Librorum impressorum qui in Museo britannico adservantur catalogus, Volume 4

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Page 17 - GOOD NEWES FROM NEW ENGLAND: OR A true Relation of things very remarkable at the Plantation of Plimoth in NEW-ENGLAND.
Page 1 - Lettre d'un avocat au parlement ŕ un de ses amis, touchant l'inquisition qu'on veut établir en France ŕ l'occasion de la nouvelle bulle du pape Alexandre VII. Du I
Page 37 - Mercury, or a true relation of the strange appearance of a man-fish, about three miles within the river Thames, having a musket in one hand and a petition in the other ; credibly reported by six sailors, who both saw and talked with the monster, whose names here following are inserted.
Page 3 - HEADS OF AGREEMENT Assented to by the United Ministers, &c. The following Heads of AGREEMENT have been resolved upon, by the UNITED Ministers in and about London, formerly called Presbyterian and Congregational...
Page 15 - for the purchase of the Museum, or Collection of Sir Hans Sloane, and of the Harleian Collection of Manuscripts ; and for providing one General Repository for the better reception and more convenient use of the said collections ; and of the Cottonian Library, and of the additions thereto.
Page 1 - October, 1638." 12mo, with a woodcut, 1638. " Newes, true Newes, laudable Newes, Citie Newes, Countrie Newes, the World is Mad or it is a Mad World, my Masters, especially now when, in the Antipodes, these things are come to passe.
Page 6 - Miscellanea Curiosa. Containing a Collection of Some of the Principal Phenomena in Nature, Accounted for by the Greatest Philosophers of this Age ,' Being the Most Valuable Discourses, Read and Delivered to the Royal Society, for the Advancement of Physical and Mathematical Knowledge.
Page 3 - The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms amended, to •which is prefixed, a Short Chronicle from the first memory of Things in Europe, to the Conquest of Persia, by Alexander the Great.
Page 3 - She also admitted having two books, one intituled " To all that would know y" way to the Kingdome, &c.," and the other " Certaine papers wch is ye word of the Lord, as was moved from the Lord by His servants to several places and persons, that they maie bee left without excuse, and God maie bee cleare when Hee judges and justified in His judgements.

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