John) The anatomy 
of the oontroversed ceremonies of 
the Church of England, etc. See 
James I., King of Great Britain 
and Ireland, A true... defence of 
the petition for reformation, ex- 
hibited to the kings... majestie, 
etc. 1618. 8vo. 3935. a. 

— Cassander Anglicanus : 
shewing the necessity of con- 
formitie to the prescribed cere- 
monies of our Church, in Case 
of Deprivation. J, Bill, London^ 
1618. 4to. 873. h. 15. 

Mach mntilated. 

— Another copy, 108. b. 12. 

SPROT (George) Examina- 
tions, etc. See Hart (^tV W.) The 
examinations, etc. 

SPURWAY (Thomas) A 
letter... touching the wrongs done 
at Banda to the English by the 
Hollanders. See Purchas (S.) 
Purchas his Pilgrimes, etc. Pt. 1 . 
1625, etc. fol. 679. h. 11. 

SPYNOLA (Ambrosio be) 
Marquis, See Spinola. 

SQUIRE. The Squyr of lowe 
degre. [Inverse.] ». E, W.Cop- 
land^ London, [1560 ?] 4to. 

C. 21. 0. 

Without pagination. Twenty 
leaves. Sig. A-E. With the arms 
of David Garrick on the covers. 

SQUIRE (John) A sermon 

[on Acts VII. 67, 58]. See Ley (B.) 
Two sermons, etc. 1619. 4to. 

114. d. 48. 

SQOTRErjoHN) AThankes- 
giving for the Decreasing and 
Hope of the Bemoving of the 
plague ; being a Sermon [on Psal. 
L. 15] preached at S'. Pauls ... 
1 January 1636. Printed by B. A. 
and T. F. for J. Clark, London, 
1637. 4to. 696. f. 11. (8.) 

— A Sermon on the seoond 
Commandement [Exod. xx. 4-6] 
preached in Saint Pauls Church, 
Januarie 6. 1623. Printed by W, S. 
for N.Newbery, London, 1624. 4to. 

4474. c. 89. 

— Three Sermons: two of 
them appointed for the Spittle, 
preached in St. Paul's Church, 
by J. Squier ... and J. Lynch, 
etc. B. Young for H, Blunden, 
London, 1637. 4to. 4474. b. 76. 

ST., M. Newes out of York- 
Shire : or, an account of a journey, 
in the true discovery of a Sove- 
raigne Minerall, Medicinal Water 
. . . neere . . . Knaresbrough, not infe- 
riour to the Spa in Germany. By 
M[ichael] S[tanhope]. Printed 
by L H. for G. Gibhes, London, 
[1626]. 4to. 1171. e. 40. 

Cropped. The Dedication and 
Epistle to the Header aie each aub- 
Boribed " M. St." 

— Another edition. L ff. far 
G. Gtbbes, London, 1627. 4to. 

G. 3155. 
Cropped in the binding. 

STADIUS (Joannes) jS^ 
Ephemerides. Begin. Here after 
foUoweth a table of the Sunnes 
Declination. (Hereafter foUow- 
eth three tables : the firste of the 
conjunctions of the sunne and 
moone : the seconde of their oppo- 




sitions... drawn out of J. S. Ephe- 
merides, etc.) [1581.] 4to. 

632. d. 21. (4.) 

STADIUS (Joannes) See 
Plorus (L. a.) L. J. Flori rerum 
a Romania gestamm libri IV., a 
J. S. emendati, etc. 1638. 12mo. 

9039. aa. 

STAFFORD (Anthony) The 
Femall Glory : or, the Life and 
Death of our blessed Lady, the 
holy Yirgin Mary. T. Harper for 
T. Waterson^ London^ 1635. 8vo. 

699. a. 4. 

— The Qnide of Honour, or 
the Ballance wherin she may 
weigh her actions, etc. Print^ 
hy T. a for T. Slater, London, 
1634. 12mo. 720. a. 34. 

— Hononr and Vertne, Tri- 
umphing over the Grave. Ex- 
emplified in a faire devont Life, 
and Death, adorned with the 
surviving perfections of Henry 
Lord Stafford;... the last Baron of 
that ... Family ... This Worke is 
mnoh embelibh'd by the Addition 
of many most Elegant Elegies 
penned by the... Wits of these 
Times. J. OA:e9,Xam2(m, 1640. 4to. 

G. 2025. 

This and the two following copies 
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— Another copy. T. 797. (3.) 

This and the following oopj want 
the table of errata. 

— Another copy. 614. g. 11. 
Imperfect ; wanting all after dg. Ri. 

— Meditations and Resolutions, 
moral, divine, politicall. Century 
I. ... By A. Stafford. There is 
also annexed an Oration of lustus 
Lipsius against Calumnie, trans- 
lated out of Latine into Eng- 
lish. Printed hy H. L,, London, 
1612. 12mo. 8405. a. 

STAFFORD (Anthony) 
Staffords Niobe : or, his age 
of teares. A treatise... Wherein 
Deaths visard is pulled off and 
her face discovered not to be so 
fearefuU as the vulgar makes it, 
etc. Ft. 1. H, Lovmes, London, 
1611. 12mo. 722. a. 38. 

The second edition, 

etc. (Stafford's Niobe, dissolved 
into a Nil us : or, his age drown'd 
in her owne teares : serving as a 
second part to the former trea<* 
tise, etc. An admonition to a 
discontented Romanist.) 2 pts. 
H, Loumea, London, 1611. 12mo, 

8403. a. 

Pi 1 only is of the second edition. 
The ''Admonition" has a separate 

STAFFORD (Henry) Baron 
Stafford. Life. See Stafford (A.) 
Honour and Vertue, etc. 

— The true dyfferes betwen 
y regall power and the eccle- 
siasticall power. [By E. Fox, 
Bishop of Hereford.] Translated 
out of latyn by Henry lord 
Stafforde. 90. %. W. Coplad, 
London, [1548]. 16mo. 

697. a. 16. (1.) 

Without pagination. 

STAFFORD (Humphrey) 
The arraignement. Judgement, 
Confession and Execution of H. S., 
who... suffered, at Saint Thomas 
of Waterings. Printed by E. A. 
for A. L and F. B., London, 
1607. 4to. C. 27. c. 13. 

Without pagination. 

STAFFORD (Robert) of 
Exeter College. 
See S., H., Gentleman, 

STAFFORD (Thomas) Pa- 
cata Hibemia. Ireland appeased 
and reduced. Or, an historic of 
the late Warres of Ireland, es- 




pecially within the Province 
of Mounster, under the Govem- 
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STAFFORDE (Kobert) Geo- 
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pseud, [i.e. John Bale, Bishop of 
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popyshe Byschoppes thereof. (An 
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STANDISH (Arthur) The 
Commons complaint; wherein is 
contained two special grievances; , 
the first, the generall destruction 
and waste of woods in this king- 
dome, with a remedy for the 
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the extreme Dearth Of Victuals... 
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STANDI SH (John) See 
CovERDALE (M.) Btshop of Exeter. 
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the protestacion of D. Barnes 
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— A discourse wherin is de- 
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wyll, etc. 13. a. MS. Notes. 
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STANEY (William) A Trea- 
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chiefe persons of this order, as 
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STANFORD {Sir William) 
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STANLEY (Sir William) 
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testants. Translated out of Latin T. Staple ton... Also a dis- 
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STAPLETON (Thomas) See 
Beda, the Venerable. The History 
o the Church of Englande ... 
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STAPHYLUS (Fridericqs) 
The Apologie of P. Staphylus... 
Intreating of the true and right 
understanding of holy Scripture. 
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quaadam, lib. 4. cap. 10. et 11. 
adhibitas, G. FulconiB...respon- 
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STAPLETON (Thomas) See 
Eainolds (J.) The Summe of the 
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S TAR E 8 M O R E (Sabine) 
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STAREEY (Qalfridus) 
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STATE. The true state of 
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669."* f. 4. (7.) 

STATHAM (Nicolas) [Abridg- 
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STAUNPORD (Sir Wiluam) 
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STEENWYK A true de- 
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tailes which happened on both 
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STELL (John) See Nioolat 




(M. de) The Navigations... in to 
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STELL(JoHy) S^ea Eabbotenq 
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STELLA (Joannes) A Be- 
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many. Or a Discourse touching 
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STELLA (JuLros Caesar) 
J. C. Stellae Nob. Bom. Colum- 
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STEPHANUS (Hbnbicus) 
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STEPHEN (Hskbt) 
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STEPHENS (John) of Lin 
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STEPHENS (John) of Lin^ 
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STEPNEY, Manor of. Begin. 
Hereafter ensueth the Anncient 
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Hackney... newelie and fullie con- 
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Alphabeticall are fitted, the one 





containing the names of the said STEVENS (Chakles) 

Copyhold Tenants, now having See Estienne. 
compounded: the other... serveth 

for the ... ready-finding of any STEVENS (Johk) The godly 

note worthy matter herein con- ®^^ *^^ wofull lamentation of 

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W. Jones, London, 1617. 4to. hang'd, drawne and quartered for 

G. 3712. (1.) liigt-treason at Salisbury, upon 

...o . , ,KX Thursday the seventh day of 

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T *V XI, IV . ri I^*- I- 490. 

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Anno . 21. Jacobi Regis." The pagi- Anthmetike ... Invented by ... S. 

nation follows on that of the first otevin. Published in English, 

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STEPNEY, Manor of. The ^orton. ». I, 5. SJor H. Asdey; 

Liberty of the Manner of Stepney -''«>»^. 1608. 4to. 1393. e. 

in the County of Middlesex, the Without pagination. 

Hamblets and Liberties of the _ The Haven finding Art. or 

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IT. 8h. fol. 228. c. 11. (2.) variation. Lately published in 

STERNHOLD (Thomas) See *^® Dutch, French, and Latine 

Bible. The Bible, etc. (The tongues... translated into English 

whole Booke of Psalmes collected ^^^ ^' Wright]. ImpriiUed by 

into Englishe metre by T. S.... ^' ■^' ^' ^' ««^ ^' ^f Lond^m, 

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1274. b. 5. STEWARD (Sir James) A 

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STILE (Elizabeth) alias Rock- 
ingham. Arehearsallbothstraung 
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actes committed by E. Stile,... 
Mother Dutten, Mother Deuell, 
Mother Margaret, Fewer notorious 
Witches, apprehended at Winsore 
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Abbington arraigned, condemned, 
and executed, on the 26 daye of 




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STILL (John) Bishop of Bath 
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STOCK (Bichard) [Funeral 
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— A Sermon [on Isai. ix. 14- 
16] preached at Paules Crosse, 
the second of November . 1606. 
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8TOCKER (Thomas) See 
Calvin (J.) An excellent trea- 
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Boule ... Englished ... by T. S. 
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Two and twenty Sermons 

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STOCKER (Thomas) See 
DiODORUs, Siculus. A righte noble 
...History of the Snccessors of 
Alexander . . . Translated . . . by T. S. 
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STUART (Lodovick) Duke of 
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Frances Dachesse Dowager of 
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STUBBE ( ) Fellow of 
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STUCELET {Sir Lewis) 
To the kings most excellent 
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knight, vice admirall of Denon, 
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STUDLBY (John) See Bale 
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STUDLEY (Peteb) The 
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STURMIUS (Joannes) Slei- 
danus. See Fboissart (J.) An 
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Golding. 1608. 4to. 596. c. 3. 

— The Epistle that J. Stur- 
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men, which in Latine is called 
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EovENZON (J.) A treatise of Me- 
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of Metallica. Briefly compre- 
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new Metallicall inventions, but 
especially how to neale ... and 
worke all kinde of mettle-cares... 
Also a transcript of his Majesties 
letters pattents of priviledge, 
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STYLE (Thomas) Nuptiae. 




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De suprema potestate regia, contra 
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X., etc. (Pars secunda...Additur 
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477. e. 7. 

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[1640?] 4to. C. 34. e. 30. 

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SXTDBURYi Paul, Viscount. 
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S XJ D L O W (Edwabd) The 
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E. Sudlow, H. Stockley, R Lester, 
J. Sutton, and one Howlton, 
Gentlemen, who were executed 
at West Chester, the three and 
twenty of September last [year] 
for the.:. robbery, and omell tor- 

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alias Winterstore. V. Z. [London^ 
1609.] 4to. 6495. a. 49. 

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SUFFOLK, Archdeaconry of — 
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SUINGLIUS (Huldebicke) 
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SULAIMAN L, called (he 
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briefe relation of the siege and 
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by Sultan Soliman the Great 
Turke, translated out of French 
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The principal navigations, etc. 
Vol. 2. Pt. 1. 1598, eto. fol. 

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SULPITIUS (Joannes) Veru- 
lanu8» See Whittington (R.) 
Editio roberti Whittintoni lich- 
feldienais grammatices . . . Declina- 
tiones noim ta latinoru ^ gre- 
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SUM. A short snmme of the 
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S U R FL E T (Bichabd) See 
Da Laurens (A.) A Discourse 
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BAULT (J.) Maison Eustiqne, or 
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1606. 4to. 35. a. 9. 

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SURGEON. 566 H.,S. The 
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SURGEONS. The qnes- 
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SURREY^ Archdeaconry of. — 
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SURVEY. A suryay of the 
pretended Holy discipline. Con- 
tayning the beginninges, suc- 
cesse, parts, proceedings, autho- 
rity, and doctrine of it: with 
some of the manifold, and mate- 
riall repugnances, varieties and 
uncertaineties, in that behalfe. 
Faithfully gathered, by way of 
historicall narration, out of the 
bookes and writinges, of princi- 
pall favourers of that platforme 
anno 1693. [By R. Bancroft, 
Archbishop of Canterbury.] 
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Epitome tropomm ao schematum 
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Tyjpographia Societalis Statumario- 
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SUTCLIPPE (Alice) Medi- 
tations of Man's Mor tali tie. or, 
a way to true ble68ednes8e...The 
second edition, enlarged, etc. 
Printed by B. A. and T. F. for 
H. Seyle^ London, 1634. 12mo. 

4412. aa. 

SUTCLIFFE (Matthew) 
See E., 0. 

— See GiFFORDUS (G.) after- 
wards Gabriel, de Sainte Marie, 
successively Bishop of Archidiii' 
polis, etc. De Turoopapismo ... 
Liber unus. Eidem ... adjuncti 
sunt ... ad versus G. Giffordi ... 
volumen ... quod ille Calvino- 
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tuor,etc. [ByM.S.] 1699. 4to. 

477. a. 10. 

— See 0., E. A Detection of 
divers notable Untruthes ... 
Gathered out of M^ Sutcliffes 
Newe Challenge, etc. 1602. 8vo. 


— SeeK,W. A brief and 
oleere confutation of a new vaine 
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— See S., M. 

— See S., M., Doctor of Divinity. 

— See S., T. M. 

— See Throkmorton (J.) The 
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againat the slannderB of Maister 
S., eto. 1594. 4to. 4378. o. 

SUTCLIPPB (Matthew) See 

Thbokmorton (J.) An Answere 
nnto ... A defence of J. Throk- 
morton against the slannders of 
M. M. S., etc. 1696. 4to. 

4106. aaa. 

— An Abridgement or Survey 
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London, 1606. 4to. 3932. f. 

— An Answer to a certaine 
libel 8upplicatorie...and also to 
certaine calumnious articles... to 
the slaunder of the Eoolesiasticall 
state... put forth under the name 
of a Petition directed to Her 
Maiestie [relating to the alleged 
wrongful condemnation of J. 
TJdall on an indictment for libel], 
etc. The B^puiies of 0, Barkery 
London, 1692. 4to. 4106. aaa. 

— De Presby terio, ejusque nova, 
in Ecclesia Christiana, Politeia, 
adversus cujusdam I. B. A. C. de 
politeia civili & ecclesiastica 
ubros duos,...eju8demque & reli- 
quorum-Preebyteriipatronorum. . . 
in poli teiae Judaicae & Christianae 
errores^M. Sutlivii dispatatio; in 
qua presby teriiim quod ill! tuen- 
tur, oppugnatur ; Christiani ma- 
gistratus potestas, quam illi op- 
pugnant defenditur, etc. Oeorgiua 
Bishop d BodolphuB Newberry , 
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— The Examination of ... T. 
Cartwrights late apologie, where- 
in his vaine... challenge concern- 
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pretended to have been published 
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futed. The BeptUies of 0. Barker, 
London, 1696. 4to. 1019. f. 7. 

— The examination and con- 
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the newe Eeligion, published by 
M. Kellison, in disgrace of true 
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B. Serger and E. Weaver, London, 
1606. 4to. 697. g. 27. 

SUTCLIFFE (Matthew) A 
ful and round answer to N. D. 
alias Robert Parsons the Noddie 
his foolish and rude Wame-word 
[entitled "A temperate Ward word 
to the turbulent and seditious 
watch-word of Sir P. Hastings... 
by N. D."1, etc. ». E. Printed 
for O, Bishop, London, 1604. 4to. 

698. d. 29. 

— [Another copy.] The bless- 
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curses on Mount Ebal, or the 
happie estate of Protestants, com- 
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tvrannie. »♦ It. Printed for 
A. Eehb, London, [1604]. 4to. 

697. e. 16. 

A duplicate of the preceding with 
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— M. Sutlivii adversus R. Bel- 
larmini de Purgatorio Disputa- 
tionem Liber. Oeorgius Bishop, 
Badulphus Newherie, Bchertus Bar- 
ker, Limdinif 1699. 4to. 

697. f. 17. (1.) 

— M. Sutlivii de Missa Papis- 
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circa Eucharistisd Sacramentum 
erroribus & corruptelis, adversus 
R. Bellarminum & universum Je- 
bus»orum 6s Cananaeorum Sodali- 
tium libri quinque, etc. 2 pts. 
Per Adamum Islip, Londini, 
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Each pt. has a separate pagination. 

— M. Sutlivii de Pontifioe 
Romano, eiusque iniustissima in 
Ecclesia dominatione, adversbs 
R. Bellarminum, & universum 




Jebusitarum sodalitium, libri 
quinque. Oeorgius Bishop^ Badul- 
phu8 Newherie^ d Boherius Barker, 
Londini, 1599. 4to. 4051. bb. 

SUTCLIFFE (Matthew) 
The petition apologeticall of Lay 
Papists, calling themselves the 
Lay Catholikes of England... con- 
tradicted, examined, glozzed and 
refuted. Printed for W. Cotton, 
and W. WeUby, London, 1606. 4to. 

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— The Practice, Proceedings, 
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— The Subversion of E. Par- 
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treatise of three Conversions of 
England from Paganisme to 
Christian religion. S. X. Printed 
for J. Norton, London, 1606. 4to. 

3932. f. 

— A threefold answer nnto the 
third part of a certaine triobolar 
treatise of three supposed con- 
versions of England to the 
moderne Eomish religion pub- 
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continued maske of N. D. 10. 31. 
Printed for J. Norton, London, 
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— A Treatise of Ecclesiasticall 
Discipline wherein that con- 
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cei teine under false preten ce . . . of 
Eeformation, strive to bring 
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... confuted ... Newly corrected. 
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— The Unma^iking of a Masse- 

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Vindication of Saint Augustines 
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[Sir T. Matthew, in his trans- 
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SUTTON (Christopher) 
Godly Meditations upon the most 
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SWIPT (John) The divine 
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SWIPT (William) A Sermon 
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briefe treatise of testaments and 
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515. e. 1. 

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SWI NE RT O N (Sir Jomr) 
Lord Mayor of London, IBeception 
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1612.] See Decker (T.) Troia- 
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Church of A Confession of Fay th, 
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8505. bb. 5. 

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SWORD. A Sword against 
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Christian love-letter sent particu- 
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SYDNEY {Sir Phiup) 
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SYMONDS (William) A 
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Invented, practised and proved 
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Historie of the Church, since the 
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SYNESIUS, of Gyrene, Bishop 
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A. Fleming. Hereunto is annexed 
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T.| A. A Christian Beprofe 
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declared... a just defence of the 
Church, against suchslanderes and 
reproches which S. Staresmore 
hath layd upon us in his two 
bookes, the first... called A loving 
tender. The second is his Preface 
and Postscript befor and behind 
M'. Answorth's last Sermon... By 

A. T. Few MS. Notes. [Amster- 
dam f] 1631. 4to. 701. g. 43. 

T., A., Practitioner in Physic* 
A Eich Store-house or Treasury 
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many approved Medicines... not 
come to light before this time. 
Now set foorth ... By A. T. ». E. 
Printed for T. Purfoot, and 

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1038. k. 34. (3.) 

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originally written by A. T. and 
enlarged by G. W.] »♦ l. 
B« Bhwer^ London^ 1612. 4to. 

236. k. 31. 

The third edition. 

Printed by E. P. for J, 8.y...Bold by 
B, Lang/ordy London^ 1638. 12mo. 

8407. a. 

T., D., Oent, Essaies politicke 
and moral!, By D[aniel] T[uvil] 
Gent. Printed by H. L. for 
M.Loumea, [London,'] 1608. Bvo. 

523. a. 6. 

Now seventhly — Another copy. G. 10365. (2.) 

augmented ... by A. T., etc. V. 11* 

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C. Merediih, London, 1631. 4to. 

1038. g. 14. (1.) 

T., C. An Advice how to 
plant Tobacco in England... 
With the dangers of the Spanish 
Tobacco. Written by C. T. 
MS. Notes. N. Okeg,,.,gold by 
W. Burre, London, 1615. 4to. 

1038. i. 38. 

Without pagination. 

T., D. The Dove and Serpent. 
In which is conteined a large 
description of all such points and 
principles, as tend either to 
Conversation, or Negotiation. 
[Signed D. T.] Printed by T. C. 
for L. Uisle, London, 1614. 4to. 

8408. b. 

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T., D. Essayes, Morall and 
Theologicall. [By D. T., ie. 
Daniel Tuvil.] MS. Note [by 
J. Mitfordl. Printed by L W.for 
H. Edgar, London, 1609. 12mo. 

4405. b. 

— [Another edition.] Vade 
Mecum: a Manuall of Essayes 
morrall, theologicall. Inter- 
woven with moderne Observa- 
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D. T., t.6. Daniel Tuvil. Edited 
by Anonym. Musophil.] Printed 
for L S.,,.,8old by J. Day, London, 
1629. l2mo. 8407. a. 

T.,F. i8fe« Collins (S.) Epphata 
to F. T. [t.e. T. Fitz Herbert] ; or, 
the Defence of the . . . Bishop of £Iie 
...concerning his answer to Cardi- 
nail Bellarmines Apologie : against 
the slannderous cavills of a name- 
lesse Adjoyner; entitling his 
Booke ... A Discouerie of many 
fowle absurdities, etc. 1617. 4ta. 

3932. d. 

T.^ F. The Case is Altered. 
How? Aske DaUo, and Millo. 
[Signed F. T.,t.e. Francis Thynne? 
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London, 1604. 4to. C. 40. c 38. 

Attributed by J. P. Collier and 
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Without pagination. 

— Another edition. V. 7L* 
Printed by L N. for B. Bird, 
London, 1635. 4to. C. 34. b. 9. 

This edition does not contain the 
dedicatory epistle. 

T., G. See Spa. A briefe dis- 
course of the... water of Spaw... 
Translated out of the French... 
by G. T., etc. [1600 ?] 4to. 

1171. e. 9. (6.) 

T., G. See Travebs (Vf.) An 
Ans were to a Supplicatone Epistle, 
of G. T. for the pretended Catho- 
liques, etc. [1683.] 8vo. 

698. a. 32. 

T., H. See Bible. — Concord- 


anceg. A complete Concordance 
to the Bible of the last transla- 
tion. The whole reviewed... by 
G. Cotton and...againe reviened 
...byH. T. 1635. 4to. 3103. d. 

T., H. A Eelation of The 
TravelJs of two English Pil- 
grimes: What admirable acci- 
dents befell them in their jonmey 
towards Jerusalem, Gaza, Grand 
Cayro, Alexandria... Also, what 
rare Antiquities, Monuments, and 
notable memories (according with 
the ancient remembrances in the 
holy Scriptures) they saw in 
Terra Sancta : with a perfect de- 
scription of the old and new 
Jerusalem... Written by Hfenry] 
Tfimberlake] in the behalfe of 
himselfe and his fellow Pilgrime 

g. Burrelll. Printed by J. N. for 
, Perry, London, [1611]. 4to. 

G. 6724. 

The titlepage, which is partly 
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T., H., Minister, See Casmannus 
(0.) Yademecum. Goewithme; 
Deare Pietie, and rare Charitie. 
...Translated out of Latine, by 
H. T., Minister. 1606. 8vo. 

697. a. 39. 

T., I. See Bluom (J.) The 
Booke of Five CoUumnes of 
Architecture ... Translated ... by 
I. T. 1608. fol. 1732.0. 

T., I. /See BuLUNGER (H.) A... 
sermon of the Lordes Supper... 
Translated by I. T. [John 
Tomkys?]. [1570?] 8vo. 

4474. a. 66. 

T., J. See Steenwyk. A true 
declaration of the streight siedge 
laide to the oitty of Steenwick 
...truely translated... by J. T. 
1592. 4to. 9505. a. 

T., J. An Apologie^or defence 

agaynbt the calumnacion of cer- 
tayne men which... (do sclaundre 
those men, which for the better 
servinge of God...) have aban- 
doned theyr livinges and voca- 
cion, abydinge as exyles in poore 
estate oute of theyr natyve 
coutrye, etc. [By J. T.] S. Z* 
1555. 8vo. 696. a. 30. 

EleTen leaves, without paginatioD. 

T., I., Minister of Oods Word, 
A Sermon [on James ly. 8] 
preached at Paules Crosse... by 
I. T., Minister of Gods Word. 
Printed by the Widow Orwin for 
R. Ockold, London, 1596. 8yo. 

4474. a. 51. 
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T., L. See Bible.— New Testa- 
ment. The New Testament... 
translated ... by T. Beza and 
Englished by L. T[om8on]. 
1613. 16mo. 1410. a. 24. (1.) 

T., L. See Bible. — ^New Testa- 
ment. — Timothy, Sermons of 
J. Calvin on the Epistles of S. 
Faule to Timothie and Titus. 
Translated ... by L. T[omson]. 
1679. 4to. 1107. e. 22. 

T., L. An Answere to certein 
Assertions of M. Fecknam [i,e, 
J. Howman] ... which he made 
of late against a godly Sermon 
of M. J. Goughes, etc. (By 
L. T[omson].) ». *. H. Bynne- 
man, London, [1570]. 8vo. 

696. a. 26. 

T., N.' See Saxvlanus, Mom- 
eilieneie. Presbyter, Quis Dives 
Salvus. How a rich man may 
be saved... Translated... by N. T., 
etc. 1618. 8vo. 3627. aa. 

T., R. A Brief Treatise of 
the use of the Globe Celestiall 
and Terrestriall : wherein is set 
downe the principles of the 

1474 T T 

mathematick8...B7R.T. B.Fidd, Kings... Collected by T. T[immg? 

far T. Jlfan, London^ 1620. 8vo. or Twyne ?]. Copious MS. Notbs. 

531. e. 6. (1.) J, deBeauche8ne,London,lb97. 4to. 

C. 33. b. 19. 
T.^ E. A Discourse, wherein 

is plainly proved ... that Peter T., T. New Essayes, Medita- 

never was at Borne. Farther- tions, and Yowes: including in 

more, that neither Peter nor the them the Chiefe Duties of a 

Pope is the head of Christes Christian, both for Faith, and 

church. Also an interpretation Manners. [By T. TJ Printed 

upon the second Epistle of S. hy N. 0....8old hy W. Bladon^ 

Paul to the Thessalonians, the London^ 1614. 12mo. 4403. b. 
second Chapter. [By R. T., i.e. 

Christopher Carlile.] V. l. T., T. A shorte and pithie 

MS. Notes. T. East and JET. Myd- Discourse, concerning the en- 

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1672. 4to. 3936. bbb. (6.) ... Earthquakes. Particularly ... 

Cropped. conferred with that.. .within the 

citie of London... which hapned 

T., R., (3f<5n<Zema«. flfeeBoiARDO ...the sixt day of April 1580. 

(M. M.) Count di Scandiano. Or- By T. T[wyne], etc. »• *• 

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Bookes ... done into English Without pagination. 
Heroicall Verse by R. T[ofte], 

Gentleman. 1598. 4to. 241. k. 8. T., T. A View of certain 

wonderful effects, of late dayes 

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and Wiving ...Done into Eng- conferred with the presignyfica- 
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1699. 4to. 1077. c. 64. Star, which appered in the South- 
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Blazon of Jealousie... Translated etc. %• ]l« B» Jhones, London^ 
into English, with special notes... , 1678. 4to. 1395. c. 3. 
by K[obert] T[ofte], Gentleman. Without pagination. 

(The Fruits of Jealousie, etc. 

[In verse, by R. T., t.e. R. Tofte.]) T., T., Sacristan d CaihoUhe 

1616. 4to. 8416. bbb. Bomaniat. The Whetstone of 

Reproofe. Or a reproving censure 

T., T. See Drouet (P.) A of the misintitled safe way [t.e. 

new Counsell against the Pesti- the work, by Sir H. Lynde, 

lence. etc. [Translated by T. T.] entitled : " Via tuta "] : de- 

[1578.] 12mo. 1167. d. 7. (6.) claring it by discoverie of the 

authors fraudulent proceeding... 

T,, T. A Booke, containing to be a miere by-way drawing 
the true Portraiture of the pore travellers out of the... corn- 
Countenances and attires of the men streete, & leading them 
kings of England, from William deceitfully in to a path of per- 
Conqueror, unto our Soveraigne dition...With a postscript of ad- 
Lady Queene Elizabeth . . . together vertisements, especially touching 
with a briefe report of some of the homilie & epistles attributed 
the principall acts of the same to Alfric... Author T. T. Sacristan 



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The Appendix has a distioot 
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T., W. See Bible.— Old Tes- 
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Jonas, eta [By W. T., i.e. W. 
Tyndale.] [1531 ?] 8vo. 

C. 37. a. 28. (8.) 

T., W. See Bible. — ^New Tes- 
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exposition of the fyrste Epistle 
of seynt Jhon with a Prologge 
before it: by W. T[yndale]. 
1531. Bvo. C. 37. a. 24. 

T., W. See Mexia (P.) The 
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Caesar... Unto the present yeere... 
Translated into English by W. T., 
etc. 1623. fol. 591. h. 8. 

T., W. See Nannini (R.) 
Ficrentino. Civill Considerations 
npon many ...histories... done into 
Ibrench by G. Chappuys...and 
out of French into English, by 
W. T. 1601. fol. 8007. ee. 

T., W. A Casting np of 
aooonnts of certain Errors, being 
answered in Items, to the Summa 
Totalis. (An opinion touching 
the pestilenceO [By W. T.J 
T. Creede, for J. Hippon, London, 
1603. 8vo. 698. d. 20. (2.) 

T., W. A Discourse of Eter- 
nitie. By W. T[yping]. Oxford, 
1688. 4to. 113. g. 51. 

T., W. The practyse of Pre- 
lates. Whether the Eynges 
Grace maye be separated from 
hys quene, because she was his 

brothers wyfe. [By W. T., ue. 

William Tyndale.] »• I. Mar- 

borch, 1530. 8vo. 697. a. 9. (1.) 

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T., W. VindidsB Ecclesiae An- 
glican» : or a justification of the 
religion now professed in Eng- 
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for m. Sparke, London, 1630. 4to. 

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TACITUS (Caius Cornelius) 
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TACimS (Caius Comteuus) 
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TAISNIER (Joannes) Avery 
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Translated into Englisbe, by R. 
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I^AMING. A Pleasant Con- 
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TAMWORTH, Tanner of. 
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TATHAM (John) The Fan- 
cies Theater [a collection of 
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— Another copy. 643. a. 36. 

— Another copy . C. 1 2. g. 1 0. (1 .) 

Imperfeet ; containing the second 
tract only, *' Love crownes the end." 

TATIUS (Trrus) King of the 
Sahinee. Bapta Tatio. The Mir- 
rour of his Majesties present 
Qcvemment, tending to the Union 
of his whole Hand of Brittonie. 
By Sir John Skinner? or by 
. Doufflas?] Printed hy W. W. 
for 8. Waterton, London, 1604. 4to. 

600. d. 29. (6.) 

Without pagination. 

— Another copy. 1077. e. 18. 

*- Another copy. G. 4665. 

TATTON (JoHN^ A Joumall 
of a y^age made oy the Fearle 
to the "EABi India [in 1612]. See 
PuBCHAS (8.) Purchas his Pil- 
grimes, etc. Pt. 1. 1625, etc. fol. 

679. h. 11. 

TAVERNER (John) The 
bella. — My harte my mynde. — 
Xfoue wyll I. — [Words and Music] 
£EmBook. Begin, [leaf 1, recto:] 
€1 BasBUB. [Verso :] In this boke 


ar coteynyd . xx. soges, etc. 
1530. Ohl. 4to. C. 31. b. 

TAVERNER (John) Cer- 
taine Experiments concerning 
Fish and Fruite. »♦ I, W.Pon- 
Bonby, London, 1600. 4to. 1257. d^ 

TAVERNER (Richard) See 
AuGSBURO Confession. The con- 
fessyon of the fayth of the Ger- 
maynes... translated by R. T., etc. 
1636. Svo. C. 37. c. 9. 

— See Bible. The most sacred 
Bible ... newly recognized ... by 
R. T. 1539. fol. 464. c. 14. 

— See Bible. — Old Testament. 
— Psalms. Devotional Compilations. 
An Epitome of the Psalmes... 
Translated by R. T. 1539. Svo. 

1219. a. 34. 

— SeeBvBLE. — New Testament. 
— Epistles and Oospds. The 
Epistles and Oospelles with a 
brief postil upon the same, etc. 
[Edited by R. T.] 1540. 4to. 

C. 25. g. 8, 9. 

[1542 ?] 4to. 8227. aa. 

[1545?] 4to. C.10.a.5.(l.) 

— See Cato (D.) Catonis 
Disticha Moralia ex castigatione 
D. Erasmi...una cum annotationi- 
bus...Ricbarde Tavemeri...Mimi 
publiani, cum Anglicis ejusdem 
Kicharde scholiis, recogniti. 
1562. Svo. 11643. a. 

— See Erasmus (D.) [Adagia, — 
Seleetiane.'\ Proverbes or adagies 
gathered out of the Ghiliades 
of Erasmus by R. T. 1539. Svo. 

1075. c. 10. 

1552. Svo. 1075. c. 11. 

— — [Apophthegmala. — Selec- 
tions.'] Floresaliquot Sententiarum 
. . . The Flowers of Sencies gathered 
out of sundry wryters by Eras- 


T A V 


mu8 in Latino % Englished by 
K. T. Lot. and Bng. 1547. 8vo. 

1075. b. 7. 

1550. 8vo. 12315. a. (2.) 

TAVERNER (Richard) See 
Erasmus (D ) [De Qmscribendis 
I^iolis, — Matrimonii Encomium,"] 
A ryght frutefuU 
lande...of matrymouy, translate^ 
...byR.Tavernour,etc. [1530?] 8vo. 

8416. a. 

— See Sarcerius (E.) Comon 
places of scripture ordrely...8et 
forth... Translated into English 
byR. T. 1538. 8vo. 3128. a. 

1553. 8vo. 3128. aa. 

1577. 8vo. 3906. a. 

— The garden of wysedome 
conteynyng pleasaiit floures, that 
is to saye, propre and quycke 
sayinges of Princes, Philosophers 
and other sortes of men. Drawen 
forth of good authours, by R. T. 
Newly recognised and augmented. 
39. a. MS. NoTBS. 2 pts. 
E. Whytchurche, (JR. Bankea,) Lon- 
don, [1640?] 1539. 8vo. 

C. 40. a. 26. 

Book 2 is of the original edition, 
printed by R. Bankes, 1539. Book 1 
IB a reprint executed by E. Whyt- 
ohurche, about 1540. 

— Another edition. 39, £• 
2 pts. W. Copland for B, Kele, 
London, [1550 ?] 8vo. 

12315. a. 37. (1.) 

Pt. 1 is without pagination. 

TAYLER (Francis) A godly 
...Sermon upon the 18. 19. 20. 21. 
verses of the 10. Chap, to the 
Romaines. Wherein is set foorth 
...the greate meroy of God in the 
calling of the Gentiles, etc. 3S. Z. T. D(au>9on) for 
T. Woodcocke, London, 1583. 8yo. 

4474. a. 30. 

Without pagination. 

TAYLOR (Jeremt) Bithopof 
Doum and Chnnor and of Dromore^ 
A Sermon [on Lnke ix. 54] 
preached in Saint Maries Church 
m Oxford upon the anniversary 
of the Gunpowder - Treason. 
L. Lichfield, Oxford, 1638. 4to. 

694. k. 14. 

TAYLOR (John) the Water 
Poet. See Book. The Booke of 
Martyrs, etc. [By J. T.] 1639. 8vo. 

G. 511. 

— See Coaches. The Coaches 
overthrow, etc. [A Ballad. By 
J. T.?] [1635?] fol. Rox. I. 546. 

— See Thames. The Colde 
Tearme, etc. [By J. T. ?] 
[1621.] 8. ah. fol. 831.1.9.(5.) 

— All the Workes of J. T. 
the Water-Poet. Being Sixty 
and three in number. Collected 
into one Volume by the Author : 
with sundry new Additions, cor- 
rected, etc. Printed by J. B.for 
J. Boler, London, 1630. fol. 

79. h. 22. 

— An Armado, or Navye, of 
103. Ships ife other Vessels ; who 
have the Art to Sayle by Land as 
well as by Sea. Morrally Bigd, 
Mand, Mnnitiond...and Victualed^ 
with 32. Bortes of Ling: with 
other Provisions of Fish & Flesh, 
etc. Printed by E. A. for H. GosBon^ 
London, 1627. 8vo. C. 30. b. 34. 

Without pagination. 

— An Arrant Thiefe, whom 
Every Man may Trust in Word 
and Deed, Exceeding true and 
Just. With a Comparison be- 
tweene a Thiefe and a Booke, 

SI verse.] E. AU'de,for H. Chsaon, 
ndon, 1622. 8vo. C. 30. b. 24. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. 
for H. Go89on, London, 1625. Bvo. 

C. 30. b. 33. 




TAYLOR (John) the Water 
Poet. A Briefe Bemembrance of 
all the English Monarchs, from 
the Normans Conquest, untill 
this present. [25 engraved por- 
traits of the English sovereigns, 
with aooompanying verses.] 
O. Eld for B. Oo89on, London, 
1618. 8vo. G. 11201. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. G, Eld, 
London, 1622. 8vo. C. 89. o. 57. 

— The Carriers Cosmographie. 
Or a Briefe Belation of the Lines 
...and other lodgings in, and 
neere London, where the Carriers, 
Waggons, Foote-posts and Hig- 
glers, doe usually come, from any 
parts of... England, ... Wales, ... 
Scotland and Ireland... As also 
where the Ships, ... Barges and 
wherries, do usually attend to 
Garry Passengers and Gk)ods to 
the Coast Townes of England, 
Scotland, Ireland, or the Nether- 
lands, eto. Printed by A. 0., 
London, 1637. 4to. C. 30. d. 32. 

Without pagination. 

— A Common Whore 

With all these Graces Graced : 

Shoe's very honest, 

beantifall and chaste. 
[In verse.l Printed for H, Oosson, 
London, 1622. 8vo. C. 30. b. 26. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for PL. OoiBon, London, 1 625. 8vo. 

C. 30. b. 31. 

— Di£fering Worships, or, the 
Oddes, betweene some Knights 
Service and God's. Or Tom Nash 
his Ghost,... newly rons'd, and is 
come to chide... Nonconformists, 
etc. [In verse.] Printed for 
W. Ley, London, 1640. 4to. 

C. 30. d. 33. 

— Another copy. 239. g. 38. 

VOL. lU. 

TAYLOR (John) the Water 
Poet. An English-mans Love to 
Bohemia : with a friendly Fare- 
well to all the noble Souldiers 
that goe from great Britaine to 
that honorable Expedition, etc. 
[In verse.] Dori, 1620. 4to. 

C. 30. d. 26. 

With the arms of Sir M. M. Bykes 
stamped on the oovera. 

— The Fearefull Sommer: or 
Londons Calamitie, The Coun- 
tryes Discurtesie, & both their 
Miserie. [In verse.] Printed by 
L L. and W. T., London, 1625. 8vo. 

G. 11202. (2.) 

Without pagination. Mutilated. 

Printed... in the last 

great Infection of the Plague, in 
1625. And now reprinted with 
some Editions [sic] concerning 
this present yeere, 1636. With 
some mention of the grievous and 
afflicted estate of ...New-Castle up- 
on Tine, etc. [London, 1636.] 4to. 

C. 30. d. 31. 

Without pagination. Cropped in 
the binding. 

— Great Britaine, all in Blacke. 
For the incomparable losse of 
Henry our late worthy Prince. 
"In verse.] Printed by E. A, for 
\ Wright, London, 1612. 4to. 

C. 30. d. 23. 

Without pagination. 


— The great Toole. [A 
poem.] Printed for H. Oosaon, 
London, 1^22. 12mo. C.30.b.25. 

With portrait of "Arthurua Seve- 
ru8 O. Toole Nonesuch : aetatis 80.*' 
Without pagination. 

— Heavens Blessing, and Earths 
Joy. Or, A true relation of the 
supposed Sea-fights & Fire- workes, 
as were accomplished, before the 
...Celebration of the ... Mariage 
of ... Fredericke & Elizabeth, 
withTriumphall Enoonomiasticke 

5 G 




Verses, etc. 2 pts. Imprinted.,, 
for J. Hunt^ London, [1613]. 4to. 

C. 30. d. 24. 

Without pagination. The^'YerteB" 
have a separate titlepage, but the 
register is continuous. The first 
titlepage is slightly mutilated in 

TAYLOR (JoHu) the Water 
Poet. The honorable and memor- 
able Foundations, Erections, 
Raisings, and Ruines, of divers 
Cities, Townes, Castles and oth^r 
Pieces of Antiquitie, within ... 
Kent, Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, 
Barkshire, EsEex, Middlesex, Hart- 
fordshire, Buckinghamshire and 
Oxfordshire ... Also, a Relation 
of the Wine and 
throughout the said severall Shires. 
Printed for H. Oosson^ London, 
1636. 12mo. C. 30. b. 87. 

The head.title reads, ''A Cata- 
logue of Tavernes in ten Shires 
about London." 

— Jack a Lent : his Beginning 
and Entertainment: with the 
ma[d] pranks of his Gentleman- 
Usher Shroue-Tuesday that goes 
before him, and his Foot-man 
Hunger attending. With new 
additions, etc. S. Z* Printed 
for L T., London, 1620. 4to. 

C. 40. d. 31. 

Without pagination. 

— A Kicksey Winsey: or a 
Lerry Come-Twang : Wherein 
J. T. hath satyrically suited 800. 
of his bad deoters, that will not 
pay him for his retume of his 
journey from Scotland, etc. [In 
verse.] N. Okee for M. Walhanck, 
London, 1619. 8vo. C. 30. b. 21. 

Without pagination. 

— [Another edition.] The 
Scourge of Basenesse. Or the 
old Lerry with a new Eicksey, 
and a new cum twang with the 
old Winsye. Wherein J. T. hath 
curried or clapperclawed, neere a 

thousand of bis bad Debters, etc. 
[In verse.] Printed by N, O. for 
M.Walbancke,London,\l6l9'\. 8vo. 

0. 30. b. 22. 

Without pagination. The title- 
page is cropped at the bottom. 

TAYLOR (John) the Water 
Poet. The life and death of the 
most blessed among women, the 
Virgin Mary Mother of our Lord 
Jesus. With the Murder of the 
Infants in Bethlehem, Judas bis 
Treason, and the Confession of 
the good Theife and the bad. 
In verse.] Printed. . .by O. E. for 
. T., London, 1622. 8vo. 

C. 30. d. 41. 

Without pagination. Big. A-a 


— A Living Sadnes, in Duty 
oonsecrated to the Immortal me- 
mory of our late Deceased albe- 
loved Soueraigne ... James [I.], 
etc. [In verse.] E. AU-de for 
H. Qoeson, London, [16251 4to. 

G. 11461. 

— A Memorial of all the Eng- 
lish Monarohs, being in number 
150. from Brute to King James. 
In Heroyicall verse, etc. London, 
1622. 8vo. C. 30. b. 29. 

Without pagination. Imperfect ; 
wanting poitrait of the author. 

— Another edition. /. Beale, 
for J. Bowler ; London, 1630. 8vo. 

C. 30. b. 35. 

To this copy have been added 
three plates, viz. an etching from 
a portrait of Charles I., by Vandyke; 
a series of portraits of the Kings of 
England surmounting a small map 
of the British Isles; and a represen- 
tation of Britannia, with the legend 
** Medulla Historisd Anglicansa.^ 

— Another copy. 1077. b. 73. 

Imperfect ; wanting all after sig. 
Gs. This copy contains an engraved 
full-length portrait of Charles L, 
dated 1631. 

— The Needles Excellency. A 




new Booke wherein are divers 
Admirable workes wrought with 
the Needle. [In verse.] The 
12"^ Edition inlarged, etc. 
Printed for J. Boler, [London^"] 
1640. OW. 4to. C. 30. d. 36. 

Titlepage engiaved. Without 

TAYLOR (John) the Water 
Poet. The Old, Old, Very Old 
Man : or. The Age and long Life 
of T. Par,... who was Borne in 
the Baigne of King Edward the 
4^ being aged 152. yeares and 
odd Monethes ... Whereunto is 
Added a Postscript, etc. [In 
verse.] Printed for H, Ooswm, 
London, 1635. 4to. G. 34. f. 43. 

Withont pagination. With a por- 
trait of Old Parr as frontispiece. 
In this copy are inserted two folio 
single sheets, one dated 1635, headed 
*' The Wonder of this age," heing an 
acooant of Old Parr, with portrait ; 
the other dated 1636, headed «< The 
three Wonders of this Age," beinff 
an account, with portraits, of Old 
Parr, the giant £2 vans, and the 
dwarf Jeffrey Hudson. 

— Another edition. Printed 
for S. Ooaeon^ London, 1635. 4to. 

Q. 1046. 

— Part of this Snmmers Tra- 
vels, or News from Hell, Hall, 
and Hallifax, from York, Linne, 
Leicester, Chester, Coventry, 
Lichfield, Nottingham, etc. [In 
verse and prose.] Imprinted by 
J. O., [London, 1640?] 8vo. 

291. a. 54. 

— The Pennyles Pilgrimage, or 
The MoDey-lesse perambulation, 
of J. Taylor... How he travailed 
...from London to Edenborongh, 
...not carrying any Money, etc. 
[In verse and prose.] E. All de, 
X(mdon, 1618. 4to. G. 510. 

Withont pagination. 

— The Praise and Vertue of a 
Jayle, and Jaylers. With the 

most excellent Mysterie, and ne- 
cessary use of all sorts of Hang- 
ing. Also a touch at Tybume 
for a Period, and the Authors free 
leave to let them be hangd, who 
are offended at the Booke without 
cause. [In verse.] Printed by 
J. KforB.B., London, \62S. Svo. 

C. 30. b. 32. 

Withont pagination. 

— Another copy. 1077. b. 74. 

Leaf 16 is mutilated and the 
defect supplied in MS. 

TAYLOR (John) the Water 
Poet. The Praise, Antiquity, and 
commodity of Beggery, Beggers, 
and Begging, etc. [In verse.] 
Printed by E, A, for H, Gossan, 
arid... sold by E. Wright; London, 
1621. 4to. C. 30. d. 27. 

— The Praise of Hemp-Seed. 
With the Voyage of M^ K. Bird 
and the Writer hereof, in a Boat 
of brown-paper, from London to 
Qninborough... As also a Farewell 
to the... deceased M' T. Coriat. 
Concluding with the commenda- 
tions of thc.Biver of Thames, 
etc. Printed,,. for H, Gossan, Lon- 
don, [1620]. 4to. C. 30. d. 25. 

The titlepage is mutilated. 

— A Shilling, or the Travailes 
of Twelve-pence. [A poem.] 
[London, 16227] Svo. C.30.b.27. 

Withont pagination. 

— SuperbiaB Flagellum, or, The 
Whip of Pride. (A few lines... 
against the Scandalous Asper* 
sioDs,...cast upon the Poets and 
Poems of these Times.) [In 
verse.] G. Eld, London, 1Q21. Svo. 

G. 11202. (1.) 

Withont pagination. With an 
engraved frontispiece. The epistle 
to the reader is preceded by a dedi- 
catory epistle to Sir T. Richardson. 

— Another copy. 23S. b. 11. 
Imperfect; wanting the frontis- 




piece and explanatory Tenes. In 
this copy a dedicatory epistle ad- 
dressed to W. Seymour Baron Beau- 
champ is substituted for that to Sir 
T. Richardson. 

TAYLOR (John) the Water 
Poet. Taylor bis Travels: from 
the Citty of London in England, 
to the Citty of Prague in Bohemia. 
... With many relations worthy 
of note. H. Gosson, London^ 

1620. 4to. C. 30. d. 35. 

Sixteen leaves, without pagination. 

— Taylor on Thame Isis: or 
the description of the two famous 
Bivers of Thame and Isis, who 
being conjoyned or combined 
together, are called Thamisis, or 
Thames, etc. [Li verse.] [L]on- 
don, [1632]. 8vo. C. 30. b. 36. 

Without pagination. The dato in 
the titlepage is cut off. 

— Taylors Farewell to the 
Tower-bottles. Dort [London], 
1622. 8vo. C. 30. b. 30. 

Without pagination. 

— Taylor's Motto. Et habeo, 
Et Careo, Et euro. [In verse.] 
Printed for L T. dt H, (?., London, 

1621. 8vo. C. 30. b. 23. 

Without pagination. The title- 
page is engraved. 

— Another copy. 238. b. 12. 
Imperfect ; wanting the titlepage. 

— Taylors Pastorall: being 
both historical! and satyricall: 
or the Noble Antiquitie of Shep- 
heards, with the profitable use of 
Sheepe, etc. Printed ,„hy Q. P. for 
H. Oo88on, and,,, sold at K Wrights 
shop, etc., London, 1624. 4to. 

C. 30. d. 30. 

Without pagination. 

— Taylors Waterworke or the 
Scullers Travels from Tyber to 
Thames: with his boat laden 
with a hotch-potch ... of sonnets, 

satyres, and epigrams, with an 
inkhorne disputation betwixt a 
lawyer and a poet, and a quar- 
teme of new-catcht epigrams, etc 
[London, 1614.] 4to. 239. g. 39. 

Imperfect ; wanting titlepage, dg. 
Da, 3, and all after sig. Gi. 

TAYLOR (John) ihs Water 
Poet. Three Weekes, three daies, 
and three houres, observations 
and travel, from London to Ham- 
burgh ... with Descriptions of 
Townes and Towers, Castles and 
Cittadels, artificial! Gallowses, 
Naturall Hangmen, etc. E. Grif- 
fin;,,, sold by Q. Chjbbs, London^ 
1617. 4to. C. 27. b. 32. 

Without pagination. 

— A Valorous and Perilious 
Sea-fight. Fought with three 
Turkish Ships... on the coast of 
Comewall ... by the ... Elizabeth, 
ofFlimmouth...on...thel7of Juno 
...1640. (The examination of J. 
Whiddon . . . Gunner ... A Friendly, 
true, deserved Commendation and 
encouragement of all Mariners, 
etc.) PrintedhyKP.forKWrighi, 
London, 1640. 4to. G. 30. d. 34. 

— A Verry Merry Wherry- 
Ferry- Voyage : or Yorke for my 
Money : sometimes Perilous ; 
sometimes Quarrellous, Performed 
with a paire of Oares, by Sea 
from London, by J. T., and lob 
Pennell... Written by I. T. [Li 
verse.] E.AU^,London,1622. 8vo. 

C. 30. b. 28. 

Without pagination. Titlepage 
slightly mutilated. 

— The Water-Cormorant his 
Complaint against a Brood of 
Land-Cormorants. Divided into 
fourteene satyres. G. Eld, Lon- 
don, 1622. 4to. C. 30. d. 28i. 

Without pagination. 

— Th eWorld runnes on Wheeles : 
or Oddes, betwixt Carts and 


Coaches. Printed hy E. A. for 
H. Chmon; London^ 1623. 8yo. 

C. 30. d. 29. 

Without pagination. 

TAYLOR (Stephen) A whippe 
for worldlings, or, the centre of 
content. [In verse.] [London^ 
1586.] 4to. C. 30. e. 30. 

Ten leaves, without paji^nation. 
The titlepage, which is engraved, is 
cropped at the top and the bottom, 
the date and imprint being cat off. 

TAYLOR (Thbophilus) The 
Mappe of Moses : or, a Guide for 
Govemonrs. Two sermons lately 
Preached before the Judges of 
Assize, and Magistrates of the 
Towne of Beding, etc. T. Harper^ 
London, 1629. 4to. 4474. d. 103. 

TAYLOR (Thomas) D.D., 
Fellow of Chri8t*8 College, Cam- 
bridge, See Bible. — New Testa- 
ment. — Titus. A commentarie 
upon the Epistle... to lHtns...B7 
T. T., etc. 1619. 4to. 3266. e. 

— See Threnoikos. <S)/>7voiico9. 
•.. Sermons ... By ... T. T., etc. 
1640. fol. 4453. g. 1. 

— Three Treatises : The Pearle 
of the Gospell, The Pilgrims Pro- 
fession : and A Glasse for Gentle^ 
women to dresse themselves by. 
To which is added A short Intro- 
duction to the worthy receiving 
of the Lords Supper. Printed 
hy L B, for J. Bartlet, London, 
1633. 12mo. 4405. bb. 

— The Beawties of Beth-El. 
Containing sundry reasons why 
every Christian ought to account 
one day in the courtes of God, 
l)etter then a thousand besides. 
[A Sermon on Psal. Lxxxiv. 10.] 
Printed by G. Eld for T. Man, 
London, 1609. 8vo. 4409. b. 

— Christs Victorie over the 
Dragon: or Satans Downfall... 



In a plaine and pithy Exposi- 
tion of the twelfth Chapter of 
S. Johns Bevelation. [Edited by 
W. Jemmat.] Printed by M, F.for 
B. Davolman, London, 1633. 4to. 

3187. a. 

TAYLOR (Thomas) D.B., 
Fellow of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge. Circumspect Walking : de- 
scribing the severall Eules as so 
many severall Steps in the way 
of Wisdome, etc. Printed for 
J. Boler, London, 1631. 12mo. 

4409. d. 

— A good Husband and a good 
Wife... A Sermon [on Luke i. 6] 
... published by J. Sedgwicke. 
Printed for W. Sheffard, London, 
1625. 4to. 114. e: 43. 

' — Japhets first Publique Per- 
^swasion into Sems tents : or, 
Peters Sermon, which was the 
first generall calling of the Gen- 
tiles, preached before Cornelius. 
Expounded, etc. C, Legge, Printer 
to the Universitie of Cambridge, 
1612. 4to. 873. f. 13. 

— A Man in Christ, or a new 
Creature. To which is added a 
Treatise, containing Meditations 
from the Creatures... The second 
edition. Corrected, etc. 2 pts. 
London, 1629. 12mo. 4402. e. 

Imperfect ; wanting pt. 2. 
The Fourth edition. 

2 pts. Printed for J. Bartlet, Lon- 
don, 1635. 12mo. 4409. c. (2.) 

Pt. 2 has a distinct titlepage, 
register, and pagination. 

— A Mappe of Home : lively 
exhibiting her mercilesse meek- 
nesse, and cruell mercies to the 
Church of God : preached in five 
sermons, on occasion of the Gun- 
powder Treason, by T. T. and 
now published by W. J(emmat), 




Minister. F. KyiujsUm^forJ. Bartlet, 
London, 1 620. 4to. 3935. b. 

TAYLOR (Thomas) D.D.y 
Fellow of CkrtBt*8 College, Cam' 
bridge. Meditations from the Crea- 
tures. The Second edition. Cor- 
rected by the Author. Printed 
for J. Bartlet, London, 1629. 12mo. 

4401. aaa. 7. 

— The Parable of the Sower 
and of the Seed, etc. F, KyngiUm 
for J. Barilet, London^ 1621. 4to. 

4226. bb. 

The second edition. 

Printed for J. Barilet, London^ 
1623. 4to. 875. g. 10. 

To which is added, 

A Mappe of Eome^in five Sermons, 
on the fifth of November... The 
third edition. 2 pts, T. Purfoot^ 
for J. Bartlet ; London, 1634. 4to/ 

4454. df. 

— The Pilgrims Profession. 
Or a sermon [on Ps. xxxix. 12] 
preached at the Funerall of M". 
M. Gunter...To which... is added, 
A short •Relation of the life and 
death of the said gentle- woman, 
etc. [Edited by H.Gunter.] Printed 
hy 1. D. for J, Bartlet, London, 
1622. 12mo. 1418. i. 10. 

— Another edition. Printed 
hy J. H, for J, Bartlet, London, 
1625. 12mo. 1418. i. 9. 

Imperfect ; wanting all after p. 2. 
Bound up with it are pp. 9-172 of 
another work by the satne author, 
entitled : " The pearle of the 

— The Practice of Eepentance. 
... Second edition ... corrected by 
the author. Printed for L Bartlet, 
London, 1629. 12mo. 4412. e. 

The fourth edition. 

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the . . . Bishop of Norwich. T. Bar- 
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TEDDER (William) The 
Eecantations as they were seve- 
ral lie pronounced by W. T. and 
A. Tyrell (sometime two Semi- 
narie Priests of the English Col- 
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TEELINCK (Willem) The 




Ballanoe of the Sanotiiarie, shew- 
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of God in miBerie... under the 
tyranny of their Enemies, etc. 

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Pauls Complaint against his 
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TEIXEIRA (Jos^) The 
strangest adventure that ever 
happened . . . Containing a discourse 
<x>nceming the successe of the 
King of Portugall Dom Sebastian 
from the time of his voyage into 
Afiricke,... in the yeare 1578. 
unto the sixt of «January this 
present 1601 [by J. Teixeira]... 
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TELIN (Gitillaume) Archaio- 
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ages. Prooving...that the aun- 
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more rich and magnificent, then 
such as live in these daies. Heereto 
18 annexed, the honours of the 

brave Bomaine Souldiours ; With 
the Seaven Wonders of the Worlde. 
...Translated into English [by 
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TEL-TROUTH (Tom) paeud. 
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TEMPLE. [Fol. 17, recto ;] 
Explicit the temple of bras [also 
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By G. Chaucer]. Here next 
foloweth a tretyse, whiche John 
Gkogan [«U5, i.e. Skogan] Sente 
vnto the lordes and gentil men of 
the kynges hows, exortyng them 
to lose no tyme in theyr yougthe, 
buttovsevertues. [Fol. 21,t;cr«o:] 
The good counceyl of chawcer. 
[Fol. 22, verso i] Balade of the 
vilage without peyntyng. [By 
G. Chaucer. — Fol. 24, recto:'] 
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TERCEIRA, Island of. A 
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TERENTIUS (Publius) Afer. 
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TERRY (John) The Triall 
of Truth : containing a plaine and 
short discovery of the chiefest 
pointes of the Doctrine of the 
great Anti-christ, and of his ad- 
herentes the false Teachers and 
Heretikes of these last times. 
2 pts. MS. Note. /. Barnes, Ox- 
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third Part of the Tryall of Truth, 
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' T E S A U R O (Emmanuelr) 
Count. R. P. E. Thesauri... CsB- 
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qnibns acces8emnt...Nobili6simo- 
mm Orientis & Occidentis Pontifi- 
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TESMOND (Oswald) See 
Great Britain and Ireland. — 
James I., King, Begin. It is so 
manifest... how slowe wee have 
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our Lawes ... even against the 
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The true Testimonie of a Faithful 
Subject, etc. [1605.] Svo. 

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TETHERTON (Robert) See 
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Tliameiisis ex fundatione Johan- 
nis Williams Militis, domini Wil- 
liams de Thame ; [oontaining the 
Indenture of covenants between 
the Founder and others ; the deed 
whereby lands were assured to 
the School; the Statutes, etc.] 
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THAMES. The Colde 
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the Metamorphosis of the Biver 
of T. [A Ballad, by J. Taylor?] 
[1621.] 8. 8h. fol. 831. 1. 9. (5.) 

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THAYRE (Thomas) A Trea- 
tise of the Pestilence: wherein 
is shewed all the causes thereof, 
with the most assured preserva- 
tives against all infection ; and 
lastly is taught the true... cure of 
the pestilence, by ... approved 
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the Nature, Signes, and accidents 
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THEATRE. The Theater 

of the little world. [Lotuioiif 
1598 ?] 8vo. 854. a, 14. 

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THEBES. Begin. [Sig. a ii.] 
Here begynneth the prol(^ae oi 
the Storye of Thebes. ([Sig. a iv.] 
Here begynneth the Story of the 
destruccyon of the Cyte of 
Thebes.) [ A Poem by J. Lydgate.] 
)d. X. MS. Notes. [ Wyn^ de 
Worde, London, 1500?] 4to. 

C. 13. a. 21. (1.) 

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On the recto of the last leaf is the 
cipher of Gaxton. 

digest des Briefes originals, et 
des choses oonoernants euz, etc. 
MS.NoTi!^. In .SIdihus B. ToUeUi, 
Londini, 1579. 8vo. 510. a. 1. 

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las) The Posie of Godly Prayers, 
. . . W ith an . . . exhortation to forsake 
the World, and a perswasion not 
to feare Death . . . Now newly . . . en- 
larged, ... and the twentie and 
ninth time imprinted. Imprinted 
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THEOCRITUS, the Poet, 

The Shepherds Starre, now of 
late scene, and at this hower to 
be observed merveilons orient in 
the East, <feo. (A paraphrase npon 
the third of the Canticles of 
Theocritus.) [By T. Bradshaw. 
Edited by A. Bradshaw.] [Lon- 
don,^ 1591. 4to. 115. a. 64. 

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See Thbodulus. - 

CyruB. The Mirrorof Divine Provi- 
dence. Containing a colleotion of 
Theoret his arguments : declaring 
the Providence of God to appeare 
notabl J both in the heavens and in 
the earth. . .Taken ont of his workes 
De Providentia. [Edited by J. C] 
Printed... hy T. C. far J. Smithick, 
London, 1602. 8vo. 4402. aaa. 

Burgundy and Austrasia. The 
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In five acts and in verse. By 
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Liber theodoli cum comento in- 
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TragicaU Historie of the troubles 
and Civile warres of the lowe 
Countries... And there wit hall, the 
Estate and cause of Beligion, 
especially, from the yere 1569. 
unto the yere 1581 ...Translated 
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TOOEER (William) Cha- 
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hel et the paynys of pnrgatoyr 
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. . . collections, . . . Eeadings and . . . 
Observations... translated out of 
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Du Verdier, etc. [by T. Milles]. 
rAp;(ato-nXovros, containing ten 
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the health of her Houshold... 
newly enlarged, etc. U. Z, 
Printed hy J. B. far E. White, 
1600. 4to. 1037. e. 2. 

Without pagination. 
— Anotheroopy. 1038.k.34.(4.) 


Knight A little Treatise of Baile 
and Maineprize, etc. 1635. Svo. 

6146. e. 8. 

— See Clark (J.) The con- 
verted Jew, etc. (An appendix, 
wherein is taken a... survey... of 
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bishop of Canterbury] intituled : 
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succession of the True Church in 
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in Baptisme, intituled A Short 
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— See R., D., B, of Divin. 
[A] Treatise of the two Sacra- 
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4326. bb. 

— See S., R. A briefe Treatise 
to proove the necessitie and ex- 
cellence of the use of Archerie, 
abstracted out of ancient and 
Modem Writers. 1596. 4to. 

1042. 1. 41. 

— See T., R. A Brief Treatise 
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and Terrestriall, etc. 1 620. Svo. 

531. e. 6. (1.) 

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— See W., D. J. P. B. R. A 

shorte Treatise of politicke power, 
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isubjectes owe to Eyngea and 
other civile Qovemours, with an 
Exhortation to all true naturall 
Englishe men, etc. 1556. 8vo. 

1389. b. 

TREATISE. A brief treatise 
conteinyng many proper Tables 
and easie rules... for the use and 
comoditie of al people, etc [By 
R. Grafton.] V. %. J. Waley, 
London, 1576. 8vo. 8610. aa. 

Without pagination. 

— Another edition. V. Z* 
J, Walley, London, 1579. Svo. 

12203. aa. 20. 

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/. WcUley, London, 1582. 8vo. 

12203. a. 5. 

Perused, corrected 

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Note [by W. Herbert]. Printed 
hy F. S. for T. Adams, London, 
1595. Svo. 717. a. 34. 

— A breefe • Treatise of the 
vertue of the Crosse : andthetrae 
manner how to honour it. Trans- 
lated out of French into English. 
Printed for E. WhiU, L^idan, 
1599. Svo. 4412. g. 

Withont pagination. 

— A briefe Treatise touching 
the preservation of the eie sight, 
consisting partly in good order of 
diet, and partly in use of medi- 
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1586. Svo. 7610. a. 

The sixte Edition. 

J, Barnes, Oxford, 1602. 12mo. 

1186. b. 46. 

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— A Godlie treatiase dedaiyng 
the benefites, fruites, and great 
commodities of prayer, and also 
the true use therof. Written in 
Latin, fourtie yerea past, by an 




Englyslie man ... fCardinal J. 
Fisher,] ... and lately translated 
into Englyshe 1560. ». i. MS. 
Notes. J, Cawoody London^ 
[1560]. 8vo. 3932. b. 

Withoat pagination. 

— Another edition. V* X* 
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TREATISE. Here begyneth 
a newe Treatyse deuyded in thre 
The fyrst parte is to know,'i hane 

1 mynde 
The wretchednes of all man- 

The seconde is of the codyoion 

and manere 
Of the nnstedfastnes of this world 

The tbyrde part i this boke you 

may rede 
Of bytter death, and why it is to 


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— [Here begynneth a treatyse 
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heven sendeth dethe to somen 
every creature to oome and 
gyve a counte of theyr lyves in 
this worlde, and is in manor of 
a moraU playe.] V. X« Copious 
MS. Notes [by W. Herbert]. 
B.Pyn8(m, London, [1620?] 4to. 

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— Begin. A plaine and godlye 
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1 the blessed Sacrament of the 
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symple and nnlemed people. 
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TREATISE. A theologicall 
...Treatise of the nature and good- 
nesse of Salt, out of the Holy 
Scriptures, learned Writers, and 
approved practise, etc. F. Kyng- 
ston for B. Boyle^ London, 1612. 4to. 

7076. a. 

— A treatise ooncemynge the 
division betwene the spirytualtie 
and temporaltie. [By C. Saint 
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— A Treatise of blazing Starres 
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as naturall: to what countries 
or people soever they appeare in 
the... world. [By A. Fleming.] 
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Without pagination. 

— A Treatise of the Cohabi- 
tacyon of the faithfuU with the 
unfaithfull. Whereunto is added. 
A Sermon made of the confessing 
of Christe and His gospell, and of 
the denyinge of the same. [By H. 
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T R YA M OU R E, Sir. Syr 
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^' " '"' " (Second 

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— C. Tonstalli in laudem Ma- 
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salibuB Mariae, ... regis Angliaa 
Henrici Octavi filiaa, et Francisci 
...Franoorum Regis primogenita. 
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— A Sermon of Cuthbert Bys- 
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TUKKBY. The Policy of 
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T U R K E Y.— Sultans. The 
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Christ! Ecclesiam & fidem con- 
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TURNER ( ) Chaplain to 
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TURNER (Peter) The 
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C. 31. e. 14. 

TURNER (Bichard) See 
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— Nosoe te. (Humors.) [A 




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Ephbmeridhb. Turner ... An Alma- 
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TURNER (William) See 
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696. b. 26. 

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— The rare treasor of the 
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1586. 4to. 7420. a. 

1626. 4to. 780. b. 32. 

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TURNER (William) Tbe 
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TURNER (William) A new 
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names of Herbes in Greke, Latin, 
Englysh, Duch, Frenche, and in 
the Fotecaries and Herbaries 
Latin, with the properties degrees 
and naturall places of the same, 
gathered and made by W. T., 
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1551. fol. 447. i. 5. 

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TURNER (William) The 
olde Leamyng and the new, com- 
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easely be knowe which of them 
is better and more agreying wyth 
the everlasting word of God. 
[Translated from the Latin of U. 
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TUSSER (Thomas) Five 
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TUVIL (Daniel) See T., D. 

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TWINE (Thomas) 
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TWISSE (William) A. dis- 
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T W Y 


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MS. Notes. [London f ] 

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TYLER (Margaret) [The 
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TYMME (Thomas) See Adri- 
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civill warres of Fraunoe, under 




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TYMME (Thomas) The 
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4103. e. 

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— A Silver Watch-Bell. The 
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TYNDAL(iStVJoHN) 8eeJ.,^. 
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TYNDALE (William) A 
Briefe declaration of the Sacra- 
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IS. X. B. Stoughton, London, 
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— The Obedience of a Christen 
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TYNDALE (William) The 
parable of the wycked mammon, 
taken out of the . zvi. Ca. of Luke, 
with an ezposicyon therupon 
lately corrected i printed. IS. 31* 
WyUyam hiU, London^ xv. Sept, 
[1548?] 4to. 3932. f. 

— Another copy. 

3932. f. 

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3932. a. 

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TYNLEY (Eobert) Two 
Learned Sermons. The One, of 
the mischievous snbti 1 tie ... the 
other of the false Doctrines, and 
refined HsBresis of the Bomish 
Synagogue. Preached, the one 
at Panles Crosse the 5. of Novem- 
ber 1608 [on Psalm cxxiv. 1-8] ; 
the other, at the Spittle the 17. 
of April 1609 [on Matt. vii. 15, 
16]. In the first are examined 
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English Libell written by a 
Prophane Fugitive against the 
Apologie for the Oath of Allege- 
ance. In the second are answered 

many of the arguments published 
by R. Chambers, Priest, concern- 
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for T. Adams, London, 1609. 4to. 

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618. 1. 18. 

TYRELL (Anthony) See 
Tedder (W.) The Recantations 
as they were severallie pronounced 
by W. Tedder and A. Tyrrell, etc. 
1588. 4to. 105. a. 66. 

— A PruitfuU Sermon [on Mat. 
XII. 43-45,]... preached.. .by A. T. 
sometime a Seminarie Priest... 
Conteining an admonition unto 
vertue, and a dehortation from 
vice, etc. IS* *. MS. Notes. 
«r. Windet,.„8old by A. Kitson, Lon- 
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TYRIE (James) The refuta- 
tion of ane ansver made be Schir 
Johne Knox, to ane letter, send 
be J. Tyrie, to his umquhyle 
brother. Sett furth be J. Tyrie. 
Apod T. hrumenium, Parisiis, 
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TYRONE, Hugh, Earl of. 
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VALENTINE (Henry) Foure 
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4474. bb. 114. 

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VALERIUS (Corneuus) The 
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VALESCO, Signiar, pseud, 
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VALE Sins (Michael) In 
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hnxapTLKov, B, Field, Londini^ 
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VALLA (Laurentius) The 
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the untruly forged % falsely 
beleved donation... of Costatyne. 
iS06 Rome, JErmptrd of — CoNSTAirairE 
l^yBuruKmodi the Great, Emjperor, A 
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V A L V A R 1527 

VALLADOLID, Univernty of. T. Yandermers seaven yeares 
See Academies, etc. — Yalladolid. studie in the arte of Magioke, 

•* • * ^^, - ,^, . . ,. upon the twelve moneths of the 

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the tyranny of the GriBons and ^, _ ..^ . . .. 

Heretiq.^ To the King of TiS^j^'aa'SS:*"* ^''*""'- 

Spame, D. . Phillip the Third. '^^ 

Written in Italian by the author VANDERSTEGEN (Mi- 
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Servita, i.e. Pietro SarpiJ, and graviate of. — John Siqismund, 
faithfully translated into £kiglish Elector. A Proclamation ... Pro- 
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lloe]. With the Ti-anslators ...Translated... out of the high- 
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VANDEL (Jan) See Taets 286. b. 19. 

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V AUG HAN (Sir William) 
Erotopainion Finm ; Gontinens 
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— A Discourse conceminge the 
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fleete. IS.Z. MS. Notes. A. Hair 
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VERHEIDEN ( Jaoobus) See 
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VERMIOLI(PiFrR0 Mabtire) 
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— See Jewel (J.) Bishop of 
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VERMIGLI(Pietro Martire) 
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...In the end is reported the 
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— See White (John) Bishop of 
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ad versus Petrum Marty rem... con- 
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— A briefe Treatise, Concern- 
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workes of ... Peter Martyr, by 
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— An epistle unto the right 
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— Loci communes D. P. M. 
Yermilii ex variis ipsius authoris 
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— Tractatio de Sacramento 
Eucharisti6B,habita in celeberrima 
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Ad hec, Disputatio de eode Eu- 
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— A discourse or traictise of 
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VERON (Jean) See Zwikqli 
(II.) [A short pathway to the 
rygnte ... understanding of the 
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— Certayne litel Treaties, set 
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and leamyng of the symple i 
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Withont pagination. Sig. A-H4. 
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— A Dictionary in Latine 
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625. g. 2. 
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— A frutefnl treatise of pre- 
destination and of the divine 
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Apology of the same, against the 
swynyshe gruntinge of the Epi- 
cures and Atbeystes of cure time. 
Whereunto are added... a very 
necessary boke againste the iiree 
wyll men, and another of the 
true justification of faith, and of 
the good workes proceadynge of 
the same, made Dialoge wyse, etc. 
V. S. 2 pts. J. TisdaU, London, 
[1563?] 8vo. T. 1595. (1.) 

Foil. 1-8 of pt. 1 are without 
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— The godly Saiyngs of the 
old auncient faithful fathers upon 
the Sacrament of the bodye 
and bloude of Chryste. Newlye 
compyled and translated oute of 
Latin intoo English by J. V. 
Senonoys. V* S. J. Oswen, Wor- 
ceter, 1550. 8vo. 692. a. 41. 




VERON (Jean) The Hunt- 
ynge of Purgatoiye to death, 
ma^e dialogewise ... Newly set 
foorth, etc. tT". Tysdale, London^ 
1561. 8vo. 697. a. 19. 

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C. 12. 0. 4. 

— A moBte necessary treatise 
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Papistes, bnt also against the 
Anabaptistes. Made dialoge wyse 
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don, [1660?] 8vo. 3901. a. 

Without pagination. 

— A stronge battery against 
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dead Saintes, and against the... 
setting up of Images in the house 
of prayer, ...made dialogue wise, 
19, %. H. Sutton for T. Hacket, 
London, 1562. 8vo. C. 12. c. 9. 

da) Kelation of J. Verrazano of 
the land discovered by him. See 
H., E. Divers voyages, etc. 
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VERSLYN (Francis) The 
State of the suite in Chancerie, 
betweene F. Verslyn pi* : agaynst 
P. Manning, M. Palmer and theire 
wives &c. defendants [in relation 
to lands devised by the will of 
Jacob Verslyn]. [London, 1626.] 
8. 8h. fol. 190. g. 12. (219.) 

VERSTEGAN (Richard) 
See v., R. 

— A Restitution of Decayed 
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VILLAGASTIN (Thomas de) 
See Ignatius [Lopez de Begalde, 
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VI RET (Christopher) See 
Tobias, Mede-older mit H, Niclas 
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VIRET (Pierrr) See Bible. — 
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— The Christian disputations. 
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English by J. Brooke of Afihe. 
[With prefatory Epistle by J. 
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...l^nslated into Englishe, by 
J. Shute [fi-om the French], ac- 
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»« S. MS. Notes. A. VeaU, 
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VIRET ^Pierre) An epistle 
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— A faithfull and familiar ex- 
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VIRGIL, the Necromancer. 
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uus) [ Works.] Opera P. Yirgilii 




Maronis. Pauli Manutii annota- 
tiones breviB8imae...noiiieri looa 
magis insignia, quae Virgilins 
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Cbemnicensis Observationes Vir- 
gilianae lectionis. [Followed by 
tbe 13*»» Book of the ^neid by M. 
Vegins ; and by the minor poems 
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Lius) [ Works.] Pub. Vergilii Ma- 
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Ex typographia Sodetatis Stationa- 
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— [.^nei9.'\ The first booke of 
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Cazton ... the yere of our lorde 
. M.iiijClxxxz, etc. [This is not a 
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Lius) [Appendix.] Virgilius evan- 
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Christi, Virgilianis verbis & ver- 
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Aberdonensis. (A. Bossei pero- 
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sona divina Maronis tuba suavis- 
sime decantantur. Inflante A. 
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VITELL (Christopher) See 
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[1674?] 8vo. 697. a. 26. (7.) 

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697. a. 26. (8.) 

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697. a. 26. (5.) 

Epistola XT. HN. Correo- 

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697. a. 26. (6.) 

Evangelium Eegni. A 

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697. a. 26. (3.) 

The Prophetic Spirit of 

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1574. 8vo. 697. a. 26. (1.) 

VITELL (Christopher) See 
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1575. 8vo. 697. a. 26. (4.) 

A Publishing of the Peace 

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UNDERBILL (John) Newes 
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UNTON {Sir Henry) Fune- 
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TAKEE (T.) T. Gatakeri Lon- 
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VOLUSIANUS, Bishop of 
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Epistola Girardi Archiepiscopi 
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Alexandr. Archiepiscopi in epi- 
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VORST (Conrad) See Dort, 
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859. i. 16. (4.) 

VOSSIUS (Gerabdus) See 
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V O W E L L^ otherwise 
HOOKER (John) The seconde 
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HOOKER (John) The discrip- 
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** John Hoker." 

VOX. See M., G. Vox MiH- 
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English by J. Golbume. B, Brad- 
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VOYON (SmoN de) ATesti- 
monie of the true Church of God 
confirmed as well by the doctrine 
as lives of sundry holy men... 
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UPOOTE (Augustus^ See 
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URSINUS ( JoACHiMus) pseud. 
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Concilii Tridentini ... histories 
relatio, et nullitas...demonstrata. 
...Edita k J. Ursino Anti-Jesuita. 
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URSINUS (Zacharias) See 
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— An Answer to a Challenge 
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USHER (James) successively 
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USHER (James) succeBsively 
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U T H A L M U S (Lerimos) 
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W., C. The crying Murther: 
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W., D. J. P. B. E. A shorte 
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W.^ E. See England. The 
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W., E. See Passe (C. de") A 
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1615. 4to. 463. b. 8. 

W.J E. See Bigheome (L.) The 
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W., E. Good Newes from New 
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As also what Commodities are 
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W., E. E. W[ilkinson] his 
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W.^ G. The CeuBure of a loyall dajes) of Madona Aurelia, Queene 

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W.,G. The Hymnes and Songs y^.^ h. A Meditation upon 

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W., I. See Lbssius (L.) The 
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W., I. See Molina (A. de) A 
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4412. f. 

W., I. Copie of a Letter... by 
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W., J. De Nentralibus & Me- 
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701. g. 37. 

W., I. A table briefly pointing 
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W., J., Esquire. Sciographia, 
or the Art of Shad owes. Demon- 
strating out of the Sphere, how 
to project both great and small 
circles, upon any Plane. ..with a 
new Conceit of reflecting the 
Sunne beames upon a Diall...all 
performed, by the Doctrine of 
Triangles ; ... by helpe of . . . Log- 
arithmes. By J[ohnJ W[ell8,] Es- 
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W., I., Oent, A Speedie Poste, 
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the first fruits of new conceits, 
never yet disclosed. Now pub- 
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W., J., Qent. The valiant Scot; 
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T. Harper for J. WcUerson, London, 
1637. 4to. 643. c. 44. 

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W., I., Priest. See Johann 
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W.j J., Priest. See Boman 
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W., I., Priest. The English 
Martyrologe, oonteyning a sum- 
mary of the lives of thc.SainteB 
of the three kingdomes, England, 
Scotland and Ireland, collected... 
into moneths, after the form of 
a calendar, according to every 
Saintes festivity. Whereunto is 
annexed... a Catalogue of thoee 
who have suffered death in Eng- 
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1608. 8vo. 1126. a. 13. 

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W., J., Prie8t. The fierie trial of 
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NoTBS. 1019. i. 18. (2.) 

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W.y M. Academiarum quae 
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O. Bishop d JS. Newheriej Lon- 
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W.j M., Master in Arts. The 
Bedemption of Time, or a sermon 
[on Eph. V. 16] contayning verie 
good remedies for them that haue 
misspent their time... By M. W. 
Master in Arts [i.e. William 
Whately]. T. Esie, London, 
1607. 8vo. 4473. a. 

W., M. T. See Loqub (B. db) 
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1582. 8vo. 873. i. 20. 

W., N. The most pleasante 

historic of Albino and Bellama. 
A Foeme. To which is annexed 
the Vindication of Poesie. By 
N. W[hiting]. N. Fussell, Lon- 
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the titlepage, this is a dnplicate of 
the edition of 1637 -by N. W., 
Master in Arts, of Qaeenes Col* 
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W., N., Master in Arts, of 
Queenes CoUedge in Cambridge. Le 
bore di recreatione: or, the 
pleasant historic of Albino and 
Bellama... To which is annexed, 
n Insonio Insonadado, or a sleep- 
ing-waking dreame, ... by N. 
W[hiting] Master in Arts, of 
Queenes Colledge in Cambridge. 
[In verse.] Printed by J. D. for 
C, 0{reene), London, 1637. 12mo. 

C. 39. b. 44- 

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In this copy the printed titlepage 
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W« P. See Augustine, Saint. 
[De Vivitate Dei.] A shorte lela- 
tion of divers miracles,... trans- 
lated... [with a preface,] by P. W, 
1608. 12mo. G. 19947. 

W., P. See Gregory I., Saint, 
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Dialogues of S. Gregoric.With 
a shorte Treatise of sundry 
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1608. 12mo. 846. b. 22. 

W., P. A checke or reproofe 
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untimely shreeching in her Majes- 
ties cares, with an answeare to 
the reasons alleadged in a dis- 
course thereunto annexed, why 
Catholikes ... refuse to goe to 
Church, etc. (An appendix or 
addition for answeare to the 




Authors recapitulation in theende 
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697. f. 12. (1.) 

W., E. See Ferdinand II., 
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of. . . Ferdinand the second . . . Trans- 
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591. c. 24. (3.) 

W., E. See Nevill (A.) Nor- 
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W., E. See SiXTUS V., Pope. 
Martine Mar-Sixtus. A second 
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701. h. 1. (3.) 

1592. 4to. G. 20076. 

W., E. A Looking-glasse for 
Papists : to see their owne Defor- 
mities in matters of Faith, and 
Eeligion, and for formall Protes- 
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1621. 4to. 1225. b. 

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The titlepage is slightly mutilated. 

W., 5- Lots Wife. A Sermon 
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82]. [By E. W., i.e. Eobert 
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W., E. The pleasant and 
stately morall of the three Lordes 
and three Ladies of London... By 
E. W. [In verse.] »♦ C 
JB. Ihmei, London, 1590. 4to. ^ 

C. 34. b. 31. 

Without pagination. Titlepage 
slightiy cropped. 

W.j E. A right excellent... 
Comoedy [in verse] called the 
three Ladies of London. Wherein 
is notablie declared and set foorth, 
how by the meanes of Lucar, 
Love and Conscience is so cor- 
rupted, that the one is married to 
Dissimulation, the other fraught 
with all abhomination... Written 
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London, 1 584. 4to. G. 34. b. 30. 

Without pagination. Sig. A-F. 

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J, Vanter, London, 1592. 4to. 

643. c. 28. 

Imperfect; wanting two leaves, 
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W., E. Begin, To my in- 
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End. Wee'le kisse, and smile, 
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[1630?] 12mo. 1077. c. 6. 

Imperfect ; wanting titlepage. 

W.^ E., Esquire, Mount Tabor. 
Or private exercises of a penitent 
sinner. Serving for a daily Prac- 
tice of the life of Faith, reduced 
to speciall heads comprehending 
the chiefe comforts and refreshings 
of true Christians... By E. W[iUis] 
Esquire, etc. Printed hy B. B, 
for P. Stephens and 0, Meredith, 
London, 1639. 12mo. 4410. g. 

W.,S. The Appollogieofthe... 
Prince Emestus, Earle of Mansfield 
&o. [ByS. W.] Wherein from his 
first entertainment, are layd open 
the occasions of his warres in 
Bohemia, Austria, and the Pala- 
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Originall French Coppie. HeideH-' 
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— Another copy. C. 33. b. 32. 

W.y S. [Marie] Magdalens 
Funerall Teares. [Signed S. W., 
i.e, Eobert Southwell.] Printed 




by L B. far W, L., London^ 
1602. 8vo. 11623. aa. 42. 

The top of the titlepage is tora off. 

— Another edition. Printed 
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G. 742. (1.) 

W., T. See Airay (H.) The 
jnet and necessary apologie of 
H. Airay, etc. [To which is added 
an Attestation ''for the farther 
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WARBECK (Pebkin) History. 
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W A T T O N (John) See 
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WESTON (William) See 
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WH., Ih. English Paradise. 
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WHALLEY (John) Gods 
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WHEATLIE (William) A 
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WHITAKER (Alexander) 
Good Newes from Virginia, [a 
sermon on Eccl. xi. 1] sent to the 
Counsell and Company of Vir- 
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— The Tree of humane life, 
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WHITBIE (0.) Londons 
Betnme, after the aeoreaBe of the 
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L Okea, London, 1637. 4to. 

4473. aaa. 41. 

the laying open of oertaine onor- 
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A diflcoarBe and discovery of 
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— A diBCOurse oontainine a 
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WHITE (Anthony) Truth 
and error discovered, in two ser- 
mons in St. Maries in Oxford. 
J. Lichfield for H. Cktrteyne, Oxford, 
1628. 4to. 3935. b. 

WHITE (Charles) See 
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WHITBOUBNE (Bichard) WHITE (Christophbb) Of 
A Disoonrso and Discovery of Oathes ; their Object, Forme, and 
New-fonnd-land. Together wiUi Bond; the Panishment of Per- 




jane, and the Impietie of Papall 
Dispensations. Delivered in three 
sermoDB [on Josh. ix. 19] in Oxen- 
ford, to the Universitie. ImprirUed 
for B. Mab, London, 1627. 4to. 

694. g. 23. (16.) 

WHITE (Christopher) A 
sermon [on Bom. xiii. 1] 
preaohedin Christ-Chnroh, Oxford, 
eta B. Norton and J. BiUf Lon- 
don, 1622. 4to. 4475. aaa. 119. 

WHITE (Francis) siiGcessively 
Bishop of Carlisle, of Norwich, and 
of Ely. See Fbatley (D.) The 
Bomish Fisher his 
owne net. Or, a true Belation 
of the Protestant Conference [of 
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224 c. 12. (3.) 

— Conferenoe had between Dr. 
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Fisher and Mr. Sweet, Jesuites, 
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1623. 8vo. 697. c. 40. 

— See Fisher (J.) pseud. The 
Answere unto the Nine Points of 
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8oYeraygne...and the Bejoynder 
nnto the Beply of F. W. Minister. 
With the Picture of the sayd 
Minister, or Censure of his 
Writings. 1626, etc. 4to. 869. h. 6. 

— The orthodox faith ... ex- 
plained... in answer to a Popish 
Treatise, entitnled White died 
blaoke; wherein T. W. Pfriest] 
in his...aocuBation of D. White... 
is proved a trifler. See White 
(John) The Works of . . . J, White, 
etc. 1624. fol. 475. d. 17. 

— A replie to Jesuit Fishers 
answere to certain questious pro- 
pouded by... King James... Here- 
unto is annexed a conference of 
the right: B: B: of S* David's 
[W. Laud] w^ the same Jesuit. 

(Answered by B[ichard] Bfayly?] 
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London, 1624. fol. 477. e. 11. 

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WHITE (Francis) successively 
Bishop of Carlisle, of Norwich, and 
of Ely. A treatise of the Sabbath- 
day : containing a defence of the 
orthodoxall doctrine of the church 
of England, against Sabbatarian- 
novelty. Second Edition. B. Bad- 
ger, London, 1635. 4to. 1113. g. 3. 

Third edition. Printed 

by B. B., London, 1636. 4to. 

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WHITE (Francis), of 
Magdalene College, Oxford. Lon- 
don's Warning by Jerusalem. A 
Sermon [on Micah vi. 9] preached 
at Pauls Crosse on Midlent Sun- 
day last. G. Purslowefor B. Flem- 
ming,London,1619. 4to. 873.e.25. 

WHITE (Harim) The Ready 
Way to true Repentance: or a 
Godly and Learned Treatise, of 
the Kepentance of Mary Magda- 
len: opened in divers Sermons... 
begun in... London,... 21. day of 
Septemb. 1616. and continued in 
...Sandwich ; contayning Doc- 
trine of Faith... Whereunto also, 
by request, are added certaine 
other Sermons, preached by the 
same Author, etc. Prinied by 
Q. E{ld) for T. B., Lon- 
don, 1618. Svo. 693. e. 18. (6.) 

The ''other SermoDB," of which 
there are three, have each a sepa- 
rate titlepage, but the pagination and 
register are continoons throughout. 

WHITE (John) Artist. The 
true pictures... of the people in... 
Virginia . . . Diligentlye collected . . . 
and draowne by J. White, etc. 
[23 plates.] Som picture, of the 
Fictes which in the olde tyme 
dyd habite one part of the great 



Bretainne. [6 plates.] See Bry 
(J. de) a briefe and true report 
of the new found land of Vir- 
ginia, etc. 1590. fol. G. 6837. (2.) 

WHITE (John) Bishop of Win- 
chester. Diacofiiomartyrion id est 
ducentorum virorum testimonium, 
de veritate corporis, et sanguinis 
Christi, in Eucharistia... ad versus 
Petrum Martyrem...con8criptum, 
etc. [In verse.] MS. Notes. In 
aedtbu8[B.]CaU,Londiniyl55S. 4to. 

G. 17790. 

WHITE(John) D.D., Minister 
of God's Word at EccUs, See 
G., W., Frofessour in Divinity, A 
Discovery of certaine notorious 
shifts... and untruthes uttered by 
M. J. a booke... intituled 
A Defence of the Way, etc. 
1619. 4to. 117. g. 36. 

A Treatise of the Church. 

In which is proved M. J. W. his 
Way to the true Church, to be 
indeed no way at all to any 
Church, etc. 1616. 4to. 117.g.35. 

— The Protestation of J. W.... 
written... to the end the Papists 
might understand he departed 
out of this world of the same 
opinion, etc. 5c6 Hill (R.) The 
Path- Way to Prayer and Pietie, 
etc. 1629. 12mo. 875. b. 26. 

— The Workes of... J. White. 
...Together with a Defence of The 
Way to the true Church, in an- 
swere to a Popish Treatise, writ- 
ten by T. W. P[rie8t] entituled 
White died blacke. By F. White, 
etc. 4 pts. Printed for W. Bar- 
ret, London, 1624:. fol. 475. d. 17. 

Each pt. has a separate titlepage, 
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— The way to the true church: 
wherein the principall Motives 
perswading to Eomanisme...are 


familiarly disputed and driven to 
their issues... Contrived into an 
Answer to a Popish Discourse, 
concerning the Bule of Faith 
[by A. D.]...The seoond impres- 
sion. Printed for J. Bill and 
W. Barret, London, 1610. 4to. 

697. d. 24. 

The third Impres- 
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Printed for J. Bill and W. Barret, 
London, 1612. 4to. 873. k. 18. 

WHITE (John) D.D., mniMer 
of God's Word at Eedes. A de- 
fence of The Way to the true 
Church, against A. D. his Beply. 
Wherein the Motives leading to 
Papistry, and Questions, touching 
the Bule of Faith, the Authority 
of the Church. ..are fully ... dis- 
puted. Printed for W. Barret, 
London, 1614. 4to. 3935. co. 

WHITE (John) MalhemaHcian. 
See Ephemkrides. White... A new 
Almaoacke and Prognostication. 
...By J. W. 

WHITE (Matthew) Newee 
from Ipswich: Discovering oer- 
taine late detestable practises of 
domineering Lordly Prelates, to 
undermine the established doc- 
trine and discipline of our Church, 
extirpate all orthodoxe sincere 
preachers,... usher in popery, etc. 
Ipswich, [1636?] 4to. 4103. d. 
Six leaves, without pagination. 

Edition 3. Ips^ 

mch, 1636. 4to. 4106. b. 

Four leaves, without pagination. 

WHITE (Peter) Anansweare 
unto certaine crabbed questions 
pretending a reall presence of 
Christ in the Sacramento, latelie 
propounded by some secret Papist. 
...Together with a discouerie of 
the Jesuiticall opinion of justifi- 
cation, guilefully vttered by Sher- 
wyne at the time of his ezeon- 




tion. 2 pts. J. Wolf e and E. Kirk- 
ham, London, 15S2. 8vo. 3932. b. 

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WHITE (Thomas) Founder of 
Sion College. See W., T. 

— A godlie sermon [on 1 John 
III. 2, 3] preached the zzi day of 
June 1586 at the 
bnriall of... Sir H. Sidney. %• S* 
H, Midleton, London, 1586. 8vo. 

4903. a. 2. 

— Another oopy. 1419. a. 6. 

— A Sermon [on Lnke in. 10- 
14] preached at Paules Crosse the 
17. of November An. 1589. In 
joy full remembrance ... for the 
peaceable yeres of her Majesties 
... Baigne over us, now 32. 
B. Bohinson and T, Newman, 
[London,] 1589. 8vo. 

4453. aaa. 10. (2.) 

WHITE (Thomas) B. C. Priest. 
See EusHWORTH (W.) 

WHITE (Thomas) a Writer 
c^ainst the Broumists. A Dis- 
covery of Brownisme : or a briefe 
Declaration of some of the errors 
and abhominations . . .practised . . . 
among the English Company of 
the Amsterdam. 
Printed hy E. A. for N. FoArohe, 
London, 1Q05. 4to. 698. g. 4. (7.) 

— Another copy. 105. a. 28. 

WHITE ^Tristram) TheMar- 
tyrdome of Saint George of 
Cappadocia: Titular Patron of 
England, etc. W. Barley, Lon- 
don, 1614. 4to. 1076. i. 12. 
Without pagination. 

See Maochiavelli (N.) The 
Arte of Warre ... set forth in 
Englishe by P. Whitehome, etc. 
1560, etc. 4to. 1397. h. 

1588. 4to. 1 140. h. 2. (1,2.) 

WHITFELD (Henrt) Some 
Helpes to stirre up to Christian 
Duties ... Second Edition ... en- 
larged. Printed for John Bartlet, 
Xondon, 1634. 12mo. 4401. aaa. 3. 

— Third edition, cor- 
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WHITFORD (Kichard) See 
Bernard, Saint. Here begynneth 
a goodly treatyse, and it is called 
a notable lesson, otherwyse it is 
called the golden pystle. [Edited 
with great alterations by R. W.l 
[1531?] 4to. C.40. o. 17, 

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The folowyng of Christ : Lately 
translated out of latyn in to Eng- 
lysshe [by R. Whitford], etc. 
[1535?] 16mo. G. 19949. 

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1514. 4to. C. 21. c. 23. 

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set forth, by a brother of Syon 
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4402. aaa. (2.) 
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— A dialoge or comunicacion 
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instmojons and teachynges very WHITOIIT (John) sucoeB- 

necessarye for the helth of mannes sively Bishop of Worcester and 

sonle, etc. V. E* W. Myddylton, ArclAishop of OanieHntry, Life. 

London, 1541. 4to. 4408. cc. See Paule (Sir G.) The Life, etc. 

WHITFORD (Richard) A 
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them that have the guydyng 
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Notes. B. Bedman, London, 
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WHITGIPT (John) succes- 
sively Bishop of Worcester and 
Archbishop of Canterbury. See 
C, T. A Replye to [an] Answere 
ma[de of] Doctor [W.l agaynste 
[the admonition] to [the Parlia- 
ment by T. C.]. [1573 ?] 4to. 

108. b: 4. 

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Court of Parliament, from the... 
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11626. d. 51. 

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1572. 4to. 1019. e. 3. 

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108. b. 3. 

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— A godlie Sermon [on John 
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Queenes Maiestie. March 26. 
id. S. H. Bynneman for H. Toy, 
London, 1574. 8vo. 114. a. 46. 

Without nagmation. Imperfect; 
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WHITHALS (John) A short 
Dictionarie for yonge beginnera. 




Gathered of good authours, (by 
Jlion Whithals), eto. Eng, Lot. 
J. Kingstiunyfor J. Waieyand A. Vele^ 
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Without pagination. The Eng- 
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See Whitehobne. 

WHITINO (Nathaniel) 
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— See W., N., Mtuter in Arts, of 
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WHITNEY (Geffrey) A 
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Englished and moralized and 
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WHITNEY (Isabella) (A 
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WHITTEL (Thomas) 
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WHITTELL (Bobert) The 
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E, Griffin, for B. Bounihwaite, 
London, 1620. 4to. 4403. gg. 

[For the editions of the Book of 
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Bible. — Old Testament.— P^oZtw. 
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[De syllabarum quantitatwus.] B. 
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A Detection of divers notable 
Untruthes... Gathered out of...M^ 
Willets Synopsis Papismi, and 
Tetrastiion Papisticum, etc. 

1602. 8vo. 3935. aa. 

— An antilogie or counterplea 
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Printed for T. Man, London, 

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James [I.]... With a briefe expo- 
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WILLET (Andrew) An har- 
monic upon the second booke of 
Samuel, ... the divers Headings 
compared, doubtfuU questions ex- 
planed, etc. Few MS. Notes. 
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of Cambridge, 1614. fol. 

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Exodus... according to the method 
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readings these translations are 
compared together: l.TheChalde. 
2. The Septuagint. 3. The vulgar 
Latine. 4. Pagnine. 5. Montanus. 
6. Junius. 7. Vatablus. 8. The 
great English Bible. 9. The 
Geneua edition. 10. And the 
Hebrew originall ... And in the 
same there are well nie two 
thousand theological! questions 
handled. ..Divided into two parts 
or tomes. 2 pts. F. Kyngston for 
T. Man and J. Norton, London, 
1608. fol. 1010. f. 6. 

The second pt. is divided into 
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An harmonic upon the first — Hexapla in Genesin, that 

booke of Samuel ... The divers is, a Sixfold Commentary upon 

readings compared, doubtful! Genesis, wherein sixe severall 

questions explaned, places of translations, that is, the Septua- 




gint, and the Chalde, two Latin, 
...two English,... are compared,... 
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...wherein above a thousand theo- 
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now the second time revised, and 
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Now the third time 

WILLET (Andrew) Synopsis 
Papismi ; that is, a generall view 
of Papistrie ; wherein the whole 
mystery of iniquity set down. 
...Together with an antithesis of 
the true Christian faith, and an 
an tidotum... against the whore of 
Babylon's filthie cuppe of abomi- 
nations... divided into 5 books ... 
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publishel by the former author, 
and augmented, eto. F. Kyngstan 
for T. Man, London, 1600. fol. 

C. 46. k. 

Now this fourth 

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T. Man, P. Man, and J. Man, Lon- 
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WILLET (Andrew) Loidoro- 
mastix: that is, a scourge for a 
rayler; containing a full and 
sufficient answer unto the un- 
christian raylings... vented of late 
by one E. Par kes... against the 
author of Limbomastix, etc. 
O. Legge, Printer to the University 
of Cambridge, 1607, 4to. 4105. a. 

— A retection, or disooverie of 
a false detection: containing a 
defence of two bookes [by A. 
Willet], intituled, Synopsis Pa- 
pismi, and Tetrastylon Papisti- 
oum... against ...a certaine libell 
lately published. Wherein the 
unjust accusations of the libeller 
...are displayed [by A. Willet]. 
F. Kyngston for T, Man, London^ 
1603. 8vo. 3932. b. 

Many of the leaves are mutilated 
in the binding. 

— Sacrorum emblematum cen- 
turia una...a...Scriptur8efontibuB 
derivata & Anglolatinis versibus 
reddita. Lat, and Eng, Ex offi^ 
cina I. Legate,., Academise Canta- 
hrigiensis Typographi, [1596 ?] 4to. 

637. d. 32. 
Without pagination. 

time perused and published by 
the former Author and augmented 
with divers ... additions, eto. 
J^. Kyngston for T. Man, London^ 
1613. fol. 483. f. 14, 

— Tetrastylon Papismi: that 
is, the foure principal pillars of 
papistrie;... collected as a neces- 
sarie supplement or fit apperti- 
nance to the authors former 
worke, intituled. Synopsis pa- 
pismi, etc. F, Kingston for T. Man, 
London, 1599. 4to. 3932. e. 

— A treatise of Solomon's 
Manage, or, a congratulation 
for the happie... manage between 
... Frederike V., Count Palatine 
of Rhine ... and ... Elizabeth ... 
daughter unto... James... King of 
Great Britaine, etc. [In two dis- 
courses on Pa XLV. 10-16.] Itn- 
minted by F, K, for T, Man and 
V. WeU>y, London, [1612]. 4to. 

694. e. 10. (4.) 

— Tractatus de Salomonis nup- 
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inter ... Fridericum V. Gomitem 
Palatinum ... et ... Elizabetham ... 
consummatas, etc. Excusum ... 
typis Felids Kingston, impensis nero 
Thomae Man, Londini, 1612. 4to. 

605. b. 1 5. 

WILLIAM. The down right 
wooing of country William and 

W I L W I L 1605 

his pritty Peggy. [A Song.] King of Spayne by which he 

V. I. Printed for W. Thackeray, proscribed the late Prince of 

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queror. King of England, Life. Stadholder of the Netherlands, 

See Hayward (^Sir J.) The lives A declaration and publication 

of the III. Normans. of the most worthy prince of 

wrxT ▼ ▼ A ««- T-r 71 J T> ^ Orange, contayning the cause of 

ynialAAM 11., called Bufus, ^is necessary defence against the 

Ktng of England. Ufe See Hay- ^^^^ ^^ ^j^ Translated out of 

WARD(^»rJ.) 1 he lives of the French into English, etc. (20 

III. Normans. j„l^^ 1558)^ j^f j^ j ^^^^ 

WILLIAM IV., Landgrave of London, [1568?] 8vo. 1313. a. 

Eesse-OasseL See Frederick III., Without pagination. 

Elector Palatine of the Bhine. A _ ^ Supplication to the Kinges 

Christian contes8ion...whereunto ^^^^^^ie of Spayne, made by the 

18 added the Lantgrave h.s an- y^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ 

swere to the French King, etc. Holland and Zdand, with...his 

^^^^- ^^^- ^^^^•*- faithfuU subjectes of the low 

WILLIAM, of Cloudeslie. See Countreys, presently suppressed 

Bell (A.) Adambel, Clym of ^7 t^^© tyranny of the Duke of 

the cloughe, and Willyam of ^^^^ ^^^ Spaniards... Faithfully 

cloudesle. [1550?] 4to. translated out of Duytsch into 

C. 21.C. 64. English by T. W. ».il. H.Mid- 

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Stadholder of the Netherlands. See — Antwerpes Unitye. An 

Netherlands, United Provinces of Accord or Peace in Religion, and 

the. A Treatise of the peace Government, concluded by his 

made... between the states of the Highnes [William I.] and the 

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land, etc. [1576.] 16mo. there lately proclaymed the 12. 

721. a. 6. (4.) of June Anno 1579. Printed in 

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- LamentdbU death. SeeV.,0. ^^ ^j^^ p^^^^^ hereof [R Day], 
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The Apologie or defence of the _ ^ justification or cleering of 
meet noble Pnnoe William against ^^e Prince of Orendge agaynst 
the proclamation and edict, pub- t^e false sclaundera whlrwith 
hshed by the King of Spame by ^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ 

which he proBcnbeth the saide... ^^ wrongfully. ». ffi. J.D^y, 

Pnnoe,eto. 1581. 4to. Xo«do«, 1676. 8yo. 1055. b. 29 

164. g. 16. (1.) 

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Proclamation published by the — A true discourse of the 




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Copy-book," etc. 

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of Ossory. The Kight Way to the 
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41-43] preached at the... Funerall 
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afflictions : preached before the 
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February 1628, etc. J. BiU, Lon- 
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— A Sermon of Apparell, [on 
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oelier de France, & estoit signe 
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Barwick (H.^ a Breefe Discourse 
concemiDg the force and effect of 
all manuall weapons of fire, etc. 
[In answer to the several dis- 
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[1594?] 4to. 1042.1.40. 

— The Actions of the Lowe 
Countries. [Edited by J. Hay- 
warde, with a dedicatory epistle 
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for M. Lownes, London, 1618. 4to. 

1055. g. 2. (3.) 

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— A Brief Discourse of Warre 
... by ... Sir R. W. ... with his 
opinion concerning some parts 
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MS. Notes. T, Ortoin, London^ 
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WILLIAMS (Thomas) Dic- 
tionarium Latino - Britannicum. 
See Davies (John) Antiques lin- 
guae Britannic8B dictionarium 
duplex, etc. 1632. fol. 628. m. 1. 

Williams Will. 
Well-wishing Williams Will and 

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— A comfortable meditation of 
Humane frailtie, and Divine 
Mercie, in two sermons upon 
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17. the one chiefly occasioned by 
the death of Katharine, youngest 
daughter of Mr. T. Harlakenden, 
etc. J. Haviland for J. Boler, 
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— The Sword of the Spirit to 
smite in pieces that Antichristian 




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WILLIMAT (William) 


WILLIMOT (Joan) See 
Flower (M.) The Wonderful 
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M. and P. Flower ... Together 
with the Examinations and Con- 
fessions of A. Baker, J. W. and 
E. Greene, Witches in Leicester- 
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WILLIS (Anne) See 
Barnes (E.) Natures cruell 
Step-Dames : or matchlesse mon- 
sters of the female sex, E. Barnes 
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6485. a. 1. 

WILLIS (Edmond) An Abre- 
viation of Writing by Character . . . 
With plaine... rules for the speedy 
performance thereof... The second 
edition, much enlarged, etc. 
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7942. aa. 

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WILLIS (Edward) The 
blind Mans Staffe, or the Poor 
Mans comfort : dialogue- wise con- 
taining an exhortation for every 
christians conversation in this 
life, etc. O. Puralowe for H. Bell, 
London, 1615. 12 mo. 4404. c. 

WILLIS (John) The h rt of 
Stenography or Short- Writing, 
by spelling Characterie ... The 
ninth edition. Whereunto is now 
adjoyned the Schoolemaster to 

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1043. b. 61. 

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a separate titlepage bearing date 
1628 ; also a separate register. 

WILLIS (John) Mnemonica, 
sive Eeminiscendi Ars : h puris 
artis naturaeque fontibus hausta, 
& in tres libros digesta. Necnon de 
memoria natural! fovenda libellus, 
etc. Per Humfredum Lownes, sump- 
tibus Nathanaelis Broume, Londini^ 
1618. 12mo. 526. a. 38. 

See W., R., Jaaquire, 

WILLIS (Timothy) Propo- 
sitiones tentationum : sive pro- 
paedeumata de vitis et faecun- 
ditate compositorum naturalium: 
Quae sunt elementa Chymica. 
Excusum per Johannem Legatt, 
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— Anotheroopy. 1036.a. 13.(1.) 

— The Search of Causes. Con- 
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gation of the possibilitie of trans- 
mutatorie Alohemie. J. Legatt, 
London, 1616. 8vo. 1036. a. 13.(2.) 

VrCLLOBY (Henry) Willobie 
his Avisa: or, the true picture 
of a modest Maid, and of a chaste 
and constant wife. In Hexa miter 
verse, etc. [Edited by H. Dorrell.] 
J. Windet, London, 1694. 4to. 

239. i. 16. 




The fifth time cor- 
rected and augmented. W. Stans- 
by, London, 1635. 8vo. C. 39. a. 24. 

See John, Chrysostom, Saint. 
Theorremcon... selected and trans- 
lated faithfully by J. W. 
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WILLYMAT (William) See 
James I., King oj Great Britain 
and Ireland. A Princes Looking 
Glasse,... excerpted... out of that 
...BA2IAIK0N AOPON, or his 
Majesties instructions to...nenrie 
the Prince, and translated into 
Latin and English Verse... by 
W. W. 1603. 4to. 1077. h. 57. 

— See W., W. 

— A Loyal Subjects Looking- 
glasse..., to yiew...him8elfe in... 
Whereunto are brieflie added 
Sixe speciall causes of undutifuU 
subjects disloyaltie. Q. Elde for 
£. BouUon, London^ 1604. 4to. 

8403. c. 

— Physicke to cure the most 
dangerous Disease of Desperation. 
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693. c. 41. 

WILMOT (Robert) The 
tragedie of Tancred and Oismund 
[in five acts and in verse]. Com- 

filed by the gentlemen of the 
nner Temple. [The first act by 
Bod. Staf. ; the second by Hen. 
No., i.e. Henry Noel ? ; the third 
by Q. Al. ; the fourth by Ch. 
Hat.,t.6. Sir Christopher Hatton ? ; 
the fifth and epilogue by R. W., 
i.e. Robert Wilmot.] Newly 
revived and polished according to 
the decorum of these daies. By 
R. Wilmot. T. Scarlet, London, 
1592. 4to. C. 34. e. 43. 

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W I L S 9 N ( ) Actio 

contra Mariam, Scotorum Regi- 
nam, etc. [By — Wilson ? or G, 
Buchanan ?J See Mart, Queen of 
Scotland. De Maria, Scotorum 
Regina, etc. [1671.] 8vo. 

600. b. 24. 

WILSON (Christopher) Selfe 
Deniall : or, a Christians hardest 
taske. [A Discourse on Luke 
n. 23.] N. Ohesfor B. Whitdker$, 
Londm, 1625. 4to. 873. e. 7. 

WILSON (Edward) See 
Bowes (Sir J.) A true report of 
the horrible murther which was 
committed in the house of Sir J. 
Bowes [by E. Wilson and R. 
TethertonJ, etc. 1607. 4to. 

1077. i. 17. 

WILSON (Galfridus) See 
Epheherides. Wilson ... A new 
almanacke and Prognostication, 

Commendation of Cockes, and 
Cock-fighting. Wherein is 
shewed, that Cocke-fighting 
was before the coming of Christ. 
V. a. Printed for H. Tomes, 
London, IQ07. 4to. 1079. f. 2. (1.) 

Without pagination. Slightly 

WILSON ( Joanb) See 
Bowes {Sir J.) A true report 
of the horrible murther [of 
J. W.], which was committed in 
the house of Sir J. Bowes, etc. 
1607. 4to. 1077. i. 17. 

WILSON (John) Preacher 
of God's Word in GuUford. 
Zacheus conyerted, or the Rich 





Publicans Bepentance-BeBtitu- 
tion. In whioh the Mysteries of 
the Doctrine of Conversion are 
laid open. Also of Biches ... 
their getting, keeping, expend- 
ing, and many other material 
points. T, Cotes for F, Clifton, 
London, 1631. 12mo. 873. b. 32. 

WILSON (John) Boman 
Caiholie Priest. See Black well 
(G.) In Q. Blacvellum . . . Quaestio 
bipartita, etc. [Translated from 
the English by J. W.] 1609. 4to. 

860. f. 14. (1.) 

— See W., J., Priest. 

WILSON (Matthew) See 
Divine. A Beply to N. Smith 
his Discussion of some pointes of 
M. Doctour Kellison his Treatise 
of the Hierarchie. 1630. 8vo. 

3935. aaa. 

— See H., I. 

— See Knott (Edward) pseud. 

— See Smith (Nicholas) pseud. 

WILSON (Bobebt) See 
Oldcastle (J.) Baron Cobham. 
The first part of the true ... 
historic, of the life. ..of Sir John 
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WINSTON (John) SeeB.,J. 
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W I R S U N G (Christoph) 
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W1TB.'ER(Qeobge) Archdeacon 
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This copy was " printed by A. M. 
for J. Grismond." Imperfect ; want- 
ing the first leaf and the author's 
portrait. The last two leaves are 




WITHER (George) the Poet, 
Epithalamia : or nuptiall poems 
upon the ... happie manage be-