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" 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. "
Librorum impressorum qui in Museo britannico adservantur catalogus - Page 1
by British Museum. Department of Printed Books - 1815
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William Strong (bookseller.) - 1828
...pages, afine copy, 2s 6d 1642 2089 Newes, True Newes, Laudable Newes, Citie Newes, Court Newes, Country Newes. The world is mad, or it is a mad world my Masters,...when in the Antipodes these things are come to passe, small 4to. aßne copy, 18« — 1642 In the title pase Is a cnrious wood cut of a world In the air,...
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The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an Account of ...

William Thomas Lowndes - English imprints - 1834 - 474 pages
...upon the Com ofFrizeland. Lond. 1642. 4to. Lamentable and sad News from the North. Lond. 1642. 4to. Newes, true Newes, laudable Newes, Citie Newes, Court...it is a mad World my Masters, especially now when the Antipodes these Things are come to passe. 1642. 4to. Nassau, pt. ii. 396, lu. Newes from Sally:...
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william harrison ainsworth - 1856
...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,...in the Antipodes, these things are come to passe." London: 1642. 4to. " Newes from Hell and Rome, and the Tnnes of Court." London : 1642. 4to. " The Best...
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The History of British Journalism: From the Foundation of the ..., Volume 1

Alexander Andrews - British newspapers - 1859
...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,...in the Antipodes, these things are come to passe." London : 1642. 4to. " Newes from Hell and Rome, and the Innes of Court." London : 1642. 4to. " The...
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Catalogue Raissoné of Curious Manuscripts: Early Printed and Other Rare Books

Alexander Augustus Smets - Incunabula - 1860 - 104 pages
...many a saint, then why not mine. " — Timperley's Dictionary. NEWES, True Newes, Laudable Newes, City Newes, Court Newes, Countrey Newes : The World is mad, or it is a mad World my Masters, especially when in the Antipodes these things are come to passe. 4 to. Half Calf. London: 1642. The chief matter...
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Handbook to the Popular, Poetical and Dramatic Literature of Great Britain ...

William Carew Hazlitt - English literature - 1867 - 701 pages
...Frizeland. Lond. 1642. 4to. 30. Lamentable and Sad News from the North. Lond. 1642. 4to. 31. Newes, True Newes, Citie Newes, Court Newes, Countrey Newes :...a mad World my Masters, especially now when in the Antipode« these things are come to passe. London, IMnted for F. Cowle«, T. Bates, and T. Banks: MDCXLII....
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The History of Irish Periodical Literature: From the End of the ..., Volume 1

Richard Robert Madden - English newspapers - 1867
...Acheronticus," 1648. " Newes, true Newes, laudable Newes, Citie Newes, Countrie Newes, the World is Mad or is it a Mad World, my Masters, especially now when, in the Antipodes, these things are come to passe." " Newes from Hell and Kome, and the Innes of Court." " Mercurius Diabolicus ; or, Hell's Intelligencer."...
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The History of Irish Periodical Literature: From the End of the ..., Volume 1

Richard Robert Madden - English newspapers - 1867 - 531 pages
...in England." "A Trance; or, News from Hell brought fresh to Town, by Mercurius Acheronticus," 1648. my Masters, especially now when, in the Antipodes, these things are come to passe." " Newes from Hell and Rome, and the Innes of Court." " Mercurius Diabolicus; or, Hell's Intelligencer."...
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CATALOGUE OF BOOKS ADDED TO THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1869
...New York, etc. Pratt # co, etc. 1849. is. Newes, true newes, laudable newes, citienewes, court news, countrey newes : the world is mad, or it is a mad...when in the antipodes these things are come to passe, [anon.] 4 i. sm. 4°. London, F. Cowles, etc. 1642. New (The) Genesee farmer. See Genesee farmer, 2d...
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The Pictorial Press, Its Origin and Progress

Mason Jackson - Illustration of books - 1885 - 363 pages
...title-page of this curious tract. ' Neiccs, True Neices, Laudable Neice*, Citie Neices, Country Neices ; The World is Mad, or it is a Mad World my Masters...now when in the Antipodes these things are come to pass.' Such is the lengthy title of a pamphlet containing an imaginary account of things at the Antipodes,...
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