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Bb in sixes. BIBLE
BIRD, WILLIAM. The bryfe somme of the byble. Licensed The Magazine of Honour ; Or, A Treatise to John Tysdale in 1560.
of the severall Degrees of the Nobility of The whole story of the Bible cutt in this Kingdome, with their Rights and brasse peeces with sentences of scripture
Priviledges. of Knights, Esquires, Gentleand certain verses graven vnderneath
men, and Yeomen, and matters incident them. Licensed to Richard Badger, 24 to them, according to the Lawes and CusJan. 1636–7.
tomes of England. Collected by Master BIBLIANDER, THEODORE.
Bird, But, Perused and enlarged by that
Learned and Iudicious Lawyer, Sir Iohn A Godly consultation vnto the brethren Doddridge Knight, one of his Majesties aud companyons of the Christen relygyon. Iudges of the Kings Bench. Printed for By what meanes the cruell power of the William Sheares 1642. 8°. Title Turkes / bothe may / and ought for to be and Table, 2 leaves : B-0 3 in eights. repelled of the Christen people / Theodore On the flyleaf of the copy here employed Bibliander beinge the Author :.. [Col.]
"Narcissus Luttrell His Book Thus endeth The consultacion of Theo
1676." dore Bibliander translated owte of Latine BIRMINGHAM. into Englysshe and printed at Basill by A Letter written from Walshall, By A Radulphe Bonifante the yere of Worthy Gentleman to his Friend in Oxowre Lorde. M.D.xljj. Men, of Auguste. ford, concerning Birmingham. [Oxford. 8°, A-U in eights.
Printed in the yeare M.DC.XLIII. [April BICKHAM, GEORGE.
14.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M. The Universal Penman ; Or, The Art of An Iron Rod for the Naylers and Tradeswriting made Useful to the Gentlemen neer Birmingham. (Quot. from and Scholars, as well as the Man of Busi- Malachi, 4.] In MS: April 22, 1655. ness, Exemplified in all the useful and A sheet. B. M. ornamental Branches of Modern Penman. | BISHOPS. ship. . . Written, with the friendly
Grace and Peace from God, &c. [This is Assistance of several of the most Eminent a headline, and on the third leaf occurs:] Masters, And Engraved, by Geo. Bick- An Exhortation to the Byshops to deale ham. The whole Embelish'd with beau
Brotherly with theyr Brethren. [On B i tiful Decorations for the Amusement of
there is a third headline :) An Exhortathe Curious. London:... 1743. Folio, tion to the Bishops and their Clergie to 212 leaves, besides the frontispiece. answer a little booke that came forthe the BIOCHIMO.
last Parliament, and to other Brethren The Royall Game of Chesse-Play, Some- to iudge of it answeared / and not to be times the Recreation of the late King, caryed away with any respect of man. with many of the Nobility. Illustrated No place, &c.  80, A-C 2 in with almost an hundred Gambetts. Being eights, and *, 2 leaves. Lambeth. the study of Biochimo the famous Italian : The preface is dated “From my chamber London, Printed for Henry Herringman,
in London / this 30. of September / in Anno.
1572." . . 1656. 8°. Portrait of Charles I. and title, 2 leaves : A-H in eights ;
A Dialogve. Wherin is Plainly laide I, 4 leaves : K, i leaf. Dedicated by
open, the tyrannicall dealing of L. Bi. Francis Beale to Montague Bertie, Earl
shopps against Gods children: with cerof Lindsey.
taine points of doctrine, wherein they With commendatory verses by R. Love- approoue themselves (according to D. lace.
Bridges his judgement) to be truely BIONDI, GIO. FRANCESCO.
the Bishops of the Diuell. (Quot. from L'Historia Delle Gverre Civili D'Inghil.
Malachi. 2. 7. 8. 9.] Sm. 8°, A-D in terra ... Scritta in tre volumi. Dal fours. Cavaliere Gio: Francesco Biondi ... In A Dialogve. Wherin is Plainly Layd Bologna, MDCXLVII. 4o. a, 4 leaves : aa, open the Tyrannical Dealing of Lord 6 leaves : aaa, 4 leaves; A-Ff 3 in Bishops against Gods Children. With fours : Table, a—b in fours, and c in Certaine Points of Doctrine, wherein they sixes : Tomo Secondo, a-d in fours, and approve themselves (according to Dr.
Bridges his judgement) to be truely the Folio. A, with title and following leaf : Bishops of the Divell. Published, by
a-C, 2 leaves each : B-Pp in fours : the worthy Gentleman Dr. Martin Mar. Index, 2 leaves. Prelat, Doctor in all the Faculties, Primat The copy here used has MS. notes of and Metropolitan. [Quot. from Malach. early date, said to be in Dryden's hand. 2, 7, 8, 9.] Reprinted in the time of
Commendatory Verses on the Author of Parliament, Anno Dom. 1640. 4°, A-D the Two Arthurs and the Satyr against 2 in fours.
Wit: By some of his particular Friends A republication of the original edition London : Printed in the Year MDCC. of 1589 in 80 to suit the circumstances of
Folio. A-H, 2 leaves each. the time. The tract contains a good deal of private history or scandal.
BLACKWELL, JOHN. The True Character of an Untrue Bishop. An Essay towards Carrying on the PreWith a Recipe at the end, how to recover sent War against France and other Puba Bishop if hee were lost. London, lick Occasions. As also, for Paying off Printed in the yeare 1641. 4°, A-B 2
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Moneys. . . . By John Blackwell, &c. Learning, Against those Lying, Rayling, London, Printed for the Author, 1695. and Scandalous Libels, so frequent, in
8°, A-D in fours. despight of Learning and Learned Men. BLAEU, JEAN. Dedicated to all the Lovers of Learning Le Grand Atlas, Ov Cosmographie Blaand Vertue for the Reformation of the
viane. [A Amsterdam, chez Jean abuses and corruptions of these Times.
Blaeu, MDCLXVII.] Folio. 12 volumes. Printed in the yeare, 1641. 4°, 4 leaves. With plates and maps. In verse.
“ The first Atlas of Scotland is contained Acts for the utter abolishing of Bishops
in this celebrated compilation, and owes its
existence to the exertions of Sir John Scot, out of the Churches of England and Scot
of Scotstarvet. Not only did he contribute land. . . . London, Printed for Thomas
a great amount of information to the text, Vatson, 1643. 4°, 4 leaves.
and pay for the engraving of the plates and
their revision by Scottish Geographers, An Apology for the Ancient Right and
Robert Gordon and his son, but to enrich Power of the Bishops to sit and vote in
the work, he tried a plan which met with Parliaments : As the first and principal more success 150 years later. The Synod of the three Estates of the Kingdome, ... of Scotland was prevailed upon to request With an Answer to the Reasons main- the Ministers to each supply a description tained by Dr. Burgess A Determi
of their several parishes. Mais cette
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prix ny de punition, pour accourager à y Reverend Dr. Davenant London, obeïr, elle à esté négligée par la plus Printed by W. Godbid for Richard grand' part d'eux.' Amongst those who Thrale, 1661. 4°, A-Q in fours. did reply was a Mr. Lauder.”—Quaritch's
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performeth with wonderfull dexteritie London, Printed by Tho. Braddyll, for
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of which Iewel, is so abondant and
ample, that it leadeth any man practising BLACKALL, OSPER.
thereon, the direct pathway (from the Mr. Blackall's Reasons for not Replying first stoope to the last) through the whole to a Book, Lately Published, Entituled, Artes of Astronomy,
The most part Amyntor. In a Letter to a Friend. The
newly founde out by the Author Second Edition. London, Printed for 1585. Imprinted at London by Walter Walter Kettilby ... 1699. 89, A-C
Venge, dwelling in Fleetelane ouer against in fours.
the Maiden head. Folio.
Dedicated to Sir William Cecil. With BLACKMORE, SIR RICHARD.
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severall Tooles, and Instruments in their many diagrams.
Forms and Figures promised. With BLAKE, W.
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leaves : other Epistles, 4 leaves : verses, A Baite for Momvs, So called Vpon occa- 2 leaves : the work, B-Pp in fours : sion of a Sermon at Bedford iniuriously Table, 6 leaves. With plates separate traduced by the factious. Now not from the letterpress at pp. 64 (with a altered but augmented. With a briefe presumed portrait of the author), 68, 130, Patrocinie of the lawfull vse of Philoso- and 200. phie in the more serious and sacred studie
BLOCHWICH, MARTIN. of diuinitie. _By Tobie Bland Chaplain to the right Honourable John Lord Saint
Anatomia Sambuci : Or the Anatony of John, Baron of Bletsoe. London
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Latine By Dr. Martin Blochwich,
Translated for the benefit of all, BLANGDONE, BARBARA.
London, Printed for H. Brome, and An Account of the Travels, Sufferings & Persecutions of Barbara Blangdone. Given
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tion of the Kingdoms of England, ScotBLAXTON, JOHN.
land, and Ireland, with the Isles and The English Vsvrer; Or Vsvry con
Territories thereto belonging. And for demned, By the most learned and famous
the better perfecting of the said work, Diuines of the Church of England, and
there is added an Alphabetical Table of Dedicated to all his Maiesties Subiects,
the Names, Titles, and Seats of the Nobifor the stay of farther increase of the
lity and Gentry that each County of same. Collected by Iohn Blaxton,
England and Wales is, or lately was, Preacher of Gods Word at Osmington,
enobled with. Illustrated with a Map of in Dorcet-shire. [Quot. from Calvin's
each County of England, besides several
General ones. The like never before Epist. de Vsura.] London. Printed by
Published. Iohn Norton, and are to bee sold by Iohn
London, Printed by Tho. Burton, in Wells. 1634. 4o. A, 4 leaves,
Roycroft for the Undertaker, Richard besides a leaf with an engraving, A hav
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of the shires, and of Scotland, Ireland,
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Dedicated to Charles II. Festorum Metropolis. .
By Allan Blayney Master in Arts, late of Queens
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vey'd : ... London: Printed for Abel Steven Chatfield ... 1654. 8°, A-H in
MDCXCVIII. Folio, A-H, 2 eights. Dedicated in this impression to
leaves each, and the 100 maps, as in the John Dutton of Shierbourn,co. Gloucester,
edit. of 1673. Esquire.
The Art of Heraldry, In Two Parts. The BLITH, WALTER.
First Concisely Comprehending all necesThe English Improver Improved or the sary Rules in the said Art, with many Svrvey of Hvsbandry Syrveyed. ... The useful Examples of Bearing, to facilitate
way of Blazoning any Coat of Armor. BLOUNT, SIR HENRY. The Second Part giving a full Account of A Voyage into the Levant The third Priviledges, Dignities, &c. of the Nobi- Edition. London, Printed by I. L. for lity and Gentry of England. Together, Andrew Crooke, : . : 1638. 4°, A-Q with the Atchievements of each Degree, in fours. &c. . The whole Illustrated with Fifty
BLOUNT, THOMAS. two proper Sculptures, for the better Ex
Glossographia : Or A Dictionary, Interplanation thereof. London, Printed for Hannah Sawbridge, .
preting all such Hard Words, whether MDCLXXXV. 8°.
Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Spanish, French, A, 4 leaves : A-R in eights. Dedicated
Teutonick, Belgick, British or Saxon, as to Sir Henry Goodrick, of Ribston Park,
are now used in our refined English Yorkshire, Řt and Baronet.
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as desire to understand what they read. The Present State of His Majesties Isles
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London : Printed by Tho. Newcomb, and
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1683. 12o. A, 4 leaves : B-K in
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Treatises are verie necessarie to be read The foure chiefest Offices belonging to
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knowledge as well in Cosmographie, Asing the Whole Art of Riding latelie set
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