|Author / [Publication date]
|Wither, George, 1540-1605. /
||An A.B.C. for layemen, othervvise called, the lay-mans letters. An alphabet for lay-men, deliuering vnto them such lessons as the holy Ghost teaches them in the worde, by thinges sensible, very necessary to be diligently considered.
|Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. /
||Of a degradation of gold made by an anti-elixir, a strange chymical narative.
| Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. /
||Of a free trade.: A discourse seriously recommending to our nation the wonderfull benefits of trade, especially of a rightly governed, and ordered trade. Setting forth also most clearly, the relative nature, degrees, and qualifications of libertie, which is ever to be inlarged, or restrained according to that good, which it relates to, as that is more, or lesse ample. / Written by Henry Parker Esquire.