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Account againſt Amft Anno Anſwer Antiquities apud Author Beginning black Letter Book bound in red called Caſe Catalogue Charles Church Collection Commons concerning containing Copy corio Turc corio Turcico cum fig curious Cuts deaur deaurat Deſcription Diſcourſe doree Edition England Engliſh engraved firſt five foliis deaurat France Francois French gilt Græce Heads Henry Hiſtoire Hiſtory Holy illuft Italy James Joan John King large Paper late Latin Laws learned Leaves Liber Loco Lond London Lord Maittaire moſt Nature Notes Notis Obſervations Opera Oratio Origine Oxon Parif Paris Parliament preſent Prince printed Proceedings red Morocco Reign Relation Reports Roma Rome Royal ſame Scotland ſeveral ſome ſur thoſe tranche tranſlated Treatiſe true Turc Venet Vita written
Page 96 - Spelman, grand" child to Sir Henry, and youngeft fon to Sir " John. Whereupon they defired Sir William ft to move him to print it, which he did : " but finding that the bookfellers would give " nothing for the copy, and that he was not " able to print it at his own charge, and " returning this anfwer to the lord chancellor " and bifhop of London, they contributed...
Page 7 - ... from Bertholdus, the great ancestor of the Leslies, who came out of Hungary with Queen Margaret into England about the year of our Lord 1067, and from thence went into Scotland in the reign of Malcolm III."— Brydges, Censura Litteraria, Vol.
Page 96 - ... of it at his own charge, and moft of the " books lay upon his hands until the latter " end of the year 1637, when Mr. Stephens " and Mr. Meredith (bookfellers in St. Paul's .
Page 287 - WHICH COMPARED THE TYRANNY OF THE FOUR YEARS OF KING CHARLES THE MARTYR, WITH THE TYRANNY OF THE FOUR YEARS OF THE LATE ABDICATED KING.
Page 198 - An exact abridgement of the records in the Tower of London, from the reign of King Edward the Second, unto King Richard the Third...
Page 21 - The Report of a Committee of Aldermen, in Affirmance of the Right of the Mayor and Aldermen to put a Negative to Bills or Acts depending in the Common-Council of London, folio.
Page 118 - Spanish writers, not being satisfied with this, which he considered as the effect of chance only, ordered a fast to be proclaimed, and a great fire to be then made; into which, after the King and people had prayed fervently to God for his assistance in this affair, both the Missals were thrown, but the Toletan only escaped the violence of the flames.
Page 209 - Parallèle de l'architecture antique et de la moderne, avec un recueil des dix principaux auteurs qui ont écrit des cinq ordres, scavoir : Palladio et Scamozzi, Serlio et Vignola, D.