A bibliographical and critical account of the rarest books in the english language, alphabetically arranged.

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Page 41 - Elizabeth by the Grace of God Queen of England France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c.
Page 99 - Printed for Nathaniel Butter, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the Pide Bull neere Sf.
Page 181 - The first Copie beeing •written in Spanish ; translated afterward into French ; and now last into English.
Page 286 - I durst venture all the money in my purse on thy head to play Hamlet with him for a wager.
Page 196 - The Phoenix Nest. Built up with the most rare and refined Workes of Noble men, woorthy Knights, gallant Gentlemen, Masters of Arts and brave Schollers.
Page 70 - I am persuaded that Satan hath not a more speedie way and fitter schoole to work and teach his desire, to bring men and women into his snare...
Page 179 - Whereof many of which are answered by way of Repartee, by Sir Benjamin Ruddier, Knight. With several Distinct Poems, written by them Occasionally, and Apart. — London, printed by Matthew Inman, and are to be sold by James Magnes, in Russel-street, near the Piazza, in Covent-Garden, 1660.
Page 7 - Plaine Percevall the Peacemaker of England. Sweetly indevoring with his blunt persuasions to botch vp a Reconciliation between Mar-ton and Mar-tother.
Page 11 - A new brain, a new wit, a new stile, a new soule will I get mee, to canonize your name to posteritie, if in this my first attempt I be not taxed of presumption.
Page 208 - Part of which are of matters happened in our Age. Written in French by Alexander Siluayn, and Englished by LP London. Printed by Adam Islip, 1596.

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