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Rycaut, Paul, Sir, 1628-1700. / [1668] The present state of the Ottoman Empire containing the maxims of the Turkish politie, the most material points of the Mahometan religion, their sects and heresies, their convents and religious votaries, their military discipline ... : illustrated with divers pieces of sculpture, representing the variety of habits amongst the Turks, in three books / by Paul Rycaut Esq. ...
Rycaut, Paul, Sir, 1628-1700. / [1679] The present state of the Greek and Armenian churches, anno Christi 1678 written at the command of His Majesty by Paul Ricaut.
Rycaut, Paul, Sir, 1628-1700. / [1680] The history of the Turkish empire from the year 1623 to the year 1677 containing the reigns of the three last emperours, viz., Sultan Morat or Amurat IV, Sultan Ibrahim, and Sultan Mahomet IV, his son, the XIII emperour now reigning / by Paul Rycaut, Esq. ...
Ryckes, John. / [The yere of our lorde. M.CCCCC. and xxv. 1525 The vij. daye of October] The ymage of loue Here foloweth a goostly pamphlete or mater co[m]pendyously extract of holy scrypture, and doctours of ye chyrche, called ye ymage of loue, very necessary for all vertuous persones to loke vpon.
Ryckes, John. / [An. 1587] The true image of Christian love An excellent, learned, and very comfortable treatise, meete and necessarie for these dangerous days: wherein men are growen so disobedient to God, so vndutifull to their Prince, and so vnchartiable to their neighbors. Written in Latin by Adrian Sauorine a Dominican Frier, and translated 50. yeres ago by an English obseruant frier named Richard Rikes, [and] now truely conferred with the auncient copies, and published by A.M. one of the messengers of his Maiesties chamber.
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1698] A vindication of An essay concerning critical and curious learning in which are contained some short reflections on the controversie betwixt Sir William Temple and Mr. Wotton, and that betwixt Dr. Bentley and Mr. Boyle : in an answer to an Oxford pamphlet / by the author of that essay.
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1678] The tragedies of the last age consider'd and examin'd by the practice of the ancients and by the common sense of all ages in a letter to Fleetwood Shepheard, Esq. / by Thomas Rymer, of Grays-Inn, Esq.
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1693] A short view of tragedy it's original, excellency and corruption : with some reflections on Shakespear and other practitioners for the stage / by Mr. Rymer ...
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1688] A poem on the Prince of Orange his expedition and success in England written by Mr. Rymer.
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1689] A poem on the arrival of Queen Mary, February the 12th, 1689 written by Mr. Rymer.
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1681] A general draught and prospect of government in Europe, and civil policy Shewing the antiquity, power, decay, of Parliaments. With other historical and political observations relating thereunto. In a letter.
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1698] An essay, concerning critical and curious learning in which are contained some short reflections on the controversie betwixt Sir William Temple and Mr. Wotton, and that betwixt Dr. Bentley and Mr. Boyl / by T.R. Esq.
Rymer, Thomas, 1641-1713. / [1693] Edgar, or the English monarch an heroick tragedy. By Mr. Thomas Rymer, servant to Their Majesties.
Ryves, Bruno, 1596-1677. / [1685] Mercurius Rusticus, or, The countries complaint of the barbarous outrages committed by the sectaries of this late flourishing kingdom together with a brief chronology of the battels, sieges, conflicts, and other most remarkable passages, from the beginning of this unnatural war, to the 25th of March, 1646.
Ryves, Bruno, 1596-1677. / [Anno 1647. i.e. 1648] Angliæ ruina: or, Englands ruine represented in the barbarous, and sacrilegious outrages of the sectaries of this kingdome, committed upon the lives, consciences and estates of all His Maj: loyal subjects in generall; but more particularly upon the churches, colledges, clergie, and scholars of the same. Containing two briefe catalogues of such heads and fellowes of colledges in the University of Cambridge, and other learned and pious divines, within the city of London, as have been ejected, plundered, imprisoned, or banished, for their constancie in the Protestant religion, and loyalty to their soveraigne. Whereunto is added, a chronologie of the time and place of all the battails, sieges, conflicts, and other remarkable passages which have happened betwixt His Majesty and the Parliament; with a catalogue of such persons of quality, as have been slain on either party, from Novemb. 3. 1640 till the 25. of March, 1647.