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[ca. 1625] Amantium irae amoris redintegratio est. = The falling out of louers, is the renewing of loue : to the tune of the Meddow brow.
Scudéry, Madeleine de, 1607-1701. / [1681] Amaryllis to Tityrus being the first heroick harangue of the excellent pen of Monsieur Scvdery, a witty and pleasant novel / Englished by a person of honour.
Hotman, Jean, seigneur de Villers-Saint-Paul, 1552-1636. / [1603] The ambassador.
[1621] An ambassage of tvvo Indian kings sent vnto the high and mightie Prince Maurice Prince of Orange: who by the same desire that their sonnes, whom they also haue sent vnto him, might be brought vp in Christian religion.
Penuen, Sands. / [1611] Ambitions scourge. Described in the morall fiction of Ixyon. By Sands Penuen.
[1689] The Ambitious practices of France, or, A relation of the ways and methods used by them to attain to that supreame grandeur as also, the secret intrigues of the French king's ministers at the courts of most of the princes and states of Europe : with remarks thereupon, and some reflections on the interest of those princes.
Crown, Mr. (John), 1640?-1712. / [1679] The ambitious statesman, or, The loyal favourite as it was acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesties servants / written by Mr. Crowne.
[Printed in the Year 1659] Ambitious tyrany clearely demonstrated; in Englands unhappy and confused government proposed to the serious consideration of those that may endeavour to remedie it, and not do ill, if they have not forgot to do well.
Taffin, Jean, 1529-1602. / [1595] The amendment of life comprised in fower bookes: faithfully translated according to the French coppie. Written by Master Iohn Taffin, minister of the word of God at Amsterdam.
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676. / [1671] America : being the latest, and most accurate description of the new vvorld containing the original of the inhabitants, and the remarkable voyages thither, the conquest of the vast empires of Mexico and Peru and other large provinces and territories : with the several European plantations in those parts : also their cities, fortresses, towns, temples, mountains, and rivers : their habits, customs, manners, and religions, their plants, beasts, birds, and serpents : with an appendix containing, besides several other considerable additions, a brief survey of what hath been discover'd of the unknown south-land and the arctick region : collected from most authentick authors, augmented with later observations, and adorn'd with maps and sculptures / by John Ogilby ...
N. N. / [1655] America: or An exact description of the West-Indies:: more especially of those provinces which are under the dominion of the King of Spain. / Faithfully represented by N.N. gent.
[1689] The Amicable reconciliation of the dissenters to the Church of England being a model or draught for the universal accommodation in the case of religion and the bringing in all parties to her communion ...
Woodward, Daniel, fl. 1682-1700. / [1690?] Amicus naturæ an advertisement of the virtues of Woodward's cordial pills and elixir salutis : prepared and fitted for the cure of most diseases curable, incident to the bodies of men, women, and children ... whereunto are added directions how to take them / by Daniel Woodward ...
Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595. / [1660] Aminta:: the famous pastoral. / Written in Italian by Signor' Torquato Tasso. And translated into English verse by John Dancer. Together with divers ingenious poems.
Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595. / [1698] Amintas a pastoral acted at the Theatre Royal / made English out of Italian from the Aminta of Tasso by Mr. Oldmixon.
[167-?] Amintas and Claudia: or, The merry shepherdess, Shewing whatever he from vertue did not draw, she circumvented with a ha, ha, ha, to the tune, called, Calm was the evening, and clear was the skie.
[between 1670-1696] Amintas, or, The constant shepherds complaint. Whilst others take delights to range, and mostly pleasure take in change, Amintas vows he'l constant prove, unto the death to his dear love. Tune of, Young Pheon strove the bliss to taste.
[1675?] Amintor's answer to Parthenia's complaint, or, The wronged shepherds vindication. This answer to the nymph he doth return, since that he hath more cause than she, to mourn and so against alll [sic] women doth complain, for having met with some who were to blame: as by this satire you may find it when he proves that women are more false then men. To a new tune; or Sitting beyond a river side, &c. With allowance.
L. C. / [1682] Amoret, or, Policy defeated, in a satyrical dialogue between Mopsus and Damon
[1679] The Amorous convert being a true relation of what happened in Holland.
[1685?] An amorous dialogue between Iohn and his mistris: Being a compleat and true relation of some merry passages between the mistris and her apprentice, who pleas'd her so well that she rewarded him with fifty broad pieces for his pains. Here by this dialogue you may discern, while old cats nible cheese the young ones learn. To the tune of, Packingtons pound, or, what should a young woman &c. or, Captain digby.
[1655?] The Amorous gallant
[1680?] The Amorous shepherd, and coy shepherdess, or, An answer to Amintas and Claudia:
Loubayssin de Lamarca, Francisco. / [1671. ] The amorous travellers, or, The night-adventures written originally in Spanish by a person of honour. Translated into French by the exquisite pen of the Sieur Deganes, and into English by J.B.
Quinault, Philippe, 1635-1688. / [Anno 1660] The amourous fantasme a tragi-comedy. By Sr. William Lower knight.
[1684] The amours of Bonne Sforza, queen of Polonia.
Leti, Gregorio, 1630-1701. / [1685] The amours of Charles Duke of Mantua and Margaret Countess of Rovera·: A novel. Translated out of Itallian.
Préchac, Jean de, 1647?-1720. / [1686] The amours of Count Teckeli and the Lady Aurora Veronica de Serini containing his first inducements to make war with the emperour, and to enter into the Turkish interests against the Christians.
Woman of quality, fl. 1689-1690. / [1689] The amours of Messalina, late queen of Albion in which are briefly couch'd secrets of the imposture of the Cambrion prince, the Gothick league, and other court intrigues of the four last years reign, not yet made publick / by a woman of quality, a late confident of Q. Messalina.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1675] The amours of the Count de Dunois made English.
Kennedy, Herbert, fl. 1686-1690. / [anno Dom. 1690] Amplissimis, dignissimis, & consultissimis viris. D. Ioanni Hall de Dunglass, equiti aurato baronetto, inclytæ civitatis Edinburgi consuli magnifico: ... D.D.C.Q. Herbertus Kennedy præses, & candidati. ...
[1652] Amsterdam and her other Hollander sisters put out to sea, by Van Trump, Van Dunck, & Van Dumpe. Or, A true description of those so called Hoghens Mogens,: set out to the life, with the manners of their quagmire bog, and other speciall varieties touching their unmannerly manners, and base ingratitude to our English nation, from their shels of beggery to their now present pride. Penn'd to give our nation timely notice of their subtile frauds and delusions.
J. V. C. O. / [printed in the year MDCLXIII. 1663] Amsterdam: toleration, or no toleration in a discourse between conformists, non-conformists, papists, Anabaptists, Quakers, &c. In their own words, before a gracious king, about the extent of a Christian indulgence to all dissenters. By J.V.C.O. A friend to men of all religions.
Man, Abraham. / [1617] An amulet or preservative against sicknes and death in two parts : the first containing spirituall direction for the sicke at all times needfull, but especially in the conflict of sicknes and agonie of death : the second, a method or order of comforting the sicke ... / collected and set forth ... by A.M. minister of the Word of God in Henley vpon Thames ; whereunto is annexed a most pithie and comfortable sermon of mortalitie, written by the blessed martyr S. Cyprian Bishop of Carthage, translated into English by A.M. ; together with sundry prayers needfull in time of sicknesse.
Wither, George, 1588-1667. / [Anno M DC XLVII.1647] Amygdala Britannica, almonds for parrets.: A dish of stone-fruit, partly shel'd and partly unshel'd; which (if crack'd, pick'd and well digested) may be wholesome against those epidemick distempers of the brain, now predominant: and prevent some malignant diseases, likely to ensue. / Composed, heretofore, by a well-knowne moderne author; and, now published according to a copie, found written with his own hand.