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tian Religion in Fraunce, Iasper Colignie his own Hand, and confirmed by him at
Shatilion, sometyme greate Admirall of the time of Execution, August 31. 1681.
Fraunce. Translated out of Latin by at Oxford. London, Printed for Edith
Arthur Golding. Imprinted at London Colledge, 1681. A folio leaf.
by Thomas Vautrollier. 1576. 8°, A-COLLIER.
H 6 in eights. Black letter.

A Colliers cavet to his frend to perswade,
COLLEDGE, STEPHEN, the Protestant To shewe the like follie his fancie hath

The Arraignment, Tryal and Condemna- A ballad. Licensed to Richard Christian,
tion of Stephen Colledge for High Trea-

2 April, 1591.
son, in Conspiring the Death of the King,
the Levying of War, and the subversion

The Colliers misdowtinge of furder strife,
of the Government, the 17th and

Made his excuse to Annet his wief, &c. 18th of August 1681. London, Printed

A ballad. Licensed to R. Jones, 17 April, for Thomas Basset, 1681. Folio,

A-Ee in twos.

A Letter written from the Tower by Mr.

A Defence of the Absolution Given to Sr.
Stephen Colledge (the Protestant Joyner)

William Perkins, At the Place of Execu

tion. to Dick Janeways Wife. London: Print

April the 3d. [1696.) With a
ed for R. J. 1681. A folio leaf.

Farther Vindication thereof, Occasioned
Probably a fictitious imprint.

by a Paper, Entituled a Declaration of the

Sense of the Archbishops and Bishops, &c.
The Last Speech and Confession of Mr.

4°, 8 leaves, subscribed J[eremy C[ol-
Stephen Colledge, who was Executed at
Oxford on Wednesday August 31. 1681.
London, Printed for A. Banks, Anno

A Short View of the Immorality, and
Dom. 1681. A folio leaf.

Profaneness of the English Stage. To

gether with the Sense of Antiquity upon A Letter from Mr. Stephen Colledge to a Person of Quality, upon his Removal

this Argument. By Jeremy Collier, M.A.

London, Printed for S. Keble, ... 1698. to Oxford, to be Try'd upon an Impeach- 89, A-T in eights. ment of High Treason. Printed for Francis Smith ... 1681. A folio leaf. COLLINGS, JOHN. Chiefly in verse.

Par Nobile. Two Treatises. The one, A Letter concerning the Tryal at Oxford

concerning the Excellent Woman, Evinof Stephen Colledge, August 17. 1681.

cing a person fearing the Lord, to be the London : Printed for W. Davies. 1681.

most Excellent Person : Discoursed more A folio leaf.

privately upon occasion of the Death of A Poem (By way of Elegie) upon Mr.

the Right Honourable the Lady Frances Stephen Colledge, vulgarly known by the

Hobart, late of Norwich, from Pro. 31, 29, name of the Protestant Joyner. Lon

30, 31. The other, Discouering a Fountain
of Comfort and Satisfaction,

disdon : Printed for J. Bowen. 1681. A

coursed .. at the Funeral of the Right folio leaf.

Honourable, the Lady Katharine Courten,
A Modest Reply to a too Hasty and
Malicious Libel, Entituled, An Elegy on

preached at Blicklin, in the County of

Norfolk, March 27. 1652. With the NarMr. Stephen Colledge. London.

ratives of the holy Lives and Deaths of Printed 'for R. Janeway, 1681, these two Noble Sisters. By J[ohn] ColFolio. A single leaf.

lings] D.D. late Minister of the Gospel in The Speech and Carriage of Stephen Norwich. London, Printed in the Year Colledge at Oxford, before the Castle, on 1669.8°, A-U in eights. Dedicated to Wednesday August 31. 1681. Taken Lady Frances Hobart, relict of Sir John exactly from his own Mouth at the Place Hobart, of Blicklin. of Execution, London, Printed for COLLINS. Thomas Basset at the George in Fleet- Collins and the Devill. A ballad.

Listreet, and John Fish at the Golden Tun

censed to Edward Blackmore, 14 Decemin the Strand. 1681. Folio, 4 leaves.

ber, 1632. The Speech and Carriage of Stephen COLLINS, ANNE. Colledge. No place, &c. 4°, 4 leaves.

Divine Songs and Meditations ComA True Copy of the Dying Words of Mr. posed by An Collins. London, Printed Stephen Colledge, left in writing under by R. Bishop. Anno Dom. 1653. Small





8o. A, 4 leaves : B-G in eights. Brit- Whereunto is annexed divers Ancient well.

Customes and Usages of the said City of B. A. Poetica, 1815, £18, resold Midgley, London. London : Printed for Abel 1818, £10, 10s., resold Sykes, 1824, £8, 53.,

Roper ... 1670. 8o A, 4 leaves : B--O resold Heber, 1834, £4, 6s. Lowndes cites Restituta, by Brydges, iii.

in eights, 0 8 blank. 123. The edition there named is this of COLVILL, SAMUEL. 1653. No other is known.

Whiggs Supplication, A Mock-Poem. In COLLINS, HERCULES, of Wapping. Two Parts. By Sam. Colvill. Edinburgh, Three Books: viz.

Printed in the year, MDcxcv. 8°, A-H I. The Scribe instructed unto the King

in eights. dom of Heaven.

The Whiggs Supplication . . . London : II. Mountains of Brass : or, A Discourse Printed for James Woodward, in St. upon the Decrees of God.

Christophers Church-Yard, in ThreadIII. A Poem on the Birth, Life, Death, needle-street, and John Baker, at the

Resurrection and Ascension of our Black Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1710.
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

12°, A-Q in sixes, Q 6 blank. London, Printed and sold by the Author

COLYNET, ANTHONY. at Wapping, and R. Mount at the Postern on Tower-Hill, 1696. 12°, A-E 4 in

The True History of the Ciuill Warres of twelves. In verse.

France, betweene the French King Henry

the 4. and the Leagners Gather'd from the COLLINS, JOHN.

yere of our Lord 1585, vntill this present Salt and Fishery, A Discourse thereof

October. 1591. By Antony Colynet. Insisting on the following Heads. 1. The

[Col.] Imprinted at London by Thomas several ways of making Salt in England, Orwin, for Thomas Woodcock, ... 1591. and Foreign Parts. ... By John Collins, 4o. A, 4 leaves : B-Nn 3 in eights. Accomptant to the Royal Fishery Com

COMBAT. . pany. E Reg. Soc. Philomath. London, Printed by A. Godbid, and J. Playford,

A pleasant ballad of a combat betwene a 1682. 4°, A-V in fours. Dedi

man and his wyfe for the breches. Licated to Sir James Shaen, Kt. and Bart.

censed to Robert urne, 27 August,

1591. Surveyor General of Ireland. COLLOQUIA.

A discours of Com battes occasioned by Colloqvia et Dictionariolvm Septem Lin- the lamentable and vntymely end of Sir gvarvm, Belgica, Anglice, Tevtonice, George Wharton and master James Stu

ard. Latinæ, Italicæ, Hispanicæ, Gallicæ

Licensed to Thomas Pavier, 30 Leodii Apud Henricum Houium, 1591.

June, 1613. Cvm Privilegio. 80, A-Z in eights, and COMEDY. a--m 5 in eights.

The Weekly Comedy, Dayly Acted at The colophon in this copy is : Leodii inost Coffee-Houses in London. Numb. Apud Henricum Houium, 1589.

1. From Wednesday May 10 to WedColloqvia et Dictionariolym octo Lin

nesday May 17, 1699. [to be continued guarum, Latinæ, Gallicæ, Belgicæ, Teu- weekly.] London, Printed by J. How, tonica, Hispanicæ, Italicæ, Anglicae, et

A folio leaf. Portugallicæ ... Amstelodami ... 1631.

A description of the characters frequentOblong 8°, A-Aa eights, the last leaf

ing such houses. blank.

COMENIUS, JOHN AMOS. COLTHROP, SIR HENRY, Knight. Joh. Amos Commenii Orbis Sensvalivm The Liberties Usages, and Customes of Pictus : . . . London, Printed by T. R. the City of London ; Confirmed by espe- for S. Mearne, Bookbinder to the King's ciall Acts of Parliament ... Collected

most Excellent Majesty, 1672. 8°, A-X by Sir Henry Colthrop, Knight, sometime in eights. With the saine cuts. Recorder of London, for his private use,

Janua Linguarum Reserata ... The Gate and now published . . . London, Printed by B. Alsop for Nicholas Vavasour ..

of Languages Unlocked [With

Additions by G. P.) London, Printed by MDCXLII. 4°, A-D 2 in fours.

James Young for Thomas Slater Reports of Special Cases Touching several

1647. 8o. A, 4 leaves : (a)-(c 4) in Customs and Liberties of the City of

eights : B-Aa in eights. London. Collected by Sir H. Calthorp

The English translator was Thomas Knight, sonetimes Recorder of London. Horne.






Janua Linguarum Reserata . . . London, COMMONWEALTH.
Printed by Edw. Griffin and Will. Hunt, A Narrative and Declaration of the Dan-
for Thomas Slater ... 1652. 8°, A- gerous Design Against the Parliament
Cc in eights, last leaf blank.

In two

& Kingdom, Carried out in the County columns. With a portrait.

of Kent and elsewhere, under the spurious Janua Linguarum Reserata .. The pretence of Petitioning. Also a DeclaraGate of Languages Unlocked Lon

tion (published in the name) of the don, Printed by E. Cotes, for the Com

Counties of Kent, Essex, Middlesex, pany of Stationers, 1667. 8o, A-Cc 7

Surrey, to the Army under the Command

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Together with

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8o. Title, &c., 6 leaves : engrav- June 8. 1648. 4°, A-C 3 in fours. ings, 8 folded leaves : A–S 4 in eights,

The Humble Advice and Earnest Delast two leaves blank. Printed in three

sires of certain well-affected Ministers, columns.

Lecturers of Banbury in the County of COMES AMORIS.

Oxon., and of Brackly in the County of Comes Amoris ; Or The Companion of

Northampton, To his Excellency Thomas Love. Being a Choice Collection of the Lord Fairfax, Generall of the Forces Newest Songs now in Use.

With a

raised by the Authority of Parliament ; Thorow Bass to each Song for the Harpsi

and to the Generall Councell of Warre. chord, Theorbo, or Bass-Viol. London, Presented Ianuary 25. 1649. by two of

1687-94. Folio. Five Books. the Subscribers. Also, A Letter to the Book First, A-L, 2 leaves each: Book

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Printed for Peter Cole, Francis Tyton, by Nat. Thompson, . . . 1681. Folio,

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being a Choice Collection of the Newest A Review and Examination of a Pam- and most Diverting Catches for three & phlet lately published, Bearing the Title of four Voices Together with the most CeleProtectors no Subverters, and Presbyterie

brated Catches Compos’d by the late M'. no Papacy, &c. By some lovers of the

Hen". Purcell & Dr. Blow all fairly EnInterests of Christ in the Church of Scot- graven & Carefully Corrected. London land. Edinburgh, Printed Anno Dom. Printed for and sold by I: Walsh ... 1659, 4°, A-S 2 in fours.

Folio. Title and Table, 2 leaves : the A Brief Narrative of that Stupendious

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dom of Portvgall to the Crowne of Castill: The prayse and commendacion of suche Containing the last warres of the Portuas sought comenwelthes : and to the gals against the Moores of Africke, the cotrary / the ende and discommendacion end of the house of Portugall, and change of such as sought priuate welthes Gathereil of that Gouernment. The description of both out of the Scripture and Phylozo- Portugall, . . . Imprinted at London by phers. [Col.] Imprinted at London by Arn. Hatfield for Edward Blount. 1600. Anthony Scoloker Dwelling in the Sauoy Folio, A-Ff 4 in sixes. rēts. Wythout Templebarre. Cum priui- Dedicated by Edward Blount to Henry legio. 8", A-B 4 in eights.

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friend, and a gentleman much devoted to The Forme and maner of examination his Honour. before the admission to yo tabill of y CONFESSION. Lord, vsit be yo Ministerie of Edinburgh.

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Licensed to John Sampson in 1561. be ye better instructit in ye groundis & principall yeitlis of Religion. Imprentit

A Brief Fovrme of Confession, instructing at Edinburgh. By Henrie Charteris.

all Christian folke how to confesse their Anno M.D.LXXXI. Cum Priuilegio Regali.

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