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Villare Anglicum . . . Published by the rium Pastorale, &c. There is also a short appointment of the Eminent Sir Henry Glossary. Spelman, Knight ... The second Edi. The Faerie Qveene. Disposed into twelue tion corrected and amended. . . . Lon- bookes, Fashioning XII. Morall vertues. don, Printed by T. H. for Robert Pawlett,
London Printed for William Ponsonbie. . 1678. 8°, A-Ff in eights, besides 1596. 4°, A-00 in eights. title and preface, 3 leaves.
The dedication to the Queen is on the
back of the title, as in the first 40. On Oo SPELMAN, JOHN.
8 recto occurs : "A Vision vpon the con. Ælfredi Magni Anglorum Regis Invic
ceipt of the Faery Queene,” and “Another tissimi Vita Tribus Libris Comprehensa,
of the same," the latter signed with
Raleigh's initials, but both by him ; and A Clarissimo Duo Johanne Spelman Hen
these are followed by six 6-line stanzas rici F. primum Anglice conscripta, dein subscribed Hobynoll, and addressed To the Latine reddita, & Annotationibus illus- learned Shephcard, which conclude the trata ab Ælfredi in Collegio Magnæ Aulæ
volume. Universitatis Oxoniensis Alumnis. Ox- (ii.) The Second Part of the Faerie onii ... 1678. Folio.
Qveene. Containing the Fourth, Fifth,
and Sixth Bookes. By Ed. Spenser. ImSPENCE.
printed at London for William Ponsonby. Lucky Spence's last Advice. A sheet in
1596. 4°, A-Kk 4 in eights. verse. [Circa 1700.]
Spencer Redivivus Containing the First SPENCER, BENJAMIN, M.A.
Book of the Fairy Queen, His Essential Vox Civitatis, Or, Londons Complaint Design preserv'd, but his obsolete Lan. against her Children in the Covntrie. . . guage and maner of Verse totally laid Taken from her own mouth, and written aside. Deliver'd in Heroic Numbers, by Benjamin Spencer, Master in Arts. By a Person of Quality. . . . London,
London, Printed by E. P. for Wil- Printed for Thomas Chapman, ... 1687. liam Hope, ... 1636. 4°, A-E in fours, 89, A-Q 4 in eights, Q 4 blank. A l and E 4 blank.
An Original Canto of Spencer: Design'd SPENCER, JOHN.
as Part of his Fairy Queen, but never Kania Kai Palaia. Things New and Old.
Printed. Now made Publick, by Nestor
Ficta voluptatis causa sint proxima Veris.
Hor. logues, Divine, Morall, Politicall, &c.
The Third Edition. London, Printed for With their severall Applications. Col- James Roberts . . M.DCC.XIV. (Price lected and Observed from the Writings 6d.) 4`, A-D in fours, D 4 blank. and Sayings of the Learned in all Ages
By S. Croxall. to this present. By John Spencer, A Another Original Canto of Spencer: Delover of Learning and Learned Men.
Quanto rectius hoc ... Hor.
London ; Printed for James Roberts ... London, Printed by W. Wilson and J.
M.DCC. XIV. 4°, A-D in fours.' Streater, for John Spencer, at Sion Col- This second hoax, it is likely, did not ledge. MDCLVIII. Folio. Title and dedi- prove so successful as the first. Spenser's cation, preceded by two blanks, 4 leaves : imitator seems to have been equally igno. Thomas Fuller to the Reader, 1 leaf :
rant of his style and his versification, or at
least incapable of following either. B—Qqqq in fours : (a)-(c) in sixes.
SPICER, ALEXANDER. SPENSER, EDMUND.
An Elegie on the Mvch Lamented Death The Works of that Famous English Poet, of the Right Honorable Sir Arthur Mr. Edmond Spenser. . . . Whereunto is Chichester Knight, Lo. Baron of Belfast, added, An Account of his Life ; With Lo. high Treasurer of Ireland, one of the other new Additions, never before in Lords of his Maiesties most Honorable Print. London : Printed by Henry Priuie Counsell, and of the Counsell of Hills for Jonathan Edwin ... 1679. Warre. Honor sequitur fugientem. By Folio. Plate of monument and title- Alex. Spicer. Printed at London by M. page, 2 leaves : A-Zzz in fours : Aaa F. for Robert Bird, . . . 1625. 4°, A-D (repeated), 4 leaves : Bbbb-Hhhh 2 in in fours, first and last leaves blank. In fours: Aaaaa-Ccccc in fours.
This is much more complete than the The whole of the tract, except the leaf earlier folio editions, as it includes the of dedication to the Duke of Buckingham, tract on Ireland and Bathurst's Calenda. | is within mourning borders.
An Elegie on the Mvch Lamented Death STAFFORD, ROBERT.
Pacata Hibernia . . . 1633.
In a copy of this volume on sale by The sale of Salt. Or The seasoning of Sotheran & Co. in 1879, the imprint preSoules. Namely such, as for whom the sented this curious variation :
*London, chapmen here doe come, and whom the Printed by A. M. and part of the impres
sion made over to be vented for the benefit Author, which taketh the name of a
of the children of John Mynshew, deSalter, is willing, what in him lieth, to
ceased.” season with the Salt of the Word, written by Iohn Spicer, Minister of the STAFFORD, WILLIAM, Viscount. word of God at Leckhamstead in the
The Speech of the Lord High Steward, County of Buckingham. . . . London,
in Westminster Hall, at the time of his Printed by Nicholas Okes, and are to be pronouncing the Judgment of the House sold at the signe of the Crowne in Paules of Peers, against the Lord Viscount StafChurchyard, 1611. 8o, black and white ford, The seventh of December, 1680. letter. A, 4 leaves : B-Cc in eights.
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Animadversions on the Last Speech of
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The Tryal of William Viscount Stafford
for High Treason, In Conspiring the SPRAT, THOMAS. The Plague of Athens, which hapned in
Death of the King, The Extirpation of
the Protestant Religion, the Second Year of the Peloponesian
Impeachment by the Knights, Citizens, Warr. First described in Greek by
and Burgesses in Parliament ... In thé Thucydides ; Then in Latin by Lucretius.
Name of Themselves and of all the ComNow attempted in English, By Tho.
mons of England: Begun in WestminsterSprat. London, Printed by E. C. for
Hall the 30th day of November 1680, and Henry Brome . . . 1667. 40, A-E in
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cution on the 29th of the same Month. The Second Part of the Relation of the
London: Printed by the Assigns of John late Wicked Contrivance against the Bill . . . 1684. Folio, A-3 K in twos, Lives of several Persons, by forging an first and last leaves blank. Association under their Hands: Being farther Account of the said Forgery, and
Strange and Wonderful News, from the of the Two Authors of it, Stephen Black
Lords in the Tower, Or a Dialogue behead, and Robert Young, . Written
tween them and my Lord Staffords Ghost.
London, Printed for T. B. 1681. A folio
In the by the Bishop of Rochester,
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STANYHURST, RICHARD. by Humphery Blunden ... 1647. 4°,
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Ad carissimum suum fratrem, clarissiSTANDFAST, RICHARD.
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libris Hibernicarum rerum Appendix, ex Stephens and C. Meredith, 26 Oct. 1638.
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STAPLETON, THOMAS. continuance have received perfect re
A Fortresse of the Faith First planted covery, By vertue of Minerall waters amonge vs englishmen, and continued
hitherto in the vniuersall Church of neare Knaresborow, in the West-riding
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representing a king on his throne with
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William Middleton, 1544 ?) Folio. Title A Spirituall Song of Comfort, or Incour
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A Colleccion of al the statutes (from the STARKEY, GEORGE.
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