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Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1664] The works of the famous Mr. Francis Rabelais, doctor in physick treating of the lives, heroick deeds, and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel : to which is newly added the life of the author / written originally in French, and translated into English by Sr. Thomas Urchard.
Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1694] The works of F. Rabelais, M.D., or, The lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and Pantagruel with a large account of the life and works of the author, particularly an explanation of the most difficult passages in them never before publish'd in any language / done out of French by Sir Tho. Urchard, Kt., and others.
Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1693] The third book of the works of Mr. Francis Rabelais, Doctor in Physick containing the heroick deeds of Pantagruel the son of Gargantua / now faithfully translated into English by the unimitable pen of Sir Thomas Urwhart.
Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1653] The second book of the works of Mr. Francis Rabelais, Doctor in Physick treating of the heroick deeds and sayings of the good Pantagruel. Written originally in the French tongue, and now faithfully translated into English. By S.T.U.C.
Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1653] The first [second] book of the works of Mr. Francis Rabelais, Doctor in Physick, containing five books of the lives, heroick deeds, and sayings of Gargantua, and his sonne Pantagruel. Together with the Pantagrueline prognostication, the oracle of the divine Bachus, and response of the bottle. Hereunto are annexed the navigations unto the sounding isle, and the isle of the Apedests: as likewise the philosophical cream with a Limosm epistle. / All done by Mr. Francis Rabelais, in the French tongue, and now faithfully translated into English.
Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1694] Pantagruel's voyage to the oracle of the bottle being the fourth and fifth books of the works of Francis Rabelais, M.D. : with the Pantagruelian prognostication, and other pieces in verse and prose by that author : also his historical letters ... : never before printed in English / done out of French by Mr. Motteux ; with explanatory remarks on every chapter by the same hand.
Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1660] Pantagruel's prognostication certain, true, and infallible for the year everlasting / newly composed ... by Mr. Alcofribas, sewer in chief to Pantagruel ; set forth long since by that famous well-wisher to the mathematicks and doctor in physick, Francis Rabelais ; done in the way and by the tables of that astrologer of the first magnitude, in the Brittish hemisphere, Anglicus ; and now of late translated out of French by Democritus Pseudomantis.
Rabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553? / [1694] The fifth book of The works of Francis Rabelais, M.D., contaning the heroic deeds and sayings of the great Pantagruel to which is added the Pantagruelian prognostication, Rabelais's letters, and several other pieces by that author / done out of French by P.M.
Radcliffe, Alexander, fl. 1669-1696. / [1682] The ramble an anti-heroick poem : together with some terrestrial hymms and carnal ejaculations / by Alexander Radcliffe ...
Radcliffe, Alexander, fl. 1669-1696. / [1681] Ovid travestie, a burlesque upon Ovid's Epistles by Alexander Radcliffe ...
Radcliffe, Alexander, fl. 1669-1696. / [1680] Bacchinalia cœlestia a poem in praise of Punch / compos'd by the gods and goddesses in Cabal.
Ragg, Isaac. / [1683/4] A copy of verses presented by Isaac Ragg, bell-man, to his masters and mistresses of Holbourn division, in the parish of St. Giles's in the Fields. to his masters and mistresses of Holbourn division, in the parish of St. Giles's in the Fields.
Rainolde, Richard, d. 1606. / [1571] A chronicle of all the noble emperours of the Romaines from Iulius Cæsar, orderly to this moste victorious Emperour Maximilian, that now gouerneth, with the great warres of Iulius Cæsar, [and] Pompeius Magnus: setting forth the great power, and deuine prouidence of almighty God, in preseruing the godly princes and common wealthes. Set forth by Richard Reynoldes, Doctor in Phisicke. Anno. 1571.
Rainolde, Richard, d. 1606. / [1563] A booke called the Foundacion of rhetorike because all other partes of rhetorike are grounded thereupon, euery parte sette forthe in an oracion vpon questions, verie profitable to bee knowen and redde: made by Richard Rainolde Maister of Arte, of the Uniuersitie of Cambridge. 1563.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [1599] Th'overthrow of stage-playes, by the way of controversie betwixt D. Gager and D. Rainoldes wherein all the reasons that can be made for them are notably refuted; th'objections aunswered, and the case so cleared and resolved, as that the iudgement of any man, that is not froward and perverse, may easelie be satisfied. Wherein is manifestly proved, that it is not onely vnlawfull to bee an actor, but a beholder of those vanities. Wherevnto are added also and annexed in th'end certeine latine letters betwixt the sayed Maister Rainoldes, and D. Gentiles, reader of the civill law in Oxford, concerning the same matter.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [1584] The summe of the conference betwene Iohn Rainoldes and Iohn Hart touching the head and the faith of the Church. Wherein by the way are handled sundrie points, of the sufficiencie and right expounding of the Scriptures, the ministerie of the Church, the function of priesthood, the sacrifice of the masse, with other controuerises of religion: but chiefly and purposely the point of Church-gouernment ... Penned by Iohn Rainoldes, according to the notes set downe in writing by them both: perused by Iohn Hart, and (after things supplied, & altered, as he thought good) allowed for the faithfull report of that which past in conference betwene them. Whereunto is annexed a treatise intitled, Six conclusions touching the Holie Scripture and the Church, writen by Iohn Rainoldes. With a defence of such thinges as Thomas Stapleton and Gregorie Martin haue carped at therein.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [Printed. 1584] A sermon vpon part of the prophesie of Obadiah touching the destruction, as of Idumæans, so of Papists; and meanes whereby it must be wrought: preached at Saint Maries in Oxford by Iohn Rainoldes, on the 28. of October last. 1584.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [1649] The prophesie of Haggai, interpreted and applyed in sundry sermons by the famous and judicious divine, John Rainolds, D.D. Never before printed, beeing very usefull for these times.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [1638] An excellent oration of that late famously learned Iohn Rainolds, D.D. and lecturer of the Greek tongue in Oxford Very usefull for all such as affect the studies of logick and philosophie, and admire profane learning. Translated out of Latine into English by I.L. schoolmaster.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [1613] The prophecie of Obadiah opened and applyed in sundry learned and gracious sermons preached at All-Hallowes and St Maries in Oxford by that famous and iudicious divine Iohn Rainolds D. of Divinity and late president of Corp. Chr. Coll. Published for the honour and vse of that famous Vniversity, and for the benefit of the churches of Christ abroad in the country, by W.H.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [1613] A letter of Dr. Reinolds to his friend, concerning his aduice for the studie of diuinitie
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [1614] The discovery of the man of sinne wherein is set forth the changes of Gods church, in her afflictions by his raigne. Consolations by his ruine. First preached in divers sermons to the Vniversitie and cittie of Oxon, by a reverend & iudicious divine IR. D. of Divinity and sometimes of Queenes College. And now published for the farther vse of both, and comfort of all that hate Antichrist and loue the Lord Iesus Christ wheresoever: By W.H.
Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. / [anno 1609] A defence of the iudgment of the Reformed churches. That a man may lawfullie not onelie put awaie his wife for her adulterie, but also marrie another. / Wherin both Robert Bellarmin the Iesuites Latin treatise, and an English pamphlet of a namelesse author mainteyning the contrarie are co[n]futed by Iohn Raynolds. A taste of Bellarmins dealing in controversies of religion: how he depraveth Scriptures, misalleagthe [sic] fathers, and abuseth reasons to the perverting of the truth of God, and poisoning of his Churche with errour..
Rainolds, William, 1544?-1594. / [M.D.XCIII. 1593] A treatise conteyning the true catholike and apostolike faith of the holy sacrifice and sacrament ordeyned by Christ at his last Supper vvith a declaration of the Berengarian heresie renewed in our age: and an answere to certain sermons made by M. Robert Bruce minister of Edinburgh concerning this matter. By VVilliam Reynolde priest.
Rainolds, William, 1544?-1594. / [the yere 1583] A refutation of sundry reprehensions, cauils, and false sleightes, by which M. Whitaker laboureth to deface the late English translation, and Catholike annotations of the new Testament, and the booke of Discouery of heretical corruptions. By William Rainolds, student of diuinitie in the English Colledge at Rhemes
Raleigh, Carew, 1605-1666. / [1656] Observations upon some particular persons and passages in a book lately make publick; intituled, A compleat history of the lives and reignes of Mary Queen of Scotland, and of her son James, the Sixth of Scotland, and the First of England, France and Ireland. Written by a Lover of the Truth.
Raleigh, Carew, 1605-1666. / [1669] A brief relation of Sr. Walter Ralegh's troubles, with the taking away of the lands and castle of Sherborne in Dorset from him and his heires, being his indubitable inheritance
Raleigh, Sir, Walter, 1552?-1618. / [1614 i.e. 1617] The history of the world
Raleigh, Walter, 1586-1646. / [1679] Reliquiæ Raleighanæ being discourses and sermons on several subjects / by the Reverend Dr. Walter Raleigh.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1636] Tubus historicus an historicall perspective; discovering all the empires and kingdomes of the vvorld, as they flourisht respectively under the foure imperiall monarchies. Faithfully composed out of the most approved authours, and exactly digested according to the supputation of the best chronologers. (With a catalogue of the kings and emperours of the chiefe nations of the world.) By the late famous and learned knight Sir Walter Raleigh.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1644] To day a man, to morrow none: or, Sir VValter Ravvleighs farewell to his lady, the night before hee was beheaded; together vvith his advice concerning her, and her sonne.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1632] Sir Walter Raleighs instructions to his sonne and to posterity
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1650] Sir Walter Rawleigh his apologie for his voyage to Guiana by Sir Walter Rawleigh.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1667] Sir Walter Rawleighs judicious and select essayes and observations upon the first invention of shipping, invasive war, the Navy Royal and sea-service : with his apologie for his voyage to Guiana.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1653] Sir Walter Raleigh's observations, touching trade & commerce with the Hollander, and other nations, as it was presented to K. James wherein is proved, that our sea and land commodities serve to inrich and strengthen other countries against our owne ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1651] Sir Walter Raleigh's Sceptick, or speculations and Observations of the magnificency and opulency of cities, his Seat of government, and letters to the Kings Majestie, and others of qualitie : also, his demeanor before his execution.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1696] Select observations of the incomparable Sir Walter Raleigh relating to trade, commerce, and coin, as it was presented to King James : wherein is proved that our money, our sea and land commodities serve to enrich and strengthen other countries against our own ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1697] The secrets of government and misteries of state plainly laid open, in all the several forms of government in the Christian world / published by John Milton, Esq.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1592] The sea-mans triumph Declaring the honorable actions of such gentlemen captaines and sailers, as were at the takinge of the great carrick, lately brought to Dartmouth, with her burthen and commodities, with the maner of their fight, and names of men of accompt. VVith the burning of an other carrick at the Iland of Flowers, of the burthen of 900. tunnes and vpward, written for trueth to a gentleman of great worship in London.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1657] Remains of Sir Walter Raleigh ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1591] A report of the truth of the fight about the Iles of Açores, this last sommer Betvvixt the Reuenge, one of her Maiesties shippes, and an armada of the King of Spaine.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1642] The prince, or, Maxims of state written by Sir Walter Ravvley ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1628] The prerogative of parlaments in England proued in a dialogue (pro & contra) betweene a councellour of state and a iustice of peace / written by the worthy (much lacked and lamented) Sir W. R. Kt. ... ; dedicated to the Kings Maiesty, and to the House of Parlament now assembled ; preserued to be now happily (in these distracted times) published ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1681] The pilgrimage written by Sir Walter Raleigh, Knight, after his condemnation, the day before his death.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [Anno Dom. 1637] The life and death of Mahomet the conquest of Spaine together with the rysing and ruine of the Sarazen Empire. Written by Sr. Walter Raleigh Kt.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1650] Maxims of state written by Sir Walter Raleigh ; whereunto is added his Instructions to his sonne, and The son's advice to his aged father.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1693] An introduction to a breviary of the history of England with the reign of King William the I, entitled the Conqueror / written by Sr. Walter Raleigh, Kt. ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1650] Excellent observations and notes, concerning the Royall Navy and sea-service by Sir Walter Rawleigh ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1650] A discovrse of the originall and fundamentall cause of naturall, customary, arbitrary, voluntary and necessary warre with the mystery of invasive warre : that ecclesiasticall prelates, have alwayes beene subject to temporall princes ... / by Sir Walter Rawleigh ...
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1700] A discourse of sea-ports principally the port and haven of Dover / written by Sir Walter Rawleigh and address'd to Queen Elizabeth ; with useful remarks &c, on that subject by command of His late Majesty K. Charles the second.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1700] A discourse of sea-ports principally of the port and haven of Dover / written by Sir Walter Rawleigh and address'd to Queen Elizabeth ; with useful remarks, &c., on that subject, by command of His late Majesty, K. Charles the Second.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1596] The discouerie of the large, rich, and bevvtiful empire of Guiana with a relation of the great and golden citie of Manoa (which the spanyards call El Dorado) and the prouinces of Emeria, Arromaia, Amapaia, and other countries, with their riuers, adioyning. Performed in the yeare 1595. by Sir W. Ralegh Knight, captaine of her Maiesties Guard, Lo. Warden of the Sannerries [sic], and her Highnesse Lieutenant generall of the countie of Cornewall.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1658] The cabinet-council containing the cheif [sic] arts of empire and mysteries of state : discabineted in political and polemical aphorisms grounded on authority, and experience : and illustrated with the choicest examples and historical observations / by the ever-renowned knight, Sir Walter Raleigh ; published by John Milton, Esq.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1692] The arts of empire and mysteries of state discabineted in political and polemical aphorisms, grounded on authority and experience, and illustrated with the choicest examples and historical observations / by the ever-renowned knight, Sir Walter Raleigh ; published by John Milton, Esq.
Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. / [1698] An abridgement of Sir Walter Raleigh's History of the world in five books ... : wherein the particular chapters and paragraphs are succinctly abrig'd according to his own method in the larger volume : to which is added his Premonition to princes.
Ramazzini, Bernardino, 1633-1714. / [1697] The Abyssinian philosophy confuted, or, Tellvris theoria neither sacred not agreeable to reason being for the most part a translation of Petrus Ramazzini, Of the wonderful springs of Modena : illustrated with many curious remarks and experiments by the author and translator : to which is added a new hypothesis deduced from Scripture and the observation of nature : with an addition of some miscellany experiments / by Robert St. Clair ...
Ramsay, Andrew, 1574-1660. / [1638] A warning to come out of Babylon, in a sermon preached by Master Andrew Ramsay, minister at Edinburgh; at the receiving of Mr. Thomas Abernethie, sometime Jesuite, into the societie of the truely reformed Church of Scotland
Ramsay, Laurence. / [1579] A short discourse of mans fatall end with an vnfaygned, commendation of the worthinesse of Syr Nicholas Bacon, Knight, Lord Keeper of the great Seale of England: who disceased the xx. day of February. 1578.
Ramus, Petrus, 1515-1572. / [1636] Via regia ad geometriam. = The vvay to geometry Being necessary and usefull, for astronomers. Geographers. Land-meaters. Sea-men. Engineres. Architecks. Carpenters. Paynters. Carvers, &c. Written in Latine by Peter Ramus, and now translated and much enlarged by the learned Mr. William Bedvvell.
Ramus, Petrus, 1515-1572. / [1584] P. Rami Dialecticae libri duo, scholiis G. Tempelli Cantabrigiensis illustrati. Quibus accessit, eodem authore, de Porphyrianis prædicabilibus disputatio. Item: epistolæ de P. Rami Dialectica contra Iohannis Piscatoris responsionem defensio, in capita viginti novem redacta
Ramus, Petrus, 1515-1572. / [1651] A compendium of the art of logick and rhetorick in the English tongue Containing all that Peter Ramus, Aristotle, and others have writ thereon: with plaine directions for the more easie understanding and practice of the same.
Ranchin, Guillaume, b. 1560. / [Anno Domini MDCXXXVIII. 1638] A revievv of the Councell of Trent VVherein are contained the severall nullities of it: with the many grievances and prejudices done by it to Christian kings and princes: as also to all catholique churches in the world; and more particularly to the Gallicane Church. First writ in French by a learned Roman-Catholique. Now translated into English by G.L.
Randall, John, 1570-1622. / [1631] Tvventy nine lectures of the Church very necessary for the consolation and support of Gods Church, especially in these times: wherein is handled, first, in generall concerning first, the name; secondly, the titles; thirdly, the nature, fourthly, the diuision of the true Church: secondly, of the visible Church ... and lastly, the application of it to all Churches in the world so farre as they are knowne to vs. By that learned and faithfull preacher, Master Iohn Randall, Batchelor of Diuinity, pastor of Saint Andrewes Hubbart in little Eastcheape, London, and sometimes fellow of Lincolne Colledge in Oxford. Published by the coppie perfected and giuen by the author in his life time; carefully preserued and adorned with notes in the margent, by the late faithfull minister of Christ, Master William Holbrooke.
Randolph, Thomas, 1605-1635. / [1651] A pleasant comedie, entituled Hey for honesty, down with knavery translated out of Aristophanes his Plutus by Tho. Randolph, augmented and published by F.J.
Randolph, Thomas, 1605-1635. / [M.DC.XXXVIII. 1638] Poems with the Muses looking-glasse: and Amyntas· By Thomas Randolph Master of Arts, and late fellow of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge.
Randolph, Thomas, 1605-1635. / [1642] The high and mightie commendation of the vertue of a pot of good ale full of wit without offence, of mirth without obscenities of pleasure without scurrilitie, and of good content without distaste : whereunto is added the valiant battell fought between the Norfolk Cock and the Wisbich Cock / written by Thomas Randall.
Randolph, Thomas, 1605-1635. / [1643] The muses looking-glasse by T.R.
Randolph, Thomas, 1605-1635. / [Ann. Dom. 1632] The jealous lovers A comedie presented to their gracious Majesties at Cambridge, by the students of Trinity-Colledge. Written by Thomas Randolph, Master of Arts, and fellow of the house.
Randolph, Thomas, 1605-1635. / [MDCXXX 1630] Aristippus, or, The Ioviall philosopher presented in a priuate shew : to which is added, The conceited pedler.
Rankins, William, fl. 1587. / [in anno. Do. 1587] A mirrour of monsters wherein is plainely described the manifold vices, &c spotted enormities, that are caused by the infectious sight of playes, with the description of the subtile slights of Sathan, making them his instruments. Compiled by Wil. Rankins. Séene and allowed.
Rankins, William, fl. 1587. / [1598] Seauen satyres applyed to the weeke including the worlds ridiculous follyes. True fælicity described in the phoenix. Maulgre. Whereunto is annexed the wandring satyre. By W. Rankins, Gent.
Rankins, William, fl. 1587. / [1588] The English ape, the Italian imitation, the footesteppes of Fraunce VVherein is explaned, the wilfull blindnesse of subtill mischiefe, the striuing for starres, the catching of mooneshine: and the secrete found of many hollow hearts. by W.R.
Rapin, René, 1621-1687. / [1674] Reflections on Aristotle's treatise of poesie containing the necessary, rational, and universal rules for epick, dramatick, and the other sorts of poetry : with reflections on the works of the ancient and modern poets, and their faults noted / by R. Rapin.
Rapin, René, 1621-1687. / [1672] Of gardens four books first written in Latine verse by Renatus Rapinus ; and now made English by J.E.
Rapin, René, 1621-1687. / [1672] Observations on the poems of Homer and Virgil a discourse representing the excellencies of those works; and the perfections in general, of all heroick action. Out of the French, by John Davies of Kidwelly.
Rapin, René, 1621-1687. / [1694] Monsieur Rapin's Comparison of Thucydides and Livy translated into English.
Rapin, René, 1621-1687. / [1672] Judgment on Alexander and Cæsar and also on Seneca, Plutarch, and Petronius / translated out of the French.
Rapin, René, 1621-1687. / [1680] Instructions for history with a character of the most considerable historians, ancient and modern / out of the French, by J. Davies of Kidwelly.
Rastell, John, 1532-1577. / [x. Martij. Anno M.D.LXV. 1565] A replie against an ansvver (falslie intitled) in defence of the truth, made by Iohn Rastell: M. of Art, and studient in diuinitie
Rastell, John, 1532-1577. / [M.D.LXVI. 1566] A treatise intitled, Beware of M. Iewel. By Iohn Rastel Master of Arte and student of diuinitie
Rastell, John, 1532-1577. / [M.D.LXVI. 1566] The third booke, declaring by examples out of auncient councels, fathers, and later writers, that it is time to beware of M. Iewel by Iohn Rastel ...
Rastell, John, 1532-1577. / [xx. Ianuarij. Anno M.D.LXV 1565] A copie of a challenge, taken owt [sic] of the confutation of M. Iuells sermon made by Iohn Rastell
Rastell, John, 1532-1577. / [21. Nouemb. Anno. 1564] A confutation of a sermon, pronou[n]ced by M. Iuell, at Paules crosse, the second Sondaie before Easter (which Catholikes doe call Passion Sondaie) Anno D[omi]ni .M.D.LX. By Iohn Rastell M. of Art, and studient in diuinitie
Rastell, John, 1532-1577. / [Anno D. 1567] A briefe shevv of the false vvares packt together in the named, Apology of the Churche of England. By Iohn Rastell M. of Art and student of diuinitie
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [ca. 1525] A new co[m]modye in englysh in maner of an enterlude ryght elygant [and] full of craft of rethoryk, wherein is shewd [and] dyscrybyd as well the bewte [and] good propertes of women, as theyr vycys [and] euyll co[n]dicio[n]s, with a morall co[n]clusion [and] exhortacyon to vertew
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [1530?] The pastyme of people The cronycles of dyuers realmys and most specyally of the realme of Englond breuely co[m]pylyd [and] empryntyd in chepesyde at the sygne of the mearemayd next to pollys gate. Cum priuilegio.
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [ca. 1525] Of gentylnes and nobylyte A dyaloge betwen the marchaut the knyght and the plowman dysputyng who is a verey gentylman [et] who is a noble man and how men shuld come to auctoryte, compiled in maner of an enterlude with diuers toys [et] gestis addyd therto to make mery pastyme and disport.
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [1520?] A new iuterlude [sic] and a mery of the nature of the .iiii. element declarynge many proper poynt of phylosophy naturall, and of dyuers straunge landys and of dyuers straunge effects [and] causis, whiche interlude yf ye hole matter be playd wyl conteyne the space of an hour and a halfe, but yf le lyst ye may leue out muche of the sad mater as the messengers p[ar]te, and some of experyens p[ar]te [and] yet the matter wyl depend conuenyently, and than it wyll not be paste thre quarters of an hour of length.
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [the .x. day of October, ye yere of our lord god. M.CCCCC.XXX 1530] A new boke of purgatory whiche is a dyaloge [and] dysputacyon betwene one Comyngo an Almayne a Christen man, [and] one Gyngemyn a turke of Machoinett law, dysputynge by naturall reason and good philosophye, whether there be a purgatorye. which boke is deuyded into thre dyalogys. The fyrst dyaloge sheweth and treateth of the merueylous exystens of god. The seconde dyaloge treateth of the immortalyte of mannys soule. The thyrde dyaloge treateth of purgatory.
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [1685] Les termes de la ley; or, Certain difficult and obscure words and terms of the common laws and statutes of this realm now in use, expounded and explained Now corrected and enlarged. With very great additions throughout the whole book, never printed in any other impression.
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [1595] An exposition of certaine difficult and obscure words, and termes of the lawes of this realme, newly set forth & augmented, both in French & English, for the help of such yong students, as are desirous to attaine to the knowledge of the same
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [1579] An exposition of certaine difficult and obscure words, and termes of the lawes of this realme, newly set foorth and augmented, both in french and English, for the helpe of such younge students as are desirous to attaine the knowledge of ye same. Whereunto are also added the olde Tenures
Rastell, John, d. 1536. / [ca. 1523] Exposicio[n]es t[er]mi[n]o[rum] legu[m] anglo[rum]. Et natura breuium cu[m] diuersib[us] casub[us] regulis et fundame[n]tis legum tam de libris Magistri Litteltoni qua[m] de aliis legum libris collectis [et] breuit[er] compilatis p[er] iuuinib[us] valde necessariis. The exposicions of [the] termys of [the] law of england [and] the nature of the writts with diuers rulys [and] principalles of the law as well out of the bokis of Mayster Littelton as of other bokis of the law gaderyd and breuely compyled for yong men very necessarye.
Ratramnus, monk of Corbie, d. ca. 868. / [1624] Three rare monuments of antiquitie, or Bertram, priest, a French-man, of the body and blood of Christ, (written 800 yeares agoe) with the late Romish purging thereof: Ælfricus, Arch-bishop of Canterburie, an English-man, his sermon of the sacrament, (preached 627 yeares agoe:) and Maurus, abbot, a Scots-man, his discourse of the same (820 yeares agoe:) all stronglie convincing that grosse errour of transubstantiation. Translated and compacted by M. VVilliam Guild, minister at King-Edward
Rattray, Sylvester, fl. 1650-1666. / [1658] Aditus novus ad occultas sympathiæ et antipathiæ causas inveniendas per principia philosophiæ naturalis, ex fermentorum artificiosâ anatomia hausta, patefactus / a Sylvestro Rattray ...
Raunce, John, 17th cent. / [1665] England's remembrancer of the day of her visitation, and of the woes near to be revealed, except she repent
Raunce, John, 17th cent. / [1665] Certain things as they were revealed before they came to pass are now in love published with some addition concerning the present times / [by] J.R.
Raunce, John, 17th cent. / [1662] A few words to all people concerning the present and succeeding times.
Raveneau de Lussan, Sieur. / [1698] A journal of a voyage made into the South Sea, by the bucaniers or freebooters of America, from the year 1684 to 1689 written by the Sieur Raveneau de Lussan ; to which is added, The voyage of the Sieur de Montauban, captain of the free-booters on the coast of Guiney, in the year 1695.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1687] Titus Andronicus, or, The rape of Lavinia acted at the Theatre Royall : a tragedy, alter'd from Mr. Shakespears works / by Mr. Edw. Ravenscroft.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1677] The wrangling lovers, or, The invisible mistress a comedy.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1683] Prologue to Dame Dobson the cunning woman spoken by Mrs. Currer. Epilogue to the same : spoken by Mr. Jevorn.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1677] Scaramouch a philosopher, Harlequin a school-boy, bravo, merchant, and magician a comedy after the Italian manner : acted at the Theatre-Royal / written by Mr. Edward Ravenscroft.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1682] The London cockolds a comedy as it is acted at The Duke's Theatre / by Edward Ravenscroft, Gent.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1677] King Edgar and Alfreda a tragi-comedy : acted at the Theatre-Royal / written by Edward Ravenscroft ...
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1698] The Italian husband a tragedy, acted at the Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields / by Edw. Ravenscroft.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1678] The English lawyer a comedy, acted at the Royal Theatre / written by Edvvard Ravenscroft ...
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1684] Dame Dobson, or, The cunning woman a comedy as it is acted at the Duke's Theatre / by Edward Ravenscroft ...
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1697] The anatomist, or, The sham doctor written by Mr. Ravenscroft ; with The loves of Mars and Venus, a play set to music, written by Mr. Motteux ; as they are acted together at the New Theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1672] The citizen turn'd gentleman a comedy acted at the Dvke's theatre / by Edw. Ravenscroft.
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1673] The careless lovers a comedy acted at the Duke's theatre / written by Edward Ravenscrofts ...
Ravenscroft, Edward, 1654?-1707. / [1695] The Canterbury guests, or, A bargain broken a comedy : acted at the Theatre-Royal / written by Mr. Edward Ravenscroft.
Ravenscroft, Thomas, 1592?-1635? / [1611] Melismata Musicall phansies. Fitting the court, citie, and countrey humours. To 3, 4, and 5. voyces.
Ravenscroft, Thomas, 1592?-1635? / [1609] Deuteromelia: or the seconde part of Musicks melodie, or melodius musicke Of pleasant roundelaies; K.H. mirth, or freemens songs. And such delightful catches.
Ravenscroft, Thomas, 1592?-1635? / [1614] A briefe discourse of the true (but neglected) vse of charact'ring the degrees, by their perfection, imperfection, and diminution in measurable musicke, against the common practise and custome of these times Examples whereof are exprest in the harmony of 4. voyces, concerning the pleasure of 5. vsuall recreations. 1 Hunting, 2 hawking, 3 dauncing, 4 drinking, 5 enamouring. By Thomas Rauenscroft, Bachelor of Musicke.
Rawlet, John, 1642-1686. / [1667] A treatise of sacramental convenanting with Christ shewing the ungodly their contempt of Christ, in their contempt of the Sacremental covenant : and calling them (not to a profanation of this holy ordnanice [sic], but) to an understanding, serious, entire dedication of themselves to God in the sacramental covenant, and a believing commemoration of the death of Christ / by M.M.
Rawlet, John, 1642-1686. / [1687] Poetick miscellanies of Mr John Rawlet, B.D. and late lecturer of S. Nicholas Church in the town and county of New-Castle upon Tine
Rawlet, John, 1642-1686. / [1672] An explication of the Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord's Prayer with the addition of some forms of prayer / by John Rawlet ...
Rawlet, John, 1642-1686. / [1685] A dialogue betwixt two Protestants in answer to a popish catechism called A short catechism against all sectaries : plainly shewing that the members of the Church of England are no sectaries but true Catholicks and that our Church is a found part of Christ's holy Catholick Church in whose communion therefore the people of this nation are most strictly bound in conscience to remain : in two parts.
Rawlet, John, 1642-1686. / [1686] The Christian monitor containing an earnest exhortation to an holy life, with some directions in order thereto : written in a plain and easie style, for all sorts of people.
Rawlins, John. / [1622] The famous and wonderfull recoverie of a ship of Bristoll, called the Exchange, from the Turkish Pirates of Argier With the vnmatchable attempts and good successe of Iohn Rawlins, pilot in her, and other slaues; who in the end with the slaughter of about 40. of the Turkes and Moores, brought the ship into Plimouth the 13. of February last; with the captaine a renegado, and 5. Turkes more, besides the redemption of 24. men, and one boy, from Turkish slauerie.
Rawlins, Thomas, 1620?-1670. / [1677] Tom Essence, or, The modish wife a comedy : as it is acted at the Duke's Theatre.
Rawlins, Thomas, 1620?-1670. / [1678] Tunbridge-Wells, or, A days courtship a comedy : as it is acted at the Dukes-Theatre / written by a person of quality ...
Rawlins, Thomas, 1620?-1670. / [1640] The rebellion a tragedy: as it was acted nine dayes together, and divers times since with good applause, by his Majesties Company of Revells. Written by Thomas Rawlins.
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1691] The wisdom of God manifested in the works of the creation being the substance of some common places delivered in the chappel of Trinity-College, in Cambridge / by John Ray ...
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1693] Three physico-theological discourses ... wherein are largely discussed the production and use of mountains, the original of fountains, of formed stones, and sea-fishes bones and shells found in the earth, the effects of particular floods and inundations of the sea, the eruptions of vulcano's, the nature and causes of earthquakes : with an historical account of those two late remarkable ones in Jamaica and England ... / by John Ray ...
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1678] The ornithology of Francis Willughby of Middleton in the county of Warwick Esq, fellow of the Royal Society in three books : wherein all the birds hitherto known, being reduced into a method sutable to their natures, are accurately described : the descriptions illustrated by most elegant figures, nearly resembling the live birds, engraven in LXXVII copper plates : translated into English, and enlarged with many additions throughout the whole work : to which are added, Three considerable discourses, I. of the art of fowling, with a description of several nets in two large copper plates, II. of the ordering of singing birds, III. of falconry / by John Ray ...
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1693] Serious and seasonable advice to the English soldiers of His Majesty's army
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1700] A persuasive to a holy life, from the happiness that attends it both in this world and in the world to come by John Ray ...
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1692] Miscellaneous discourses concerning the dissolution and changes of the world wherein the primitive chaos and creation, the general deluge, fountains, formed stones, sea-shells found in the earth, subterraneous trees, mountains, earthquakes, vulcanoes, the universal conflagration and future state, are largely discussed and examined / by John Ray ...
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1673] Observations topographical, moral, & physiological made in a journey through part of the low-countries, Germany, Italy, and France with a catalogue of plants not native of England, found spontaneously growing in those parts, and their virtues / by John Ray ... ; whereunto is added a brief account of Francis Willughby, Esq., his voyage through a great part of Spain.
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1674] A collection of English vvords not generally used, with their significations and original in two alphabetical catalogues, the one of such as are proper to the northern, the other to the southern counties : with catalogues of English birds and fishes : and an account of the preparing and refining such metals and minerals as are gotten in England / by John Ray ...
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1678] A collection of English proverbs digested into a convenient method for the speedy finding any one upon occasion : with short annotations : whereunto are added local proverbs with their explications, old proverbial rhythmes, less known or exotick proverbial sentences, and Scottish proverbs / by J. Ray, M.A. and Fellow of the Royal Society.
Ray, John, 1627-1705. / [1693] A collection of curious travels & voyages in two tomes ... / by John Ray ...
Raymond, John, 17th cent. / [1667] Folly in print, or, A book of rymes
Raymond, John, Gent. / [1648] An itinerary contayning a voyage, made through Italy, in the yeare 1646, and 1647. Illustrated with divers figures of antiquities. Never before published. / By Jo: Raymond, Gent.
Raymond, of Capua, 1330-1399. / [1500?] Here begynneth the lyf of saint katherin of senis the blessid virgin