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Folio, A–Ffff in sixes. Dedicated to A Short View of the Fravds, and abvses Colonel Horatio Vere. committed by Apothecaries : Ву Traheron appears to have been a soldier Christopher Merrett The Second in Holland, probably under Vere, and to Edition more correct. London, Printed

have left the service through ill-health. for James Allestry, : . : 1670. 4°, A

The Imperial Historie : Or The Lives of K in fours, A and K 4 blank.

the Emperovrs, from Ivlivs Cæsar,

Vnto this present Yeere : Containing MERVIN, SIR AUDLEY.

their Lines and Actions ... First writA Speech made before the Lords in the

ten in Spanish by Pedro Mexia : and Vpper Hovse of Parliament in Ireland, since continued by some others, to the by Captaine Avdley Mervin. March the death of Maximilian the Second ; Trans4th 1640. At the Impeachment of Sir lated into English by W. T. : and now Richard Bolton Knight, L. Chancellour ; Corrected, amplified and continued to Iohn L. Bishop of Derry ; Sir Gerrard these times by Edward Grimeston SerLowther Knight, Lo. Chiefe Justice of his geant at Armes. London, Printed by H. Maiesties Court of Common Pleas, and L. for Mathew Lownes, ... 1623. Folio, Sir George Ratcliffe Knight, of High A-Cecc in sixes : Dddd in eights, beTreason. By the Knights, Citizens, and sides the engraved title. Dedicated to Burgesses of the Commons House of Par

Lionel, Earl of Middlesex.
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The Treasvrie of Avncient and Moderne Lord, 1641. 4°, A-D in fours, last leaf

Times. Containing the Learned Collecblank.

tions, Judicious Readings, and Memorable Captaine Audley Marvins Speech : De- Obseruations : Not onely Diuine, Morall livered in the Vpper Hovse to the Lords and Phylosophicall, But also Poeticall, in Parliament, 24. May, 1641. Concern- Martiall, Politicall . . . Translated out ing the Judicature of the High Court of of that Worthy Spanish Gentleman, Pedro Parliament. Dyblin, Printed Anno Dom. Mexia. And N. Francesco Sansouius ... 1641. 4°, 9 leaves. A-B in fours, and As also, of those Honourable Frenchmen, a leaf of C. Forster Coll.

Anthoine de Verdier, ... London, Printed Captaine Audley Mervin's Speech, De- by W. Jaggard, 1613. Folio. livered in the Upper House to the Lords Times Store-Hovse Containing the Learned in Parliament, May 24, 1641. Concern- Collections, Juditious Readings and meing the Judicature of the High Court of morable Obseruations of sundry worthy Parliament. London, Printed for R. Roy- Personages .. London, Printed by ston, Anno 1641. 4°, A--C 2 in fours. William Taggard. 1619. Folio. A-0000 A Speech made by Sir Audley Mervyn in sixes, but 8 leaves in last sheet, the his Majesties Prime Serjeant at Law .. last blank, besides an engraved title. Printed at Dublin, by William Bladen,

The translator's initials are A, M. by special Order, and re-printed at Lon | MICHEL, W. don 1661. 4°, A-B in fours.

1634. The Speech of Sir Audley Mervyn,

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The Free Customs, Benefits and PriviMEXIA, PEDRO.

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of Middlesex, Therein named, for putting The Changeling : As it was Acted (with the said County into a Posture of Defence, great Applause) at the Privat house in by the better regulating of the Trained Drury Lane, and Salisbury Court. WritBands, And Raising other Forces of Horse ten by Thomas Midleton, and William and Foot, for the preservation, defence, Rowley. Gent. Never Printed before, and safety of the said County. London: London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley, Printed for Edw. Husbands, October 29. 1653. 4°, B-I in fours, last leaf 1644. 4°, 4 leaves.

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forth the use and intentions of the Forces An Account of the General Nursery,


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Parliament, under the Command of the tices of Peace for the County of Middle

said Sir Thomas Middleton. Lonsex, With the Constitutions and Ends don, Printed for Io. Thomas, 1644. 4°, thereof. London: Printed by R. Roberts.

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A ballett of a mylner. Licensed to John MILITARY DISCIPLINE.

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ment is signed by Milton. Argvments, Proving that we ought not to

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The Way to True Honour and Happiness. De Caede et Interity Gallorvm Regis,

A Friendly Address to all Parents, MasHenrici Tertii, Valesiorum Vltimi, Epi

ters of Families, and Landlords, ... To

which is added, A Memorandum for grammata. Oxoniæ. Ex officina Iosephi

Mothers. London, Barnesii, ... 1589. 4°, 4 leaves. Lam

1697. 8°, A

F in fours. beth. MISSALE.

MOCKET, RICHARD, D.D. Missale ad vsū insignis ecclesie Sarū:.

Doctrinia, Et Politia Ecclesiae Angli[Col.] Impressü Rothomagi per Magistrā

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Edovardo Sexto, Regina Elizabetha die vero, xij. mēsis maij. 4o. bilitæ, et a Religiosissimo, & Potentissimo

Monarcha Iacobo, ... continuatæ. QviMissale ad vsum insignis ac preclare bvs Eivsdem Ecclesiæ Apologia præfigitur ecclesie Sar cosummatū in alma

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1688. This first edition is said to have cisci Byrekman ... Anno dñi Millessimo been suppressed. quingentessimo decimo nono Die võ. xxix.

MODERATOR. Octobris. Folio. * 8 leaves : a—x 7 in

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hath already happened, Our present Conspecial days, with a new title, A-H in

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of These. London, Printed Anno DoMissale ad usum insignis ecclesie Sarum : mini, 1642. 4°, A-D 3 in fours. in quo quidem et illi 7 quos dicta ecclesia This tract contains a phrase reproduced

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