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Ægidiis Anno Aeræ Christianæ 1709.

[ACCADÉMIA DELLA CRUSCA, Florence.] Vocabolario. Venice, 1612. 2°

ACOSTA, Joseph. The natural and moral history of the East and West Indies, transl. E. Grimstone. London, 1604. 4°

[ADAMS, John.] Index Villaris, or, An exact register … of all the cities, market-towns, parishes … of England and Wales. London, 1690. 2°

ADDISON, Joseph. Remarks on several parts of Italy, &c. in the years 1701, 1702, 1703.”. London, 1705. 8°

[AGARD, Arthur.] The repertorie of records: remaining in the 4 treasuries on the receipt side at Westminster, ed. T. Powell. London, 1631. 4°

AITZEMA, Lieuwe van. Notable revolutions … in the United Provinces of the Netherlands in the years 1650 and 1651. London, 1653. 2°

ALEMÁN, Mateo. The rogue, or, The life of Guzman de Alfarache, transl. J. Mabbe. London, 1634. 2°

[ALLESTREE, Richard.] The gentlemans calling. London, 1660. 8°

[――.] The causes of the decay of Christian piety, or, An impartial survey of the ruines of Christian religion, undermin’d by unchristian practice. London, 1667. 8°

[ALSOP, Vincent.] Anti-sozzo, sive, Sherlocismus enervatus: in vindication of some great truths opposed, and opposition to some great errors maintained by W. Sherlock. London, 1675. 8°

ANDREWES, Lancelot. A summarie view of the government both of the Old and New Testament … whereunto is prefixed (as a preamble to the whole) a discovery of the causes of the continuance of these contentions touching church-government out of the fragments of Richard Hooker. Oxford, 1641. 4°

ANGELONI, Francesco (ed.). La historia augusta … illustrata con la verità dell’antiche medaglie … con … tratti dal tesoro delle medaglie della Regina Christina Augusta e descritti da Gio: Pietro Bellori. Rome, 1685 (2nd edn). 2°

ANNESLEY, Arthur, Earl of Anglesey. A letter from a person of honour in the countrey [A. Annesley], written to the Earl of Castlehaven. Being observations and reflections upon his Lordship’s Memorials concerning the wars of Ireland. London, 1681. 8°

[ANON.] A true and perfect relation of the whole proceedings against the late most barbarous traitors, Garnet a Iesuite, and his confederats. London, 1606. 4°

[ANON.] The practick part of the law: shewing the office of a compleat attorney. London, 1653. 8°

[ANON.] Discours d’un bourgeois de Paris sur les pouvoirs de Cardinal Chigi. London, 1665. 4°

[ANON.] Entretiens galans: ou, Conversations sur la solitude, le teste a teste, le bongout, la coqueterie, la mode, la musique, le jeu, les leüanges. Paris, 1681. 8°

[ANON.] Portraits de tous les rois de France: et un abbregé chronologique de leurs faits et gestes. [Paris, 1705?]. 2°

[ANON.] The claims of the people of England, essayed, in a letter from the country. London, 1701. 8°

[ANON.] An account of the conduct of the Roman-Catholick clergy and zealots of France, from the first toleration there of the Protestants, to their expulsion. London, 1710. 8°

[ARNAULD, Antoine and Pierre NICOLE.] Mustêrion tês anomias [Gk], that is, Another part of the mystery of Jesuitism, or, the new heresie of the Jesuites, transl. J. Evelyn. London, 1664. 8°

[――.] La logique ou L’art de penser. Amsterdam, 1685. 12°

ASCHAM, Anthony. A discourse: wherein is examined, what is particularly lawfull during the confusions and revolutions of government. London, 1649. 8°

ASHE, Thomas. Vn general table, a touts les seueral liures de les reports de le darreine tresreuerend iudge, Sir Edward Coke …. London, 1618. 8°

ASTELL, Mary. Bart’lemy fair, or, An enquiry after wit, in which due respect is had to A letter concerning enthusiasm, to my Lord ***. By Mr. Wotton. London, 1709. 8°

ATTERBURY, Francis. A large vindication of the doctrine contained in the sermon preach’d at the funeral of Mr. Thomas Bennet. London, 1707. 8° (Cf. SE II 4, 453-4 on the ‘future rewards’ dispute.)

――. Fourteen sermons … Together with a large vindication of the doctrine contain’d in the sermon preach’d at the funeral of Mr Thomas Bennet. London, 1708. 8° (Cf. a note in the Hampshire Record Office, Malmesbury Papers 9M73/G272/11: “This Book I keep for ye Sake of ye Accurate Collection made by ye Doctor in his Preface of those pretended Christian Notions of Human Happiness & Vertues, wch would have been a Scandal to ye Heathen World, & to ye very Schools of Epicurus & ye Antient Atheists.      Written by Ld S. at ye Beginning of a Vol: of Atterbury’s Sermons printed A. D. 1708”.)

[ATWOOD, William.] Jani Anglorum facies nova, or, Several monuments of antiquity touching the great councils of the kingdom and the court of the kings immediate tenants and officers: from the first of William the First, to the forty ninth of Henry the Third, reviv’d and clear’d. London, 1680. 8°

――. Jus Anglorum ab antiquo, or, A confutation of an impotent libel against the government by kings, lords, and commons: under pretence of answering Mr. Petyt, and the author of Jani Anglorum facies nova, etc. London, 1681. 8°

AUBERY, Jean. Les bains de Bourbon Lancy, et Larchanbaû. Paris, 1604. 8°

AUSTEN, Ralph. A treatise of fruit-trees. Oxford, 1657. 4°

B., J. [= Janata BANK?] The Filacers Office, or, The measne processe filacers make out before appearance, the nature and forms of their several writs, and the manner of their proceedings thereupon. Together with a table of their fees. London, [1657]. 8°

BACON, Francis. The historie of the raigne of King Henry the Seventh. London, 1622. 2°

――. Sylua syluarum, or, A naturall historie. London, 1635. 2°

――. The historie of the raigne of King Henry the Seventh. London, 1641. 2°

――. Resuscitatio, or, Bringing into publick light severall pieces of the works, civil, historical, philosophical, & theological, hitherto sleeping, ed. W. Rawley. London, 1657. 2°

―― and Francis GODWIN. The historie of the reigns of [Bacon] Henry the Seventh, [Godwin] Henry the Eighth, Edward the Sixth, and Queen Mary. London, 1676. 2°

BACON, Nathaniel. A historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England. London, 1647. 4°

BAGSHAW, Edward. The rights of the crown of England. London, 1660. 8°

BAKER, Sir Richard. A chronicle of the kings of England. London, 1643. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1665. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1670. 2°

BALZAC, Jean Louis Guez, Seigneur de. The letters, transl. W. Tyrwhit. London, 1638. 4°

――. The French favorites, or, The seventh discourse of Balzac’s Politicks, transl. B. Kennett. London, 1709. 8°

BARBA, Alvaro Alonso. The first book of the Art of Mettals, transl. E. Montagu, Earl of Sandwich. London, 1670. 8°

BARLOW, Thomas (Bishop of Lincoln). Popery, or, The principles and positions approved by the Church of Rome (when really believ’d and practis’d) are very dangerous to all, and to Protestant kings & supreme powers, more especially pernicious, etc. London, 1679. 8°

――. Brutum fulmen, or, The bull of Pope Pius V concerning the damnation, excommunication, and deposition of Q. Elizabeth … with some observations and animadversions. London, 1681. 4°

BARON, Jules. L’art héraldique. Paris, 1687. 8°

BARROW, Isaac. The duty and reward of bounty to the poor. London, 1671. 8°

BASIRE, Isaac. Deo et ecclesiae sacrum. Sacriledge arraigned by St Paul. London, 1668 (2nd edn). 8°

BASSOMPIERRE, François de. Memoires. Cologne [Netherlands], 1665. 12°

BATE, John. The mysteryes of nature, and art. London, 1635. 4°

BAXTER, Richard. Catholick theologie. London, 1675. 2°

――. An abridgement of Mr Baxter’s History of his life and times, ed. Edward Calamy. London, 1702. 8°

BAYLE, Pierre. Dictionaire. Rotterdam, 1702. 2°

――. A philosophical commentary on these words of the Gospel, Luke xiv. 23. London, 1708. 8°

――. Miscellaneous reflections occasion’d by the comet which appear’d in December 1680, transl. [probably P. Des Maizeaux]. London, 1708. 8°

――. Nouvelles de la République des Lettres. Amsterdam, 1684 ff. (7 vols). 12°

BEAUMONT, Francis and John FLETCHER. Fifty comedies and tragedies. London, 1679. 2°

BEAUPLAN, Guillaume Le Vasseur. Description d’Ukranie. Rouen, 1660. 4°

BENTIVOGLIO, Guido, Cardinal. Memorie, overo, diario. Venice, 1648. 4°

――. The history of the warrs of Flanders …, transl. Henry Carey, Earl of Monmouth. London, 1678. 2°

BERNIER, François. The history of the late revolution of the empire of the Great Mogol, transl. H. Oldenburg. London, 1671. 8°

[BERTI, Michele.] L’art d’enseigner la langue françoise, par le moyen de l’italienne, ou la langue italienne par la françoise. Bologna, 1687. 12°

BESONGNE, Nicolas. Le parfait estat de la France, comme elle est gouvernée à présent. Paris, 1656. 8°

――. L’état de la France: ou l’on voit tous les princes, ducs & pairs, marêchaux de France, & autres officiers de la couronne, etc. Paris, 1677. 12°

――. The present state of France: conteining the orders, dignities, and charges of that kingdom, transl. R. Wolley. London, 1671. 12°

BETHEL, Slingsby. The providences of God, observed through several ages, towards this nation, in introducing the true religion. London, 1697. 8°

BETHUNE, Philippe de. Il consigliere di stato ouero raccolta delle considerationi piu generali intorno al maneggio de pubblici affari, transl. [French to Italian] M. Ziccatta. Venice, 1646. 4°

BEVERIDGE, William. Private thoughts upon religion. London, 1709. 8°

BIBLE. La Bible qui est toute la Saincte Escriture du Vieil et Nouveau Testament autrement l’Ancienne et la Nouvelle Alliance. La Rochelle, 1616. 8°

――. The Holy Bible. Cambridge, 1660. 2°

――. The Holy Bible. Oxford, 1683. 4°

BIONDI, Giovanni Franceso. An history of the civill warres of England. London, 1641. 2°

[BIRD, William.] A treatise of the nobilitie of the realme. London, 1642. 8°

BLACKMORE, Sir Richard. A paraphrase on the Book of Job. London, 1700. 2°

BLITH, Walter. The English improver. London, 1652. 4°

BLOME, Richard. A geographical description of the four parts of the world, taken from the notes & workes of the famous Monsieur Sanson, geographer to the French king, and other eminent travellers and authors. London, 1670. 2°

――. Britannia, or, A geographical description of the kingdom of England, Scotland and Ireland. London, 1673. 2°

――. Cosmography and geography [from Bernhardus Varenius and Nicolas Sanson]. London, 1683. 2°

[BLOUNT, Charles.] Anima mundi, or, An historical narration of the opinions of the ancients concerning mans soul after this life. Amsterdam [?], anno Mundi 00000 [?]. 8°

BLOUNT, Thomas. Glossographia. London, 1661. 8°

――. Nomo-lexicon [Gk.]: a law-dictionary. London, 1670. 2°

[――.] Animadversions upon Sir Richard Baker’s chronicle and its continuation. Oxford, 1672. 8°

BLUNDEVILLE, Thomas. The fower chiefyst offices belongyng to horsemanshippe. London, either [1566], [1570] or [1593]. 4°

BOATE, Gerard. Irelands naturall history, ed. Samuel Hartlib. London, 1652. 8°

BOCCALINI, Traiano. I ragguagli di Parnasso. London, 1656. 2°

――. I ragguagli di Parnasso. London, 1674. 2°

――. Advices from Parnassus, ed. J. Hughes. London, 1706. 2°

BOILEAU, Gilles. The life and philosophy of Epictetus. With The embleme of humane life by Cebes, transl. J. Davies. London, 1670. 8°

[BOILEAU-DESPRÉAUX, Nicolas.] Œuvres diverses du Sieur D***: avec [Longinus,] le Traité du sublime ou du merveilleux. Amsterdam, 1677. 12°

BOLRON, Robert. The narrative of R.B., … concerning the late horrid Popish plot. London, 1680. 2°

[BORLACE, Edmund.] The history of the execrable Irish rebellion. London, 1680. 2°

BOTERO, Giovanni. Relations of the most famous kingdomes and common-wealths thorowout the world, transl [R. Johnson]. London, 1630. 4°

――. Le relationi universali. Venice, 1640. 4°

[BOUHOURS, Dominique.] Les entretiens d’Ariste et d’Eugene. Amsterdam, 1682. 12°

[――.] La manière de bien penser dans les ouvrages d’esprit. Amsterdam, 1688. 12°

BOUSSINGAULT, Adam. La guide universelle de tous les Pays-Bas … de plus … une description … de la ville de Paris. Paris, 1665. 12°

BOYER, Abel. The royal dictionary [French-English, English-French]. The Hague, 1702. 4°

――. Royal Dictionary abridged. London, 1708. 8°

BOYLE, Robert. Some motives and incentives to the love of God [running title: Seraphick Love]. London, 1659. 8°

――. A general history of the air. London, 1692. 4°

[BRADY, Robert.] A full answer to a book, written by William Petyt Esq. printed in the year 1680: by which it appears, that he hath mistaken the meaning of the histories and records he hath cited … together with some animadversions upon a book, called, Jani anglorum facies nova. London, 1681. 8° (See Petyt, The antient right of the Commons of England asserted and [Atwood] 1680.)

BRAMHALL, John. Castigations of Mr. Hobbes his last animadversions …. London, 1658. 8°

BREREWOOD, Edward. Enquiries touching the diuersity of languages, and religions, through the chiefe parts of the world. London, 1622. 4°

――. A learned treatise of the Sabaoth, written … to Mr. Nicholas Byfield, preacher in Chester. With Mr. Byfields answere and Mr. Brerewoods reply. Oxford, 1630. 4°

BRICE, Germain. Description nouvelle de ce qu’il y a de plus remarquable dans la ville de Paris. Paris, 1687. 8°

[BRITTON, John le.] Britton, ed. E. Wingate. London, 1640. 8°

BROWNE, John. A compleat treatise of the muscles … with diverse anatomical observations. London, 1681. 2°

BUCHANAN, George. The history of Scotland, transl. anon. London, 1690. 2°

BUCK, George. The history of the life and reigne of Richard the Third. London, 1647. 2°

BURNET, Gilbert. The mystery of iniquity unvailed. London, 1673. 8°

―― and Edward STILLINGFLEET. A relation of a conference, held about religion, at London, the third of April, 1676. London, 1676. 8°

――. The memoirs of the lives and actions of James and William, Dukes of Hamilton and Castleherald. London, 1677. 2°

――. Some passages of the life and death of the Right Honourable John Earl of Rochester. London, 1680. 8°

――. History of the Reformation [I and II]. London, 1679; 1681. 2°

――. The history of the rights of princes in the disposing of ecclesiastical benefices and church-lands. London, 1682. 8°

――. A collection of several tracts and discourses. London, [1685]. 4°

――. Reflections on Mr. Varillas’s history of the revolutions that have happened in Europe in matters of religion. Amsterdam, 1686. 12°

――. Some letters containing an account of what seemed most remarkable in Switzerland, Italy, etc. Rotterdam, 1686. 8°

――. A collection of eighteen papers, relating to the affairs of church & state, during the reign of King James the Second. London, 1689. 4°.

――. Discourse of the pastoral care. London, 1692. 8°

――. Exposition of the thirty-nine articles of the Church of England. London, 1705. 2°

BURROUGHS, Sir John. The soveraignty of the British seas. London, 1651. 12°

CAESAR, Julius. The commentaries, transl. C. Edmonds. London, 1655. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1677. 2°

[CALAMY, Edmund et al.] Jus divinum ministerii evangelici, or, The divine right of the Gospel-ministry. London, 1654. 4°

CALAMY, Edmund (son). A defence of moderate non-conformity. London, 1703-05. 8°

CALDERWOOD, David. The true history of the Church of Scotland. [Edinburgh?], 1678. 2°

[CALLIÈRES, François de.] Histoire poëtique de la guerre nouvellement déclarée entre les anciens et les modernes. Amsterdam, 1688. 12°

CALLIS, Robert. The reading of … R.C. … upon the statute of 23 H. 8. cap. 5. of sewers. London, 1647. 4°

CAMDEN, William. Britain, or, A chorographicall description of … England, Scotland, and Ireland, transl. P. Holland. London, 1637. 2°

――. Remaines concerning Britaine. London, 1637. 4°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1674. 8°

――. The historie of the most renowned and victorious princesse Elizabeth, late Queene of England. London, 1675. 2°

――. Britain, etc. London, 1695. 2°

CAPOCIO CUCCIONO BERARDI, Francesco. Agrippina minore. Venice, 1647. 4°

CAPRIATA, Pietro Giovanni. Dell’ historia di P.G.C. libri dodici. Genua, 1638-1663. 4°

CARADROC of Llancarvan. The historie of Cambria, now called Wales, transl. H. Lhoyd. London, 1584. 4°

[CARE, Henry.] The weekly pacquet of advice from Rome, or, The history of popery. London, 1679. 4°

CAREW, George. A retrospect into the kings certain revenue. London, 1661. 2°

――. Fraud and violence discovered and detected, or, A remonstrance of the interessed in the ships ‘Bona Esperanza’ and ‘Henry Bona Adventura’ of London. London, 1662. 2°

――. Reports and causes in Chancery. London, 1665. 8°

CAREW, Richard. The survey of Cornwall. London, 1602. 4°

CARLETON, George. Iurisdiction regall, episcopall, papall. London, 1610. 4°

CARPENTER, Nathanael. Geography. Oxford, 1635. 4°

[CARROLL, William.] Spinoza reviv’d … To which is added, A preliminary discourse relating to the said books, By the Reverend Dr. George Hicks. London, 1709. 8°

CARTER, Matthew. Honor redivivus. London, 1673. 8°

CAVE, William. Primitive Christianity. London, 1676. 8°

[CERDAN, Jean-Paul, Comte de.] Europe a slave, unless England break her chains: discovering the grand designs of the French-Popish party in England for several years past. London, 1681. 12°

CHAMBERLAYNE, Edward. Angliae notitia, or, The present state of England. London, 1669. 12°

CHAMBERLAYNE, Peregrine Clifford. Compendium geographicum, or, A more exact, plain, and easie introduction into all geography. London, 1682. 12°

CHARLES I. Basiliká: The works of King Charles the Martyr, ed. W. Fulman and R. Perrinchief. London, 1687. 2°

CHAUCER, Geoffrey. The workes. London, 1602. 2°

CHILLINGWORTH, William. The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation. Oxford, 1638. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1664. 2°

CHURCHILL, Winston. Divi Britannici, being a remarke upon the lives of all the kings of this isle. London, 1675. 2°

CLEIRAC, Estienne. Vs et coustumes de la mer. Bourdeaux, 1661. 4°

[CLIFFORD, Martin.] A treatise of humane reason. London, 1675. 12°

[COOKE, Sir Edward.] Argumentum anti-Normannicum, or, An argument proving … that William, Duke of Normandy, made no absolute conquest of England by the sword. London, 1682. 8°

[COLBERT, Jean Baptiste.] Monsieur Colbert’s Ghost, or, France without bounds. Cologne [Netherlands], 1684. 12°

COLIGNY, Gaspard de, Seigneur de Châtillon. Mémoires. Paris, 1665. 12°

COLLIER, Jeremy. A short view of the immorality and profaneness of the English stage. London, 1698. 8°

COLLINGES, John. A new lesson for the indoctus doctor … containing a vindication of a book called Indoctus Doctor Edoctus. London, 1654. 4°

――. Provocator provocatus. London, 1654. 4°

COLLINS, Arthur. The peerage of England. London, 1710. 8° (? Crell’s entry: “WALKER’S Peerage of England. London 1710.”)

COLLINS, John. Geometricall dyalling. London, 1659. 4°

――. The mariners plain scale new plain’d. London, 1659. 4°

――. The sector on a quadrant. London, 1659. 4°

[COMBER, Thomas.] Friendly and seasonable advice to the Roman-Catholicks of England. London, 1674. 12°

COMINES, Philippe de. The historie of Philip de Commines, transl. [T. Danett]. London, 1614. 2°

――. The memoirs, transl. D. Godefroy. London, 1674. 8°

[COMMISSIONERS OF CUSTOMS.] The rates of marchandizes. London, 1635. 4°

CONDÉ, Henri II de Bourbon, prince de. Voyage de monsieur le Prince de Condé en Italie. Paris, 1666. 12°

[COOPER, Anthony Ashley, third Earl of Shaftesbury.] An inquiry concerning virtue, in two discourses. London, 1699. 8°

[――.] A letter concerning enthusiasm. London, 1708. 8°

[――.] Lettre sur l’Entousiasme. Traduite de l’Anglois. The Hague, 1709. 12°

[――.] The moralists, a philosophical rhapsody. London, 1709. 8°

[――.] Sensus communis etc. London, 1709. 8°

[――.] Essai sur l’usage de la raillerie et de l’enjoument dans les conversations qui roulent sur les matières les plus importantes. The Hague, 1710. 12°

[――.] Soliloquy, or, Advice to an author. London, 1710. 8°

CORYATE, Thomas. Coryats Crudities hastily gobled up in five moneths travells in France, Savoy, Italy. London, 1611. 4°

COSIN, Richard. An apology of, and for sundrie proceedings by iurisdiction ecclesiasticall of late times by some challenged. London, [1593]. 4°

COTGRAVE, Randle. A dictionarie of the French and English tongues. London, 1660. 2°

COTTON, Sir Robert Bruce. Cottoni posthuma. London, 1672. 8°

――. An answer to such motives as were offer’d … to Prince Henry, inciting him to affect arms more than peace, London, 1675 (2nd edn). 8°

COULON, Louis. Le fidèle conducteur pour le voyage de France, d’Angleterre, d’Allemagne et d’Espagne. Paris, 1654. 8°

[COURTILZ DE SANDRAS, Gatien de.] Nouveaux intérêts des princes de l’Europe, ou l’on traite des maximes qu’ils doivent observer pour se maintenir dans leurs états. Cologne [The Hague], 1685. 12°

COWELL, John. The interpreter, or, Booke containing the signification of words. London, 1637. 4°

COWLEY, Abraham. The works. London, 1668. 2°

[CROUCH, Nathaniel.] The secret history of the four last monarchs of Great Britain: viz., James I, Charles I, Charles II, James II. London, 1691. 12°

CUDWORTH, Ralph. The true intellectual system of the universe. London, 1678. 2°

DALLINGTON, Sir Robert. Aphorismes civill and militarie. London, 1629 (2nd edn). 2°

[DALLISON, Charles.] The royalist’s defence. [London], 1648. 4°

DALTON, Michael. Officium vicecomitum. The office and authoritie of sherifs. London, 1623. 2°

――. The countrey justice. London, 1643. 4°

DANGERFIELD, Thomas. The information of Thomas Dangerfield, Gent. delivered at the bar of the House of Commons. London, 1680. 2°

DANIEL, Samuel. The first part of the historie of England. London, 1621. 2°

――. The first part of the historie of England. London, 1650. 2°

DASSIÉ, F. L’architecture navale [with Le Routier des Indes]. Paris, 1677. 4°

D’AVENANT, William. The works. London, 1673. 2°

DAVILA, Enrico Caterino. The historie of the civill warres of France, transl. C. Cotterell, W. Aylesbury. London, 1647. 2°

DEBES, Lucas Jacobsøn. Færoœ, & Fœroa reserata, transl. J. Sterpin. London, 1676. 12°

[DE LA COURT, Pieter.] Fables moral and political, with large explications. Translated from the Dutch. London, 1703. 8°

DELLA VALLE, Pietro. The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta. London, 1665. 2°

――. Viaggi di Pietro della Valle il pellegrino, descritti da lui medesimo in lettere familiari. Venice, 1681. 12°

DENTON, William. Jus Caesaris et ecclesiae vere dictae, or, A treatise of independency, presbytery, the power of kings, and of the church. London, 1681. 2°

DESCARTES, René. Les passions de l’âme. Paris, 1679. 12°

DE SILVA Y FIGUEROA, García. L’ambassade de d. Garcias de Silva Figueroa en Perse: contentant la politique de ce grand empire, les mœurs du Roy Schach Abbas …, transl. A. de Wicqfort. Paris, 1667. 4°

DES MAIZEAUX, Pierre. The life of Mr Bayle. In a letter to a peer of Great Britain. London, 1708. 8° (The peer is Shaftesbury.)

――. La Vie de Messire Charles de Saint-Denis, sieur de Saint-Évremond. London, 1709 (2nd edn). 4°

DES MARTINS. L’expérience de l’architecture militaire. Paris, 1687 (2nd edn). 12°

D’ESTE, Hippolito, Cardinal of Ferrara. Négociations, ou lettres d’affaires ecclésiastiques et politiques escrittes au pape Pie IV., et au Cardinal Borromée, transl. [I. Baudoin]. Paris, 1658. 4°

DIGGES, Dudley. The unlawfulness of subjects taking up armes against their soveraigne. [London], 1647. 4°

DIGGES, Leonard. Stratioticos. London, 1579. 4°

[DILLY, Antoine.] De l’ame des bêtes: ou apres avoir demontré la spiritualité de l’ame de l’homme, l’on explique par la seule machine, les actions les plus surprenantes des animaux. Lyon, 1676. 12°

D., W. [= William DISNEY.] Nil dictum quod non dictum prius, or, A transcript of government considered as it is in the state of nature or religion. London, 1681. 8°

DODDRIDGE, John. The antiquity and power of parliaments in England. London, 1679. 8°

DOGLIONI, Giovanni Nicolò. Le cose notabili, et marauigliose della città di Venetia. Venice, 1675. 12°

DOLEMAN, R. [pseud.] A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland, divided into two partes. [Antwerp], 1594. 8°

――. A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland, divided into two partes. [London], 1681. 8°

DONNE, John. Pseudo-martyr. London, 1610. 4°

――. LXXX sermons. London, 1640. 2°

――. Poems, &c. In the Savoy [London], 1669. 8°

DONNEAU DE VISÉ, Jean. IV., et dernière partie du Voyage des ambassadeurs de Siam en France. Paris, 1687. 12°

DRING, Thomas. A catalogue of the lords, knights, and gentlemen that have compounded for their estates. London, 1655. 8°

DUBOURDIEU, Jean Armand. Dissertation historique & critique sur le martyre de la légion Thebéene, avec l’histoire du martyre de cette légion attribuée à Saint Eucher. Amsterdam, 1705. 12°

[DU CAMBOUT DE PONT-CHÂTEAU, Sébastien Joseph.] The moral practice of the Jesuites, transl. [J. Evelyn?]. London, 1670. 12°

DU CHASTELET, Paul Hay. Traité de la guerre. Paris, 1668. 12°

DUFRESNOY, Charles Alphonse. De arte graphica. The art of painting, transl. J. Dryden. London, 1695. 4°

DUGDALE, Sir William. The antiquities of Warwickshire. London, 1656. 2°

――. The history of St Paul’s Cathedral in London. London, 1658. 2°

――. Origines juridiciales. London, 1666. 2°

――. Baronage of England. London, 1675. 2°

――. A short view of the late troubles in England. Oxford, 1681. 2°

――. The ancient usage in bearing such ensigns of honour as are commonly call’d arms. Oxford, 1682. 8°

――. Monasticon Anglicanum. London, 1693. 2°

DU MOULIN, Lewis. Conformité de la conduite de ceux qu’on appelle communement Independans avec celle des anciens Chretiens. London, 1680. 8°

――. Les pensées de L.D.M. sur le nombre des eleus. London, 1680. 12°

DU MOULIN, Pierre (the Elder). Nouveauté du papisme opposée à l’antiquité du vray Christianisme. Geneva, 1633. 4°

――. The papal tyranny, as it was exercised over England for some ages. London, 1674. 4°

[――?] Essay on the being of God. London, 1708. 12°. (Unidentified.)

[DUNTON, John.] The phenix, or, A revival of scarce and valuable pieces from the remotest antiquity down to the present times. London, 1707. 8°

[DU PORTAIL, Nicolas Johannes.] L’histoire du temps, ou, Le véritable récit de ce qui s’est passé dans le Parlement depuis le mois d’Aoust 1647. jusques au mois de Novembre 1648. Rouen, 1649. 4°

NICOT, Jean. Le grand dictionaire françois-latin. Paris, 1605. 4°

DU ROURE, Jacques. Abrégé de la vraye philosophie. Paris, 1665. 12°

DU TILLET, Jean. Recueil des roys de France, leurs couronne et maison. Paris, 1607. 4°

DU VAIR, Guillaume. Morall philosophy of the Stoicks, transl. C. Cotton. London, 1664. 8°

DU VERDIER, Gilbert Saulnier. Abrégé de l’histoire d’Angleterre, d’Escosse et d’Irlande. Paris, 1661. 12°

E., C.[= Christopher ELDERFIELD.] The civil right of tythes. London, 1650. 4°

[ELLESMERE, Thomas Egerton, Baron.] Certaine observations concerning the office of the Lord Chancellor. London, 1651. 8°

ELSYNGE, Henry. The ancient method and manner of holding Parliaments in England. London, 1660. 8°

ELYOT, Thomas. The Boke named The gouernour deuised. London, 1557. 8°

EMES, Thomas. Vindiciae mentis. An essay of the being and nature of mind. London, 1702. 8°

[ENGLAND and WALES. PARLIAMENT.] A collection of all the publicke orders, ordinances, and declarations of both Houses of Parliament, from the ninth of March 1642 untill December 1646, coll. Ed. Husband. London, 1646. 2°

[ENGLAND and WALES. PARLIAMENT.] Ordinances of the Lords and Commons … for the leavying of moneys by way of excise and new-impost. London, 1651. 2°

[ENGLAND and WALES. PARLIAMENT.] An exact abridgement of the records in the Tower of London from the reign of Edward the Second unto Richard the Third, ed. W. Prynne. London, 1657. 2°

[ENGLAND. COURT OF CHANCERY.] The practice of the High Court of Chancery unfolded. London, 1652. 8°

[ENGLAND.] Anno regni Caroli IIduo decimo [Acts]. London, 1660. 2°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] An abridgment of the statutes in force and use, made in the 16th, 17th, and 18th years of the reign of King Charles the First, and in the 12th, 13th, and 14th years of the reign of King Charles II. London, 1663. 8°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] A collection of all the statutes at large [1640-1667]. In the Savoy [London], 1667. 2°

[ENGLAND.] A free conference touching the present state of England both at home and abroad, in order to the designs of France. London, 1668. 8°

[ENGLAND.] State tracts: being a collection of several treatises relating to the government, privately printed in the reign of King Charles II. London, 1689. 2°

[ENGLAND.] State tracts: being a farther collection of several choice treatises relating to the government. From the year 1660 to 1689. London, 1692. 2°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] A catalogue of the names of the knights, citizens, and burgesses, that have served in the last four Parlaments … [beginning, respectively, 3 November 1640; 4 July 1653; 3 September 1654; 17 September 1656]. With the names of such … as met in the Parlament at Oxford, etc. London, 1656. 8°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] A subsidy granted to the King, of tonnage, & poundage. London, 1661. 12°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] The several acts of Parliament made for establishing, ordering and collecting of his Majesties revenue arising by hearth-money. In the Savoy [London], 1668. 12°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] A collection of such of the orders heretofore used in Chancery, etc. London, 1669. 12°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] The acts for tonnage and poundage. In the Savoy [London], 1671. 12°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] The tryal of Edward Coleman, Gent: for conspiring the death of the King. London, 1678. 2°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] The tryal of William Viscount Stafford for High Treason. London, 1680. 2°

[ENGLAND and WALES.] The two charters granted by King Charles IId. to the proprietors of Carolina. London, [1698]. 4°

EPICTETUS. Epictetus his morals, with Simplicius his comment, transl. G. Stanhope. London, 1694. 8°

ESTIENNE, Henri. A world of wonders, transl. [R. Carew?]. Edinburgh, 1608. 2°

EUCLID. The elements of geometrie, transl. H. Billingsley. London, 1570. 2°

[EUROPE.] Europae modernae speculum, or, A view of the empires, kingdoms, principalities, seignieuries, and common-wealths of Europe … from the treaty at Munster, anno 1648, to this present year. London, 1666. 8°

EUSEBIUS. The ancient ecclesiasticall histories … by … Eusebius, Socrates, and Evagrius … whereunto is annexed Dorotheus, transl. M. Hanmer. London, 1636-37. 2°

――. The ancient ecclesiasticall histories etc. London, 1663. 2°

EVELYN, John. Kalendarium hortense, or, The gard’ners almanac. London, 1673. 8°

――. A philosophical discourse of earth, relating to the culture and improvement of it for vegetation, and the propagation of plants. London, 1676 [1675]. 8°

――. Sylva, or, A discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber in His Majesties dominions … To which is annexed Pomona, or, An appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cider. London, 1679. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1679. 2°

EXTON, John. The maritime Dicaeologie, or, Sea jurisdiction of England. London, 1664. 2°

F., T. [= Peter OSBORNE.] The practice of the Exchequer Court, with its severall offices and officers. London, 1658. 8°

[FABRICIUS, Johann Ludwig.] Janus Alexandrus Ferrarius, an Augustine friar, his epistles to the two brethren of Wallenburgh, concerning the usefulness and necessity of the Roman Catholick faith. London, 1673. 8°

FALDA, Giovanni Battista. Il nuovo teatro delle fabriche, et edificii, in prospettiva di Roma moderna, etc. Rome, 1665. 2°

[FANNANT, Edward.] The history of the life, reign and death of Edward II, King of England. London, 1680. 2°

FÉNELON, François de Salignac de la Mothe. Les avantures de Telemaque. The Hague, 1699. 12°

――. Avantures de Telemaque, fils d’Ulysse. The Hague, 1701. 12°

――. [Another edition.] The Hague, 1703. 12°

[FERGUSON, Robert.] No Protestant-plot, or, The present pretended conspiracy of Protestants against the King and government, discovered to be a conspiracy of the Papists against the King and his Protestant-subjects. London, 1681. 4°

FERRARI, Antonio (ed.). Lettere dell’India Orientale scritte da’ reverendi padri della Compagnia di Giesù. Vinegia, 1580. 8°

FIENNES, Nathaniel. Monarchy asserted to be the best, most ancient and legall form of government. London, 1660. 8°

FINETT, John. Finetti Philoxenis: some choice observations of Sr. John Finett … touching the reception and precedence, the treatment and audience, the puntillios and contests of forren ambassadors in England, ed. J. Howell. London, 1656. 8°

FITZHERBERT, Anthony. The new Natura brevium of the most reverend judge [A.F.]. London, 1652. 8°

FLÉCHIER, Esprit. Histoire du Cardinal Ximenés. Amsterdam, 1693. 12°

FLEETWOOD, William. The office of a Justice of Peace. Together with instructions how and in what manner statutes shall be expounded. London, 1658. 8°

FLETCHER, Andrew. Discorso delle cose di Spagna. Napoli [Edinburgh], 1698. 8°

――. Two discourses concerning the affairs of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1698. 8°

FONTENELLE, Bernard Le Bovier de. Nouveaux Dialogues des Morts. Paris, 1683. 12°

――. Jugement de Pluton, sur les deux parties des Nouveaux dialogue des morts. Paris, 1684. 12°

――. Entretiens sur la pluralité des mondes. Paris, 1686. 12°

――. Histoire des oracles. Paris, 1686. 12°

――. Poesies pastorales. Paris, 1688. 12°

――. Dialogues of the dead, in three parts, transl. J. Hughes. London, 1708. 8°

FOUQUET, Nicolas. Defénses de Mr. Fouquet, sur tous les points de son Procez. Paris, 1665. 12°

FOURNIER, Georges. Traité des fortifications, ou Architecture militaire. Paris, 1654. 12°

FOWLER, Edward. A discourse of the descent of the Man-Christ Jesus from heaven, together with his ascension to heaven again. London, 1706. 8°

FOWLER, John. The history of the troubles of Suethland and Poland, which occasioned the expulsion of Sigismundus the Third, with a continuation of those troubles untill the truce, an. 1629. London, 1656. 2°

FOX, George. A journal or historical account of the life, travels, sufferings, Christian experience and labour of love in the work of the ministry, of that ancient, eminent and faithful servant of Christ, George Fox, ed. T. Ellwood (preface by W. Penn). London, 1694. 2°

FOXE, John. The ecclesiasticall historie: containing the acts and monuments of martyrs. London, 1641. 2°

FOXE, Luke. North-west Fox, or, Fox from the North-west passage: Beginning with King Arthur, Malga, Octhur, the two Zeni’s of Iseland, Estotiland, and Dorgia, following with briefe abstracts of the voyages of Cabot, Frobisher, Davis, Waymouth, Knight, Hudson, Button, Gibbons, Bylot, Baffin, Hawkridge. London, 1635. 4°

FRACHETTA, Girolamo. Il prencipe di Girolamo Frachetta nel quale si considera il prencipe & quanto al governo dello stato, & quanto al maneggio della guerra. Paris, 1648. 4°

[FRANCE.] Code du Roy Henry III. Roy de France et de Pologne. Lyon, 1599. 4°

[FRANCE.] Recueil de diverses pieces, servant à l’histoire de Henry III Roy de France et de Pologne … Histoire des amours du roi Henry IV. Cologne [Amsterdam], 1663. 12°

[FRANCE.] Ordonnances de Louis XIV, Roy de France et de Navarre, sur le commerce des negotians & marchands. Paris, 1673. 12°

[FRANCO-DUTCH WAR.] Recueil de tous les actes, memoires, et lettres qui ont servi pour la negotiation de la paix: avec les traitez qui ont esté conclus à Nimegue. Paris, 1678. 4°

FRÉART, Roland, sieur de Chambray. A parallel of the ancient architecture with the modern, transl. J. Evelyn. London, 1664. 2°

FREIND, John. An account of the Earl of Peterborow’s conduct in Spain, chiefly since the raising the siege of Barcelona, 1706. London, 1707. 8°

FULLER, Thomas. A Pisgah-sight of Palestine and the confines thereof: with the history of the Old and New Testament acted thereon. London, 1650. 2°

――. The history of the worthies of England. London, 1662. 2°

FUMÉE, Martin. The historie of the troubles of Hungarie: containing the pitifull losse and ruine of that kingdome, and the warres happened there, in that time, betweene the Christians and Turkes, transl. [R. Churche]. London, 1600. 2°

GAILHARD, Jean. The compleat gentleman, or, Directions for the education of youth as to their breeding at home and travelling abroad. London, 1678. 8°

[GARTH, Samuel.] A short answer to a late book entituled, Tentamen medicinale. With which are rep. several papers touching the rise, growth, and usefulness of the dispensaries, erected by the College of Physicians in London. London, 1705. 8°

GAUTIER, Henri. Traitté des fortifications. Lyon, 1685. 12°

GAYA, Louis de. Traité des armes, des machines de guerre, des feux d’artifice, des enseignes & des instrumens militaires anciens & modernes. Paris, 1678. 12°

GEE, Edward. The divine right of the civil magistrate from God. London, 1658. 8°

GHERARDI, Evaristo. Le théâtre Italien, ou, Le recueil de toute les comédies et scènes françoises, qui ont été joüées sur le théâtre Italien par la troupe des comédiens du Roy de l’Hotel de Bourgogne à Paris. Amsterdam, 1695. 12°

GILLESPIE, George. Aarons rod blossoming, or, The divine ordinance of church-government vindicated. London, 1646. 4°

GIRARD, Guillaume. Histoire de la vie du Duc d’Espernon. Rouen, 1663. 12°

――. The history of the life of the Duke of Espernon, transl. C. Cotton. London, 1670. 4°

GODEFROY, Denis. Memoires et instructions: pur servir dans les negociations et affaires concernant les droits du roy de France. Paris, 1665. 2°

GODOLPHIN, John. A view of the admiral jurisdiction. London, 1661. 8°

――. The orphans legacy, or, A testamentary abridgement, in three parts. I, Of last wills and testaments. II, Of executors and administrators. III, Of legacies and devises. London, 1674. 4°

――. Repertorium canonicum, or, An abridgment of the ecclesiastical laws of this realm, consistent with the temporal. London, 1680. 4°

GOODWIN, Thomas. Certaine select cases resolved: specially tending to the comfort of beleevers, in their chief and usuall temptations. London, 1647. 4°

――. Moses and Aaron. Civil and ecclesiastical rites, used by the ancient Hebrewes. London, 1626. 4°

――. Romanae historiae anthologia. [Unclear which edition, perhaps London, 1625, bound up with Moses and Aaron, 1626.] 4°

――. [Another edition of either Moses and Aaron or Romanae historiae anthologiae.] London, 1655. 4°

GOUGE, Thomas. The principles of Christian religion explained to the capacity of the meanest. London, 1679. 8°

[GREAT BRITAIN.] Mysteries of state & government: in letters of illustrious persons, and great agents, in the reigns of Henry the Eighth, Queen Elizabeth, King James, and the late King Charles. London, 1654. 4°

GREGORY, John. Gregorii opuscula, or, Notes & observations upon some passages of Scripture. London, 1650. 4°

GROTIUS, Hugo. The truth of Christian religion, transl. S. Patrick. London, 1680. 8°

GUALDO PRIORATO, Galeazzo. Dell’historia del Conte Galeazzo Priorato Parte [I-II?]. Venice, 1646. 4°

――. Histoire du ministere du cardinal Jules Mazarin. Amsterdam, 1671. 12°

GUILLET de Saint-George, Georges. Lacédémone, ancienne et nouvelle. Paris, 1676. 12°

――. Les arts de l’homme d’epée, ou, Le dictionnaire du gentilhomme. The Hague, 1686. 12°

GUISE, Henri, Duc de. Memoires … relating his passage to Naples, and heading there the second revolt of the people, [transl. from the French]. London, 1669. 8°

HABINGTON, William. Praeces principum, or, The president of illustrious princes historically, theologically, and politically displaying the life and reigne of that most magnificent and majestick prince, Edward the 4th. London, 1659. 2°

HAKEWILL, George. An apologie or declaration of the power and providence of God in the government of the world. Oxford, 1635. 2°

HAKEWILL, William. Modus tenendi Parliamentum, or, The old manner of holding Parliaments in England. London, 1671. 12°

HALE, Matthew. An essay touching the gravitation and non-gravitation of fluid bodies. London, 1673. 8°

――. Difficiles nugae, or, Observations touching the Torricellian experiment and the various solutions of the same, especially touching the weight and elasticity of the air. London, 1674. 8°

――. Pleas of the Crown, or, A methodical summary of the principal matters relating to that subject. London, 1678. 8°

――. Contemplations moral and divine. London, 1695. 8°

HALES, John. Several tracts … viz. I. Of the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. II. Paraphrase on St. Matthew’s Gospel. III. Of the power of the keys. IV. Of schism and schismaticks … V. Miscellanies. [London], 1677. 8°

HALL, Joseph. The works of Joseph Hall, B. of Norwich. London, 1647. 2°

――. A plaine and familiar explication (by way of paraphrase) of all the hard texts of the whole divine scripture of the Old and New Testament. London, 1633. 2°

――. Episcopacie by divine right, asserted. London, 1640. 4°

HALL, Robert [= Peter HEYLYN]. Heroologia [Gk] Anglorum, or, An helpe to English history. London, 1642. 12°

HAMPDEN, John. The arguments of Sir Richard Hutton Knight, one of the judges of the Common Pleas, and Sir George Croke Knight … upon a scire facias … against John Hampden Esquire, etc. London, 1641. 4°

HARRINGTON, James. The common-wealth of Oceana. London, 1656. 2°

――. The Oceana … and his other works, ed. J. Toland. London, 1700. 2°

HARVEY, Gideon. Casus medico-chirurgicus, or, A most memorable case, of a noble-man deceased: wherein is shewed His Lordship’s wound, the various diseases survening … with the description of the remedies. London, 1678. 8°

HAYWARD, John. The life, and raigne of King Edward the Sixt. London, 1630. 4°

HEATH, James. A brief chronicle of the late intestine war in the three kingdoms of England, Scotland & Ireland. London, 1676. 2°

HÉDELIN, François. The whole art of the stage, transl. [?]. London, 1684. 4°

HELVICUS, Christophorus. The historical and chronological theatre. London, 1687. 2°

[HENEAGE FINCH, Earl of Nottingham.] An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial and judgment … of nine and twenty regicides, the murtherers of his late majesty, etc. London, 1660. 4°

HERBERAY, Nicolas de (transl.). Le trezieme livre d’Amadis de Gaule. Anvers, 1572. 8°

HERBERT, Edward. The life and reigne of King Henry the Eighth. London, 1649. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1672. 2°

HERMAN V, Archbishop of Cologne. A simple and religious consultation. [London, 1547]. 8°

HERNE, John. The law of charitable uses: wherein the statute of 43 Eliz. Chap. 4, is set forth and explained. London, 1660. 8°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1663. 8°

HERNE, Samuel. Domus Carthusiana, or, An account of the most noble foundation of the Charter-House near Smithfield in London. London, 1677. 8°

HERODOTUS. The history of Herodotus, transl. I. Littlebury. London, 1709. 8°

HEYLYN, Peter. Ecclesia restaurata. London, 1661. 2°

――. Aerius redivivus, or, The history of the Presbyterians. Oxford, 1670. 2°

――. Cosmographie in four books. London, 1657. 2°

[――.] A short view of the life and reign of King Charles, the second monarch of Great Britain, from his birth to his burial. London, 1658. 12°

――. A help to English history: containing a succession of all the kings of England, the English Saxons, and the Britaines, the kings and princes of Wales, the kings and lords of Man, the Isle of Wight. London, 1671. 12° (Cf. above, Robert Hall.)

――. A short view of the life and reign of King Charles, etc. London, 1658. 2°

H., P. [= Peter Heylyn.] The stumbling block of disobedience and rebellion, cunningly laid by Calvin in the subjects way: discovered. London, 1658. 4°

H., T. [= Thomas HEYWOOD.] The generall history of women: containing the lives of the most holy and prophane, the most famous and infamous in all ages. London, 1657. 8°

HIGDEN, William. A view of the English constitution. London, 1709. 8°

HOBBES, Thomas. Leviathan. London, 1651. 2°

――. The questions concerning liberty, necessity, and chance. London, 1656. 4°

HOLINSHED, Raphael. The chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland. [London, 1587]. 2°

HOLLES, Denzil Holles, Baron. The grand question concerning the judicature of the House of Peers, stated and argued. London, 1669. 8°

――. The case stated concerning the judicature of the House of Peers in the point of appeals. [London], 1675. 8°

――. A letter of a gentleman to his friend, shewing that the bishops are not to be judges in Parliament in cases capital. London, 1679. 8°

――. Lord Hollis his remains: being a second letter to a friend, concerning the judicature of the bishops in Parliament. London, 1682. 8°

HOMER. Homer his ‘Iliads’, transl. J. Ogilby. London, 1660. 2°

HOOKER, Richard. Of the lawes of ecclesiasticall politie. London, 1604. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1651. 4°

HOPTON, Arthur. Hoptons Concordancy enlarged, ed. J. Penkethman. London, 1635. 8°

HOWARD, Robert. The history of religion. London, 1694. 8°

HOWEL, William. An institution of general history, or, The history of the world. London, 1680. 2°

HUARTE, Juan. Examen de ingenios. = The examination of mens wits, transl. R. Carew. London, 1596. 4°

HUGHES, William. The grand abridgment of the law continued. London, 1660. 4°

[HUNT, Thomas.] The rights of the bishops to judge in capital cases in Parliament, cleared. London, 1680. 8°

――. An argument for the bishops right in judging in capital causes in Parliament. London, 1682. 8°

HURAULT, Philippe, Comte de Cheverny. Les Mémoires d’Estat. Paris, 1664. 8°

HYDE, Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon. A brief view and survey of the dangerous and pernicious errors to Church and State, in Mr. Hobbes’s book entitled ‘Leviathan’. Oxford, 1676. 4°

ISAACSON, Henry. Saturni ephemerides sive Tabula historico-chronologica: containing, a chronological series or succession of the four monarchyes. [London], 1633. 2°

JAMES I, King of England. Basilikon dôron [Gk], or, His Maiesties instructions to his dearest sonne, Henry the Prince. London, 1603. 8°

――. The workes of the most high and mightie prince, Iames by the grace of God King of Great Britaine …, ed. J. Montagu, Bishop of Winchester. London, 1616. 2°

JEANNIN, Pierre. Les negotiations de monsieur le president Ieannin. [Amsterdam], 1659. 12°

JEKYLL, Thomas. Either Popery a great mystery of iniquity. Proved in a sermon [22 December 1680], or Righteousness and peace the best means to prevent ruin: recommended in a sermon [25 September 1681]. Both: London, 1681. 4°

[JENKIN, Robert.] Remarks on some books lately publish’d, viz. Mr. Basnage’s History of the Jews. Whiston’s Eight sermons. Lock’s Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul’s epistles. Le Clerc’s Bibliotheque choisie. London, 1709. 8°

JOHNSON, Samuel. The works of the late Reverend Mr. Samuel Johnson. London, 1710. 2° (Donated to the Cranston Library in December 1711.)

JONSON, Ben. The workes. London, 1640. 2°

JOSEPHUS, Flavius. The famous and memorable workes of Josephus, transl. T. Lodge. [London], 1609. 2°

JUSTINUS, M. Junianus and S. AURELIUS VICTOR. The history of Iustine taken out of the four and forty books of Trogus Pompeius … Together with the epitomie of the lives and manners of the Roman emperors, transl. R. Codrington. London, 1654. 8°

JUVENAL and PERSIUS. Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and Aulus Persius Flaccus, transl. B. Holyday. Oxford, 1673. 2°

KEBLE, Joseph. An assistance to Justices of the Peace for the easier performance of their duty. London, 1683. 2°

KELSEY, Joseph. Sermons upon several occasions. London, 1703. 8°

KING, Daniel. The vale-royall of England, or, the county palatine of Chester illustrated. London, 1656. 2°

KING, Peter (Lord King). The history of the Apostles Creed: with critical observations on its several articles. London, 1702. 8°

KNOLLES, Richard. The generall historie of the Turkes. [London], 1621. 2°

――. [Another edition, with “a new continuation”.] London, 1631. 2°

KNOX, John. The historie of the reformation of the Church of Scotland. London, 1644. 2°

L., J. [= John GOTHER.] A papist mis-represented and represented, or, A twofold character of popery. [London?], 1685. 4°

LA BAUME LE BLANC DE LA VALLIÈRE, François de. Maximes et pratiques de la guerre. Paris, 1673. 12°

LA CHAMBRE, Martin Cureau de. Les charactères des passions. Amsterdam, 1658. 12°

LACTANTIUS. A relation of the death of the primitive persecutors, transl. Gilbert Burnet. Amsterdam, 1687. 12°

LA FONTAINE, Jean de. Fables choisies, mises en vers. Anvers, 1699. 8°

LA FONTAINE, Sieur de. Les devoirs militaires des officiers de l’infanterie. Paris, 1675. 8°

LA GUITONNIÈRE, Leon de. Le protestant pacifique, ou traité de la paix de l’eglise … contre Mr. Jurieu. Amsterdam, 1684. 12°

LAMBARDE, William. A perambulation of Kent. London, 1596. 4°

LA PRIMAUDAYE, Pierre de. The French academie … in foure bookes. 1. Institution of manners and callings of all estates. 2. Concerning the soule and body of man. 3. A notable description of the whole world … 4. Christian philosophie, instructing the true and onely meanes to eternall life. London, 1618. 2°

LA ROCHEFOUCAULD, François. Memoires sur les brigues à la mort de Louis XIII. les guerres de Paris et de Guienne, et la prison des princes. According to Crell: Amsterdam, 1663. 12°

――. Reflexions ou Sentences et maximes morales. Paris, 1690. 12°

LARROQUE, Matthieu de. Histoire de l’eucharistie. Amsterdam, 1671. 8°

LASSO DE LA VEGA, García. Histoire de la Floride, transl. P. Richelet. Paris, 1670. 12°

LATIMER, Hugh. 27 sermons. London, 1562. 4° (? According to Crell, year of publication 1552.)

LAUD, William. A relation of the conference betweene William Lawd … and Mr. Fisher the Jesuite. London, 1639. 2°

――. Seven sermons preached upon severall occasions. London, 1651. 12°

LAWRENCE, Richard. The interest of Ireland in its trade and wealth stated. Dublin, 1682. 8°

LAWRENCE, William. Marriage by the moral law of God vindicated against all ceremonial laws of popes and bishops. [London], 1680. 4°

LAWSON, George. An examination of the political part of Mr. Hobbs his ‘Leviathan’. London, 1657. 8°

LE BOSSU, René. Traité du poëme épique. Paris, 1675. 8°

LE CLERC, Jean. Five letters concerning the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. Translated out of French [by J. Locke?]. [London?], 1690. 8°

――. Bibliothèque choisie. Amsterdam, [according to Crell eleven volumes only, the first dating from] 1705. 12°

LEEDS, Thomas Osborne, Duke of. Copies and extracts of some letters written to and from the Earl of Danby (now Duke of Leeds) in the years 1676, 1677, and 1678. With particular remarks upon some of them. London, 1710. 8°

LEGH, Gerard. The accedence of armorie. [London], 1612. 4°

LEICESTER, Peter. Historical Antiquities in two books, the first treating … of Great-Brittain and Ireland, the second containing particular remarks concerning Cheshire. London, 1673. 2°

LE LORRAIN DE VALLEMONT, Pierre. La physique occulte, ou, Traité de la baguette divinatoire. Amsterdam, 1693. 12°

LE LOYER, Pierre. A treatise of specters or straunge sights, visions and apparitions appearing sensibly unto men, transl. Z. Jones. London, 1605. 4°

LE ROY, Louis. Of the interchangeable course or variety of things in the whole world, and the concurrence of armes and learning thorough the first and famousest nations, from the beginning of civility, and memory of man, to this present, transl. R. Ashley. London, 1594. 2°

[LESLIE, Charles.] A short and easie method with the deists … To which is added, a second part to the Jews. London, 1699. 12°

L’ESTRANGE, Roger. A memento: directed to all those that truly reverence the memory of King Charles the Martyr. London, 1662. 4°

LETI, Gregorio. Il nipotismo di Roma, or, The history of the popes nephews from the time of sixtus the IV. to the death of Alexander the VII, transl. W. A[glionby]. London, 1669. 8°

――. Il cardinalismo di Santa Chiesa, or, The history of the cardinals of the Roman Church, transl. G. Havers. London, 1670. 2°

――. The ceremonies of the vacant see, or, A true relation of what passes at Rome upon the pope’s death, transl. J. Davies. London, 1671. 8°

[――?] The amours of Messalina, late queen of Albion … by a woman of quality, a late confident of Q. Messalina. London, 1689. 8°

LEYBOURN, William. A platform for purchasers, guide for builders, mate for measurers. London, 1668. 8°

LHUYD, Edward. Archaeologia Britannica, giving some account additional to what has been hitherto publish’d, of the languages, histories and customes of the original inhabitants of Great Britain. Oxford, 1707. 2°

LIGHTFOOT, John. The harmony, chronicle and order of the New Testament. London, 1655. 2°

――. A few, and new observations, upon the booke of Genesis. London, 1642. 4°

――. The harmony of the foure evangelists, among themselves, and with the Old Testament. London, 1647. 4°

――. A commentary upon the Acts of the Apostles: chronicall and criticall. London, 1645. 4°

――. The Temple, especially as it stood in the dayes of Our Saviour. London, 1650. 4°

――. The Temple Service as it stood in the dayes of Our Saviour. London, 1649. 4° (The last two titles probably bound together.)

LINAGE DE VAUCIENNES, Pierre. Memoires sur l’origine des guerres qui travaillent l’Europe depuis cinquante ans. Paris, 1677. 12°

LISOLA, François Paul de. The buckler of state and justice: against the design manifestly discovered of the universal monarchy, under the vain pretext of the Queen of France her pretensions, transl. [?]. London, 1667. 8°

[――.] Le politique du temps: avec les remarques nécessaires à sa parfaite intelligence. Et une dissertation historique et politique sur l’état présent de la chrétienté, etc. [s.l.], 1674. 8°

LOCKE, John. An Essay concerning humane understanding. London, 1690. 2° (A few of Shaftesbury’s marginal notes here were copied out by his nephew James Harris: Hampshire Record Office, Malmesbury Papers 9M73/G272/10, “Upon Mr Lock’s Essay L. 2. C. 27.”)

――. Two treatises of government: in the former, the false principles, and foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and his followers, are detected and overthrown. The latter is an essay concerning the true original, extent and end of civil government. London, 1690. 8°

――. Que la religion Chrétienne est très-raisonnable, telle qu’elle nous est representée dans l’Écriture Sainte, transl. P. Coste. Amsterdam, 1703. 8°

――. Posthumous works [Of the conduct of the understanding; An examination of P. Malebranche’s opinion of seeing all things in God; A discourse of miracles; Part of a fourth letter for toleration; Memoirs relating to the … first Earl of Shaftesbury; His new method of common-place book.] London, 1706. 8°

――. Some familiar letters between Mr. Locke, and several of his friends. London, 1708. 8°

[LONGEPIERRE, Hilaire Bernard de Requeleyne.] Discours sur les anciens. Paris, 1687. 12°

LUCY, William. An answer to Mr. Hobbs his Leviathan: with observations, censures, and confutations of divers errours, beginning at the seventeenth chapter of that book. London, 1673. 4°

LUDLOW, Edmund. Memoirs of [E.L.], Lieutenant General of the Horse, Commander in Chief of the forces in Ireland, one of the Council of State, and a member of the Parliament which began on November 3, 1640. Vevey, 1698. 8°

LUNADORO, Girolamo. Relatione delle Corte di Roma, e de’riti da osseruarsi in essa, e de’ suoi magistrati, & offitij, etc. Bracciano, 1650. 12°

M., D. [= François SALVAT, Sieur de Montfort.] La politique des amans, ou La connaissance du cœur. Paris, 1683. 12°

M., J. A guide to English juries: setting forth their antiquity, power, and duty. London, 1682. 12°

MACHIAVELLI, Niccolò. The works of the famous Nicolas Machiavel, transl. H. Neville. London, 1675. 2°

――. Tutte le opere. [Geneva], 1550. 4°

MAIMBOURG, Louis. Histoire du lutheranisme. Paris, 1681. 12°

MALEBRANCHE, Nicolas. De la recherche de la vérité. Paris, 1674. 12°

MALYNES, Gerard. Consuetudo, vel, Lex mercatoria, or, The antient law-merchant. London, 1629. 2°

MANESSON-MALLET, Allain. Les travaux de Mars ou La fortification nouvelle tant reguliere, qu’irreguliere. Paris, 1672. 8°

[MANLEY, Delarivière.] Secret memoirs and manners of several persons of quality, of both sexes. London, 1709. 8°

[――.] Memoirs of Europe … Written by Eginardus. London, 1710. 8°

MANSELL, Roderick. An exact and true narrative of the late popish intrigue, to form a plot, and then to cast the guilt and odium thereof upon the Protestants. London, 1680. 2° (Includes The several attempts to murther the Right Honourable, Anthony Earl of Shaftsbury.)

MANWOOD, John. A treatise of the laws of the forest. London, 1665. 4°

MARCEL, Guillaume. Tablettes chronologiques, contenant la suite des papes, empereurs et roys qui ont regné depuis la naiss. de J. Chr. jusqu’à present. Amsterdam, 1686. 12°

MARCUS AURELIUS. Marcus Aurelius Antoninus … his meditations concerning himselfe: treating of a naturall mans happinesse: wherein it consisteth, and of the meanes to attaine unto it, transl. M. Casaubon. London, 1634. 4°

――. [Another edition; also contains the life of Antoninus, transl. W. King, and notes by André and Anne Dacier.] London, 1692. 8°

MARKHAM, Gervase. A way to get wealth: containing the sixe principall vocations or callings in which everie good husband or house-wife may lawfully imploy themselves, etc. London, 1631. 4°

――. The English husbandman, including a third part, The pleasures of princes. London, 1635. 4°

MARTINELLI, Domenico. Il ritratto di Venezia. Venice, 1684. 12°

MARVELL, Andrew. The rehearsal transpros’d, or, Animadversions upon a late book, intituled, A preface, shewing what grounds there are of fears and jealousies of popery. London, 1672. 8°

[――.] The Rehearsall transpros’d: the second part. Occasioned by two letters … Answered by Andrew Marvel. London, 1673. 8°

MASCALL, Leonard. The gouernment of cattell. London, 1633. 4°

MASCARDI, Agostino. Discorsi morali di Agostino Mascardi, su la Tavola di Cebete Tebano. Venice, 1638. 4°

MAUGER, Claude. French grammar, enriched with severall choise dialogues. London, 1658. 8°

MAUPAS, Charles. A French grammar and syntaxe. London, 1634. 8°

MEADOWS, Philip. A narrative of the principal actions occurring in the wars betwixt Sueden and Denmark, before and after the Roschild Treaty, etc. London, 1677. 12°

MELVILLE, James. The memoires of Sir James Melvil of Hal-hill: containing an impartial account of the most remarkable affairs of state during the last age, not mention’d by other historians. London, 1683. 2°

MERVAULT, Pierre. The last famous siege of the city of Rochel … now translated into English for the benefit of those that do not understand the French tongue. London, 1679. 8°

MEYNIER, Honorat de. Paradoxes … contre les mathématiciens qui abusent la jeunesse. Ensemble les définitions, théorèmes et maximes d’Euclides, d’Archimèdes, de Proclus, etc. Paris, 1652. 12°

MÉZERAY, François Eudes de. Abregé chronologique ou extraict de l’histoire de France. Paris, 1668. 4°

――. [Another edition.] Amsterdam, 1688. 12°

[MIÈGE, Guy.] A relation of three embassies … performed by … the Earl of Carlisle in the years 1663 & 1664. London, 1669. 8°

――. The new state of England, under their Majesties K. William and Q. Mary. London, 1691. 12°

MILTON, John. Paradise Lost. London, 1668. 4°

――. The history of Britain, that part especially now call’d England. London, 1670. 4°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1677. 8°

――. A defence of the people of England [Pro populo Anglicano denfensio], transl. J. Washington. [Amsterdam?], 1692. 8°

MOLESWORTH, Robert Molesworth, Viscount. An account of Denmark, as it was in the year 1692. London, 1694. 8°

MOLIÈRE, Jean Baptiste Poquelin de. Les œuvres posthumes. Amsterdam, 1684. 12°

MONET, Philibert. Table des langues françoise et latine, dressée pour l’usage des basses écoles. Lyon, 1632. 8°

MONCK, George, Duke of Albemarle. Observations upon military & political affairs. London, 1671. 2°

MONTAGU, Richard. The acts and monuments of the Church before Christ Incarnate. London, 1642. 2°

MONTAIGNE, Michel de. Les essais. Paris, 1611. 8°

――. The essayes, or, Morall, politike, and militarie discourses, transl. J. Florio. London, 1632. 2°

MONTANUS, Arnoldus. Atlas Japannensis: being remarkable addresses by way of embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces to the Emperor of Japan, transl. J. Ogilby. London, 1670. 2°

――. Atlas Chinensis: being a second part of a relation of remarkable passage in two embassies from the East-India Company of the United Provinces, transl. J. Ogilby. London, 1671. 2° (Bound up with the Atlas Japannensis?)

MOORE, Jonas. Modern fortification, or, Elements of military architecture. London, 1673. 8°

――. A new systeme of the mathematicks. London, 1681. 4°

MORE, Henry. An explanation of the grand mystery of Godliness. London, 1660. 2°

――. A collection of several philosophical writings. London, 1662. 2°

MORÉRI, Louis. Le grand dictionaire historique, ou Le mélange curieux de l’histoire sainte et profane. Lyon, 1674. 2°

――. [Another edition.] Amsterdam, 1698. 2°

MORICE, William. Coena quasi koinê: the common right to the Lords supper asserted in a diatribe and defence thereof, against the apology of some ministers. London, 1660. 2°

MORIGI, Paolo. Il duomo di Milano descritto. Milan, 1642. 12°

MORSELLI, Adriano and Guiseppe Felice TOSI. Amulio e Numitore. Drama per musica da recitarsi nel famoso Teatro Grimano di S. Gio. Grisostomo l’anno 1689. Venice, 1689. 12°

MORTON, Thomas. A defence of the innocencie of the three ceremonies of the Church of England: viz. the surplice, crosse after baptisme, and kneeling at the receiuing of the blessed Sacrament. London, 1619. 4°

MOUFET, Thomas. Health’s improvement, or, Rules comprising and discovering the nature, method, and manner of preparing all sorts of food used in this nation, ed. C. Bennet. London, 1655. 4°

MOXON, Joseph. A tutor to astronomie and geographie. London, 1659. 4°

M., A. Philopatris [= Alexander MUDIE.] Scotiae Indiculum, or, The present state of Scotland. London, 1682. 12°

MUN, Thomas. England’s treasure by forraign trade, or, the ballance of our forraign trade is the rule of our treasure, ed. J. Mun. London, 1664. 8°

N., P. An exact abridgment of all the trials (not omitting any material passage therein) which have been published since the year 1678: relating to the popish and pretended Protestant-plots in the reigns of King Charles the 2d, and King James the 2d. London, 1690. 8°

NALSON, John. A true copy of the journal of the High Court of Justice, for the tryal of K. Charles I. London, 1684. 2°

――. The common interest of king and people. London, 1678. 8°

NANI, Battista. The history of the affairs of Europe in this present age: but more particularly of the republick of Venice, transl R. Honywood. London, 1673. 2°

NAUDÉ, Gabriel. Considérations politiques sur les coups d’estat. [Amsterdam], 1667. 12°

NELSON, Robert. A companion for the feastivals and fasts of the Church of England: with collects and prayers for each solemnity. London, 1705. 8°

[NETHERLANDS.] Nederlandtsche placcaet-boeck: waerinne alle voornaemste placcaten, ordonnantien, accorden, ende andere acten ende munimenten, uyt-ghegeven by de EE. Hoog-Mogende Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenigde Nederlantsche Provintien … vervat ende begrepen worden. Amsterdam, 1644. 2°

[NETHERLANDS.] Placaet, vande Ed: Groot Mogen: Heeren Staten van Hollandt ende West-Vrieslandt, tegens het inbrengen, drucken, verkoopen, ofte stroyen van alderhande argerlicke ende seditieuse Boecxkens, Liedekens, als mede tegens seecker Boeck genaemt Defensio Regia pro Carolo primo, etc. ’sGraven-Hage, 1650. 4°

NEVILLE, Henry. Plato redivivus, or, A dialogue concerning government, wherein … an endeavour is used to discover the present politick distemper. London, 1681. 8°

NEWCASTLE, William Cavendish, first Duke of. A new method and extraordinary invention to dress horses. London, 1667. 2°

NEWMAN, Samuel. A concordance to the Holy Scriptures. Cambridge, 1698. 2°

NORDEN, John. The surueiors dialogue. London, 1618. 4°

NORRIS, John. Letters concerning the love of God [between Mary Astell and John Norris]. London, 1695. 8°

[NYE, Philip.] The lawfulnes of the oath of supremacy and power of the civil magistrate in ecclesiastical affairs: and subordination of churches thereunto. London, 1662. 8°

NYE, Stephen. The doctrine of the Holy Trinity, and the manner of our Saviour’s divinity: as they are held in the Catholic Church, and the Church of England. London, 1701. 8°

――. Institutions, concerning the holy Trinity, and the manner of our Saviour’s divinity. London, 1703. 8°

OATES, Titus. The popes ware-house, or, The merchandise of the whore of Rome. London, 1679. 2°

――. A true narrative of the horrid plot and conspiracy of the Popish party against the life of his Sacred Majesty, the government, and the Protestant religion. London, 1679. 2°

――. The witch of Endor. London, 1679. 2°

OGILBY, John. The entertainment of His Most Excellent Majestie Charles II, in his passage through the city of London to his coronation. London, 1662. 2°

――. Africa, being an accurate description of the regions of Aegypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Aethiopia and the Abyssines, etc. London, 1670. 2°

――. America: being the latest, and most accurate description of the new world: containing the original of the inhabitants, and the remarkable voyages thither, the conquest of the vast empires of Mexico and Peru, etc. London, 1671. 2° (Bound up with Africa?)

[OLDISWORTH, William.] A dialogue between Timothy and Philatheus: In which the principles and projects of a late whimsical book, intituled, The rights of the Christian Church, &c., are fairly stated, and answered in their kind. London, 1709. 8°

[OLDMIXON, John.] The history of addresses: By one very near a kin to the author of the Tale of a tub. London, 1709. 8°

OSBORNE, Francis. Historical memoires on the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James. London, 1658. 12°

――. A miscellany of sundry essayes, paradoxes, and problematicall discourses, letters and characters: together with politicall deductions from the history of the Earl of Essex executed under Queen Elizabeth. London, 1659. 12°

――. The works … divine, moral, historical, political. London, 1673. 8°

OVID and VIRGIL. Ouids Metamorphosis Englished, mythologiz’d, and represented in figures. An essay to the translation of Virgil’s Aeneis, transl. G. Sandys. Oxford, 1632. 2°

OWEN, John. Truth and innocence vindicated: in a survey of a discourse concerning ecclesiastical polity, and the authority of the civil magistrate over the consciences of subjects in matters of religion. London, 1669. 8°

――. An enquiry into the original nature … and communion of Evangelical Churches. London, 1681. 4°

[PALATINATE.] Relation des violences exercées par les François au Palatinat à la fin de l’année 1673 & au commencement de 1674, etc. Cologne, 1675. 12°

PALLADIO, Andrea. The first book of architecture, transl. G. Richards. London, 1668. 4°

PARIVAL, Jean-Nicolas de. The history of this iron age: wherein is set down the true state of Europe, as it was in the year 1500, transl. B. Harris. London, 1656. 2°

PARIVAL, Jean Nicolas de. Abregé de l’histoire de ce siecle de fer, contenant les miseres et calamitez des derniers temps, avec leurs causes & pretextes, jusques au couronnement du Roy des Romains Ferdinand IV. Brussels, 1655. 8°

[PARKER, Samuel.] A discourse of ecclesiastical politie: wherein the authority of the civil magistrate over the consciences of subjects in matters of religion is asserted: the mischiefs and inconveniences of toleration are represented, and all pretenses pleaded in behalf of liberty of conscience are fully answered. London, 1670. 8°

[――.] A defence and continuation of the Ecclesiastical politie. London, 1671. 8°

[――.] A Reproof to the Rehearsal transprosed, in a discourse to its author. London, 1673. 8°

PARKINSON, John. Theatrum botanicum: The theater of plants, or, An herball of a large extent, etc. London, 1640. 2°

――. Paradisi in sole, paradisus terrestris, or, A garden of all sorts of pleasant flowers which our English ayre will permitt to be noursed up, etc. London, 1629. 2°

PARR, Richard. The life and acts of the Most Reverend Father in God, James Usher, late Lord Arch-bishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of all Ireland: with a collection of three hundred letters, etc. London, 1686. 2°

PARUTA, Paolo. Historia Vinetiana. Venice, 1645. 4°

PATIN, Charles. Introduzione alla storia della pratica delle medaglie, transl. G. Belli. Venice, 1673. 12°

PATRICK, John. Reflexions upon the devotions of the Roman Church. London, 1674. 8°

PATRICK, Simon. The parable of the pilgrim. London, 1665. 4°

[――.] A friendly debate between a conformist and a non-conformist. London, 1669. 8°

――. The book of Job paraphras’d. London, 1679. 8°

――. Two sermons: one against murmuring, the other against censuring: preached at St. Paul’s Covent-Garden. London, 1689. 4°

PENKETHMAN, John. Accompts of merchandise ready computed. London, 1668. 12°

PÉRÉFIXE DE BEAUMONT, Hardouin de. The history of Henry IV. Surnamed the Great, King of France and Navarre, transl. [J. Davies or J. Dauncey]. London, 1672. 8°

PEREGRINO, Raphael [= Antonio PÉREZ]. Pedacos de historia, ô, relaçiones, assy llamádas por sus autores los Peregrinos. Retrato al vivo del natural de la Fortuna, etc. Leon, [1594]. 4°

[PERRAULT, Nicolas.] The Jesuits Morals, transl. E. Tonge. London, 1670. 2°

PETTUS, John. Fodinae regales, or, The history, laws and places of the chief mines and mineral works in England, Wales, and the English pale in Ireland. London, 1670. 2°

――. The constitution of parliaments in England. London, 1680. 8°

PETYT, William. The antient right of the Commons of England asserted, or, A discourse proving by records and the best historians, that the Commons of England were ever an essential part of Parliament. London, 1680. 8°

――. Miscellanea parliamentaria: containing presidents, 1. of freedom from arrests. 2. of censures, etc. London, 1680. 8°

PHILALETHES [= James TYRRELL]. Patriarcha non monarcha: The patriarch unmonarch’d: being observations on a late treatise and divers other miscellanies, published under the name of Sir Robert Filmer. London, 1681. 8°

PHILALETHES [= Richard MAYHEW]. Sichah, or, A tract of meditation upon three sections. London, 1682. 8°

PHILANGLUS [= William PETYT]. Britannia languens, or, A discourse of trade. London, 1680. 8°

PHILARETUS ANTHROPOPOLITA. Some seasonable remarks upon the deplorable fall of the Emperour Julian: with an epistle of his to the citizens of Bostra. Now made English. London, 1681. 4°

PHILIPOT, John. Villare Cantianum, or, Kent surveyed and illustrated. London, 1659. 2°

PHILLIPPES, Henry. The purchasers pattern. London, 1656. 12°

PHILIPPS, Fabian. Tenenda non tollenda, or, The necessity of preserving tenures in capite and by knight-service. London, 1660. 4°

――. The antiquity, legality, reason, duty and necessity of prae-emption and pourveyance, for the King, or, Compositions for his pourveyance. London, 1663. 4°

――. Regale necessarium, or, The legality, reason, and necessity of the rights and priviledges justly claimed by the Kings servants. London, 1671. 4°

――. The reforming registry, or, A representation of the very many mischeifs and inconveniences which will unavoidably happen by the needless, chargeable, and destructive way of registries proposed to be erected in every county of England and Wales. London, 1671. 4°

PHILLIPS, Edward. The new world of words, or, A general English dictionary. London, 1671. 2°

PHILLIPS, William. Studii legalis ratio, or, Directions for the study of the law. London, 1667. 12°

PITHOYS, Claude [= Jean Pierre CAMUS]. L’Apocalypse de Meliton. Ou Reuelation des mysteres cenobitiques par Meliton. Sainct Leger [Sedan], 1668. 12°

PITT, Moses. The English atlas. Oxford, 1680. 2°

PLATINA, Baptista. The lives of the popes, transl. P. Rycaut. London, 1685. 2°

PLUTARCH with SENECA and EPICTETUS. Les morales de Plutarque, Seneque, Socrate et Epictete, transl. J. Desmarets de Saint-Sorlin. Paris, 1655. 12°

PLUTARCH. Traitté de la superstition, transl. T. Le Fèvre. Saumur, 1666. 12°

――. The third volume of Plutarch’s Lives, translated from the Greek by several hands. London, 1684. 8°

PLUVINEL, Antoine de and René de Menou, Seigneur de CHARNIZAY. L’escuyer françois contenant l’exercice de monter à cheval. Paris, 1671. 8°

POCKLINGTON, John. Altare Christianum, or, The dead vicars plea. London, 1637. 4°

POMEY, François. Les particules reduites en une methode plus facile que toutes les précedentes. Avec un abregé tres-clair des genres, des declinaisons, des heteroclites, des preterits & de toute la syntaxe. Lyon, 1690. 12°

PONET, John. An apologie fully aunsweringe by Scriptures and aunceant doctors, a blasphemose book gatherid by D. Steph. Gardiner … and other papists. [Strasbourg], 1556. 8°

POOLE, Matthew. A dialogue between a Popish priest and an English Protestant. London, 1672. 12°

POWELL, Thomas. The attourney’s academy, or, The manner and forme of proceeding practically upon any suite, plaint or action whatsoever in any court of record whatsoever, within this kingdome. London, 1630. 4°

PRANCE, Miles. A true narrative and discovery of several very remarkable passages relating to the horrid Popish plot. London, 1679. 2°

PRIDEAUX, Mathias. An easy and compendious introduction for reading all sorts of histories. Oxford, 1682. 4°

PRIMATT, Stephen. The city & country purchaser & builder. London, either [1667?] or 1680 (second edition, ed. W. Leybourne). 8°

PRYNNE, William. The fourth part of The soveraigne power of parliaments and kingdomes. London, 1643. 4°

――. A plea for the lords, and House of Peers, or, A full, necessary, seasonable, enlarged vindication, of the just, antient hereditary right of the lords, peers, and barons of this realm to sit, vote, judge in all the parliaments of England. London, 1658. 4°

――. The first part of a brief register, kalendar and survey of the several kinds, forms of all parliamentary writs. London, 1659. 4°

――. A short sober pacific examination of some exuberances in, and ceremonial appurtenances to the Common prayer, etc. London, 1661. 4°

――. An exact chronological vindication and historical demonstration of our British, Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman, English kings supream ecclesiastical jurisdiction over all prelates, persons, causes, within their kingdomes and dominions. London, 1666. 2°

――. Aurum reginae, or, A compendious tractate, and chronological collection of records in the Tower, and Court of Exchequer concerning queen-gold. London, 1668. 4°

――. Brief animadversions on, amendments of, & additional explanatory records to, the fourth part of the Institutes of the lawes of England … compiled by the late famous lawyer Sir Edward Cooke, etc. London, 1669. 2°

PUFENDORF, Samuel, Freiherr von. Suite de l’introduction à l’histoire des principaux etats de l’Europe. Utrecht, 1689. 12°

PYRARD, François. Voyage, contenant sa navigation aux Indes orientales, Maldives, Moluques et au Brésil. Paris, 1679. 4°

RAGUENET, François. Parallèle des Italiens et des Français en ce qui regarde la musique et les opéras. Amsterdam, 1702. 12°

[RALEIGH, Walter.] The history of the world. London, 1614. 2°

RAMUS, Petrus. Via regia ad geometriam. The way to geometry, transl. W. Bedwell. London, 1636. 4°

RANCHIN, Guillaume. A review of the Councell of Trent, transl. G. Langbaine. Oxford, 1638. 2°

[RAPIN, René.] Reflections upon the eloquence of these times, particularly of the barr and the pulpit, transl. [?]. London, 1672. 8°

――. The comparison of Plato and Aristotle, transl. J. Dancer. London, 1673. 8° (Also contains Dancer’s translation of Charles Marguetel de Saint Denis, Seigneur de SAINT-ÉVREMOND, Judgement on Alexander & Caesar.)

RATHBONE, Aaron. The surveyor. London, 1616. 2°

REA, John. Flora, seu, De florum cultura, or, A complete florilege, furnished with all requisites belonging to a florist. London, 1665. 2°

RICHELIEU, Armand Jean du Plessis, Duc de. Journal de Monsieur le Cardinal Duc de Richelieu. Paris, 1665. 12°

RIDLEY, Thomas. A view of the civile and ecclesiasticall law: and wherein the practice of them is streitned and may be relieved within this land. Oxford, 1662. 8°

[RIDPATH, George.] An historical account of the ancient rights and power of the Parliament of Scotland … to which is prefix’d a short introduction upon government in general. [Edinburgh?], 1703. 4°

RIPA, Cesare. Iconologia, of uytbealdingen des verstands. Amsterdam, 1644. 4°

ROBERTS, Lewes. The merchants mappe of commerce. London, 1638. 2°

ROCCABELLA, Tomaso. Iddio operante. (Idea dell’ opera di M. Priuli). Venice, 1645. 4°

ROCHEFORT, César de. Histoire naturelle et morale des iles Antilles de l’Amérique. Rotterdam, 1665. 4°

ROHAN, Henri, Duc de. The complete captain, or, An abbridgement of Cesars warres, transl. J. Cruso. Cambridge, 1640. 8°

――. Memoires. Paris, 1665. 12°

――. Intérêts et maximes des princes & des estats souverains. Amsterdam, 1666. 12°

ROLLE, Henry. Un abridgment des plusieurs cases et resolutions del common ley. London, 1668. 2°

[ROME.] Conclave per la morte di Clemente X., S.M., nel quale fu creato papa il Signor Cardinale, Benedetto Odescalchi da Como, Innocentio XI. Cologne, 1677. 12°

ROSSI, Filippo de. Ritratto di Roma antica. Rome, 1688. 8°

――. Ritratto di Roma moderna. Rome, 1689. 8°

ROSSI, Giovanni Giacomo de. Indice delle stampe in rame, al bulino & all’acqua forte esistenti nella stamperia. Rome, 1677. 12°

ROUS, Francis (the Younger). Archæologiæ Atticæ libri septem. Oxford, 1667. 4°

――. [Another edition.] Oxford, 1658. 4°

[ROYAL SOCIETY.] Philosophical transactions, ed. H. Oldenburg. London, 1665 ff. 4° (Crell counted nine volumes in all.)

RUSHWORTH, John. Historical collections of private passages of state, weighty matters in law, remarkable proceedings in five Parliaments. London, 1659. 2°

――. The tryal of Thomas Earl of Strafford, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. London, 1680. 2°

RUTHERFORD, Samuel. Mr. Rutherfoord’s letters [first published as Joshua redivivus]. [London?], 1675. 8°

RYCAUT, Paul. The history of the present state of the Ottoman Empire. London, 1675. 8°

――. The history of the Turkish Empire: from the year 1623 to the year 1677. London, 1680. 2°

SACHEVERELL, Henry. The tryal of Doctor Henry Sacheverell, before the House of Peers, for High Crimes and Misdemeanor. London, 1710. 2° (Donated to the Cranston Library in December 1711.)

[SADLER, John.] Rights of the kingdom, or, Customs of our ancestors: touching the duty, power, election, or succession of our Kings and Parliaments, our true liberty, due allegiance, three estates, their legislative power, etc. London, 1682. 4°

S. E., M. de [= Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Charles, Seigneur de SAINT-ÉVREMOND]. Œuvres meslées. Paris, 1670. 12°

――. [another edition.] Amsterdam, 1706. 12°

――. Mélange curieux des meilleures pièces, ed. P. Des Maizeaux. Amsterdam, 1706. 12°

SALUSBURY, Thomas. Mathematical collections and translations. London, 1661. 2°

SAMMES, Aylett. Britannia antiqua illustrata, or, The antiquities of ancient Britain, derived from the Phœnicians. London, 1676. 2°

SANDERSON, William. A compleat history of the lives and reigns of Mary Queen of Scotland, and of her son and successor, James the Sixth of Scotland, etc. London, 1656. 2°

SANDFORD, Francis. A genealogical history of the kings of England, and monarchs of Great Britain, &c. from the conquest, anno 1066 to the year, 1677. In the Savoy [London], 1677. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1683. 2°

S., G. [= George SANDYS.] Anglorum speculum, or, The worthies of England, in church and state. London, 1684. 8° (An abridgement of Thomas Fuller.)

SANTI BARTOLI, Pietro. Colonna Traiana eretta dal senato, e popolo Romano all’ imperatore Traiano Augusto nel suo foro in Roma. Rome, [1673]. 2°

SARNELLI, Pompeo. Guida de’forestieri, curiosi di vedere, e d’intendere le cose più notabili della regal città di Napoli, e del suo amenissimo distretto. Naples, 1688. 12°

SARPI, Paolo. The history of the quarrels of Pope Paul V. with the state of Venice, transl. C. Potter. London, 1626. 4°

――. The historie of the Councel of Trent, transl. N. Brent. London, 1640. 2°

S., H. [= Henry SCOBELL.]. Memorials of the method and maner of proceedings in Parliament in passing bills. London, 1658. 8°

SCHEFFER, Johannes. The history of Lapland: wherein are shewed the original, manners, habits, marriages, conjurations, &c. of that people, transl. A. Cremer. Oxford, 1674. 2°

[SCOTLAND.] The Booke of common prayer … for the use of the Church of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1637. 2°

[SCOTLAND.]. The Rates of his Majesties Customes. Edinburgh, 1670. 8°

S., P. de [= Pietro de’SEBASTIANI]. Pitture più notabili nelle chiese di Roma. Rome, 1677. 12°

SELDEN, John. The history of tithes. [London], 1618. 4°

――. Titles of honor. London, 1631. 2°

――. The priviledges of the baronage of England. London, 1642. 8°

――. Theanthropos, or, God made man: a tract proving the nativity of our Saviour to be on the 25. of December. London, 1661. 8°

――. Of the judicature in parliaments. London, [1681?]. 8°

――. An historical and political discourse of the laws & government of England, ed. N. Bacon. London, 1689. 2°

[SERGEANT, John?] Reflexions upon the oathes of supremacy and allegiance. [London?], 1661. 8° (Attributed variously to John Sergeant, Serenus Cressy, or John Austin.)

SHADWELL, Thomas. Perhaps The history of Timon of Athens, the man-hater. London, 1688. 4° (Crell’s entry reads: “SHAKESPEAR’S: SHADWELL’S &c. Tragedys, Plays &c. London 1687.”)

SHAKESPEARE, William. Possibly Macbeth, or Othello, or Titus Andronicus. London, 1687. 4°

SHARROCK, Robert. The history of the propagation and improvement of vegetables by the concurrence of art and nature. Oxford, 1660. 8°

SHAW, Joseph. Letters to a nobleman from a gentleman travelling thro’ Holland, Flanders and France: With a description of Ghent, Lisle, &c. and of the courts of Versailles and St. Germains. London, 1709. 8° (The “nobleman” is Shaftesbury.)

SHEPPARD, William. The touch-stone of common assurances, or, A plain and familiar treatise opening the learning of the common assurances or conveyances of the kingdome. London, 1648. 4°

――. A grand abridgment of the common and statute law of England. London, 1675. 4°

[SHERIDAN, Thomas.] A discourse of the rise & power of parliaments, of law’s, of courts of judicature, of liberty, property, and religion … In a letter from a gentleman in the country to a member in Parliament. [London], 1677. 8°

SHERLEY, Anthony. Sir Anthony Sherley his relation of his trauels into Persia. London, 1613. 4°

[Shower, Bartholomew.] Cases in Parliament, resolved and adjudged, upon petitions, and writs of error. London, 1698. 2°

SIDNEY, Algernon. Discourses concerning government. London, 1698. 2°

SILHON, Jean de. Le ministre d’estat: avec le véritable usage de la politique moderne. Paris, 1642. 8°

SIMON, Richard. Histoire critique du Vieux Testament. [Amsterdam], 1680. 4°

SIRI, Vittorio. Il Mercurio, overo historia de’ correnti tempi. Casale, 1644. 4° (The first three volumes only.)

――. Bollo … nel Mercurio veridico de Sig. Dottore Birago. Modena, 1653. 4°

SOMERS, John Somers, Baron. The security of English-mens lives, or, The trust, power, and duty of the grand jurys of England. London, 1681. 8°

[SOUTH, Robert.] Animadversions upon Dr. Sherlock’s book, entituled ‘A vindication of the Holy and ever-blessed Trinity’, etc. London, 1693. 4°

[SOUVERAIN, Matthieu.] Le platonisme devoilé, ou, Essai touchant le verbe platonicien. Cologne [Netherlands], 1700. 8°

[SPANHEIM, Friedrich (the Younger).] Lettre à un amy où l’on rend compte d’un livre qui a pour titre, Histoire critique du Vieux Testament publié à Paris en 1678. Amsterdam, 1679. 12°

SPARROW, Anthony (ed.). A collection of articles, injunctions, canons, orders, ordinances, and constitutions ecclesiastical, with other publick records of the Church of England. London, 1661. 4°

SPEED, John. The history of Great Britaine under the conquests of ye Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans. London, 1614. 2°

――. An epitome of Mr. John Speed’s Theatre of the empire of Great Britain: and of his Prospect of the most famous parts of the world. London, 1676. 2°

SPENSER, Edmund. The faerie queen: The shepheards calendar [and other works]. [London], 1617. 2°

SPOTTISWOODE, John. The history of the Church of Scotland. London, 1655. 2°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1677. 2°

SPRAT, Thomas. History of the Royal-Society of London: for the improving of natural knowledge. London, 1667. 4°

SPRINT, John. Cassander Anglicanus: shewing the necessity of conformitie to the prescribed ceremonies of our Church, in case of deprivation. London, 1618. 4°

STANFORD, William. Les plees del corone: divisées in plusors titles & common lieux. Per queux home pluis redement & plenairement trovera quelque chose que il quira, touchant les dits plees. London, 1607. 4°

STANLEY, Thomas. The history of philosophy, in eight parts. London, 1656. 2°

STEWARD, Richard. Three sermons [with another by Samuel HARSNETT]. London, 1656. 12°

STILLINGFLEET, Edward. Origines sacrae, or, A rational account of the grounds of Christian faith. London, 1662. 4°

――. A sermon preached November V, 1673, at St. Margarets Westminst. London, 1674. 4°

――. Origines sacrae, etc. London, 1675. 4°

――. Several conferences between a Romish priest, a fanatick chaplain, and a divine of the Church of England concerning the idolatry of the Church of Rome, being a full answer to the late dialogues of T.G. London, 1679. 8°

――. The grand question concerning the bishops right to vote in Parliament in cases capital, stated and argued, etc. London, 1680. 8°

――. A discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome, and the danger of salvation in the communion of it. London, 1671. 8°

――. A second discourse in vindication of the Protestant grounds of faith, against the pretence of infallibility in the Roman Church. London, 1673. 8°

――. An answer to Mr. Cressy’s Epistle apologetical to a person of honour touching his vindication of Dr. Stillingfleet. London, 1675. 8°

――. A defence of the Discourse concerning idolatry practised in the Church of Rome, in answer to a book entituled, Catholicks no idolaters. London, 1676. 8°

STILLINGFLEET, John. Shecinah, or, A demonstration of the divine presence in the places of the religious worship. London, 1663. 8°

STONE, John. The reading upon the statute of the thirteenth of Elizabeth, chapter 7: touching bankrupts, learnedly and amply explained. London, 1656. 8°

[STOPPA, Giovanni Battista.] La religion des Hollandois. Paris, 1673. 12°

STRADA, Famiano. De bello Belgico: The history of the Low-Countrey warres, transl. R. Stapleton. London, 1650. 2°

STUBBE, Henry. An essay in defence of the good old cause, or, A discourse concerning the rise and extent of the power of the civil magistrate in reference to spiritual affairs. London, 1659. 8°

[――.] A light shining out of darknes, or, Occasional queries submitted to the judgment of such as would enquire into the true state of things in our times … with a brief apologie for the Quakers, that they are not inconsistent with a magistracy. London, 1659. 4°

――. The plus ultra reduced to non plus, or, A specimen of some animadversions upon the Plus ultra of Mr. Glanvill, wherein sundry errors of some virtuosi are discovered, the credit of the Aristotelians in part re-advanced. London, 1670. 4°

――. A justification of the present war against the Vnited Netherlands. London, 1673. 4°

SULLY, Maximilien de Béthune, Duc de. Mémoires, ou oeconomies royales d’estat. Rouen, 1663. 12°

SUTCLIFFE, Matthew. The practice, proceedings, and lawes of armes. London, 1593. 4°

SWINBURNE, Henry. A briefe treatise of testaments and last wils. London, 1635. 4°

TAISNIER, Jean. A very necessarie and profitable booke concerning nauigation, compiled in Latin by Ioannes Taisnierus, transl. R. Eden. London, [1575?]. 4°

TAVERNIER, Jean-Baptiste. The six voyages of John Baptista Tavernier, a noble man of France now living, through Turky into Persia, and the East-Indies, finished in the year 1670 etc., transl. J. Phillips. London, 1678. 2°

TAYLOR, Jeremy. The real presence and spirituall of Christ in the blessed sacrament proved against the doctrine of transubstantiation. London, 1654. 8°

――. The rule and exercises of holy living, bound up with The rule and exercises of holy dying. London, 1654/55. 12°

――. Symbolon êthiko-polemikon [Gk], or, A collection of polemical and moral discourses. London, 1657. 2°

――. Ductor dubitantium, or, The rule of conscience in all her generall measures: serving as a great instrument for the determination of cases of conscience. London, 1660. 2°

――. The rule and exercises of holy living. London, 1663. 8°

――. A dissuasive from popery. London, 1664. 8°

TAYLOR, Nathanael. A preservative against deism: Shewing the great advantage of revelation above reason, in the two great points, pardon of sin, and a future state of happiness, etc. London, 1698. 8°

TEMPLE, John. The Irish rebellion, or, An history of the beginnings and first progress of the general rebellion raised within the kingdom of Ireland … in the year 1641. London, 1646. 4°

TEMPLE, William. An introduction to the history of England. London, 1695. 8°

――. Memoirs of what past in Christendom, from the war begun in 1672 to the peace concluded 1679. London, 1709. 8°

THÉVENOT, Melchisedech. Relations de divers voyages curieux, qui n’ont point esté publiées, ou qui ont esté traduites d’Hacluyt, de Purchas, et d’autres voyageurs. Paris, 1663. 2°

THORNDIKE, Herbert. Just weights and measures: that is, the present state of religion weighed in the balance, and measured by the standard of the sanctuary. London, 1662. 4°

TILLOTSON, John. The lawfulness, and obligation of oaths. A sermon preach’d at the assises held at Kingston upon Thames, July 21. 1681. London, 1681. 4°

――. The works … containing fifty four sermons and discourses, on several occasions. Together with ‘The rule of faith’. London, 1707. 2°

TIMSON, John. The bar to free admission to the Lords Supper removed, or, A vindication of Mr. Humfreys free admission to the sacrament of the Lords Supper, etc. London, 1654. 8°

[TINDAL, Matthew.] An essay concerning the power of the magistrate and the rights of mankind in matters of religion. London, 1697. 8°

[――.] The rights of the Christian church asserted. London, 1706. 8°

[――.] A defence of the rights of the Christian church. London, 1707. 8°

[――.] Four discourses [Of obedience to the supreme powers; Of the laws of nations; Of the power of the magistrate; Of the liberty of the press]. London, 1709. 8°

[TOLAND, John.] Christianity not mysterious. London, 1696. 8°

[――.] The militia reform’d, or, An easy scheme of furnishing England with a constant land-force. London, 1698. 8°

――. Anglia libera, or, The limitation and succession of the crown of England explain’d and asserted. London, 1701. 8°

――. Vindicius liberius, or, M. Toland’s defence of himself, against the late Lower House of Convocation, etc. London, 1702. 8°

TOTHILL, William. The transactions of the high court of Chancery. London, either 1649 or 1671. 8°

[TRENCHARD, John and Walter MOYLE.] An argument, shewing, that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government, and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchy. London, 1697. 4°

[TRENCHARD, John.] The natural history of superstition. [London], 1709. 8°

TRUSSELL, John. A continuation of the collection of the history of England, beginning where Samuel Daniell … ended, with the raigne of Edward the third, and ending where … vicount Saint Albones began, with the life of Henry the seventh. London, 1636. 2°

TURBERVILE, George. The booke of faulconrie or hauking. London, 1575. 4°

――. The noble arte of venerie or hunting. London, 1575]. 4° (These two titles probably bound together.)

TURENNE, Henri de La Tour d’Auvergne (the Younger), Viscount de [biography]. Abregé de la vie de Monsieur de Turenne, ou reflexions sur quelques affaires du temps. “Ville-Franche: C. de la Verité” [Amsterdam?], 1676. 12°

――. La vie du Vicomte de Turenne. The Hague, 1688. 12°

TURNOR, Thomas. The case of the bankers and their creditors … as it was inclosed in a letter to a friend, by a true lover of his king and countrey, and sufferer for loyalty. London, 1675. 8°

TWYSDEN, Roger. An historicall vindication of the Church of England in point of schism. London, 1657. 4°

TYRRELL, James. A brief disquisition of the law of nature, according to the principles and method laid down in the Reverend Dr. Cumberland’s … Latin treatise on that subject. As also his confutations of Mr. Hobbs’s principles put into another method. London, 1692. 8°

――. The general history of England, as well ecclesiastical as civil. London, 1696. 2°

USSHER, James. An answer to a challenge made by a Jesuite in Ireland. London, 1631. 4°

VENERONI, Giovanni. Le maître Italien. Paris, 1687. 12°

VENNER, Tobias. Via recta ad vitam longam, or, A plaine philosophical discourse of the nature, faculties, and effects, of all such things as by way of nourishments, and dieteticall obseruations, make for the preseruation of health, with their iust applications vnto euery age, constitution of bodie, and time of yeare. London, [unclear which of the eight editions published between 1620 and 1660]. 4°

VERNON, Christopher. Considerations for regulating the exchequer, in the more timely answering, better husbanding, and more orderly and safe conduct of the revenues of the crown into His Majesties coffers, as hath been heretofore used by sheriffes, etc. London, 1642. 8°

[VILLEDIEU, Madame de: = Marie Catherine Hortense DESJARDINS.] Les desordres de l’amour. Paris, 1676. 12°

――. Mémoires de la vie de Henriette-Sylvie de Molière. Liège, 1676. 12°

VIRGIL. The works of Virgil… Translated into English verse, by J. Dryden. London, 1697. 2°

――. The works, transl. (verse) R. Maitland, Earl of Lauderdale. London, [1709]. 8°

VOITURE, Vincent de. Les oeuvres. Paris, 1654. 4°

Waghenaer, Lucas Janszoon. The mariners mirrour, transl. A. Ashley. [London], 1588. 2° (The translator was Shaftesbury’s great-great-grandfather.)

[WALKER, Obadiah.] Of education, especially of young gentlemen. Oxford, 1673. 12°

WALKLEY, Thomas. A new catalogue of the dukes, marquesses, earls, viscounts, barons, of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with their names, sirnames, and titles of honor. London, 1652. 8°

WALL, Thomas. A Christian warning-piece for all true Protestants … Wherein is … shewed, the … causes why the Lord in former ages brought his … judgments on his own people … All which being applied to the present state of Protestants, is proved … that it is the same cause still for which the Lord is bringing his severe judgments on his Protestant people, etc. London, 1680. 4°

WALSH, Peter. A prospect of the state of Ireland: from the year of the world 1756. to the year of Christ 1652. [London], 1682. 8°

WASHINGTON, Robert. Some observations upon the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the kings of England. London, 1689. 8°

WEBB, John. An historical essay endeavouring a probability that the language of the Empire of China is the primitive language. London, 1669. 8°

WENTWORTH, Thomas. The office and duty of executors, or, A treatise of wills and executors. London, 1663. 8°

WHICHCOTE, Benjamin. Several Discourses, ed. J. Jeffery. London, 1701. 8°

WHISTON, William. A short view of the chronology of the Old Testament, and of the harmony of the four evangelists. Cambridge, 1702. 4°

――. Sermons and essays upon several subjects. London, 1709. 8°

WHITBY, Daniel. Romish doctrines not from the beginning, or, A reply to what [Serenus Cressy] a Roman Catholick hath returned to Dr. Pierce’s sermon preached before His Majesty at Whitehall, in vindication of our Church against the novelties of Rome. London, 1664. 4°

――. Dos pou stô [Gk], or, An answer to Sure footing … wherein the rule and guide of faith, the interest of reason, and the authority of the Church in matters of faith, are fully handled and vindicated, from the exceptions of Mr. Serjeant, and petty flirts of Fiat lux, etc. Oxford, 1666. 8°

――. Logos tês pisteôs [Gk], or, An endeavour to evince the certainty of Christian faith in generall. Oxford, 1671. 8°

――. The absurdity and idolatry of host-worship proved, by shewing how it answers what is said in Scripture and the writtings of the Fathers, to shew the folly and idolatry committed in the worship of heathen deities, etc. London, 1679. 8°

[――.] The Protestant reconciler: humbly pleading for condescention to dissenting brethren in things indifferent and unnecessary for the sake of peace, etc. London, 1683. 8°

[――.] A treatise of traditions. London, 1688. 4°

WHITE, Jeremiah. A perswasive to moderation and forbearance in love among the divided forms of Christians. London, 1708. 8°

WHITE, Thomas. The grounds of obedience and government. London, 1655. 12°

WHITEHALL, John. The Leviathan found out, or, The answer to Mr. Hobbes’s ‘Leviathan’, in that which my Lord of Clarendon hath past over. London, 1679. 8°

[WHITELOCKE, Bulstrode.] Memorials of the English affairs, or, An historical account of what passed from the beginning of the reign of King Charles I. to King Charles II. his happy restauration. London, 1682. 2°

WICQUEFORT, Abraham de. L’ambassadeur et ses fonctions. The Hague, 1682. 4°

WILKINS, John. An essay towards a real character, and a philosophical language. London, 1668. 2°

WILKINSON, John. A treatise … concerning the office and authorities of coroners and sherifes. London, 1638. 8°

[WILLIAM I, Prince of Orange.] A iustification or cleering of the Prince of Orendge agaynst the false sclaunders, wherewith his ilwillers goe about to charge him wrongfully. Translated out of French by Arthur Goldyng. London, [1575]. 4°

[WILLIAM III, King of England.] A collection of state tracts, publish’d on occasion of the late revolution in 1688 and during the reign of King William III. London, 1705-07. 2°

WILSON, Arthur. The history of Great Britain, being the life and reign of King James the First, relating to what passed from his first access to the crown, till his death. London, 1653. 2°

WINGATE, Edmund. Maximes of reason, or, The reason of the common law of England. London, 1658. 2°

――. An exact abridgement of all statutes in force and use. London, 1655. 8°

――. [Another edition.] London, 1684. 8°

WISE, Thomas. A confutation of the reason and philosophy of atheism: being in a great measure either an abridgment or an improvement of what Dr. Cudworth offer’d to that purpose in his ‘True intellectual system of the universe’. London, 1706. 4°

WITSEN, Nicolaas. Aeloude en hedendaegsche scheeps-bouw en bestier. Amsterdam, 1671. 2°

WITTY, Robert. Scarbrough Spaw, or, A description of the nature and vertues of the spaw at Scarbrough in Yorkshire. Also a treatise of the nature and use of water in general, and the several sorts thereof, etc. London, 1660. 8°

[WOLFGANG, Abraham?] Les principes de la geographie methodiquement expliquez, pour donner une idee generale de toutes les parties de l’univers. Amsterdam, 1692. 12°

WOOD, Lambert [Lambert van den Bos]. Florus Anglicus, or, An exact history of England from the reign of William the Conquerour to the death of Charles the I. London, 1657. 8°

WOTTON, William. Reflections upon ancient and modern learning: To which is now added a defense thereof, in answer to the objections of Sir W. Temple, and others, etc. London, 1705. 8°

WREN, Matthew. Monarchy asserted, or, The state of monarchicall & popular government in vindication of the considerations upon Mr. Harrington’s Oceana. Oxford, 1659. 8°

WRIGHT, John Michael. Ragguaglio delle solenne comparsa, fatta in Roma gli otto di gennaio 1687, dall’illustrissimo, … conte di Castelmaine ambasciadore straordinario, etc. Rome, 1687. 2°

WYNDHAM, Anne. Claustrum regale reseratum, or, The kinges concealment at Trent. London, 1667. 4°

XENOPHON. Les choses mémorables de Socrate, transl. F. Charpentier (with Charpentier’s Vie de Socrate). Paris, 1650. 8°

――. Le festin de Xenophon, transl. T. Le Fèvre. Saumur, 1665. 12°

――. A discourse upon improving the revenue of the State of Athens, transl. W. Moyle. London, 1697. 8°

YARRANTON, Andrew. England’s improvement by sea and land. London, 1677. 4°

ZOUCH, Richard. The jurisdiction of the admiralty of England asserted against Sr. Edward Coke’s Articuli admiralitatis, in XXII chapter of his jurisdiction of courts. London, 1663. 8°