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Iason de actionibus. Domini Iasonis Mayni I.V. monarchae praeclarissima co[m]mentaria, super titu. de actionibus inititu. accuratè castigata: : cum permultis additionibus eiusdem, iurisprudentiae studiosis maximam utilitatem allaturis: cu[m]q[ue] plurium huiusce tempestatis doctoru[m] apostillis, summariisq[ue] per dominium Baltha. Seuerinum iurium lumen illustrata. Repertorio quoq[ue] alphabetico iocupletata..
The first and second volumes of Chronicles, comprising 1 The description and historie of England, 2 The description and historie of Ireland, 3 The description and historie of Scotland: first collected and published by Raphaell Holinshed, William Harrison, and others: now newlie augmented and continued (with manifold matters of singular note and worthie memorie) to the yeare 1586. by Iohn Hooker aliàs Vowell Gent. and others. With conuenient tables at the end of these volumes.
The principal navigations, voiages, traffiqves and discoueries of the English nation, made by sea or ouerland, to the remote and farthest distant quarters of the earth, at any time within the compasse of these 1500 yeres : deuided into three seuerall volumes according to the positions of the regions, whereunto they were directed ... / By Richard Hakluyt Master of Artes, and sometime student of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Stultifera nauis, : qua omnium mortalium narratur stultitia, admodum vtilis & necessaria ab omnibus ad suam salutem perlegenda, : è Latino sermone in nostrum vulgarem versa, & iam diligenter impressa, An. Do. 1570. = The ship of fooles, : wherein is shewed the folly of all states, : with diuers other workes adioyned vnto the same, very profitable and fruitfull for all men. / Translated out of Latin into Englishe by Alexander Barclay Priest..
The workes of Iohn Heiwood newlie imprinted. : Namelie, a dialogue wherein are pleasantlie contriued the number of all the effectuall prouerbs in our English tongue: compact in a matter concerning two maner of mariages. Together with three hundred epigrammes vpon three hundred prouerbes. Also a fourth, fifth and sixth hundreth of other very pleasant, pithie and ingenious epigrammes..
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