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Nabbes, Thomas, 1605?-1645? / [1640] The vnfortunate mother a tragedie. Never acted; but set downe according to the intention of the author Thomas Nabbes.
Nabbes, Thomas, 1605?-1645? / [1638] Totenham Court A pleasant comedie: acted in the yeare MDCXXXIII. At the private house in Salisbury-Court. The author Thomas Nabbes.
Nabbes, Thomas, 1605?-1645? / [1638] The springs glorie Vindicating love by temperance against the tenent, sine cerere & Baccho friget Venus. Moralized in a maske. With other poems, epigrams, elegies, and epithalamiums of the authors Thomas Nabbes.
Nabbes, Thomas, 1605?-1645? / [1637] Microcosmus A morall maske, presented vvith generall liking, at the private house in Salisbury Court, and heere set down according to the intention of the authour Thomas Nabbes.
Nabbes, Thomas, 1605?-1645? / [1640] The bride a comedie. Acted in the yeere 1638. at the private house in Drury-lane by their Majesties Servants. The author, Thomas Nabbes.
Nabbes, Thomas, 1605?-1645? / [1638] Covent Garden a pleasant comedie: acted in the yeare, MDCXXXII. By the Queenes Majesties Servants. The author Thomas Nabbes.
Nabbes, Thomas, 1605?-1645? / [1637] Hannibal and Scipio An historicall tragedy. Acted in the yeare 1635. by the Queenes Majesties Servants, at their private house in Drury Lane. The author Thomas Nabbes.
Nalson, John, 1638?-1686. / [1684] Reflections upon Coll. Sidney's Arcadia, the old cause being some observations upon his last paper, given to the sheriffs at his execution.
Nalson, John, 1638?-1686. / [Reprinted M. DC. LXXIX. 1679] A letter from a Jesuit at Paris, to his correspondent in London; shewing the most effectual way to ruine the government and Protestant religion.
Nalton, James. / [Re-printed in the year, 1689] The names of the Lords spiritual and temporal vvho deserted, (not protested) against the vote in the House of Peers, the sixth instant, against the vvord abdicated, and the throne vacant, in the same method as they entered their names in the journal book.
Naogeorg, Thomas, 1511-1563. / [Anno. 1570] The popish kingdome, or reigne of Antichrist, written in Latine verse by Thomas Naogeorgus, and englyshed by Barnabe Googe
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1594] The terrors of the night or, A discourse of apparitions. Tho: Nashe
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1594] The vnfortunate traueller. Or, The life of Iacke Wilton. Tho. Nashe
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1592] Strange newes, of the intercepting certaine letters, and a conuoy of verses, as they were going priuilie to victuall the Low Countries. By Tho. Nashe Gentleman
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1600] A pleasant comedie, called Summers last will and testament. Written by Thomas Nash
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1592] Pierce Penilesse his supplication to the diuell. Written by Tho. Nash, Gent
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1596] Haue vvith you to Saffron-vvalden. Or, Gabriell Harueys hunt is vp Containing a full answere to the eldest sonne of the halter-maker. Or, Nashe his confutation of the sinfull doctor. The mott or posie, in stead of omne tulit punctum: pacis fiducia nunquam. As much to say, as I sayd I would speake with him.
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1589] A countercuffe giuen to Martin Iunior by the ventruous, hardie, and renowned Pasquill of England caualiero ; not of olde Martins making, which newlie knighted the saints in heauen, with rise vp Sir Peter and Sir Paule, but lately dubd for his seruice at home in the defence of his countrey, and for the cleane breaking of his staffe vppon Martins face.
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1613] Christs teares ouer Ierusalem Whereunto is annexed a comparatiue admonition to London. By Tho. Nash.
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [Anno. Dom. 1589] The anatomie of absurditie contayning a breefe confutation of the slender imputed prayses to feminine perfection, with a short description of the seuerall practises of youth, and sundry follies of our licentious times. No lesse pleasant to be read, then profitable to be remembred, especially of those, who liue more licentiously, or addicted to a more nyce stoycall austeritie. Compiled by T. Nashe.
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1589?] An almond for a parrat, or Cutbert Curry-knaues almes Fit for the knaue Martin, and the rest of those impudent beggers, that can not be content to stay their stomakes with a benefice, but they will needes breake their fastes with our bishops. Risum sum plenus. Therefore beware (gentle reader) you catch not the hicket with laughing.
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601. / [1589] Martins months minde that is, a certaine report, and true description of the death, and funeralls, of olde Martin Marreprelate, the great makebate of England, and father of the factious. Contayning the cause of his death, the manner of his buriall, and the right copies both of his will, and of such epitaphs, as by sundrie his dearest friends, and other of his well willers, were framed for him.
Nash, Thomas, 1588-1648. / [1633] Quaternio or A fourefold vvay to a happie life set forth in a dialogue betweene a countryman and a citizen, a divine and a lawyer. Per Tho: Nash philopolitem.
Naudé, Gabriel, 1600-1653. / [1661] Instructions concerning erecting of a library presented to my lord, the President De Mesme / by Gabriel Naudeus ... ; and now interpreted by Jo. Evelyn, Esquire.
Naudé, Gabriel, 1600-1653. / [1657] The history of magick by way of apology, for all the wise men who have unjustly been reputed magicians, from the Creation, to the present age. / Written in French, by G. Naudæus late library-keeper to Cardinal Mazarin. Englished by J. Davies.
Naunton, Robert, Sir, 1563-1635. / [1641] Fragmenta regalia, or, Observations on the late Queen Elizabeth, her times and favorits written by Sir Robert Naunton ...
Nausea, Friedrich, d. 1552. / [1533. Cum priuilegio] A sermon of the sacrami[n]t of the aulter made by a famouse doctoure called Fryderyke Nausea in Almayne and lately out of latyn translate into englysh by Iohn More
Nausea, Friedrich, d. 1552. / [1580] A bright burning beacon forewarning all wise virgins to trim their lampes against the comming of the Bridegroome. Conteining a generall doctrine of sundrie signes and wonders, specially earthquakes both particular and generall: a discourse of the end of this world: a commemoration of our late earthquake, the 6. of April, about 6. of the clocke in the euening 1580. And a praier for the appeasing of Gods wrath and indignation. Newly translated and collected by Abraham Fleming. The summe of the whole booke followeth in fit place orderly diuided into chapters.
Navarre (Kingdom). Sovereign (1572-1610 : Henry III) / [1586] Three letters written by the King of Nauarre first Prince of the bloud and chiefe peere of France to the states of the cleargie, noblitie and third estate of France. More: a letter from the sayd King ot the Gouernors and communaltie of the towne of Paris. All faithfully translated out of the French.
Navarre (Kingdom). Sovereign (1572-1610 : Henry III) / [1585] A letter written by the King of Nauarre vnto the French King concerning his innocencie against the sclaunders of his aduersaries. Truely translated out of French. Anno 1585.
Navarre (Kingdom). Sovereign (1572-1610 : Henry III) / [1589] A letter written by the king of Nauarr, to the three estates of Fraunce containing a most liuely description of the discommodities and dangers of ciuill warre: and a very forcible perswasion to obedience, vnitie, and peace. Together with a breefe declaration vpon the matters happened in Fraunce sithence the 23. day of December. 1588. Translated out of French, by G.R.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1655] The secret shooting of the wicked, reproved or, A word to the namelesse publisher of that he calls strength in weaknesse, or the burning bush.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1659] A psalm of thanksgiving to God for his mercies, by James Naylor, published by him after his fall, 1659
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1661] Milk for babes: and meat for strong men A feast of fat things; wine well refined on the lees. O come young men and maidens, old men and babes, and drink abundantly of the streams that run from the fountain, that you may feel a well-spring of living water in yourselves, springing up to eternal life; that as he lives (even Christ Jesus) from whence all the springs do come, so you may live also, and partake of his glory that is ascended at the right hand of the Father, far above principalities and powers. Being the breathings of the Spirit through his servant James Naylor, written by him in the time of the confinement of his outward man in prison, but not published till now.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1660] An account from the children of light (to them that askes) in several particulars why we have been kept from joyning to, or worshipping in those formes at law, and formes of worships, that have been imposed upon us against our consciences, in these late years, for denying whereof, we have so deeply suffered, with our lives, liberties, and estates. : Also what we owne as to those things, and can be obedient to for conscience sake, according to truth, and the practise of the church of Christ, and the Scriptures.