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A compilation from various sources by an anonymous pen. Published at ls. The English and Dutch Affairs Displayed to the Life : Both in matters of Warr, State, and Merchandize ; How far the English Engaged in their Defence, against the most potent Monarchy of Spain, and how ill the Dutch have since requited the English. By a true Lover and Asserter of his Countries Honour. London, Printed by Thomas Mabb, for Edward Thomas. . . . 1664. 4°, B-H in fours, and the title. A Deduction Wherein is proved by most clear Arguments, that the Right of Devolution hath no Place among Soveraign Princes of the Low Countries, as some have gone about to perswade : And that the Delay of Paying the French Queen's Dowry doth not annull the Renunciation which she made at her Marriage. London, Printed for Richard Royston, 1667. 89, A-B in eights. The Dutch Gazette: Or, The Sheet of Wild-Fire, that Fired the Dutch Fleet. [London, 1667 ?] A folio leaf of verses.
The imprint of this copy was cut off. A Placat of the High and Mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands ; Conteining a Sharp Prohibition to the Inhabitants of these Lands, and also concerning the Navigation and Commerce of the Neutrals to the Havens of France and England, and the Goods of Contrabande, and Assurances of Ships and Goods belonging to the Subjects of France and Great Brittany. In the Hague, Printed by Jacobus Scheltus, . . . Anno 1672. Folio, 4 leaves. In two columns, Eng. and Dutch. The Lyon Disturbed. † Amsterdam bij Steven Swart. [At the end occurs:] Faithfully Translated out of Dutch into English, according to the copy Printed at Amsterdam by Steven Swart, Bookseller. Novemb. 30. 1672. 4°, A-G in fours, besides 26 leaves of portraits and plates.
On the top of A 2 occurs : The Lyon Disturbed : Containing An Historicall Relation of the most remarkable Passages since the beginning of this War ...
as a head. line. A Narrative of the Siege and Surrender of Maestricht, To the Most Christian King. On the 30 of June. In the Savoy : Printed by Tho. Newcomb. 1673. Folio, 6 leaves. . B. M.
The Letter sent by the States General of the United Provinces of the Low Countreys to His Majesty, By their Trumpeter: Together with His Majesties Answer to the said Letter. Translated out of French into English. Published by His Majesties special command, London,... 1673. Folio, A-E, 2 leaves each, and a leaf of F.
and Terrible News from Holland of a most Lamentable Tempest that happened at Utrecht and Amsterdam. London, Printed for Thomas Wood, 1674. 4°, 4 leaves. A True Narrative of the Great and Bloody Fight between the French and Dutch, on August the 10th New-Style. Being a Full and True Relation of all the Passages between the two Armies.
London, Printed for D. M. in the Year 1674. 4°, 4 leaves. The Netherland-Historian, containing A true and exact Relation of what hath passed in the late Warrs between the King of Great Britain, and the French King with their Allyes, against the States-Generall of the United Provinces ; from the beginning thereof Anno 1671 to the conclusion of Peace. . . . Illustrated with above 60 Sculptures. .. Amsterdam, Printed by Stephen Swart, 1675. 8°. Leaf of Arms, Label leaf, title, &c., 5 leaves : A-Mm in eights, exclusively of the plates. An Intimation of the Deputies of the States General, in a late Discourse with Mr. Sidney Extraordinary Envoy from His Majesty of Great Britain. [1681.] Folio, 2 leaves. The Deputies of the Republick of Amsterdam to the States of Holland Convicted of High Treason, Written and Proved by the Minister of State. According to a true Copy printed at the Hagve 1684. London, Printed for Randal Tay. lor.
. . 1684. 4°, A-G in fours. A Letter Writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, Pensioner to the Great and Mighty Lords, the States of Holland and Westfriesland. Writ in French on the gth of April, N. Stile 1688. To the Marquiss of Albeville, Envoy Extraordinary of His Majesty of Great Brittain, to the High and Mighty the States General of the United Provinces. To which is prefixt an Account of the Letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel on the 4th of November in the vear 1687 to Mr. Stewart ... Transjated out of the French and Dutch into English. Folio, 2 leaves.
The Confession of Faithi, Of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands. With the Formes which they use in the Administration of the Sacraments. ... Translated out of Dutch into English. Amsterdam, Printed by the Widow of Steven Swart, 1689. 4°, A-F 3 in fours. The Siege and Surrender of Mons. A Tragi-Comedy, Exposing the Villany of the Priests, and the Intrigues of the French. London, Printed for Richard Baldwin. 1691. 4° Title and Dramatis Personce, 2 leaves : C, 4 leaves (no B): c, 2 leaves : D-E in fours. An Accurate Description of the United Netherlands, And of the most considerable Parts of Germany, Sweden, & Denmark, Containing A Succinct Account of what is most Remarkable in these Countries : And Necessary Instructions for Travellers. Together with an Exact Relation of the Entertainment of His Most Sacred Majesty King William at the Hague. Written by an English Gentleman. London : Printed for Timothy Childe ... 1691. 8°.
Title and preface, 2 leaves : B-N in eights, Ñ 8 blank. With a folding plate at p. 18 and 4 others at pp. 2, 6, 10, and 16 of the second portion.
The Relation is a reprint of the separate
tract printed in the same year. NEVILE, ALEXANDER. Norfolke Furies, and their Foyle. Vnder Kett, their accursed Captaine. With a Description of the Famous Citie of Norwich. . . . London, Printed for Edward Casson, dwelling in Norwich, and are to bee sold at his Shop in the Market Stead, at the signe of the Bible. 1623. 4°, A-H in fours. Dedicated to Sir Thomas Hiem, Mayor of Norwich. NEVILE, HENRY. Plato Redivivus : Or, A Dialogue Concerning Government.... The Second Edition, with Additions. London ... 1681. 8°, A--V 2 in eights. NEWBURY, NATHANAEL, M.A., Mini
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London, Printed by J. Moxon, for J. N. MDCLII. 4°, A-E 2 in fours. NEWCASTLE, WILLIAM CAVEN.
DISH, Duke of. A Proclamation by his Excellency William Earle of New Castle, Lord Generall of All His Majesties Forces in the North
Parts of England, For bringing in of
1677. 40. A, 2 leaves : B–0 2 in fours, 0 2 with the Epilogues. The Humorous Lovers. A Comedy, Acted by His Royal Highnes's Servants. Written by His Grace the Duke of Newcastle. London, Printed by J. M. for Henry Herringman, 1677. 4o. A, 2 leaves : B-I 2 in fours.
Pepys, who witnessed the performance of this piece, and saw the noble author and his wife also at the theatre, attributes it to the Duchess, an apparent error, which the
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DISH, Duchess of. Poems, And Fancies : Written by the Right Honovrable, The Lady Newcastle. London, Printed by T. R. for J. Martin, and J. Allestrye . 1653. Folio. A, 8 leaves : B-Kk in fours. Dedicated to “Sir Charles Cavendish, my Noble Brother-in-Law." B. M. Poems, and Phancies, The Seconil Impression, much Altered and Corrected. London, Printed by William Wilson, Anno Dom. M.DC.LXIV. Folio. A, 4 leaves : b-c in fours : B-Qq 2 in fours. With a portrait of the Duchess, fulllength, in a niche. B. M. (the Bliss and Stainforth copy.) The Worlds Olio. 'Written by the Most Excellent Lady the Lady M. of Newcastle. London Printed for J. Martyn and J. Allestrye ... 1655. Folio. A, 5 leaves, besides the title and a full-length portrait of the Duchess in a niche by Deipenbeke: B-Ee in fours : Fi, 5 leaves. B. M. The Worlds Olio. The Second Edition. London, Printed by A. Maxwell, in the Year 1671. Folio. A, 2 leaves : b-f, 2 leaves each : B, 2 leaves : C-3 I in fours. With the portrait surmounted by Cupids, the Duchess seated in a chair. B, M. The Philosophical and Physical Opinions, Written by her Excellency, the Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. London, Printed for J. Martin and J. Allestrye . . . 1635. NEWCASTLE.
Folio. Title, 1 leaf : A-B in fours : (a), 4 leaves : C-Aa 2 in fours. B. M. Philosophical and Physical Opinions. Written by the ... Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. London, Printed by William Wilson, Anno Dom. M.DC LXIII. Folio. Title, i leaf : a-e 2 in fours, no a 4: B-3 M in fours : (3 N), 1 leaf : 3 N in fours : (3 N 2), 1 leaf : 30—3 Q in twos : B. M.
The signatures in this copy are misplaced. Grounds of Natural Philosophy : Divided into Thirteen Parts : With an Appendix Containing Five Parts. The Second Edition, much altered from the First, which went under the Name of Philosophical and Physical Opinions. London, Printed by A. Maxwell, in the Year 1668. Folio, A-2 R in fours, and *, 2 leaves. B. M. Natures Picture Drawn by Fancies Pencil. ... The Second Edition. London, Printed by A. Maxwell, in the Year 1671. Folio. A, 2 leaves : b-c in twos : B-8 T, 2 leaves each : 8 V, 1 leaf. With the portrait of the authoress standing in a niche, supported by two full-length figures, with 12 lines of verse beneath. B. M. Orations of Divers Sorts, Accommodated to Divers Places. Written by the Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. London, Printed Anno Dom. 1662. Folio. Title, 1 leaf: A, 5 leaves : B-Rr in fours: Ss—Tt in twos. B. M. Playes Written by the Thrice Noble, Illustrious and Excellent Princess, the Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. London, Printed by A. Warren, for John Martyn, James Allestry, and Tho. Dicas, at the Bell in Saint Pauls Church Yard, 1662. Folio. Title, 1 leaf : Dedication, 1 leaf : Epistle Dedicatory, 1 leaf : To the Readers (various addresses), 6 leaves : coniplementary verses by the Marquis of Newcastle, i leaf: General Prologue, 2 leaves : then B-Hhhhhhhh, 2 leaves each, and Iiiii, 4 leaves. Plays, Never before Printed. Written by the Thrice Noble, Illustrious, and Excellent Princesse the Duchess of Newcastle. London, Printed by A. Maxwell, in the Year M. DC. LX. VIII. Folio. Portrait in a niche by Van Schuppen with verses beneath, 1 leaf : title, I leaf : To the Readers, Actors' names, &c., 2 leaves : B-Bb, 2 leaves each : B (repeated)—Z, 2 leaves each : Aa, i leaf : Bb-Rr 2 leaves each : B (repeated)—X, 2 leaves each: A-O, 2 leaves each : A-D, 2 leaves each : E, 3 leaves.
Philosophical Letters : Or, Modest Reflections upon some Opinions in Natural Philosophy, Maintained by several Famous and Learned Authors of this Age, Expressed by way of Letters : By the... Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. London, Printed in the Year, 1664. Folio. Title and verses by the Duke, 2 leaves : a-b, 2 leaves each : c, 1 leaf : 3—6 y, 2 leaves each, the last leaf occupied by
B. M. CCXI. Sociable Letters, Written by the
.. Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. London, Printed by William Wilson, Anno Dom. M.DC.LXIV,
Folio. Title and verses by the Duke, 2 leaves : b-d, 2 leaves each: A-3 K in fours : 3 L-M, 2 leaves each, 3 M 2 blank. B. M. Observations upon Experimental Philosophy. To which is added, The Description of a New Blazing World. . London, Printed by A. Maxwell, in the Year, 1666. Folio. Title and verses by the Duke, 2 leaves : b—f, 2 leaves each : 8, 4 leaves : h–9, 2 leaves each : Table and Catalogue of the Duchess's Works, 3 leaves : B-3 P, 2 leaves each : 3 Q, 1 leaf : 3 R, 2 leaves : Further Observations, A-B, 1 leaf each : C-55, 2 leaves each : Blazing World, B-Gg in twos, besides title and three other introductory leaves: Hh, 4 leaves : Second Part, A-I, 2 leaves each. B. N. The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing-World. Written by the Duchess of Newcastle. London, Printed by A. Maxwell, in the Year M.DC.LXVIII. Folio. Title, verses by the Duke to his wife, and preface by the latter to the ladies, 3 leaves : B-X in fours. In
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2 leaves : B-3 E, 2 leaves each, but 3 Tho. Parkhurst, . 1692. 4°, A-L 2 leaves in Gg.
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