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Agapåetos. / [1529?] The preceptes teachyng a prynce or a noble estate his duetie, written by Agapetus in Greke to the emperour Iustinian, and after translated into Latin, and nowe in to Englysshe by Thomas Paynell.
Agar, Ben, 17th cent. / [1643] King James, his apopthegmes, or table-talke as they were by him delivered occasionally and by the publisher (his quondam servant) carefully received, and now humbly offered to publique view, as not impertinent to the present times / by B.A. gent.
Agard, Arthur, 1540-1615. / [1631] The repertorie of records, remaining in [brace] the 4. treasuries on the receipt side at Westminster, the two remembrancers of the Exchequer with a briefe introductive index of the records of the Chancery and Touuer, whereby to give the better direction to the records abovesaid : as also a most exact calender of all those records of the Touuer, in which are contained and comprised whatsoever may give satisfaction to the searcher, for tenure or tytle of any thing.
Agas, Ralph, 1545-1621. / [1596] To all persons whom these presents may concerne, of what estate and degree soeuer by Radulph Agas ...
Agitator in the city. / [1647] An ansvver of a letter from an agitator in the city to an agitator in the army
Aglionby, William, d. 1705. / [1669] The present state of the United Provinces of the Low-Countries as to the government, laws, forces, riches, manners, customes, revenue, and territory of the Dutch in three books / collected by W.A., Fellow of the Royal Society.
Aglionby, William, d. 1705. / [1686] Painting illustrated in three diallogues containing some choice observations upon the art together with the lives of the most eminent painters from Cimabue to the time of Raphael and Michael Angelo : with an explanation of the difficult terms.
Agnello, Giovan Battista. / [1623] A reuelation of the secret spirit. Declaring the most concealed secret of alchymie. Written first in Latine by an vnknowne author, but explained in Italian, by Iohn Baptista Lambye, Venetian. Lately translated into English, by R.N.E. gentleman.
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535. / [1676] The vanity of arts and sciences by Henry Cornelius Agrippa, Knight ...
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535. / [An. M.D.XLII. 1542] A treatise of the nobilitie and excellencye of vvoman kynde, translated out of Latine into englysshe by Dauid Clapam.
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535. / [1651] Three books of occult philosophy written by Henry Cornelius Agrippa of Nettesheim ... ; translated out of the Latin into the English tongue by J.F.
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535. / [1655] Henry Cornelius Agrippa, his fourth book of occult philosophy of geomancy, magical elements of Peter de Abano, astronomical geomancy, the nature of spirits, arbatel of magick / translated into English by Robert Turner ...
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535. / [1652] The glory of women: or, A treatise declaring the excellency and preheminence of women above men, which is proved both by scripture, law, reason, and authority, divine, and humane. Written first in Latine by Henricus Cornelius Agrippa Knight, and doctor both of law and physicke. And presented to Margaret Augusta, Queen of the Austrians and Burgundians. And now translated into English, for the vertuous and beautifull female sex of the Commonwealth of England By Edvv. Fleetvvood, Gent.:
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535. / [1670] Female pre-eminence, or, The dignity and excellency of that sex above the male an ingenious discourse / written orignally in Latine by Henry Cornelius Agrippa ... ; done into English with additional advantages by H. C.
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535. / [Anno. M.D.XL. 1540] The commendation of matrimony, made by Cornelius Agrippa, [et] translated into englysshe by Dauid Clapam.