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Michaelis, Sébastien, 1543?-1618. / [1613] The admirable history of the posession and conuersion of a penitent woman Seduced by a magician that made her to become a witch, and the princesse of sorcerers in the country of Prouince, who was brought to S. Baume to bee exorcised, in the yeare 1610, in the moneth of Nouember, by the authority of the reuerend father, and frier, Sebastian Michaëlis, priour of the couent royall of S. Magdalene at Saint Maximin, and also of the said place of Saint Baume. Who appointed the reuerend father, Frier Francis Domptius, Doctor of Diuinity, in the Vniuersity of Louaine, ... for the exorcismes and recollection of the acts. All faithfully set down, and fully verified. Wherunto is annexed a pneumology, or discourse of spirits made by the said father Michaëlis, ... Translated into English by W.B.
Micronius, Marten, d. 1559. / [1556?] A short and faythful instruction, gathered out of holy Scripture composed in questions and answeres, for the edifyeng and comfort of the symple Christianes, whych intende worthely to receyue the holy supper of the Lorde.
Middle Temple (London, England) / [1683] To the King's most excellent Majesty. The humble address of the Society of the Middle-Temple.
Middleton, Christopher, 1560?-1628. / [1600] The legend of Humphrey Duke of Glocester. By Chr: Middleton
Middleton, Christopher, 1560?-1628. / [1596] The historie of heauen containing the poeticall fictions of all the starres in the firmament: gathered from amongst all the poets and astronomers. By Chrystopher Middleton.
Middleton, Christopher, 1560?-1628. / [1597] The famous historie of Chinon of England with his strange aduentures for the loue of Celestina daughter to Lewis King of Fraunce. VVith the worthy atchiuement of Sir Lancelot du Lake, and Sir Tristram du Lions for fair Laura, daughter to Cador Earle of Cornewall, beeing all knights of King Arthurs round table. By Chr. Middleton.
Middleton, John Middleton, Earl of, 1619-1674. / [1661] Academiæ Edinburgenæ gratulatio, ob serenissimi, augustissimiq[ue], monarchæ Caroli II ... in solium paternum restitutionem oblata illustrissimo dynastæ, D. Johanni Middiltonio ... in aulâ ejusdem Academiæ, 29 Maij 1661.
Middleton, Thomas, 17th cent. / [MDCLXXVII i.e. 1677] An appendix to the history of the Church of Scotland containing the succession of the archbishops and bishops in their several sees from the reformation of the religion until the year 1676, as also the several orders of monks and friers &c. in Scotland before the Reformation : with the foundation of the universities and colledges, their benefactours, principals, professours of divinity and present masters : and an account of the government, laws and constitution of the Kingdom.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1608] Your fiue gallants As it hath beene often in action at the Black-friers. Written by T. Middleton.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1597] The wisdome of Solomon paraphrased. Written by Thomas Middleton
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1652] The widdow a comedie, as it was acted at the private house in Black-Fryers, with great applause, by His late Majesties servants / written by Ben. Johnson, John Fletcher, Tho. Middleton, Gent. ...
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1617] The tryumphs of honor and industry A solemnity performed through the City, at confirmation and establishment of the Right Honorable, George Bovvles, in the office of his Maiesties lieuetenant, the Lord Mayor of the famous Citty of London. Taking beginning at his Lordships going, and proceeding after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow next after Simon and Iudes day, October 29. 1617.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1657] Two new playes ... written by Tho. Middleton, Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1613] The triumphs of truth A solemnity vnparalleled for cost, art, and magnificence, at the confirmation and establishment of that worthy and true nobly-minded gentleman, Sir Thomas Middleton, knight, in the honorable office of his Maiesties lieuetenant, the lord maior of the thrice famous citty of London. Taking beginning at his Lord-ships going, and proceeding after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow next after Simon and Iudes day, October 29. 1613. All the showes, pageants, chariots; morning, noone, and night-triumphes. Directed, written, and redeem'd into forme, from the ignorance of some former times, and their common writer, by Thomas Middleton.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1619] The triumphs of loue and antiquity An honourable solemnitie performed through the citie, at the confirmation and establishment of the right honourable Sir William Cockayn, knight, in the office of his Maiesties Lieutenant, the Lord Maior of the famous citie of London. Taking beginning in the morning at his Lord-ships going, and perfecting itselfe after his returne from receiuing the oath of mayoralty at Westminster, on the morrow after Symon and Iudes Day, October 29. 1619. By Tho: Middleton. Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1623] The triumphs of integrity A noble solemnity, performed through the city, at the sole cost and charges of the Honorable Fraternity of Drapers, at the confirmation and establishment of their most worthy brother, the Right Honorable, Martin Lumley, in the high office of his Maiesties Lieutenant, Lord Maior and Chancellor of the famous City of London. Taking beginning at his Lordships going, and perfecting it selfe after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow after Simon and Iudes Day, being the 29. of October. 1623. By Tho. Middleton Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1622] The triumphs of honor and vertue A noble solemnitie, performed through the City, at the sole cost and charges of the honorable Fraternitie of Grocers, at the confirmation and establishment of their most worthy brother, the Right Honorable Peter Proby, in the high office of his Maiesties Lieutenant, Lord Maior and Chancellor of the famous City of London. Taking beginning at his Lordships going, and perfecting it selfe after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow after Simon and Iudes Day, being the 29. of October, 1622. By Tho. Middleton Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [MDCXXVI. 1626] The triumphs of health and prosperity A noble solemnity performed through the city, at the sole cost and charges of the Honorable Fraternity of Drapers, at the inauguration of their most worthy brother, the Right Honorable, Cuthbert Hacket, Lord Major of the famous city of London. By Tho. Middleton Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1608] A trick to catch the old-one As it hath beene lately acted, by the children of Paules.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1621] The sunne in Aries A noble solemnity performed through the Citie, at the sole cost and charges of the honourable and ancient fraternity of Drapers, at the confirmation and establishment of their most worthy brother, the Right Honourable, Edvvard Barkham, in the high office of his Maiesties lieutenant, the Lord Maior of the famous Citie of London. Taking beginning at his Lordships going, and perfecting it selfe after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow after Simon Iudes day, being the 29. of October. 1621. By Tho. Middleton, Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1653] The Spanish gipsie as it was acted (with great applause) at the Privat House in Drury-Lane, and Salisbury Court / written by Thomas Midleton, and William Rowley, Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1609] Sir Robert Sherley, sent ambassadour in the name of the King of Persia, to Sigismond the Third, King of Poland and Swecia, and to other princes of Europe his royall entertainement into Cracovia, the chiefe citie of Poland, with his pretended comming into England : also, the honourable praises of the same Sir Robert Sherley, giuen vnto him in that kingdome, are here likewise inserted.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1611] The roaring girle. Or Moll Cut-Purse As it hath lately beene acted on the Fortune-stage by the Prince his Players. Written by T. Middleton and T. Dekkar.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1607] The phoenix as it hath beene sundry times acted by the Children of Paules, and presented before his Maiestie.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [An. Dom: 1618. Cum privilegio] The peace-maker: or, Great Brittaines blessing Fram'd for the continuance of that mightie happinesse wherein this kingdome excells many empires. Shewing the idlenesse of a quarrelling reputation wherein consists neyther manhood nor wisdome. Necessarie for all magistrates, officers of peace, masters of families, the confirmation of youth, and for all his Maiesties most true and faithfull subiects: to the generall auoyding of all contention and bloud-shedding.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1657] No wit, [no] help like a womans a comedy / by Tho. Middleton, Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1621] Honorable entertainments compos'de for the seruice of this noble cittie. Some of which were fashion'd for the entertainment of the Lords of his Maiesties most Honorable Priuie Councell, vpon the occasion of their late royall employment. Inuented by Thomas Middlevon [sic].
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [An. 1607] Michaelmas terme As it hath been sundry times acted by the Children of Paules.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1661] The Mayor of Quinborough as it hath often acted with much applause at Black-Fryars by His Majesties servants / written by Tho. Middleton.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1608] A mad vvorld, my masters As it hath bin lately in action by the Children of Paules. Composed by T.M.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1619] The Inner-Temple masque. Or Masque of heroes Presented (as an entertainement for many worthy ladies:) by gentlemen of the same ancient and noble house. Tho. Middleton.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1600] The ghost of Lucrece. By T.M. Gent
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1625?] A game at chæss as it was acted nine dayes to gether at the Globe on the banks side.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1617] A faire quarrell with new additions of Mr. Chaughs and Trimtrams roaring, and the Bauds song, neuer before printed : as it was acted before the King, by the Prince His Highnesse seruants / [brace] written by Thomas Midleton, and William Rowley, [brace] gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1608] The famelie of loue Acted by the children of his Maiesties Reuells.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1677] The counterfeit bridegroom, or, The defeated widow a comedy, as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's Theatre.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1620] A courtly masque: the deuice called the vvorld tost at tennis As it hath beene diuers times presented to the contentment of many noble and worthy spectators, by the prince his seruants. Inuented, and set downe, by Tho: Middleton & William Rowley gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1630] A chast mayd in Cheape-Side· A pleasant conceited comedy neuer before printed. As it hath beene often acted at the Swan on the Banke-side, by the Lady Elizabeth her Seruants. By Thomas Midelton Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1616] Ciuitatis amor. = The cities loue An entertainment by water, at Chelsey, and White-hall. At the ioyfull receiuing of that illustrious hope of Great Britaine, the high and mighty Charles, to bee created Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornewall, Earle of Chester, &c. Together with the ample order and solemnity of his Highnesse creation, as it was celebrated in his Maiesties palace of White-hall on Monday, the fourth of Nouember. 1616. As also the ceremonies of that ancient and honourable Order of the Knights of the Bath; and all the triumphs showne in honour of his royall creation.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1653] The changeling as it was acted (with great applause) at the Privat house in Drury-Lane, and Salisbury Court / written by Thomas Midleton, and William Rowley, Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1662] Any thing for a quiet life a comedy, formerly acted at Black-Fryers, by His late Majesties servants ... / written by Tho. Middleton, Gent.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1604] The blacke booke
Middleton, Thomas, Sir, 1586-1666. / [1644] A declaration published by Sir Thomas Middleton, Knight, Serjeant-Major-Generall, and Vice-Admirall for the sixe counties of North-Wales setting forth the illegallity and incongruity of a pernicious oath and protestation, imposed upon many peaceable subjects within the said counties (who to avoid plundering or imprisonment) were inforced to take the same : whereby the imposers of the said oath endeavour under the paine of perjury, to make the people to renounce their owne just liberties, and the benefit and protection of the knowne lawes, and to submit to a tyranicall, arbitrary, and slavish government, excerised by the commissioners of array : and likewise, setting forth the use and intentions of the forces raised for the service of the King and Parliament, under the command of the said Sir Thomas Middleton the benefit that the country shall receive by their protection, and what they are to expect that contemne their power.
Midgley, Robert, 1655?-1723. / [1687] A new treatise of natural philosophy, free'd from the intricacies of the schools adorned with many curious experiments both medicinal and chymical : as also with several observations useful for the health of the body.
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1698] Notes on Dryden's Virgil in a letter to a friend : with an essay on the same poet / by Mr. Milbourne.
Miles, Abraham. / [1662?] VVonder of vvonders being a true relation of the strange and invisible beating of a drum, at the house of John Mompesson, Esquire, at Tidcomb, in the county of Wilt-shire ... : to the tune of Bragandary / by Abraham Miles.
Miles, Abraham. / [1661?] The last farewel of three bould traytors
Miles, Abraham. / [1673?] Mirth for citizens. Or, a comedy for the country Shewing a young farmer his unfortunate marriage, his wife is so churlish & currish in carriage he married her for beauty, for's own delight now he repents it both day and night. By physiognomy adviseth young men that at: to be sure to look before that they leap, to leap at a venture, & catch a fall, raising the forehead break horns and all. Tune of, Ragged, torn, and true.
Miles, Abraham. / [between 1666-1670] The dub'd knight of the Forked order. Or, The old wanton lady as I will recite, and Sen John the serving-man her hearts delight, their doings and actions, if you will attend, in meeter, they are by a poet pen'd. The subitlity of women either old or young, and what cunning excuses they have with their tongue. That will play with their husbands and laugh them to scorn, stroke up there brows, and there place a horn. The tune is, I am fallen away.
Mill, Henry. / [1646] A funerall elegy upon the most honored upon Earth, and now glorious in Heaven, His Excellency Robert Devereux Earl of Essex and Ewe Viscount Hereford, Lord Ferrers of Chartly Bourchier and Louvaine, late Generall of England.
Mill, Humphrey, fl. 1646. / [1646] The second part of The nights search, discovering the condition of the various fowles of night, or, The second great mystery of iniquity exactly revealed with the projects of these times : in a poem / by Humphrey Mill, author of The nights search.
Mill, Humphrey, fl. 1646. / [1639] Poems occasioned by a melancholy vision or A melancholy vision vpon diuers theames enlarged which by seuerall arguments ensuinge is showed ByH. Mill.
Mill, Humphrey, fl. 1646. / [1640] A nights search· Discovering the nature and condition of all sorts of night-walkers; with their associates. As also, the life and death of many of them. Together with divers fearfull and strange accidents, occasioned by such ill livers. Digested into a poeme by Humphry Mill.
Mill, John, 1645-1707. / [1676] A sermon preached on the Feast of the Annunciation of the B. Virgin Mary, at St. Martins in the Fields, Westminster by John Mill ...
Mill, Tom. / [1639] O yes, o yes, I do cry, the bishops bridle will you buy
Miller, Robert, M.D. / [Printed in the year, 1666] The English-French-mans address, upon His Majesties late gracious declaration:
Milner, John, 1628-1702. / [1698] A view of the dissertation upon the epistles of Phalaris, Themistocles, &c lately publish'd by the Reverend Dr. Bentley ; also of the examination of that dissertation by the Honourable Mr. Boyle, in order to the manifesting the incertitude of heathen chronology.
Milner, John, 1628-1702. / [1694] A defence of Arch-bishop Usher against Dr. Cary and Dr. Isaac Vossius together with an introduction concerning the uncertainty of chronology ... / by John Milner.
Milner, John, 1628-1702. / [1689] A short dissertation concerning the four last kings of Judah occasioned by a small tract intituled Josephi Scaligeri judicium de thesi quadam chronologica and more especially by some passages in Lud. Cappellus's Notes upon the twelfth table of his Chronologia sacra.
Milner, John, 1628-1702. / [1688] A collection of the church-history of Palestine, from the birth of Christ to the beginning of the empire of Diocletian by J.M., B.D.
Milner, John, 1628-1702. / [1700?] A brief examination of some passages in the chronological part of a letter, written to Dr. Sherlock in his vindication in a letter to a friend.
Milner, John, 1628-1702. / [1700] An account of Mr. Lock's religion, out of his own writings, and in his own words together with some observations upon it, and a twofold appendix : I. a specimen of Mr. Lock's way of answering authors ..., II. a brief enquiry whether Socinianism be justly charged upon Mr. Lock.
Milner, Richard, fl. 1675. / [Printed in the year, 1675] A few words to the King and both Houses of Parliament vvorthy their consideration in a weighty concern; to wit, the effect of the execution of the late act, made against meetings and conventicles, so called; through which very many of the innocent people of God have, and do deeply suffer.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1659] A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes shewing that it is not lawfull for any power on earth to compell in matters of religion / the author, J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [Printed in the yeare 1645] Tetrachordon: expositions upon the foure chief places in scripture, which treat of mariage, or nullities in mariage. On Gen.I.27.28. compar'd and explain'd by Gen.2.18.23.24. Deut.24.1.2. Matth.5.31.32. with Matth.19. from the 3d.v. to the 11th. I Cor.7. from the 10th to the 16th. Wherein the doctrine and discipline of divorce, as was lately publish'd, is confirm'd by explanation of scripture, by testimony of ancient fathers, of civill lawes in the primitive church, of famousest reformed divines, and lastly, by an intended act of the Parlament and Church of England in the last eyare of Edvvard the sixth. / By the former author J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1649] The tenure of kings and magistrates proving that it is lawfull, and hath been held so through all ages, for any who have the power, to call to account a tyrant, or wicked king, and after due conviction, to depose and put the author, J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [printed in the Year M DC LXXX. 1680] A supplement to Dr. Du Moulin, treating of the likeliest means to remove hirelings out of the Church of England With a brief vindication of Mr. Rich. Baxter. By J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1660] The readie and easie vvay to establish a free commonwealth and the excellence therof compar'd with the inconveniences and dangers of readmitting kingship in this nation / the author J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1641] The reason of church-government urg'd against prelaty by Mr. John Milton ; in two books.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1689] Pro populo adversus tyrannos, or, The sovereign right and power of the people over tyrants, clearly stated, and plainly proved with some reflections on the late posture of affairs / by a true Protestant English-man, and well-wisher to posterity.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1645] Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin, compos'd at several times. Printed by his true copies. / The songs were set in musick by Mr. Henry Lawes Gentleman of the Kings Chappel, and one of His Maiesties private musick. Printed and publish'd according to order.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1673] Poems, &c. upon several occasions both English and Latin, &c. / composed at several times by Mr. John Milton ; with a small tractate of education to Mr. Hartlib.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1694] Paraphrasis Latina, in duo poemata (quorum alterum a Miltono, alterum a Clievelando Anglice scriptum suit) quibus deploratur mors juvenis præclari & eruditi, D. Edvardi King, qui nave, qua vectabatur, saxo illisa, in Oceano Hybernico submersus est, autore Gulielmo Hogæo = Two poems : (the one whereof was penn'd by Milton, and the other by Clieveland) upon the death of a worthy and learned young gentleman, Mr. Edward King, who was drown'd in the Irish seas ; to which is added a Latin paraphrase on both, which was penn'd by W.H.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1671] Paradise regain'd a poem in IV books : to which is added Samson Agonistes / the author John Milton.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1667] Paradise lost a poem written in ten books / by John Milton.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1673] Of true religion, hæresie, schism, toleration, and what best means may be us'd against the growth of popery the author J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1641] Of reformation touching chvrch-discipline in England, and the cavses that hitherto have hindred it two bookes, written to a freind [sic]
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1641] Of prelatical episcopacy, and vvhither it may be deduc'd from the apostolical times by vertue of those testimonies which are alledg'd to that purpose in some late treatises one whereof goes under the name of Iames, Arch-bishop of Armagh.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1644] Of education. To Master Samuel Hartlib.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1681] Mr. John Miltons Character of the Long Parliament and Assembly of Divines in MDCXLI omitted in his other works and never before printed ...
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1642] Nevvs from hell, Rome and the Innes of court wherein is set forth the coppy of a letter written from the devill to the pope : the true coppy of the petition delivered to the King at Yorke : the coppy of certaine articles of agreement betweene the devill, the pope, and divers others : the description of a feast, sent from the devill to the pope : together with a short advertisement to the high court of Parliament with sundry other particulars / by J. M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1637] A maske presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634 on Michaelmasse night, before the Right Honorable, Iohn Earle of Bridgewater, Vicount Brackly, Lord Præsident of Wales, and one of His Maiesties most honorable Privie Counsell.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1651] The life and reigne of King Charls, or, The pseudo-martyr discovered with a late reply to an invective remonstrance against the Parliament and present government : together with some animadversions on the strange contrariety between the late Kings publick declarations ... compared with his private letters, and other of his expresses not hitherto taken into common observation.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1694] Letters of state written by Mr. John Milton, to most of the sovereign princes and republicks of Europe, from the year 1649, till the year 1659 ; to which is added, an account of his life ; together with several of his poems, and a catalogue of his works, never before printed.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1670] The history of Britain, that part especially now call'd England from the first traditional beginning, continu'd to the Norman conquest / collected out of the antientest and best authours thereof by John Milton.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1643] The doctrine and discipline of divorce restor'd to the good of both sexes from the bondage of canon law and other mistakes to Christian freedom, guided by the rule of charity : wherein also many places of Scripture have recover'd their long-lost meaning : seasonable to be now thought on in the reformation intended.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1639?] Epitaphium Damonis
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1650] Eikonoklestēs in answer to a book intitl'd Eikōn basilikē the portrature His Sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings the author J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1692] A defence of the people of England by John Milton ; in answer to Salmasius's Defence of the king.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1659] Considerations touching the likeliest means to remove hirelings out of the church wherein is also discourc'd of tithes, church-fees, church-revenues, and whether any maintenance of ministers can be settl'd by law / the author J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1660] Brief notes upon a late sermon, titl'd, The fear of God and the King preach'd, and since publish'd by Matthew Griffith ... wherin many notorious wrestings of Scripture, and other falsities are observed / by J.M.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1682] A brief history of Moscovia and of other less-known countries lying eastward of Russia as far as Cathay, gather'd from the writings of several eye-witnesses / by John Milton.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [Printed in the yeare, 1644] Areopagitica; a speech of Mr. John Milton for the liberty of vnlicens'd printing, to the Parlament of England.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1642] An apology against a pamphlet call'd A modest confutation of the animadversions upon the remonstrant against Smectymnuus
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1669] Accedence commenc't grammar, supply'd with sufficient rules for the use of such (younger or elder) as are desirous, without more trouble than needs to attain the Latin tongue the elder sort especially, with little teaching and their own industry / by John Milton.
Minadoi, Giovanni Tommaso, 1545-1618. / [1595] The history of the vvarres betvveene the Turkes and the Persians. Written in Italian by Iohn-Thomas Minadoi, and translated into English by Abraham Hartvvell. Containing the description of all such matters, as pertaine to the religion, to the forces to the gouernement, and to the countries of the kingdome of the Persians. Together with the argument of euery booke, & a new geographicall mappe of all those territories. A table contayning a declaration aswell of diuerse new and barbarous names and termes vsed in this history, as also how they were called in auncient times. And last of all, a letter of the authors, wherein is discoursed, what cittie it was in the old time, which is now called Tauris, and is so often mentioned in this history
Mirk, John, fl. 1403? / [1493] The helpe and grace of almighty god ...
Mirk, John, fl. 1403? / [1508] The festyuall
Mirk, John, fl. 1403? / [1486] [Liber festivalis]
Misodiaboles. / [1596] Vlysses vpon Aiax. Written by Misodiaboles to his friend Philaretes
Mitchel, James, d. 1678, defendant. / [1678] Ravillac redivivus, being a narrative of the late tryal of Mr. James Mitchel, a conventicle-preacher, who was executed the 18th of January last, for an attempt which he made on the sacred person of the Archbishop of St. Andrews to which is annexed, an account of the tryal of that most wicked pharisee Major Thomas Weir, who was executed for adultery, incest and bestiality : in which are many observable passages, especially relating to the present affairs of church and state / in a letter from a Scottish to an English gentleman.
Mitchel, Jonathan, 1624-1668. / [1677] A discourse of the glory to which God hath called believers by Jesus Christ delivered in some sermons out of the I Pet. 5 Chap. 10 ver. : together with an annexed letter / both by that eminent and worthy minister of the Gospel, Mr. Jonathan Mitchil, late pastor to the church at Cambridge in New-England.
Mitchell, John, fl. 1697. / [1697] The way to true honour and happiness A friendly address to all parents, masters of families, and landlords, the persons most capable to honour ... , and to gain honour to themselves, by beginning and carrying on a rational reformation. To which is added, [A] memorandum for mothers. By John Mitchell, M.A.