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ties present Gouernment, tending to the noble experyence ... Whiche boke of late Vnion of his whole Iland of Brittonie was translated out of the moders tonge of Rumpatur quisquis rumpitur inuidia. Englysshe, moche necessary & profytabl At London, Printed by W. W. for S. for Surgyans ... Imprynted at London Waterson. 1604. 4, A-H in fours, in Southwarke. by Petrus Treueris. In H 4 blank. B. M.
the yere of our lorde god. M. D. XXV. and A MS. note in the Museum copy states the .xxvi. day of Marche. Folio, black that this was written either by Sir (John letter. A-S in fours : T, 6 leaves. Skynner, Knight, or by N. Douglas, the
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The vertuose boke Of Distyllacyon of the Roven,
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fygures of the styllatoryes/ Fyrst made Lvcta Iacobi. Or, A Bonefire for His
and compyled by the thyrte yeres study Maiesties Double Deliueries, from the and labour of the moste conynge and Deluge in Perth, the 5. of August, 1600.
famous mayster of phisyke / Master And the Domes-day of Britaine, the 5. of Jherom bruynswyke. And now newly Nouember, 1605.... Seene and allowed.
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(Colophon :) Imprinted at London in Relates to the imprisonment of the Prin- the flete strete by me Laurens Andrewe / cess's son.
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JOYNER, WILLIAM. JOHNSON, RICHARD.
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MANWARING, GEORGE. introductory epistle, dated May 14, 1657, A true discourse of Sir Anthony Sher. by Sir John Pettus to the Editor, Anthony ley's Travels into Persia, what accident Loveday, the deceased author's brother,
did happen in the waye, both goeinge followed by the said Editor's dedication to
thither and returning backe, with the his cousin, Mr. William Crow of London, and his nephew, Mr. Anthony Loveday of
businesse he was employed in, from the Cheston. There are several short copies of Sophie. Written by George Manwaring, verses on the portrait, &c.
Gentleman, who attended on Sir Anthony LUCIAN.
all the jorneye. Certaine Select Dialogves of Lvcian : To- A MS., of which a long and interesting gether with His Trve Historie, Translated
account, with copious extracts, occurs in from the Greeke into English By Mr.
Retrosp. Review, ii. 351-381. Francis Hickes. Whereunto is added the MAPLET, JOHN, M.D. life of Lucian gathered out of his owne
C1 Viri Joannis Maplet M.D. Episto. Writings, By T. H. Mr. of Arts of larum Medicarum Specimen De TherChrist Church in Oxford. Oxford, Printed
marum Bathoniensium Effectis. by William Turner, 1634. 4°, A-Cc in
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Joy and Happiness to Youth : Or, The LYTTLETON, SIR THOMAS.
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MARTYR, KATHERINE. M. T.
De Katherinæ nvper Vxoris doctissimi The Life of ... Nim ... 1657.
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Excvsvm Londini in officina Ioannis MACKAILE, MATTHEW, Chirurgo- Day Anno Do. 1561. 4°, A-D in Medicine.
fours, D 4 with the mark. The Diversitie of Salts and Spirits Man- A collection of Greek and Latin verses, tained. Or, The Imaginary Volatility of dedicated to Bishop Grindal by James some Salts and Non-entity of the Alkali, Alphil or Alfil. before Cremation, and Identity of all Al- MARY_II., Queen of Great Britain. kalies, all Volatil Salts, and all Vinous The Form of the Proceeding to the