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pire, so far as it concerneth Britain : Wherein the first Foundation of our Cities, Lawes, and Government, according to the Roman Policy, are clearly discovered, With a Chorographicall map of the severall Stations : And Index's to the whole Work. .. London, Printed by Tho. Roycroft, and are to be sold by Henry Playford . and T. Twyford . . . 1658. Folio. A, 4 leaves: a, 4 leaves : B-Nn in fours : 00-Pp, 2 leaves each. With a portrait of Burton by Hollar.

Dedicated to the Lord Chief Justice Glynn. The writer foresees his approaching end, and seems, under such circumstances, to regard with satisfaction the com

pletion of his work. Græcæ Linguæ Historia : Sive Oratio de Ejusdem Linguæ Origine, progressu, Habita olim Oxoniis in Aula Glevocestrensi, ante XX & VI Annos. A Guilielmo Burtono Londiniensi in LL.L.

Nunc demum Typis excusa Londini, Augustæ Trinobantum. Apud Thomam Roycroft, : MDCLVII. 8o. A, 4 leaves : B—H in eights.

Dedicated to Thomas Thynne, eldest son of Sir Frederic Henry Thynne, Bart. The publisher or editor appears to bave been Gerard Langbaine, who dates an epistle to the author from Queen's College, Oxford. Burton was at this time principal of King

ston-on-Thames School. BUSH, RICE. The Poor Mans Friend, Or, A Narrative of what progresse many worthy Citizens of London have made in that Godly Work of providing for the Poor. ... London, Printed by A. M. for Tho. Vnderhill 1649. 4°, A-D 2 in fours, BUTLER, CHARLES. Rhetoricæ Libri Dvo. Qvorum Prior de Tropis & Figuris, Posterior de Voce & Gestu Praecipit: In Vsvm Scholarvm postremò recogniti. Qvibvs Recens Accesservnt de Oratoria Libri duo. Authore Carolo Bytlero, Magd. Londini Excudebat Iohannes Haviland impensis Authoris. 1629. 4°, A-P in fours: the

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C. J. A Satyre against Seperatists. Or, The A Handkercher for Parentes wett eyes to Conviction of Chamber-Preachers, and mistris Elizabeth Hungerford by J. C. other Chismatickes contrary to the Dis- Licensed to M. Sparke, 18 Aug. 1630. cipline of this our Protestant Profession. C. Mr. London, Printed for A. C. 1642. 4°,

Bristol Drollery. Poems and Songs. By 4 leaves. In verse.

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Points in Controversie between the Rothe charitable Association for the Relief

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Murther of Charles the

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De antiquitate Cantabrigiensis Academiæ Labyrinthys Cantvariensis : Or Doctor

Libri duo. In quorum secundo de OxoniLawds Labyrinth. Beeing an Answer to ensis quoq; Gymnasii antiquitate asserithe Late Archbishop of Canterbvries tur, & Cantabrigiense longè eo antiquius Relation of a Conference between Him

essé definitur. Londinensi Authore. .. selfe and Mr. Fisher, &c. Wherein The

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Johannis Daij An. Dom. 1574. Cum

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Academiæ ab vrbe condita, Liber primus. I. The inconsistency of a Free-state Authore Joanne Caio Anglo. Londini.

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livm et Stirpivm Historia, Liber vnvs.

Iam that were to obstruct it.

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annexed, a true Copy of a Commission Passion aud Discretion, in Youth, and Age.

from the late King's Eldest Son, to M'.

William Davenant, to dispossess the Lord Here in a plaine, and most familiar kinde

Baltemore of the said Province, because You may behold a Combat in the minde; Mans differing motions are the jar in question,

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Papists late Rebellion against the GovernCalvers Royall Vision. With his most

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printed, 1655. 4°, A-G 3 in fours. B. M.

B. M. Englands Fortresse : Exemplified in the most Renowned and Victorious, his Ex- CALVERT, CHARLES, Lord Baltimore. cellency, the Lord Fairfax, Commander

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Minor, with Relation to his Government sented unto his Excellency by E[dward]

of Maryland. [About 1710.] A sheet. C[alver) a lover of Peace. Printed in the CALVIN, JOHN. Yeare 1648 (Feb. 20.) 4°, title, woodcut Sermons of Iohn Calvin vpon the Songe frontispiece, and A in fours. In verse. that Ezekias made ... I'ranslated out B. M.

of Frenche into Englishe, 1560. (By A. Zions thankfull Ecchoes from the Clifts L.]... Imprinted at London, ouer Alof Ireland. Or the little Church of Christ dersgate, by John Day . 89, A-G in in Ireland, warbling out her humble and eights, Ġ 8 blank : A Meditation of a gratefull addresses to her Elder Sister in Penitent Sinner: written in answer of a England : And in particular, To the Par- Paraphrase vpon the 51. Psalme of Dauid, liament, to his Excellency, and to his in verse, by the translator's friend, 8 Army, or that part assigned to her assist

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CAMDEN, WILLIAM, Clarencieux.

Britannia Sive Florentissimorvm Regno-
rum, Angliæ, Scotiæ, Hiberniæ, et Insu-
larvm adiacentium ex intima antiqui-
tate chorographica descriptio. Authore
Gvilielmo Camdeno. Londini. Per Ran-
dulphum Newbery. Cum gratia
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Dedicated to Sir W. Cecil, Lord Burleigh, from Westminster, 2 May, 1586. With

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