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Thu Oct 16 17:51:49 2014 UTClccn-n920429000.74A dictionarie of the French and English tongues0.850.92Of the lawes of ecclesiastical politie eight bookes /129148027n 920429003187652Library of Congress. English Printing Collectionlccn-nr97009112Stansby, Williamactive 1597-1638prtlccn-n92067312Islip, Adam-1639prtlccn-n93069689George Fabyan Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-no96012731Cotes, Thomas-1641prtlccn-no95036798Haviland, Johnactive 1613-1638prtlccn-nr95022802Kingston, Felixprtlccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-nr94036722Harper, Thomas-1656prtlccn-n90717238Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)PoetryHistoryDictionariesRomancesBiographyEpic poetry, LatinApologetic worksCriticism, interpretation, etcSourcesControversial literatureGreat BritainNames, PersonalMythology, ClassicalMetamorphosis--MythologyTravelFables, LatinEnglish language--Old EnglishProverbsFrench languageMelancholyBotanyAnagramsTitles of honor and nobilityBotany, MedicalEnglandHerbsEnglish languageEpitaphsEnglish language--UsageEcclesiastical lawGardensChurch polityVocabularyAphorisms and apothegmsAntiquitiesGeographyNames, EnglishChurch of EnglandItalyHerbalsLatin literatureNatural historyRoland (Legendary character)ReligionsDiscoveries in geographyAmericaSermons, EnglishAnglo-SaxonsTheology, DoctrinalAngelsVoyages and travelsMetamorphoses (Ovid)Robertson, J. M.--(John Mackinnon),TolerationMagicWitchcraftDemonologyWomen heroesNames, English (Old)Ariosto, Lodovico,15031511151615251527152815291530153115361541154215431545154615471548154915501551155315541555155615571558155915601561156215631564156515661567156815691570157115721573157415751576157715781579158015811582158315841585158615871588158915901591159215931594159515961597159815991600160116021603160416051606160716081609161016111612161316141615161616171618161916201621162216231624162516261627162816291630163116321633163416351636163716381639164016411642164316441645164616471648164916501651165316541655165716611663166716691677168116831688168916921700170117031852314931609873.01DA6101462ocn004418314book16010.90PlinyThe historie of the world, commonly called, the naturall historie of C. Plinius Secundus1412ocn002367448book16140.86Selden, JohnTitles of honor1353ocn006104422book16170.92Hooker, RichardOf the lawes of ecclesiastical politie eight bookesApologetic worksControversial literature1192ocn004418246book16260.82OvidOvid's Metamorphosis Englished, mythologized, and represented in figuresCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryIllustrationsManuscriptsEpic poetry, Latin"This translation of Ovid was acclaimed by Ezra Pound as "the most beautiful book in the language (my opinion and I suspect it was Shakespeare's)." Ovid's deliciously witty and poignant epic starts with the creation of the world and brings together a series of ingeniously linked myths and legends in which men and women are transformed - often by love - into flowers, trees, stones, and stars. Golding's robustly vernacular version was the first major English translation and decisively influenced Shakespeare, Spenser, and the character of English Renaissance writing."--Jacket1171ocn052942757file16390.88Rivers, GeorgeThe heroinae, or The lives of Arria, Paulina, Lucrecia, Dido, Theutilla, Cypriana, AretaphilaBiography1093ocn005782242book16140.82Camden, WilliamRemains concerning BritainHistoryPoetryPortraitsLanguages, names, surnames, allusions, anagrammes, armories, monies, empreses, apparell, artillarie, wise speeches, proverbs, poesies, epitaphes1091ocn002131681book16360.84Gerard, JohnThe herball or Generall historie of plantes1073ocn003751967book16140.77Purchas, SamuelPvrchas his Pilgrimage, or, Relations of the world and the religions obserued in all ages and places discouered, from the creation vnto this present : contayning a theologicall and geographicall historie of Asia, Africa, and America, with the ilands adiacent : declaring the ancient religions before the flovd, the heathenish, Iewish, and Saracenicall in all ages since, in those parts professed, with their seuerall opinions ... with briefe descriptions of the countries, nations, states, discoueries, priuate and publike customes, and the most remarkable rarities of natvre, or humane industrie, in the sameHistorySources1051ocn014166389book15970.86Gerard, JohnThe herball, or, Generall historie of plantes972ocn004948150book15990.82Guicciardini, FrancescoThe historie of Guicciardin containing the vvarres of Italie and other partes, continued for manie yeares vnder sundrie kings and princes, together with the variations and accidents of the same : and also the arguments : with a table at large expressing the principall matters through the whole historie.History961ocn003622697book16350.77Heywood, ThomasThe hierarchie of the blessed angells. Their names, orders and offices; the fall of Lucifer with his angellsPoetry844ocn010165940book16280.90Burton, RobertThe anatomy of melancholy what it is, with all the kinds, causes, symptomes, prognostickes, & severall cures of it : in three partitions with their severall sections, members, & subsections philosophically, medicinally, historically opened & cut up : with a satyrical preface conducing to the following discourse"This book provides an examination of melancholy. The author describes various types of melancholy and discusses its suspected causes. In addition, symptoms of melancholy are elaborates, and the prognosis and treatment of the disorder are discussed." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)791ocn023645896book16470.79Taylor, JeremyTheologia eklektikē a discourse of the liberty of prophesying. Shewing the unreasonableness of prescribing to other mens faith, and the iniquity of persecuting differing opinions. By Jer. Taylor772ocn003461796book16110.82Du Bartas, Guillaume de SallusteDu Bartas his deuine weekes and workesPoetry771ocn003585262book16270.90Minsheu, JohnMinshaei emendatio, vel à mendis expurgatio, seu augmentatio sui Ductoris in linguas : the guide into tongues : cum illarum harmonia & etymologijs, originationibus, rationibus, [et] deriuationibus in omnibus his nouem linguis, viz. 1. Anglica, 2. Belgica, 3. Germanica, 4. Gallica, 5. Italica, 6. Hispanica, 7. Latina, 8. Graeca, 9. Hebraea [et]c. ...Dictionaries761ocn002814736book16340.77Ariosto, LodovicoOrlando Furioso in English heroical verseRomances741ocn003171777book16110.74Cotgrave, RandleA dictionarie of the French and English tonguesDictionaries741ocn001930202book16390.92Balcanquhall, WalterA large declaration concerning the late tumults in Scotland, from their first originalls : together with a particular deduction of the seditious practices of the prime leaders of the Covenanters, collected out of their owne foule acts and writings : by which it doth plainly appeare that religion was onely pretended by those leaders, but nothing lesse intended by themControversial literature726ocn034295707book16250.90Heylyn, PeterMikrokosmos a little description of the great world712ocn004415935book16050.84Verstegan, RichardRestitution of decayed intelligence, in antiquities concerning the most noble, and renowned English nationHistoryThu Oct 16 16:06:12 EDT 2014batch38079