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Valdés, Juan de, d. 1541. / [Ann. Dom. 1638] The hundred and ten considerations of Signior Iohn Valdesso treating of those things which are most profitable, most necessary, and most perfect in our Christian profession. Written in Spanish, brought out of Italy by Vergerius, and first set forth in Italian at Basil by Cœlius Secundus Curio, anno 1550. Afterward translated into French, and printed at Lions 1563. and again at Paris 1565. And now translated out of the Italian copy into English, with notes. Whereunto is added an epistle of the authors, or a preface to his divine commentary upon the Romans.
Valentine, Henry, d. 1643. / [1655. i.e. 1656] Defosiwneu priod wedi ei cymhwyso i bum rhan gweddi: sef, I. Cyffes. II. Rhagddeifyfiad. III. Deifyfiad. IV. Talu-diolch. V. Erfyniad. Ac arch arbennig tros y clâf. A chynghorien a gweddiau ar ddydd yr arglwydd, oslaen cymmun, erbyn dydd marwolaeth, adydd y farn. A dwy weddi beunyddiol, sef boreuol a phrydnbawnol: wedi ei eyfiaethu yn Gymraec, trwy waith W. L. M.A. Rhus. 11. 14
Valera, Cipriano de, 1532?-1625. / [1600] Two treatises the first, of the liues of the popes, and their doctrine. The second, of the masse: the one and the other collected of that, which the doctors, and ancient councels, and the sacred Scripture do teach. Also, a swarme of false miracles, wherewith Marie de la Visitacion, prioresse de la Annuntiada of Lisbon, deceiued very many: and how she was discouered, and condemned. The second edition in Spanish augmented by the author himselfe, M. Cyprian Valera, and translated into English by Iohn Golburne. 1600.
Valerius Maximus. / [1678] Romæ antiquæ descriptio a view of the religion, laws, customs, manners, and dispositions of the ancient Romans, and others : comprehended in their most illustrious acts and sayings agreeable to history / written in Latine by ... Quintus Valerius Maximus ; and now carefully rendred into English ; together with the life of the author.
Valincour, Jean-Baptiste-Henri Du Trousset de, 1653-1730. / [1681] The life of Francis of Lorrain, Duke of Guise
Valla, Lorenzo, 1406-1457. / [1534] A treatyse of the donation or gyfte and endowme[n]t of possessyons, gyuen and graunted vnto Syluester pope of Rhome, by Constantyne emperour of Rome [and] what truth is in the same grau[n] thou mayst se, and rede ye iugement of certayne great lerned men, whose names on the other page of this leafe done appere.
Vallans, William. / [1590] A tale of tvvo swannes VVherein is comprehended the original and increase of the riuer Lee commonly called Ware-riuer: together, with the antiquitie of sundrie places and townes seated vpon the same. Pleasant to be read, and not altogether vnprofitable to bee vnderstood. By W.V.
Vallans, William. / [1615] The honourable prentice: or, This taylor is a man Shewed in the life and death of Sir John Hawekwood, sometime prentice of London: interlaced with the famous history of the noble Fitzwalter, Lord of Woodham in Essex, and of the poisoning of his faire daughter: Also of the merry customes of Dunmow, where any one may freely haue a gammon of bacon, that repents not mariage in a yeere and a day. Whereunto is annexed the most lamentable murther of Robert Hall at the high altar in Westminster Abbey.
Vanbrugh, John, Sir, 1664-1726. / [1697] The relapse, or, Virtue in danger being the sequel of The fool in fashion : a comedy acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Vanbrugh, John, Sir, 1664-1726. / [1698] A short vindication of The relapse and the provok'd wife from immorality and prophaneness by the author.
Vanbrugh, John, Sir, 1664-1726. / [1697] The provok'd wife a comedy : as it is acted at the new theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields / by the author of a new comedy call'd the Relapse, or, Virtue in danger.
Vanbrugh, John, Sir, 1664-1726. / [1697] Aesop a comedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. / [1662] Two treatises ... both written by Sir Henry Vane, Knight in the time of his imprisonment.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. / [1643] Two speeches spoken at a common hall Octob. 27. 1643 1. by Sir Henry Vane, 2. by Master Marshall; wherein is shew'd the readynesse of the Scots to assist the kingdome and Parliament of England to the vtmost of their power.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. / [1655] The retired mans meditations, or, The mysterie and power of godlines shining forth in the living Word to the unmasking the mysterie of iniquity in the most refined and purest forms : and withall presenting to view ... in which old light is restored and new light justified : being the witness which is given to this age / by Henry Vane.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. / [1660?] A needful corrective or ballance in popular government expressed in a letter to James Harrington, Esquire, upon occasion of a late treatise of his, and published as seasonable in the present juncture of affaires
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter from Sir Henry Vane to Sir Arthur Hasilrig. Dated 23 February, 1659.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. / [1656] A healing question propounded and resolved upon occasion of the late publique and seasonable call to humiliation in order to love and union amongst the honest party, and with a desire to apply balsome to the wound, before it become incurable.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662, defendant. / [1662] The tryal of Sir Henry Vane, Kt. at the Kings Bench, Westminster, June the 2d. and 6th, 1662 together with what he intended to have spoken the day of his sentence (June 11) for arrest of judgment (had he not been interrupted and over-ruled by the court) and his bill of exceptions : with other occasional speeches, &c. : also his speech and prayer, &c. on the scaffold.
Varchi, Benedetto, 1503-1565. / [1615] The blazon of iealousie· A subiect not written of by any heretofore· First written in Italian, by that learned gentleman Benedetto Varchi, sometimes Lord Chauncelor vnto the Signorie of Venice: and translated into English, with speciall notes vpon the same; by R.T. Gentleman.
Vassall, Samuel, 1586-1667. / [1654] To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. The humble petition of Samuel Vassall Esq;
Vassall, Samuel, 1586-1667. / [1658] Samuel Vassall of London, Esq;
Vauban, Sébastien Le Prestre de, 1633-1707. / [1691] The new method of fortification, as practised by Monsieur de Vauban, Engineer General of France with an explication of all terms appertaining to that art / made English.
Vaughan, Henry, 1617 or 18-1661. / [1644] A sermon preached at the publiquf [sic] fast, March the eight in the afternoon, at St. Maries Oxford, before the members of the Honourable House of Commons there assembled by Henry Vaughan ... ; and printed by their order.
Vaughan, Henry, 1622-1695. / [1678] Thalia rediviva the pass-times and diversions of a countrey-muse, in choice poems on several occasions : with some learned remains of the eminent Eugenius Philalethes, never made publick till now.
Vaughan, Henry, 1622-1695. / [1646] Poems, with the tenth Satyre of Iuvenal Englished. By Henry Vaughan, Gent.
Vaughan, Henry, 1622-1695. / [1650] Silex scintillans, or, Sacred poems and priuate eiaculations by Henry Vaughan ...
Vaughan, Henry, 1622-1695. / [1651] Olor Iscanus. A collection of some select poems, and translations, / formerly written by Mr. Henry Vaughan silurist. ; Published by a friend.
Vaughan, Henry, 1622-1695. / [1652] The Mount of Olives: or, Solitary devotions. By Henry Vaughan silurist. With an excellent discourse of the blessed state of man in glory, written by the most reverend and holy Father Anselm Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, and now done into English.
Vaughan, Henry, Sir, 1587?-1659? / [1647] A protestation of the gentlemen prisoners in the Tower of London dated October 1647 made by them upon the occasion of an order of the House of Commons for their sudden removall thence to severall other persons where by treason of the sequestring them of all their estates (contrary to the known and fundamentall laws of England, contained in Magna Charta and the petition of right, &c. so often sword to be maintained and inviolably observed by this present Parliament) and denying unto them according to the known law of the land, allowance for their maintenance) they must in reason be necessitated to sterve and perish : unto which is prefixed their letter, which the 14 of October 1647 was delivered to the speaker of the House of Commons.
Vaughan, Rice. / [1696] A discourse of coin and coinage the first invention, use, matter, forms, proportions, and differences, ancient and modern. With the advantages and disadvantages of the rise and fall thereof, in their own or neighbouring nations: and the reasons. Together with a short account of our common-law therein. As also tables of the value of all sorts of pearls, diamonds, gold, silver, and other metals. By Rice Vaughan, late of Grays-Inn, Esq;
Vaughan, Robert, 1592-1667. / [1662] British antiquities revived, or, A friendly contest touching the soveraignty of the three princes of VVales in ancient times managed with certain arguments whereunto answers are applyed by Robert Vaughan, Esq. ; to which is added the pedigree of the Right Honourable the Earl of Carbery, Lord President of Wales ; with a short account of the five royall tribes of Cambria, by the same author.
Vaughan, Rowland, fl. 1610. / [1610] Most approued, and long experienced vvater-vvorkes Containing, the manner of winter and summer-drowning of medow and pasture, by the aduantage of the least, riuer, brooke, fount, or water-prill adiacent; there-by to make those grounds (especially if they be drye) more fertile ten for one. As also a demonstration of a proiect, for the great benefit of the common-wealth generally, but of Hereford-shire especially. / By Rowland Vaughan, Esquire.
Vaughan, Thomas, 1622-1666. / [1650] The man-mouse taken in a trap, and tortur'd to death for gnawing the margins of Eugenius Philalethes.
Vaughan, Thomas, 1622-1666. / [1650] Magia adamica or the antiquitie of magic, and the descent thereof from Adam downwards, proved. Whereunto is added a perfect, and full discoverie of the true cœlum terræ, or the magician's heavenly chaos, and first matter of all things. By Eugenius Philalethes.
Vaughan, Thomas, 1622-1666. / [1650] Anima magica abscondita or a discourse of the universall spirit of nature, with his strange, abstruse, miraculous ascent, and descent. By Eugenius Philalethes.
Vaughan, Thomas, 1622-1666. / [1651] Lumen de lumine, or, A new magicall light discovered and communicated to the world by Eugenius Philalethes.
Vaughan, Thomas, 1622-1666. / [1669] A brief natural history intermixed with variety of philosophical discourses and refutations of such vulgar errours as our modern authors have hitherto omitted / by Eugenius Philalethes.
Vaughan, Thomas, 1622-1666. / [1650] Anthroposophia theomagica or A discourse of the nature of man and his state after death; grounded on his creator's proto-chimistry, and verifi'd by a practicall examination of principles in the great world. By Eugenius Philalethes.
Vaughan, Thomas, 1669?-1696, defendant. / [1697] The tryal and condemnation of Capt. Thomas Vaughan for high treason in adhering to the French-king and for endeavouring the destruction of His Majesties ships in the Nore who upon full evidence was found guilty at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily, on the 6th of Novemb. 1696 : with all the learned arguments of the King's and prisoners council, both of
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1641] The sovles exercise in the daily contemplation of our Saviours birth, life, passion, and resurrection William Vavghan, knight.
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1630] The Newlanders cure Aswell of those violent sicknesses which distemper most minds in these latter dayes: as also by a cheape and newfound dyet, to preserue the body sound and free from all diseases, vntill the last date of life, through extreamity of age. Wherein are inserted generall and speciall remedies against the scuruy. Coughes. Feauers. Goute. Collicke. Sea-sicknesses, and other grieuous infirmities. Published for the weale of Great Brittaine, by Sir William Vaughan, Knight.
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1600] Naturall and artificial directions for health deriued from the best philosophers, as well moderne, as auncient. By William Vaughan, Master of Artes, and student in the ciuill law.
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1600] The golden-groue moralized in three bookes: a worke very necessary for all such, as would know how to gouerne themselues, their houses, or their countrey. Made by W. Vaughan, Master of Artes, and student in the ciuill law,
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1626] The golden fleece diuided into three parts, vnder which are discouered the errours of religion, the vices and decayes of the kingdome, and lastly the wayes to get wealth, and to restore trading so much complayned of. Transported from Cambrioll Colchos, out of the southermost part of the iland, commonly called the Newfoundland, by Orpheus Iunior, for the generall and perpetuall good of Great Britaine.
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1640] The Church militant historically continued from the yeare of our Saviours Incarnation 33. untill this present, 1640. By William Vaughan, Knight.
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1630] Cambrensium Caroleia Quibus pr[a]ecepta necessaria ad rempublicam nostram fœliciter administrandum interxuntur [sic]: opera & studio Gulielmi Vaughanni militis.
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1630] The arraignment of slander periury blasphemy, and other malicious sinnes shewing sundry examples of Gods iudgements against the ofenders. As well by the testimony of the Scriptures, and of the fathers of the primatiue church as likewise out of the reportes of Sir Edward Dier, Sir Edward Cooke, and other famous lawiers of this kingdome. Published by Sir William Vaughan knight.
Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. / [1612] Approved directions for health, both naturall and artificiall deriued from the best physitians as well moderne as auncient. Teaching how euery man should keepe his body and mind in health: and sicke, how hee may safely restore it himselfe. Diuided into 6. sections 1. Ayre, fire and water. 2. Meate, drinke with nourishment. 3. Sleepe, earely rising and dreames. 4. Auoidance of excrements, by purga. 5. The soules qualities and affections. 6. Quarterly, monethly, and daily diet. Newly corrected and augmented by the authour.
Vaumorière, M. de (Pierre Ortigue), 1610-1693. / [1660] The grand Scipio an excellent new romance / written in French by Monsieur de Vaumoriere ; and rendered into English by G.H.
Vautor, Thomas. / [1619] The first set beeing songs of diuers ayres and natures, of [f]iue and sixe parts, apt for vyols and voyces / newly composed by Thomas Vautor ...