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The Presbyterian and Independent Visible Churches in New-England And elsewhere, Brought to the Test, and examined according to the Doctrine of the holy Scriptures, By George Keith. London Printed for Thomas Northcott,. 1691. 8°, A-P in eights, including a leaf of quotations before the title. KELLIE, SIR THOMAS.

Pallas Armata, Or, Militarie Instructions for the Learned: And all Generous Spirits, who affect the Profession of Armes. The First Part, Containing the Exercise of Infanterie, as well Ancient, as Moderne: Wherein are Clearely set downe all the Postures and Motions, belonging to Battalions of Foote. Printed at Edinburgh, by the Heires of Andro Hart. 1627. 4o. Title, 1 leaf: dedication to John Earl of Rothes, 2 leaves: prefaces, 5 leaves: verses by W. Drummond, &c., 2 leaves: the work, A-Q in fours, a leaf of R, and a large folded leaf in D. B. M.


A Svrvey of the New Religion, Detecting many Grosse Absvrdities which it implieth. Set forth by Matthew Kellison, Doctor and Professor of Diuinitie. Divided into eight bookes. Newly augmented by the Author. Printed at Doway by Lavrence Kellam, 4o. ǎ-u in fours: *, 4 leaves : 2 leaves: A-Eeee 3 in fours. Dedicated to James I.

KEMPE, W., Actor.




A plesant newe Jigge of the broomeman. [By W. Kempe.] Licensed to Thomas Creede, 16 Jan. 1594-5.

A ballad called Kemps newe Jigge betwixt a souldiour and a Miser and Sym the clown. Licensed to Thomas Gosson, 21 Oct. 1595.

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A Chronycle with a Genealogie declaryng that the Brittons and Welshemen are lineallye descended from Brute. Newly and very wittely compyled in Meter. [Col.] Imprinted at London in the parishe of Christes Church within new gate by Richard Grafton, Prynter to our soueraigne lorde Kyng Edward the VI. 1547. Cum priuilegio. . . . . 8°. a, 4 leaves be in eights: f, 11 leaves. In 7-line stanzas. Dedicated to the King. Grenv. Coll. (the White Knights and Heber copy.)


KENDALL, TIMOTHY. Flowers of Epigrams


On the 8th July, 1577, Isaac Kendall, son of William Kendall, of Northaston, co. Oxon. bound himself apprentice to John Shepherd, the publisher of the Epigrams, &c., for eight years, beginning at Michaelmas, 1577. This was evidently a relative of the poet. Shepherd was the son of Richard Shepherd of Gresby, co. Oxon.


Ane compendius Tractiue conforme to the Scripturis of almychtie God, ressoun, and authoritie, declaring the nerrest, and onlie way, to establische the conscience of ane christiane man, in all materis (quhilks ar in debate) concernyng faith and religioun. Set fvrth be Maister Qvintine Kennedy, commendator of the abbay off Crosraguell, and dedicat to his derrest, and best beluiffit Nepuo, Gilbert maister of Cassillis. In the 3eir of God, Ane thousand fyue houndreth fifty aucht 3eris. [Saint Andrews, 1558.] 40, black letter. A, 4 leaves: B-G in eights: H, 6 leaves.


Answers to the (pretended) Reasons, Humbly Offer'd for making the River Kennet a Free River. [About 1700.] A


KENNETT, WHITE, Bishop of Peterborough.

Parochial Antiquities Attempted in the History of Ambrosden, Burcester, and other Adjacent Parts in the Counties of Oxford and Bucks. By White Kennett vicar of Ambrosden . . . Oxford, Printed at the Theater, M.DC.XCV. 4°. Title and dedication to Sir William Glynne, 4 leaves b, 4 leaves: A-5 0 in fours. With plates at pp. 22, 50, 54, 430, 508, 558, 638, and 682 (2).

Reprinted with all the plates, and with corrections from the author's own copy, Oxford, 1818, 2 vols, 4o.

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The Charter of Romney Marsh. London, Printed by Iohn Wolfe. 1597. 8°, A-E in eights.

The Charter of Romney Marsh. London, Printed by Tho. Cotes, for John Parker, .. 1647. 8°, A—F 4 in eights, A 1 and F 4 blank.

The Charter of Romney-Marsh ... London, Printed by S. R. for Samuel Keble

. 1686. 8o, A-F in eights, A 1 with Imprimatur and F 8 blank.

A lamentable reporte of a greate tempeste of haile, that fell in Kent the 19 of June 1590. Licensed to the Widow Butter, 9 July, 1590.

A ballad intituled The poore widowe of Copthall in Kent and her Seaven children how wonderfullie the Lord fed them in their wante. Licensed to Thomas Millington, 31 Oct. 1594.

An order for publike Prayers to be vsed on Wednesdayes and Fridayes in euery Parish Church within the Prouince of Canterburie, conuenient for this present time. Set forth by authoritie. Imprinted at London by Christopher Barker, 4°, A-F in fours. Lambeth.

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Articles to bee enquired of by the Churchwardens and Sidemen of euery Parish within the Archdeaconrye of Canterbury, whereunto by vertue of their oathes they are to make answere seuerally to euery Article. Printed at London by Thomas Este. 4o, black letter, A-C in fours. The Just Judgement of God vppon Cicelie Norrington who vnnaturally murthered her owne children. Executed at Sandwiche, 20 Julij 1605. Licensed to John Wright, 12 August, 1605.

Strange newes out of Kente of a monstrous child borne in old Sandwiche vpon Sunday the 30th of July 1609. Licensed to William Barley, 26 August, 1609.

A Grant of the Benevolence Or Contribution to His most Excellent Majestie, by the Clergie of the Province of Canterburie. In the Convocation of Sacred



Synods holden at London, Anno Domini 1640. London Printed by Robert Barker,... 1640. 4°, A-D in fours, A 1 and D 4 blank.

To the Honorable Hovses of Parliament Now Assembled, The humble Petition of many of the Inhabitants of his Majesties County of Kent. Printed in the Yeare, 1641. A sheet.

To the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons. . . The humble Petition of many of the Gentry, Ministers, Freeholders, and other Inhabitants of the County of Kent, the Cities of Canterbury and Rochester, and the County of Canterbury, the Cinque ports and their Members, and other Corporations within the said County. London printed for Edward Blackmore at the Angel in Pauls Churchyard. [1641] A sheet.

To the Right Honourable the House of Peers assembled in Parliament. The humble Petition of the Knights, Gentlemen, Ministers, Freeholders, and other Inhabitants of the County of Kent. [8 Feb. 1841-2.] A sheet.

The Hvmble Petition of the Commons of Kent... the first of August, 1642 Printed at Yorke, and reprinted at Oxford by His Majesties speciall command. Anno Dom. 1642. 4o, A-B in fours.

The Humble Petition of the Commons of Kent, Agreed upon at their Generall Assizes, Presented to His Maiestie the First of August. 1642. With certaine Instructions from the County of Kent to Mr. Augustine Skinner, ... With His Maiesties Answer . . . First printed at Yorke, and now reprinted at London for William Smith. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.

The Petition of the Gentry, Ministers, and Commonalty of the County of Kent. Agreed upon at the Generall Assizes last holden for that County. . . . London, Printed. 1642. 4o, 4 leaves.

A Gloriovs Victorie obtained by Sir William Waller and Sir William Balfoure, against the Lord Hoptons Forces, neere Alsford, on Fryday last March 29. With the names of the severall Commanders . With a true Coppie of the thanksgiving for the same April 1. Printed for Thomas Bates. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.

The humble Petition And Resolvtion of the Covntie of Kent: Presented and Read to the Right Honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament, August 30, 1642. With the Answer of the Lords thereunto


annexed. September 1, Printed for John Wright. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.

A Petition and Protestation of the County of Kent Presented the 30th of August, 1642. to the Honorable Houses of Parliament by Sir John Sidley Knight, with many thousands of hands thereunto.. Together with Sir John Sidleys Speech upon the presenting of the said Petition. Also, the Answer of the House of Commons to the said Petition delivered by their Speaker. London, Printed by Luke Norton and John Field for E. Husbands and J. Franck, . . . September 1. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.

A True and perfect Relation of the seizing the House of one Master William Barnes a Cavalier, and apprehending him neer Wollage in Kent, by Captaine Willoughby and his Company of Volunteers, and of the finding of a Trunk of Plate valued at a thousand pounds, a Trunk of Books, . . . Also the manner of their dressing of one of their Souldiers in the priests garments, which they found with a Book in his hand of popish prayers. London, Printed for T. S. September 2, 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.

A True and Exact Relation of the whole proceedings of the Parliaments Forces, that went out under the command of Colonel Brown with Colonell Manwerings Forces into Kent, To appease the tumult raised there by the Malignants and ill

affected to the Parliament. Wherein is a true Relation of the taking of the Towne of Tunbridge, . . . Printed by R. Austin and A. Coe. 1643. 4o, 4 leaves. The Kentish Conspiracy: Or, An Order and Narration Declaring the late Plot for the Surprizing of Dover Castle: And the setting a foot of a Commission of Array in the County of Kent. Taken and extracted out of the Examination of the severall Conspirators. Published by Order of the Committee at Alesford, Ianua. 9. 1645. London, Printed by R. Cotes for Michael Spark, Junior. 1645. 4o, A-B in fours, B 4 blank.

A Relation of the Troubles of the three forraign Churches in Kent. Caused by the Injunctions of William Laud . . . 1634... Imprinted at London for Sam. Enderbie... 1645. 4°. A, 2 leaves: B-H 2 in fours.

Bloody Newes from Dover. Being a True Relation of the great and bloudy Murder, committed by Mary Champion (an Anabaptist) who cut off her childs

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head, being 7 weekes old, and held it to her husband to baptize. Also another great murder committed in the North, by a Scottish Commander, for which Fact he was executed. Printed in the Yeare of Discovery, Feb. 13. 1647. 4o, 4 leaves. B. M.

The Manifest of the County of Kent. [1648.] A sheet.

The Lawyers Clarke Trappan'd by the Crafty Whore of Canterbury. Ör, A True Relation of the whole Life of Mary Mauders, the Daughter of Thomas Mauders, a Fidler in Canterbury. With her strange and unparallel'd Pranks, witty Exploits, and unheard of Stratagems, touching her being a Wife for a Week, and a Lady of Pleasure. London, Printed for J. Johnson. 1663. 4°, 4 leaves.


A True Relation Or Accompt of the whole Procedure between the Corporation of Canterbury, and Mr. John Somner, concerning the New-Market-House there. [Quot. from Seneca, Nihil charius . . .] London, Printed. 1666. 4°. Title and preface, 3 leaves: B-C in fours.

A True Discovery of Mr. Edmund Halley of London Merchant who was found Barbarously Murthered at Temple - Farm, near Rochester, in Kent. London Printed by E. Mallet, 1684. A folio leaf.

The Kentish Sampson; Or, A Brief Account of the Strong man William Joyce, his wonderful Exploits set forth in Three Parts. Licensed according to Order. Printed for B. Deacon at the Angel in Guilt-spur Street, [14 Nov. 1699.] 8°, 4 leaves. In verse. Woodcut on title. The Gravesend Tilt - Boat. London, Printed in the Year, 1699. 8°. A in eights and B-E in fours. Chiefly in prose.

A collection of tales.

The History of the Kentish Petition, Answer'd Paragraph by Paragraph: Wherein the Anti-Parliamentary Faction are Discover'd; Their Ill Design Detected; And their Abuses offer'd to the Publick are Exposed; For the General Satisfaction of all true Lovers of their Country. London: Printed in the Year MDCCI. 4o, A-O, 2 leaves each.

Jura Populi Anglicani: Or The Subjects Right of Petitioning set forth. Оссаsioned by the Case of the Kentish Petitioners. With a List of the Members of the present Parliament who refused the Voluntary Association, . . . Answer'd


Paragraph by Paragraph, ... London, Printed in the Year 1701. 8°, A-P in fours.

Reasons Humbly offered to the Honourable the House of Commons, Against the Clause for Exempting Fishermen within the Vice-Admiralty of Kent being Registered by the Company. And also an Answer to an Objection made by the Fishmongers, against the passing of the Fishermens Bill. A sheet. [Circa 1700.] The Substance of the Petition of Henry Farmer, Ralph Sheldon, Thomas Stoner, John Weedon, Esqrs; and Winfird Brooke Widow, Papists, praying to be heard by their Council against the Bill for the Discovery of all Lands and Revenues given to Popish Superstitious Uses; and for applying the same to Greenwich Hospital. A sheet. KEYMIS, LAWRENCE.

A Relation of the Second Voyage to Guiana. Performed and written in the yeare 1596. By Lawrence Keymis, Gent, Imprinted at London by Thomas Daw[1596.] 4o, A-G in fours, but A repeated. Dedicated to Raleigh. With commendatory poems by G. C. and L. K. B. M.


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Immodicis brevis est ætas & rara Senectus.
Mart. 1. 6, Ep. 29.

... London: Printed for Samuel Lowndes ..1686. 4o. Title, 1 leaf: [a]—[b], 4 leaves each: [c], 1 leaf: B-02 in fours. With a portrait engraved by Beckett from a painting by the author.

Prefixed to the copy here used is an elegy in MS. by E. E., dated October 29, 1688, on the death of Mrs. Killigrew, who was related to the writer's wife. KILLIGREW, HENRY. The Conspiracy A Tragedy, As it was intended for the Nuptialls, of the Lord Charles Herbert, and the Lady Villers. Written by Mr. Henry Killigraew. London, Printed by Iohn Norton, for Andrew Crooke, 1638. 4°, A-N in fours.

Pallantus and Eudora A Tragoedie.
Written by Mr. Henry Killigrew. [Quot.]
London. Printed in the Year, 1653.
Folio. A-R, 2 leaves each, A 2 occupied
by a Preface.

Three New Playes. . . . Written by the
Honourable Sir William Killigrew
London, Printed for Simon Neale
MDCLXXIV. 8°. B-H, B-G, and B-G
in eights, and the titlepage.

A reissue of the edition of 1665, with the separate titles cancelled.


To the Honourable the House of Commons, the humble Petition of Colonell Edward King of the County of Lincoln Esquire. [London, 20 May, 1646.] A sheet. B. M.

KING, HENRY, Bishop of Chichester. The Psalmes of David, from the New Translation of the Bible turned into Meter: . . . London, Printed by S. G. and are to be sold by Humphrey Moseley. 1654. 8vo. With the same engraved


This is a reissue of the copies of 1651 with a new printed title and 6 leaves after p. 288 marked u, besides a new and enlarged leaf of Errata. The copy here used has on a flyleaf: "Cha Chappel Giuen him by the Lady How." Lady Howe was the Bishop's daughter.

A Sermon Preached at Pavls Crosse, The 25. of November, 1621. Vpon occasion of that false and scandalous Report (lately Printed) touching the supposed Apostasie of the Right Reuerend Father in God, John King, late Lord Bishop of London. By Henry King, his eldest Sonne. Whereunto is annexed the Examination, and Answere of Thomas Preston, P. taken

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before my Lords Grace of Canterbury, touching this Scandall. Published by Authority. At London, Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for William Barret. 1621. 4o, A-M ́in fours, first and last leaves blank.

KINGSMYL, ANDREW, of All Souls' College, Oxford.

A Most Excellent and comfortable Treatise, for all such as are any maner of way either troubled in mynde or afflicted in bodie. . . . Imprinted by the assignment of C. Barker, and are to be solde at the Blazing Starre at the East ende of Paules. 1585. 8°, A-G 3 in eights. KIRIE, SERJEANT-MAJOR.

A Coppy of a Letter Writ from Serjeant Major Kirie, to a friend in Windsor. [1642, March 6.] 4°, 4 leaves.

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Let all of you upon your knees fall down, and re-inthrone him with his Princely Crown;

So may you gaine free pardon for your lives,

and live in peace, whence plenty will arise.

Printed in the Year, 1648. 4°, 4 leaves. KNIGHT.

A pleasante history of an adventurus knyghte of Kynge Arthurs Couurte. A ballad. Licensed to R. Jones, in 1565-6. The Worthy Knight, a poem. Licensed to James Roberts, 10 July, 1606. KNOLLES, RICHARD.

The Generall Historie of the Turkes, from the first beginning of that Nation to the rising of the Othoman Familie: with all the notable expeditions of the Christian Princes against them. Together with the Lives and Conquests of the Othoman Kings and Emperours. Faithfullie collected out of the best Histories . . . By Richard Knolles. London, Printed by Adam Islip 1603. Folio, A-5 B in sixes. Dedicated to King James. With the title engraved by Laurence Johnson. The Generall Historie of the Turkes, . . . Written by Richard Knolles somtyme fellowe of Lincoln College in Oxford. The second edition printed by Adam Islip. 1610. Folio, A-6 B in sixes: 6 C, 8 leaves.

The dedication to the King is dated from Sandwich, the last of March, 1610.

The Generall Historie of the Turkes. . . . The Fourth edition. printed by Adam Islip. 1631. Folio, A-6 S 4 in sixes, title on A 2: the Table, ¶—¶¶, 6 leaves each 3, 4 leaves.

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