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taph, and Contents, 3 leaves : B-T in Mercurius Bellicus. The fourth Intellifours.
gence from Reading. Dated from His A posthumous publication. Some of the Excellency His Quarters in Reading, pieces are of biographical interest.
April the last, at five a clock at night. RAWLINS, PAUL.
Wherein is the certain Relation of the A booke called, a man or a monster dis- taking of Hereford by Sir William Waller, coueringe the most inhumane Conspi- London, Printed for Samuel Gellibrand, racye of one Paule Rawlins a Butcher in
May 1. 1643. 4°, 4 leaves. B. M. his apprentice reuealed by a miraculous READING, JOHN, D.D., Prebend of Canaccident. Licensed to George Eld, 10
terbury. September, 1613.
A Sermon Lately delivered in the Cathe
dral Church of Canterbury, Concerning RAY, JOHN, F.R.S.
Church-Musick. London : Printed by A Collection of English Words Not Gene- Tho. Newcomb. 1663. 4°, A-C in fours, rally used, with their Significations and C 4 blank. Originals, in two Alphabetical Catalogues.
READING, SIMON. The one of such as are proper to the Northern, the other to the Southern Counties.
A true reporte of the wicked practises With Catalogues of English Birds and
and devillishe proceedinges of Synon Fishes : And an Account of the preparing
Readinge in his abusinge and cozeninge and refining such Metals and Minerals as
of Diuerse people in the citye of London
with the true Discours of his coniuring are gotten in England. London, Printed by H. Bruges, for Tho. Burrel 1674.
in Sainct Georges feildes. Licensed to 89, A-L 4 in eights, first and last leaves
Martin Clerk, 11th March, 1606-7. blank.
REBEL. Dedicated to the author's friend Peter A Solemne songe of the Rebelles State, Courthope of Danny in Sussex Esquire. To whome the Popes blessinge Camme Nomenclator Classicus, Sive Dictionario- somewhat to late. lum Trilinguis. ... A Classical Nomen- Licensed to H. Carre, 20 Dec. 1580. clator, with the Gender and Declension The Rebels Doom : Or, an Historical of each Word, and the Quantities of the Account of the Most Remarkable RebelSyllables. By John Ray, M.A. . . . The lions from Edward the Confessor's Reign Eighth Edition. For the Use of to His Present Majesties Happy RestauSchools. London, Printed by T. Wood, ration. With the Fatal Consequences
M.DCC.XXXVI. 8°, A-L in fours. that have always attended such Disloyal RAYMOND, JOHN, Gentleman.
Violations of Allegiance.
. . London, An Itinerary Contayning A Voyage Made
Printed by T. B. for Robert Clavel . . through Italy, In the yeare 1646, and
1684. 4o. A, 2 leaves : B-02 in fours. 1647. Illustrated with divers figures of RECORDE, ROBERT. Antiquities. Never before Published. The groūd of artes teachyng the worke London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley, and practise of Arithmeticke, much neces
1648. 8o. A, 16 leaves : a, 6 leaves : sary for all states of men. After a more B-N in twelves, N 12 blank. With a easyer & exacter sorte, then any lyke frontispiece and engravings on the text. hath hytherto ben set forth : with dyuers Dedicated to Prince Charles.
newe additions, as by the table doth partly READING.
appeare. Robert Recorde. [Col.] ImThe Last joyfull Intelligence from His prynted at London in Powls church rarde Excellency His Quarters in Reading : at the sygne of the Brasen serpent by R. Wherein is contained, the Propositions of Wolfe. In the yeare of our Lord Christ agreement, vpon which the town was de- M.D.xliii. in October. 8°, black letter. livered, London, Printed for Thomas Title, 1 leaf : Table, 1 leaf : dedication by Watson. 1643. [April 29.] 4°, 4 leaves.
the author to Richard Whalley Esquire, B. M.
5 leaves : Figures of number, 1 leaf: the Victory Proclaymed, In an Exact Rela
work, A-T in eights, T 8 blank. Grenv. tion of the Valiant proceedings of the
Coll. Parliament Forces in their Seige before
On the back of the title occurs, The bokys verdicte, 4 lines of verse.
In this copy, on Reading, From Aprill 15. to 27. .
the spare leaf at the end, we have in an London : Printed for Benjamin Allen, in Italian Elizabethan hand, “Sum Barnardi Popes-head-Alley. Aprili 29. 1643. 4°, hampton eiusq. amicor.” 4 leaves. B. M.
The Grovnd of Arts. . . . London, Printed
by Iohn Harison . . . 1605. 8°, black REFLECTIONS. letter, A-Mm in eights.
Occasional Reflections upon Several SubThe Castle of Knowledge. [Col.]_Im
jects. Whereto is premis'd A Discourse
about such kind of Thoughts. [Quot. printed at London by Reginald Wolfe,
from Seneca Nat. Quæst.] London, PrinAnno Domini, 1556. Folio. A, 8 leaves :
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2 leaves: B-Q in eights. RECOVERY.
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Desirers of Reformation: Wherein is RECREATION.
plainely laid open the present corrupt A plesaunt recreacon for an indifferent Government of the Church, and the mynde. Licensed to John Allde, 18
desired forme of Government plainely May, 1582.
proved by the word of God. . . . Printed RECUSANT.
in the yeare, 1641. 4°, A-H 2 in fours. To the Honovrable the Knights, Citizens REGIMEN SALERNI. and Bvrgesses of the Commons Hovse. Regimen Sanitatis Salerni.... translated
The humble Petition of the into Englishe by Thomas Paynell Lay-Catholiques Recusants of England. 1575. Imprynted at London by Printed, 1641. A sheet.
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fours, first leaf blank. Plain English To the Parliament and REGIUS, URBANUS. Army and to the rest of the People. To A lytle treatise after the maner of an convince the Obstinate. Undeceive the Epystle Wryten by the famous clerk simple. Vindicate the innocent. Settle Doctor urbanus Regius vnto a specyall the wavering. London, Printed by frende of his, wherin he declareth the Henry Hils, M.DC.XLIX. 4°, 4 leaves. cause of the great cotrouersy that hath
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relygyon and also the dyuersyte betwene Institvtiones et Rvdimenta accuratè, &
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4 leaves each: A–Pp in fours, Pp REID, JOHN. 4 blank, besides two folded leaves be- The Scots Gard'ner In two parts. The tween A 2-3 and I 3—4.
First of Contriving and Planting Gardens,
Orchards, Avenues, Groves The A Relation or Remonstrance of what was
A Full and True Relation As well of the
Blowing-Up of the Ann Frigat As also of ners, at the foot of Heriots Bridge, 1683.
the Examination, Tryal, and Condemna4°, A-R in fours: the Calendar, A-B 3
tion of John Adams the Gunner Therein fours. With four leaves of plans.
unto Belonging: As the Occasioning that RELATION.
Accident by His Default. For which he A True relation of the faction begun at was on the 24th of this instant December, Wisbich, by Fa. Edmunds, alias Weston, Sentenced by a Councel of War to be a Iesuite, 1595, and continued since by Hang'u. With Allowance. Printed by Fa. Walley, alias Garnet, the Prouincial A. Purslow in the Year, 1673. 4°, 4 of the Iesuits in England, and by Fa.
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at Rensborough, Between His Majesty brethren and fellow Prisoners, that dis- the King of Denmark, and His Highness liked of nouelties, and thought it dis- the Duke of Holstein Gottorse. Comhonourable to the auncient Ecclesiasticall
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Folio, 4 leaves. touching the causes of the warre now in A Relation of the Adventures of a Chris. Cleueland. Together with sych occur- tian-Ship at Alexandria in Egypt. Derences of Note as have happened in livered in a Letter to a Person of Honour, Spaine, Italie, England, Germany, ... from Tunis in Barbary. [1680.] Folio, since March last to this present, 1614. 2 leaves. Translated according to the Originall of Mercurius Gallo-Belgicus. London, Im
A True and Exact Relation of the Great printed for William Welby, . . . 1614. Victory Obtained by General Schults 49. A, 2 leaves, with title and dedica- over Count Teckely in the Upper Huntion by Robert Booth the translator to garia, on the 20th of Septemb. 1684. William Booth, Esquire, son and heir of Together with an account of the Battle Sir George Booth.
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Religio Clerici. [Quotations from EpicJonson, in the Poetaster, 1601, speaks of “Gallo-Belgic phrases,” but whether, as
tetus and 1 Tim. 4. 16.] London: PrinGifford supposes, in reference to this peri
ted for Henry Brome, . . . 1681. 12o. odical, or not, I cannot quite say.
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The remedy ayenst the troubles of tempwith the Earl of Pembrokes Proceedings tacyons. [Col.] Imprynted at London in in the County of Wiltshire . . . Printed Flete strete at the sygne of ý soñe. By for R. Watkins August 27. 1642. 4°, 4 Wynkyn de Worde. The yere of our leaves.
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The Most Pleasant and Delightful HisA Discourse or history of Bees. Licensed tory of Reynard the Fox. The Second to Thomas Slater, 12 May, 1637.
Part. Containing much Matter of PleaREPLY.
sure and Content Written for the DeA Reply to Dictated thoughtes By a more
light of young men, Pleasure of the Aged,
and Profit of all. To which is added Proper Emblem. [December 7, 1646.] A small sheet with the emblem, beneath
many excellent Morals.
London, which are merely 12 engraved lines.
Printed by A. M. and R. R. for Edward
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With cuts. REPORT.
The Shifts of Reynardine the Son of A Report of certen travelers touchinge Reynard the Fox, Or A Pleasant History the age and captivytie of a grecian borne of his Life and Death, Full of Variety, in Candia, &c. Licensed to Henry Kyrk- &c. And may fitly be applied to the ham, 17 Oct. 1580.
Late Times. Now Published for the The true reporte of a greate Gali that
Reformation of Mens Manners. ... Lonwas broughte to Rochell on the Sixte of
don, Printed by T. J. for Edward BrewFebruarye last. Licensed to John Wolf,
and Thomas Passenger. . . 28 Feb. 1591-2.
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The Most Delightful History of Reynard
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trated and Adorned with Alegorical
Phrases, and Refined English, containing REVERSE.
much Wisdom and Policies of State... The Reverse : Or, The Tables Turn'd. The like never Published to the World A Poem Written in Answer, Paragraph before. London, Printed_for Thomas by Paragraph, to a late Scurrilous and Passinger ... and Charles Passinger . . Malicious Medly of Rhimes called the 1681. 4o, A-0 in fours, A i blank. Foreigners. London, Printed and Sold With cuts and an engraved title. by John Nutt... 1700. Folio, 6 leaves. The only introductory matter is a Preface In verse.
by John Shirley. REVETT, ELDRED.
The Crafty Courtier : Or The Fable of Poems, By Eldred Revett.
Reinard the Fox : Newly done into Englib. 2.
lish verse, from the Antient Latin IamAd August.—Quia nil rectum . . London, Printed by E. T. for the
bics of Hartm. Schopperus. . . . London: Author. Anno Dom. 1657. 89. A, 8
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cluding a half-title. A has only 4 leaves. our, his Noble Kinseman, Robert Henley REYNELL, CAREW. Esquire," under date of October 19, 1647. With verses by R. Lovelace, B. H., and
The Fortunate Change : Being a PaneWilliam Revett the writer's brother.
gyrick to His Sacred Maiesty, King At p. 6 occurs a copy of verses “To his Charls the Second, Immediate Honoured Friend, Col. R. L. upon his Coronation, being the 23. of Aprill 1661. second failing," and at p. 34 a second set
By Carew Reynell, Esq; London, Printed “To my honoured Friend, Coll. Richard Lovelace on his second Poems.” At p. 46
for Henry Herringman, . . . 1661. Folio, is the Elegy on Lovelace.
4 leaves. In verse. Br. Museum.
Reprinted in Hazlitt's Fugitive Tracts, REVOLTER.
1875, 2d Series. The Revolter. A Trage-Comedy Acted
REYNOLDS, JOHN. between the Hind and Panther, and Re
The Trivmphs of Gods Revenege, against ligio Laici. London, Printed in the Year
the crying, and execrable Sinne of Mur1687. 4o. A, 4 leaves : B, 2 leaves :
ther: Or His Miraculous discoueries and C-D in fours : E, 3 leaves.
seuere punishments thereof: In thirty REYNARD THE FOX.
seuerall* Tragicall Histories (digested in Raynolde the foxe. Licensed to William
sixe Bookes) acted in diuers Countries Powell, 30 November, 1560.
beyond the Seas, and never till now pubThe most Delectable History of Reynard lished, or imprinted in any Language. the Fox.... London: Printed by A. M. Written by Iohn Reynolds and R. R. for Edward Brewster ... 1681, London, Printed by Felix Kyngston for 4°, A_U in fours. With cuts.
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Florida, (englished the Florishing lande) 3, 1624. The fourthe booke of Gods revenge
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natures and maners of the people, with
the merueylous comodities and treasures 19 Dec. 1633.
of the country : As also the pleasaunt The fift booke or parte of Gods revenge Portes, Hauens, and wayes therevnto. . . . Licensed to W. Lee, 14 June, 1634. Neuer founde out before the last yere The sixt booke . . . Licensed to W. Lee, 1562. Written in Frenche by Captaine 20 Aug. 1634.
Ribauld the fyrst that whollye discouered
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And now newly set forthe in Sixth Edition, very Carefully Corrected.
Englishе the xxx of May, 1563. Prynted To which is Added, Gods Revenge against
at London by Rouland Hall, for Thomas the Abominable Sin of Adultery, Con
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besides the dedication of Hacket to Sir Printed before. Illustrated with New Martin Bowes. Lan th. Sculptures. London, Printed by J. Ben
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RICH, ROBERT, Earl of Warwick. RHÉ, ISLE OF
The Earl of Warwicks Letter From aboard L'Entiere Deffaite des Anglois Et Levr His Majesties Ship, called the James, in Hontevse Fvite de l'Isle de Re, par the Downs, to an Honorable Lord in Parl'Armee du Roy, commandee par Mon- liament; Dated July 4. 1642. Concernsieur le Mareschal de Schomberg ing His calling a Councell of War, and ou il a estè tué quatre mille Anglois, & how His Rear-Admirall, and four other huict cens prisonniers, outre quatre grands
Captains refused to obey his Lordships Milors, auec le grand Colonnel Morgant,
Summons. With many other passages of Á Lyon, M.DC.XXVII. Avec great consequence. Also, Another Letter Permission. 8°.
from aboard the same Ship to Master The copy used ended imperfectly on A 4; Nichols a Member of the House of Com
probably there should be A in eights. mons; Dated July 5. 1642. With many RHODES, JOHN.
Remarkable Passages amongst the CapThe Spy Discovering the Danger of Ar- tains and Officers. London, Printed by minian Heresie and Spanish Trecherie : Luke Norton and Iohn Field, for Edward Written by I. R. Possibile est Satyras non
Husbands and Iohn Frank. July 7. 1642. scribere? ... Printed at Strasburgh 1628. 4°, 4 leaves. 4o. Title and Epistle “To all zealous
The Remonstrance and Declaration of Professors, and true-hearted Patriots in
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of the City of London, and the Marines RHYME.
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