A catalogue of books printed in England since the dreadful fire of London in 1666 to the end of Michaelmas term, 1672 ...

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Printed by S. Simmons for R. Clavel, 1673 - English literature - 80 pages
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Page 33 - of ye county of Salop, born in AD 1483. He lived in the reignes often princes, viz. — King Edward IV., King Edward V., King Richard III., King Henry VII., King Henry VIII., King Edward VI., Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, King James, King Charles; aged 152 years, and was buryed here, 1635.
Page 49 - Together with a true Catalogue of Lord Chancellors, and Keepers of the Great Seal of England, from the Norman Conquest, untill this present Year 16?
Page 43 - Mr. Wingate's Arithmetick, Containing A Plain and Familiar Method, For attaining the Knowledge and Practice of Common Arithmetick.
Page 32 - The Dutch Usurpation: or, A BRIEF VIEW OF THE BEHAVIOUR OF THE STATES-GENERAL OF THE UNITED PROVINCES, towards the Kings of Great Britain.
Page 45 - The French gardiner; instructing how to cultivate all sorts of fruit-trees and herbs for the garden; together with directions to dry, and conserve them in their natural; an accomplished piece, written originally in French, and now transplanted into English; 3d ed.
Page 11 - This was answered in the first postscript to a treatise entitled " A brief (but true) account of the certain Year, Month, Day, and Minute of the birth of Jesus Christ," Lond. 1671, 8vo, by John Butler, BD chaplain to James duke of Ormonde, and rector of Litchborow, in the diocese of Peterborough. 2. " Discourse of the office of Lord Chancellor of England,
Page 36 - A true // Description // of the // Mighty Kingdoms // of // Japan // and // Siam. // — Written Originally in Dutch by // Francis Carón and Joost Schorlen [sic] '• // — And now rendred into English// By Capt.
Page 29 - I ; wherein the Ancient Sovereign Dominion of the Kings of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, over all persons in all causes is asserted and vindicated against all encroachments and innovations whatsoever.

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