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Page 180 - The Art Of Living in London, Or, A Caution how Gentlemen, Countrymen and Strangers, drawn by occasion of businesse, should dispose of themselves in the thriftiest way, not onely in the Citie, but in all other populous places. As Also, A direction to the poorer sort that come thither to seeke their Fortunes (1642).
Page 174 - A CENTURY OF THE NAMES AND SCANTLINGS OF SUCH INVENTIONS, as at present I can call to mind to have tried and perfected...
Page 171 - The Dutch Usurpation; Or, a brief View of the behaviour of the States-general of the United Provinces, towards the kings of...
Page 171 - A discourse relating a strange and monstrous serpent or dragon lately discovered and yet living. To the great annoyance and divers slaughters both of men and cattell; by his strong and violent poyson: in Sussex, two miles from Horsam, in a woode called St. Leonards Forrest, and thirtie miles from London, this present month of August, 1614.
Page 181 - A compendious or briefe examination of certayne ordinary complaints, of divers of our country men in these our dayes : which although they are in some part unjust and frivolous, yet are they all by way of dialogues throughly debated and discussed.
Page 325 - THE TEMPEST. TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. MEASURE FOR MEASURE. COMEDY OF ERRORS. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
Page 325 - All's Well that Ends Well. Twelfth Night. Winter's Tale. King John. Richard II. Henry IV. Henry V.
Page 171 - The copie of a pistel or letter sent to Gilbard Potter, in the tyme when he was in prison, for speakinge on our most true queues part, the lady Mary, before he had his eares cut of.