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Neither the Grenville copy nor that in A, 4 leaves : B-V in eights, besides 32 the General Library at the Museum has the
leaves with title and Preface before A. Description of Britain, which is equally
A 4 is a blank. absent in a third at present in Mr. Quaritch's possession. But Herbert (edit. of Ames, Alarme to England. A ballad. Licensed pp. 306–7) appears to have seen one which to Abraham Newman, 17 Sept. 1578. possessed it.
London is inserted in the margin, per. The cuts in this edition vary from those
haps as a substitute for England. in that of 1504. Their insertion was probably quite accidental, and, as in the case Anticosmopolitæ, or Britanniæ Apologia. of the Holinshed of 1577, they have no Licensed to Richard Day, 30 June, 1579. special fitness.
A godlie exhortacon vnto Englande to Certayne Causes gathered together ..
repent him of the evill and sinfull waies [? 1549.]
| shewinge thexample and distruccon of The evils represented in this tract were just those which are depicted in the Early
Jerlm and Andwarp. A ballad. LicenEnglish Text Society's Extra Series volume, sed to Thomas Man, 15 Nov. 1578. No. xii. 1871. The earliest dated publica
An admonycon to England whereby to tion of Hugh Singleton, the printer of the Certain Causes, appears to be 1548.
Wishinge from wickednes all heartes to A trewe mirroyr or Glase wherin we
Relent. maye beholde the wofull state of thys our
A ballad. Licensed to John Allde, 22 Realme of Englande, set forth in a Dia
Nov. 1579. logue or Comunication betwene Eusebius and Theophilus.
A pretie schole of spellinge and writinge Mathewe. 12.
Englishe. Licensed to Thomas Butter, 20 Omne regnum in se diuisum desolabitur. July, 1580. Imprinted. Anno. Domi. M.D. L.VJ. Sm. An exhortacon to England to the tune of 8°, A-C 4 in eights. Lambeth.
Ahlas and well adaie. A ballad. LicenC 3-4 are occupied by the Lord's Prayer sed to E. White, 21 Nov. 1580. in stanzas; the rest is prose.
A ballad intituled Awake all faythfull Historia delle Cose Occorse nel Regno
English hartes. Licensed to Thomas D'Inghilterra, in materia del Duca di
Purfoot, 8 Aug. 1586. Notumberlan dopo la morte di Odoardo VI. Nell 'Academia Venetiana.
The Commons crye of England against M.D.LVIII. 8o, italic letter. A, 4 leaves,
the queenes maiesties Enemyes. A ballad. A 4 blank : B-I 4 in eights.
Licensed to Robert Robinson, 21 Nov.
1586. Dedicated by Luca Cantile to Margaret of Austria. On the title is the engraving
The sorowfull sobbes and sighes of Engof Fame.
A ballad. Licensed to H. Repente, Oye Englande ! A ballad. Carre, 8 March, 1586–7. Licensed to Thomas Hacket in 1560-1. The genealogie of the kinges of England The Armes of Englonde. Licensed to
from William the Conquerour in A table Giles Godet in 1562-3.
with pictures. Licensed to John Wolf,
4 Dec. 1587. A Warnyng to all Englonde by Casualtes
The Copie of a Letter sent ovt of England of fyre for all howsholders to take warn- to Don Bernardin Mendoza Ambassadovr ynge there at. Licensed to W. Pickering
in France for the King of Spaine, declarin 1567.
ing the state of England, contrary to the A Wamynge or punysshement that Eng- opinions of Don Bernardin, and of all his lande should Repente. A ballad. Li- partizans Spaniardes and others. This censed to W. Edmondes in 1570.
Letter, although it was sent to Bernardin Eche wyght ye ys to Englonde tru. A
Mendoza, yet, by good hap, the Copies
therof aswell in English as in French, ballad. Licensed to H. Denham in
were found in the chamber of one Richard 1570.
Leigh, a Seminarie Priest, who was lately Illvstria Ecclesiæ Catholicæ Trophoea, executed for high treason committed in Ex recentibus Anglicorum martyrum,
the time that the Spanish Armada was Scoticæ proditionis, Gallicorumq; furo- on the seas. Whereunto are adioyned rum rebus gestis grauiss. virorum fide certaine late Aduertisements, concerning notatis. Charae Posteritati, : Erecta. the loss and distresses happened to the Anno M.D.LXXIII. [Col.] Monachi Ex- Spanish Nauie, aswell in fight with the cvdebat Adamus Berg. Anno 1573. 8°. English Nauie in the narrow seas of Eng
land, as also by tempests, and contrarie winds vpon the West, and North coasts of Ireland, in their returne from the Northerne Isles beyond Scotland. Imprinted at London by T. Vautrollier for Richard Field. 1588. 4°, black letter, A-H 2 in fours.
In this, doubtless the second impression of the year, the Advertisements out of Ire
land commence on sign. F 2 verso. The Copie of a Letter sent ovt of England to an Ambassadovr in France for the King of Spaine, declaring the State of England, contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin, and of all his partizans, Spaniards and others.
Whereunto are adioyned certain Advertisements, concerning the losses and distresses happened to the Spanish Navy, London, Printed by George Miller dwelling in Black-Friers. 1601. 4°, A-E in fours. Grenv. Coll. A Dyttie of encoragement to English men to be bold to fight in Defence of prince and cuntrey. Licensed to H. Kirkham, 29 June, 1588. A Joyfull sonnet of the Redines of the shires and nobilitie of England to her maiesties service. Licensed to J. Wolf, 3 Aug. 1588.
The Englishe preparacon/ Of the Spaniardes navigacon. A ballad." Licensed to John Wolf, 18 Aug. 1588. A propper newe balled briefely shewinge the honorable Cumpanyes of horsmen and footemen whiche dyverse nobles of Englande brought before her maiestie, &c. Licensed to John Wolf (conditionally), 28 Aug. 1588.
This may be identical with “the martiall shewes of horsemen before her maiestie at Sainct James," licensed to Wolf on the 7th of September, 1588, but no sum named. A newe ballad of Englandes Joy and
delight, In the back Rebound of the Spanyardes
spyght. Licensed to R. Jones, 21 Nov. 1588. An admonition to the people of England. Licensed to Ralph Newbery, 10 Jan. 1588-9. A brave encouragement for Englishe Chivalrye, &c. A ballad. Licensed to R. Jones, 20 May, 1690. A privat mans porcon prepared for the health and preparacon of England, &c. Licensed to John Penny, 12 April, 1591. A Declaration of great troubles pretended against the Realme by a number of Semi
narie Priests and Iesuits, sent, and very secretly dispersed in the same, to worke great Treasons vnder a false pretence of Religion. With a prouision very necessarie for remedie thereof. Published by this her Maiesties Proclamation. Imprinted at London by the Deputies of Christopher Barker, ... 1591. 49, A-B in fours, B 4 blank. The Royaltie of England. Licensed to John Danter, 20 Feb. 1593–4. A ballad intituled A Triumphant newe successe which our Englishe men had in Britanye with the yeildinge and takinge of the towne and castell of Morlesse in September 1594.. Licensed to T. Millington, 31 Oct. 1594. Englands felicitic with an admonicon to repent By examples of others harmes. A ballad. Licensed to John Danter, 23 July, 1592. Rervm Anglicarvm Scriptores post Bedam Præcipvi, Ex Vetvstissimis Codicibvs Manvscriptis Nvnc primum in Lvcem Editi. .. . Londini, Excudebat G. Bishop, R. Nyberie, & R. Barker, Typographi Regij Deputati. Anno ab'incarnatione. 1596. Folio, *, 2 leaves : A-4 S 4 in sixes : Tables, 22 leaves.
Edited by Henry Savile. The writers are, William of Malmesbury, Henry of Huntingdon, Roger Hoveden, Ethelbert,
and Ingulph of Croyland. Englandes hollidays. Licensed to Edward Allde, 18 May, 1603. Gods warning to the people of England, a ballad. Licensed to Ralph Blower, 23 February, 1606-7. The Danger wherein the Kingdome now standeth, & the Remedie. Printed, 1628. 4°, A-C in fours. Englands Reioycing at the Prelats downfal. Or, Gods Goodnesse and mercy to England in delivering them from the cruell tyranny of blood-thirsty Prelats.
England, Printed in the yeare of the downfall of the Prelats. 1641. 4°, A-B in fours. Englands Glory in Her Royall King, and Honorable Assembly in the high Court of Parliament, above her foriner usurped Lordly Bishops Synod. With a discourse betwixt Master John Calvin, and a Prelaticall Bishop, whereunto is added the Bishop of Canterburies Dreame. Printed in the Yeare, 1641. 4°, B-D in fours and the title, D 2-4 blank. Englands Tears and Lamentation for her lost Friend Peace, And Her Comfort for
the continuance of Truth Or Truth aud Peace justly pleaded for, and truly Petitioned for London, Printed for William Ley. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. Querees, to find out who it is that holds out in Armes against the State of England. London August (8,] 1646. A sheet. B. M. Englands Petition to their King. Or, An humble Petition of the distressed and almost destroyed Subjects of England, To the Kings most excellent Majestie. Containing (in the judgment of the wise) the very sense of all the true-hearted of the Kingdome : but because the way to the Kings eare is stopt, it was sent to London, and there printed, as it is honestly declared to the Reader. Exod. 10. 7. Knowest thou not yet that our Canaan is destroyed ? Printed on the day of Jacobs Trouble, and to make way (in hope) for his deliverance out of it. May 5. 1643. 4°, 4 leaves. The Declaration of the Kingdomes of England and Scotland, loyned in Armes for the vindication and defence of their Religion, Liberties, and Lawes, against the Popish, Prelaticall, and Malignant Party. London, Printed for Iohn Wright in the Old-baily. Februar. 1, 1643. 4°, black letter, A-B in fours. The Danger Wherein the Kingdome of England now standeth ; And the Remedy for the present safety thereof. With the propositions drawne for the defence of the same, and the annoying of all the wicked Adversaries. Worthy to be read of all them that wish well to the prosperity of all true hearted English-men. Byt more specially for all Merchants and Sea-men whatsoever. London. Printed for Richard Palmer, 1643 [May 2.] 4°, 6 leaves. B. M. A New (and too true) Description of England : Briefly Delineating the Carefull condition of the Court, Cautious Policy of the head City, Callamitous case of the Country, And Cruell passages of the Camps. În A Familier Dialogve, Betwene, Chrystopher A Cavalier, and Barnaby a Caviller. Written by (now I thinke on't) 'tis no matter who.
But it affords
More witt then words. London, Printed in the Year 1643. [Feb. 15, 1642.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M. Englands Disorder, Or,
The Subjects exclamation,
Against the Sects of this Nation. The Tune is, Hang sorrow cast away care, Or my father hath made his will. London Printed for Richard Burton, at the Horse
Shooe in Smithfield, 1646. A ballad in two parts, with three cuts on two leaves. Black letter. Englands Wolfe with Eagles Clawes : The Cruell Impieties of Bloud-thirsty Royalists, and blasphemous Anti-Parliamentarians, under the command of that inhumane Prince Rupert, Digby, and the rest. Wherein the barbarous Crueltie of our Civill uncivill Warres is briefly discovered. London : Printed by Matthew Simmons, 1647 (Sept. 23, 1646.] A side, with an engraving. B. M. Englands Mad Petition to the Right Honourable the, &c. The Humble Petition of above 12. millions of Well-affected (before so ill distracted) people of all sorts, Ages, Sexes, and sises :
all desiring the enlargement of Bedlam, ... Presented to the Houses on Thursday, August 26. 1647. Printed at London betwixt Bishopsgate-street and More-fields, . 1647. 4°, 4 leaves. Partly in verse. The Petition of Right of the Free-Holders and Free-Men of the Kingdom of England: Humbly presented to the Lords and Commons (their Representatives and Substitutes) from whom they expect a speedy and satisfactory Answer, as their undoubted Liberty and Birth - right. Printed in the Year, 1648. 4°, A-C in fours. The Kingdomes Briefe Answer, to the late Declaration of the House of Commons, Feb. 11, 1647. Touching the Reasons of their no farther Addresses to the King. . . . London, Printed in the year of our Lord, 1648. 40, A-C in fours. A Sad Message from Heaven Threatening Destruction to England : Except Speedily prevented by reall Repentance and amendment of Life. [Quot. from Scripture.] London, Printed for Tho. Vere, ... 1648. [Aug. 15.] 8°, black letter, 8 leaves. B. M. Englands Monument of Mercies in Her Miracvlovs Preservations from Manifold Plots, Conspiracies, Contrivances and attempts, of forraigne and home bred treacherous Enemies ... Printed for S. W. and J. P. . . . 1646. A large sheet with the centre occupied by engravings. B.M. A Venice Looking-Glasse : Or, A Letter written very lately from Londo to Rome, by a Venetian Clarissimo to Cardinal Barberino, Protector of the English Nation, touching these present distempers. Wherein, as in a true Mirrour, England may behold her owne spots, wherein she may see, and fore-see, her Follies pass'd, her present Danger, and future Destruc
tion. Faithfully rendred out of the Italian into English. Fas est, & ab hoste doceri. Printed in the yeare, 1648. 4°, A-C in fours. A Legall Vindication of the Liberties of England, against Illegall Taxes and pretended Acts of Parliament lately enforced on the People : Or, Reasons assigned by William Prynne of Swinthwicke in the County of Sommerset, Esquire, why he cannot either in Conscience, Law, nor Prudence, submit to the New illegall Tax or Contribution of Ninety Thousand pounds the Month lately imposed on the Kingdom by a pretended Act of some Commission (or rather out of) Parliament. [Many quotations.] London, Printed for Robert Hodges, and are to be sold by him, 1649. 4°, B-H in fours and the titlepage. Abrege Des Derniers Mouvements D’Angleterre, Avec un Raisonnement Succinct Des Droits Tant du Roy, Que du Parlement. A Anvers, Chez Jacqves Moens.
12o. *, 6 leaves : A-L 6 in twelves. A Compendious Narrative of the late Troubles in England. Or Elenchus Englished. First, written in Latin by an Anonymus, for the information of Forreners. And, now, don into English, for the behoof and benefit of our Country
Printed in the Yeare, 1652. 12o. A, 6 leaves, first blank: B_N 6 in twelves, N 6 blank. The Antiquity of Englands Superiority over Scotland. And the Equity of Incorporating Scotland, or other Conquered Nations, into the Commonwealth of England. With Parallels to our former Transactions with Wales, and Ireland. And Illustrations out of the Scottish, English, Jewish, Grecian,
Assyrian, and Roman Histories. By a Well-wisher to this Commonwealth. London, Printed by R. Ibbitson, 1652. [June 28.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M. Metamorphosis Anglorvm, Sive Mutationes variæ Regum, Reyni, Rerumqve Angliæ. Opvs Historicvm et Politicvm.
Anno 1653. 12°, A—aa 6 in twelves, besides title and dedication. The Interest of England stated : Or A faithful and just Account of the Aims of all Parties now pretending. Distinctly treating of the Designements of the Roman Catholick, The Royalist, the Presbyterian, ... With their efforts in respect of themselves, of one another, and of the Publick. Clearly evidencing the un
avoydable ruine upon all from longer contest : and Offering an Expedient for the Composure of the respective Differences ;
Printed in the Year, 1659. 4°, A-B in fours. Englands Confvsion : Or A True and Impartial Relation of the late Traverses of State in England; with the Counsels leading thereunto. Together with a De. scription of the present Power ruling there by the name of a Parliament, under the Mask of The Good Old Cause. Written by One of the Few English men that are left in England. . . . London, Printed in the Year of our Lord, 1659. 4°, A-C in fours. Englands Joy Or a Relation of the Most Remarkable passages, from his Majesty's Arrival at Dover, to His entrance at Whitehall. London, Printed by Thomas Creak, 1660. 4°, 4 leaves. England's black Tribunall. Set forth in the Triall of K. Charles, I. ... The fourth Edition corrected and enlarged. London Printed for J. Playford. 1660. 8o. A, 4 leaves, including a portrait by Gaywood of the King: B-C in eights: a-c in eights, c 8 with title to Part 2: E (no D]
-O 4 in eights. Awake 0 England, Or the Peoples Invitation to King Charles. Being a Recital of the Ruines overrunning the people and their Trades; With an opportune advice to return to Obedience of their Kings, under whom they have ever flourished. London, Printed for Charles Prince ... 1660. 4°, 4 leaves. Anglorum Singultus : Or, The Sobbs of England, Poured out. To be presented to his Excellency Generall George Monck. London, Printed for D. L. 1660 [7 Feb. 1659-60.] 4°, 6 leaves. Englands Wants : Or Several Proposals probably beneficial for England, Humbly offered to the Consideration of all Good Patriots in Both Houses of Parliament. By a true lover of his Country. London, Printed for Jo. Martyn, 1667. 4°, A-F 2 in fours. Revolvtions D’Angleterre Depvis La Mort du Protectevr_ Olivier, Jvsqves Av Retablissement Dv Roy. A Paris, M.DC.LXX. 8o. Title, 1 leaf : 1,6 leaves: A-X in eights. The Present Interest of England Stated. By a Lover of his King and Countrey. London, Printed for D. B. 1671. 40, A-E in fours, and a leaf after E 4 not marked.
Englands Appeal from the Private Cabal Englands Vanity: Or The Voice of God at White-Hall to The Great Council of the against the Monstrous Sin of Pride in Nation, The Lords and Commons in Par- Dress and Apparel : Wherein Naked liament Assembled. By a true Lover of Breasts and Shoulders, Antick and Fanhis Countrey. Anno 1673. 4°, A-G in tastick Garbs, Patches, and Painting, long fours.
Perriwigs, Towers, Bulls, Shades, CurOn the back of the title is a fable from lings, and Crispings, with an Hundred Phædrus (1, fable v.) with an English trans- more Fooleries of both Sexes, are conlation.
demned as notoriously Unlawful. With Observations on the Letter written to Sir pertinent Addresses to the Court, NobiThomas Osborn; Upon the Reading of a lity, Gentry, City, and Country. Directed Book called the Present Interest of Eng- especially to the Professors in London. land Stated. Written in a Letter to a By a Compassionate Conformist. . Friend. London, Printed for J. B. Anno London, Printed for John Dunton, Domini, 1673. 4°, A-C in fours.
1683. 8°, B—K 7 in eights, and the title. England's Great Happiness : Or, A Dia
With a folded plate. logue between Content and Complaint.
A True Relation of the Manner of the Wherein is demonstrated that a great Deposing of King Edward II. Together part of our Complaints is causeless. And with the Articles which were Exhibited we have more Wealth now, than ever we
against him in Parliament. As also, An had at any time before the Restauration exact Account of the Proceedings and of his sacred Majestie. By a real and Articles against King Richard II : And hearty Lover of his King and Countrey.
the Manner of His Deposition and Resig: ... London, Printed by J. M. for Ed- nation According to the Parliament-Roll ward Croft, 1677. 40, A-D in it self, . . . London, Printed, ... 1689. fours, D 4 blank, A 1 with Imprimatur.
4°, A-E 3 in fours. La Princesse D'Angleterre, Ou La Duchesse
A New Mapp of the Kingdome of Eng. Reyne. Suiuant la Copie imprimee A
land, Representing the Princedome of Paris, Chez Claude Barbin, 1677.
Wales, and other Provinces, Cities, MarSm. 8vo, A-L 3 in twelves.
ket Towns, with the Roads from Town
to Town. And the Number of reputed England's Remarques : Giving an Exact
Miles betwene them are given by Inspec. Account of the Several Shires, Counties,
tion without Scale or Compass. Printed and Islands in England and Wales.
and given out at Amsteldam by Nicolas London, Printed for Langley Curtis, ...
Visscher ... and are to be sold at Lon1678. 12o. A, 6 leaves : B-0 in twelves.
don by John Overton . . . [Circa 1690.] England's Remarques : Giving an Exact A sheet. Dedicated to William III. Account of the Several Shires, . . . To The copy here described was printed on which is added a Travelling Map, de
silk. scribing the Principal Roads thorow out A Short History of the Succession of the England. London, Printed for Langley Kings and Queens of England From Curtis. ... 1682. 12o. A, 6 leaves :
William the Conqueror, to His present B-O in twelves.
Majesty King William, the III. to the The Certain Way to save England ; Not
Imperial Crowns of these Realms.
London, Printed by G. Croom, only now, but in Future Ages ; By a Prudent Choice of Members to serve in
(1694.] A large sheet, with woodcuts. the next Ensuing Parliament.
Bagford Papers. Seasonable Address to the Freeholders,
The True English Prophet; or, England's and other Electors. London, Printed for Happiness a Hundred Years Hence. To Richard Baldwin, ... MDCLXXXI. Folio,
a new play house tune. London: Printed 10 leaves.
for T. Alldridge in Southwark, 1697. A
ballad. Ouvry Cat., No. 76. Jus Anglorum ab Antiquo. Or, A Confutation of an Impotent Libel against the
Old England's Te Deum. London: Printed
for T. Davis in Fleetstreet. A broadside Government By King, Lords and Commons, Under Pretence of answering Mr. Petit, and the Author of Jani Anglorum ENGLISHMAN. Facies Nova. With a speech, accord- The Englishman, Or, A Letter from a ing to the Answerer's Principles, made Universal Friend, perswading all Sober for the Parliament at Oxford. London, Protestants to hearty and sincere Love of Printed for Edward Barry, ... 1681. 8o. one another ; And a Unanimous Claim