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the World, 1661. 89, A-K 6 in eights, on one side only. Without_signatures

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A. C. C. on Lent, occurs :

'H. W. Etatis suæ 76, W. M. 1636."

Animadversions upon Generall Monck's W. J. Certaine Reasons why the Booke of Com

Letter to the Gentry of Devon: Wherein

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ringtonian Principle is detected. By M. A. N. for Richard Lownds, .. 1641.

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W. R. The Taking of Winchester by the Parlia

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Armes and Arts, July 12. 1651. Being up of the Castle. Wherein they tooke

an Accompt of the Act at Oxon. to a two Regiments of the Cavalleres that

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late right Noble, and magnificent Lord, A strange speedy posting post with a Oliver Cromwell, The Lord Protector of packet of letters and their severall An- England, ... Together with a brief ReLicensed to William Sheares, 15

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The Indian Inhabitants, their Features The New Help to Discourse : By W.

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with advertisements. With a map and WADSWORTH, JAMES. The English Spanish Pilgrime. Or, A

plates at pp. 28, 122, 140. Dedicated to New Discouerie of Spanish Popery, and

Henry Earl of Romney. Iesviticall Stratagems. With the estate WAGER, LEWIS. of the English Pensioners and Fugitiues A new Enterlude, neuer before this tyme vnder the King of Spaines Dominions, imprinted, entreating of the Life and Reand else where at this present. Also laying pentaunce of Marie Magdalene: not only open the new Order of the Iesuitrices and godly, learned and fruitefull, but also preaching Nunnes. Composed by James well furnished with pleasaunt myrth and Wadsworth Gentleman, newly conuerted pastime, very delectable for those which into his true mothers bosome, the Church shall heare or reade the same. Made by of England, with the motiues why he left the learned clarke Lewis Wager. The the Sea of Rome ; a late Pensioner to his names of the Players. Imprinted at Maiesty of Spaine, and nominated his London, by Iohn Charlewood, dwelling Captaine in Flanders ; Sonne to Mr. in Barbican, at the signe of the halfe lames Wadsworth, Bachelor of Diuinity, Eagle and the Key. Anno. 1566. 4°, sometime of Emanuell Colledge in the A-I in fours, I 4 blank. Black letter. Vniuersity of Cambridge, who was per- Without prefixes. uerted in the yeere 1604, and late Tutor This is dated a year earlier than the to Donia Maria Infanta of Spaine. Pub

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greatest part of Europe : their seueral Being a second part of his former Booke,

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Sea Charts, by that famous Nauigator Escuriall, ... A briefe relation of cer

Lyke Wagenar of Enchusen. And now taine Dæmoniacall stratagems of the

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use of Englishmen by Anthony Ashley. Spanish Inquisition. ... London Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for Robert Herein also may be understood the exAllot, 1630. 4°, A-G 2 in fours, ploits lately atchieved by the right Hon. and the title. Dedicated to Henry, Earl

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WAKEFIELD, ROBERT. Roberti Wakfeldi sacrarum literarum professoris eximij Regisq; sacellani syntagma de hebreorum codicü incorruptione. Item eiusdem Oratio Oxonij habita, vnacum quibusdam alijs lectu ac annotatu. (London, W. de Worde.] 40, A-L 2 in fours. [ii.] Roberti Wakfeldi . . oratio de laudibus & vtilitate triū linguaro Arabicę Chaldaicæ & Hebraicę atq; idiomatibus hebraicis quæ in vtroq; testamēto iūeniūtur. Londini apud Winandum de Vorde. [1523-4.] 49, A-Q in fours, A 4 blank, and Q 4 occupied by the device. Lambeth. WAGSTAFFE, JOHN, M.A. Historical Reflections on the Bishop of Rome : Chiefly Discovering Those Events of Humane Affaires which most advanced the Papal Vsurpation. By John Wagstaffe, M.A.O.C. Oxford, Printed by Hen. Hall, for Ric. Davis. .. 1660. 4o. A, 2 leaves : B-F in fours. WAGSTAFFE, THOMAS. A Defence of the Vindication of K. Charles the Martyr; Justifying His Majesty's Title to Eikon Basilike, In Answer to A Late Pamphlet Intituled Amyntor. By the Author of the Vindication. London, Printed by W. Bowyer, MDCXCIX. 8°, A—M in fours. WAGSTAFFE, WILLIAM, M.D. A Comment upon the History of Tom Thumb.[Quot, from Horace.] The Second Edition, corrected. London, Printed for J. Morphew. 1711. 8°, A-C in fours. WAKE, ISAAC. Rex Platonicvs : Editio Quarta. Oxoniæ,

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Compare p. 511. A brief Relation of some of the grievances of such of the Inhabitants of the Isle of Anglesey as have a desire that God were rightly honoured, the King faithfully

served, the Laws of the land duely obey'd, and the common good of all men chiefly respected, justly conceaved against the Magistrates and chief governors of the same Island, as well secular as spirituall, that, by their mere sloth and negligence, in their severall charge and vocations, suffer all iniquity to encreace and superabound, and therefore the estate of the whole Island to runne upon wheels to ruin, and at last totall perdition, and horrible desolation. [1613.)

A MS. printed by Halliwell, 80, 1860. A Trve Relation of a Company of Brownists, Separatists, and Non-Conformists, In Monmouthshire in Wales. With the manner of their Doctrine, Christnings, Weddings, and Burialls.

With a relation of the knavery that some of their Teachers practised to enrich theniselves withall. . .. Printed in the yeare 1611. 4°, 4 leaves. B. M. His Majesties Speech to the Inhabitants of Denbigh and Flint-shire. 27. Septemb. 1642. London, Printed for R. L. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. The Welch-Mans Warning-Piece. As it was delivered in a Sermon in Shropshire at the Assembly when the Resolution was agreed upon. And now published for the cood of all her Country-men in these parts. By Shon ap Morgan. In the AntiPrelatian Yeer. 1642. Wherin her gives Cot thanks that her was no Beshit. Lon. don: Printed for Robert Wood and Henry Marsh. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. The Welsh - Mans new Almanack and Prognostication for this present yeare, 1643. Likewise, Giving notice to all good peoples to beware of the danger that will befall them, if they take not heed in good time: Wherein if there be found any one lye, her will be content to lose ali her credite, and also her other Legge and Arme, as her did at Kenton Battailes. Withall, Her doe forbid to have any red letters to be printed in her Almanacke, because her doe not love the red colour never since her lost so much of her bloud at that time, as her did at Edge-hil. Lon. don printed 1643 [Jan. 22, 1642-3.] 40, 4 leaves. Black letter. B. M. The Welch Doctor: Or, The Welch-man turned Physitian, being a New Way to Cure all Diseases in these times. . . . By Shinkin ap Morgan, Professor of her Medicall Arts and Sciences. Printed for the good of her Country-men, this present yeare. 1643 [Feb. 16, 1642.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.

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The true Copy of a Welch Sermon We the Inhabitants of the Isle of Angli. Preached before Prince Mavrice in Wales sey, whose names are hereunto subscribed, upon his departure thence; by Shon ap after mature consideration had, ... doe Owen, Priest. Wherein is desired that Remonstrate and Declare to our FellowPrince Maurice would not plunder her Subjects . . . [July 14, 1648.] A sheet. Townes and Villages, for they were all

A Royalist manifesto. poo men and not able to buy her a new Te Humple Remonstrances of Rice ap Cushion to make her Preech on. For Meredith, ap Morgan, Shentilman of which Sermon Shon ap Owen was com- Wales; To te Parliaments of Enghelandts, mitted to prison, put by her Benefice, and and her cood Lord Shenerals. Wherin exiled the Country : Whereunto is added is set forth, awl her troubles and crieIohn ap Owens complaint for her sad vances, . . . Awlso, Her makes a tiscolosse. Printed for I. Vnderwood. 1643 very of awl te chief (wat you call 'ems) [April 29.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.

incentiaries and tisturbers of te peace ... Wonders Foretold, By her crete Prophet

Togeter, with a fery brave new Ballacks of Wales, which shall certainly happen or Songs, made py her nown cousins, this present yeare 1643, by strange fires, Shon ap Shefferies, ... London, Printed and crete waters, by spirits and Tivills,

by Robert Wood, . 1650. 4°, 4 leaves. appearing in many places of this King

B. M. dome, especially in and about te City of Reprinted by Halliwell, 120, 1861. London and Westminster. And the effects Mercurius Cambro-Britannicus, Or, News tat will ensue tereof. London Printed from Wales, Touching the Glorious and with her free consent and leave,

Miraculous Propagation of the Gospel in Anno Dom. 1643. 4°, 4 leaves. Wood- those parts. Being a clear Discovery & cut on title, B. M.

Manifestation of the late invented Trade The Welch Embassadour, or the happy

of Tith-Gathering there . London, Newes his Worship hath brought to

Printed in the Year, 1652. 4°. *, 4 leaves: London. Together with her thirteene

A-C in fours. B. M. Articles of acreements, which her pro- The Publick Dispute betwixt John

ounds to all her Coosens in her Coun- Tombs, B.D. Respondent, John Cragge, ciles and her Cities to consider of. Printed and Henry Vaughan, M.A. Opponents. for T. Vnderwood. 1643. [April 13.] 4°, 4 Touching Infant-Baptism, The fifth of leaves. With a curious cut on title. B. M. September, 1653. in the Church of St. The Welch - mans Propositions to the

Maries in Abergavenie in Monmouthshire. Arch-Bishop of Yorke, Commander in

London, Printed for H. Twyford, chiefe before Conoway Castle in Wales.

N. Brook, I. Place, . . . 1654. 89, A-H With their new Lawes, and Orders of

in eights, besides the title and following Warre propounded by them, and a motion

leaf. for Peace. Printed in the Yeare, of her Novus Reformator Vapulans : Or, The Cosen Taffies Carier, 1646. [Aug. 3.) 4°,

Welch Levite tossed in a Blanket. In a 4 leaves. With a cut on title. B. M. Dialogue between Hickseringill) of Col. Crete Wonders foretold By Her crete

chester, David J[0]nes and the Ghost of Prophet of Wales, which shall certainly

Wil. Pryn. London: Printed for the Ashappen this present year 1647. by strange

signs of Will. Pryn, next Door to the fires, and crete waters, by spirits and

Devil. MDCXCI. 4°, A-E 2 in fours. Tivills appearing in many places of tis The Welsh-Mans Glory; or, the Famous Kingdome, ... Also her Kings coming Victories of the Ancient Britons obtain'd home to her Crete Counsell. Printed upon St. David's Day. London: Printed with her free consent and leave, to be by Thomas Dawks, His Majesties British published and sold to her teere Pretren Printer, at the West-End of Thamesof England, with all her plood and heart. Street. A ballad. Ouvry Cat, No. 78. 1647 (1646.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M. An Ancient Survey of Pen Maen Mawr, The Welsh Physitian, Her New way to

North Wales; From the Original Manucure all kind of Diseases in her Churches script of the time of Charles I. Attriand Common-Wealths. . By Shinkin buted to Sir John Gwynne or Wynn, of ap Morgan, professor of her Medicall Arts Gwedyr. and Sciences. Printed for the good of

A MS. printed by Halliwell, 89, 1860. her Countrey-men, this present year, 1647. WALKER, ANTHONY, D.D. 4°, 4 leaves. With a cut of the physician Fax Fonte Accensa, Fire out of Water : on title. B. M.

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A, 2 leaves (but repeated): a, 2 leaves: b, Anthony Walker, D.D. London, 2 leaves, with the reverse of b 2 occupied Printed for Nathaniel Ranew

by an equestrian portrait of Charles I: MDCLXXXIV. 8°, A-H in twelves. B—3 0 2 in fours. With a plate of the WALKER, CLEMENT.

King, attended by the author writing on

a drum-head. Dedicated to the Queen. The History of Independency, with the

The engraving attached to this volume Rise, Growth, and Practices of that power- appears to be an indifferent copy of an ori. full and restlesse Faction. Printed

ginal picture formerly in the possession of in the yeare, 1648. 4°, A_K in fours. the Clopton family. Relations and Observations, Historical WALKER, GEORGE. and Political, upon the Parliament begun

A True Account of the Present State of Anno Dom. 1640. Divided into II. Ireland, Giving A full Relation of the Books: 1. The Mystery of the two Junto's New Establishment made by the late .. 2. The History of Independency, &c.

King James, as it was presented to the Together with an Appendix, touching

Right Honble the Earl of Shrewsbury, the Proceedings of the Independent Fac

His Majesties Principal Secretary of State, tion in Scotland. ... Printed in the Year and others of His Majesties most Honour1648. 4°, A-Bb in fours : the Second able Privy Council. With an account of Part, with a fresh title, A-Ll in fours,

what Sums of Money, Arms, and Number LI 4 blank, besides *, 3 leaves, and a

of Officers arrived there from France : large folded engraving of Cromwell di- Together with the State of Derry and recting the demolition of the Royal Oak. Enniskilling, and several other Affairs

The dedications to the King and Fairfax relating to that Kingdom, particularly of are signed Theodor. Verax.

the Proceedings of their Parliament there. The High Court of Justice, or Cromwels By a Person that with great difficulty New Slaughter-House in England, With left Dublin, June the gth 1689. Licensed the Authority that Constituted, and Or- and Entred according to Order. Printed dained it. Arraigned, Convicted, and by Edw. Jones, for Robert Clavel . Condemned, for Usurpation, Treason, MDCLXXXIX. 4°, A-E 2 in fours, inTyranny, Theft and Murder. Being thé cluding a half-title. Third Part of the History of Indepen- An Apology for the Failures Charg'd on dency, written by the same Authour. the Reverend Mr. George Walker's PrinPrinted Anno Domini 1651. In the ted Account of the late Siege of Derry, second Year of the States Liberty, and In a Letter to the Undertaker of a more the Peoples Slavery. 40, A-I in fours. Accurate Narrative of that Siege. PrinWALKER, SIR EDWARD, Knight,

ted in the Year 1689. 4°, B-E 2 in fours,

and the title. Garter, Principal King of Arms, Secretary of War to Charles I., and Clerk of WALKER, HENRY, the Ironmonger. the Council to Charles II.

A Remarkable Revelation of the WanHistorical Discourses upon Several Occa

drings of the Church of England in Idolsions: I. The happy Progress and Success atry, Superstition, and Ceremonies, of the Arms of K. Charles I. ... from

By H. Walker Cantab. Printed by Tho: the 30th of March, to the 234 of Novem- Harper. 1641. 4°, 4 leaves. B. M. ber, 1644. Written by His Majesty's A Gad of Steele, wrought and tempered especial Command, and corrected, almost for the Heart to defend it from being in every Page, with His own Hand. II. battred by Sathans temptation, ... By

Ву Memorials of His said Majesty's unfortu- Hen. Walker . . . London, Printed by nate Success in the Year following. III.

B. A. and T. F. 1641. 4°, 6 leaves. A Journal of several Actions performed

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