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cellour of Englonde. Prentyd at London by wyllyam Rastell. 1532. Cvm Privilegio. Folio, black letter, Aa-Ee in fours; a-v in fours: x, 6 leaves: A-S in fours: T, 6 leaves, T 6 with the Errata. Lambeth.

Expositio Fidelis De Morte D. Thomæ Mori & quorundam aliorū insignium uirorum in Anglia. Anno. M.D.XXXV. 4o, roman letter, A-C in fours. Beschreyvung des vrtheyls vnd todts / weiland des Grosz Canzlers in Engenlande / heren Thomas Morus/.. No place, printer's name, or date, [1534.] 4°, black letter, 4 leaves.

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More has some Iambic verses, addressed "Ad Candidum," at sign. Mii. of a book called "De Generibus Ebreosorum,' 4°, 1515; they are intended to show "Qualis uxor diligenda.”


Verborvm Latinorvm Cvm Graecis Anglicisqve Conivnctorum, locupletissimi Commentarij: Ad Elaboratvm Gvilielmi Morelii... Archetypum accuratissimè excusi.. Londini, În ædibus Henrici Bynnemani, per assignationem Richardi Huttoni. Cum Priuilegio . . Folio. Title, dedication by Hutton to Dudley, Earl of Leicester, lines by Abraham Fleming Londinigena to Morelius, &c., 4 leaves: A-5 E in sixes.


Apomaxis Calvmniarvm, Convitiorvmqve, quibus Ioannes Cocleus homo theologus exiguus artiu professor, scurra procax, Henrici octaui, serenissimi regis Angliæ famam impetere, nome obscurare, rerum gestaru gloriam fœdare, nuper edita, non tam ad rege, q in regis invidia, epistola studuit. Authore Ricardo Morysino Anglo. [Col.] Londini In AEdibvs Thomae Bertheleti... An. M.D.XXXVII. 4o,

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A, 4 leaves: A-Z in fours: a-c in fours, c 4 with the colophon. Dedicated to Thomas Cromwell.

An Invective agenste the great and detestable vice, treason, wherein the secrete practises, and traiterous workinges of theym, that suffrid of late are disclosed. made by Rycharde Morisyne. [Col.] Londini in ædibus Thomæ Bertheleti typis impress. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum. Anno. M. D. xxxix. black letter. a, 8 leaves, a 7-8 blank: A-F 4 in eights.


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impress. Cum priuilegio. Anno. M.D.XXXIX. 8°, black letter, A-D in eights.


A most bloody vnnaturall and vnmatchable murther Comitted in Whitechappell by Nathanaell Tindall vpon his owne mother. Licensed to John Trundle and Richard Hodgkin[son] 16 Sept. 1624. MORGAN, SHINKIN AP, pseud. See Wales.


London, King Charles His Augusta, Or City Royal. Of the Founders, the Names, and oldest Honours of the City. An His torical and Antiquarian Work, Written first in Heroicall Latin Verse . . . and now translated into English Couplets, with Annotations. . . . London. Printed for William Leybourn, 1648. 4o, A-C 2 in fours.

MORISON, ROBERT, M.D., Professor of


Plantarum Umbelliferarum Distributio Nova, Per Tabulas Cognationis et Affinitatis Ex Libro Naturæ Observata & detecta.... Oxonii, E Theatro Sheldoniano. Anno Domini M.DC.LXXII. Folio. Title and two dedications, 3 leaves: Preface, 2 leaves: A-Z, 2 leaves each eight leaves of tables: Tabula Generalis, 2 leaves: plates (12). MORLAND, SAMUEL.

The History of the Evangelical Churches of the Valleys of Piemont Containing a a most exact Geographical Description of the Place, and a faithfull Account of the Doctrine, Life, and Persecution of the Ancient Inhabitants. Together with a most naked and punctual Relation of the late Bloody Massacre. 1655. And a Narrative of all the following Transactions, to the Year of our Lord, 1658. All which are justified, partly by divers Ancient Manuscripts written many hundred Years before Calvin or Luther, and partly by other most Authentick Attestations. London. Printed by Henry Hills. Adoniram Byfield.... 1658. Folio. With a portrait of Morland by Lombart and a folded map. A, 6 leaves: [b], 2 sheets of four: [c]-[h] in fours, but [f] omitted: B-Xxxx in fours; no Mmm 4.


There are some curious engravings on the letterpress; but they appear to have been used for another purpose, and at any rate have a strong resemblance to those in Cranford's book. Morland was Cromwell's Commissioner at Geneva to inquire into the wrongs of the Waldenses; the volume is

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The Description and Use of Two Arithmetick Instruments. Together with a Short Treatise, explaining and Demonstrating the Ordinary Operations of Arithmetick. As likewise, A Perpetual Almanack, And several Useful Tables. Presented to His Most Excellent Majesty Charles II. . . . By S. Morland. London, Printed, and are to be sold by Moses Pitt ... 1673. 8o, A-G 2 in eights: the Almanack, &c., 30 leaves, the last blank, besides a folded leaf, all irregularly marked and paged. With a portrait. A Specimen of a Dictionary English and Latin, Compil'd by the late Mr. S. Morland F.R.S. As Propos'd to be Publish'd by his Son S. Morland F.R.S. London,

MDCCXXIII. 4o, 8 leaves. B. M. MORLEY, HENRY PARKER, Lord. The Exposition and declaration of the Psalme, Deus ultimum Dominus, made by syr Henry Parker Knight, lord Morley, dedicated to the Kinges highnes. [Col.] Londini in ædibus Thome Bertheleti. . . Anno. M.D.XXXIX. 8°, A-C in eights, C 7-8 blank. Lambeth. MORLEY, THOMAS.

A Plaine and Easie Introdvction to Practicall Mvsicke. Set downe in forme of a dialogue. Deuided into three partes. The first teacheth to sing with all things necessary for the knowledge of prickesong. The second treateth of descante . . . The third and last part entreateth of composition of three, foure, five or more parts.

By Thomas Morley, Batcheler of musick, & one of the gent. of her Maiesties Royall Chappell. Imprinted at London by Peter Short . . . 1597. Folio. Title within broad woodcut border and dedication to Master William Bird, 2 leaves : B-Bb in fours: 2 leaves engraved: Annotations, T, 4 leaves: *, 4 leaves: (..) 4 leaves.

A Plaine and Easie Introd vction. . . . Imprinted at London by Humfrey Lownes 1608. Folio, Title and dedication, 2 leaves: B-Bb in fours, &c. (as before.)

The First Booke of Consort Lessons, made by diuers exquisite Authors, for six Instruments to play together, the Treble Lute, the Pandora, the Cittern, the BaseVioll, the Flute & Treble-Violl. Newly set forth at the coast & charges of a Gentle-man, for his priuate pleasure, and


for diuers others his frendes which delight in Musicke. Printed at London in Little Saint Helens by VVilliam Barley, the Assigne of Thomas Morley, and are to be solde at his shop in Gratious-streete. Cvm Privilegio Ad Imprimendum solum. Folio, A-C in fours. Bodleian



"To the right honorable, Sir Stephen Some, Knight, Lord Mayor of the city of London and to the right worshipfvl the Aldermen of the same, Thomas Morley Gent. of her Maiesties Chappell, wisheth long health and felicitie."

The First Booke of Consort Lessons, . . . Collected by Thomas Morley Gentleman, and now newly corrected and enlarged. London: Printed by Thomas Snodham for Iohn Browne, . . 1611. Folio, A— B in fours. Dedicated to Sir Stephen Some, Lord Mayor of London.

This is the treble viol portion only. Rimbault, August, 1877, No. 1191. MORPETH, MARY.

To the Most Illustrious John, Earle of Lauderdale, &c. His Majesties High Commissioner for the Kingdom of Scotland, His Grace, A Congratulatory welcome of an Heart-well-wishing Quill: Hecatombe. A folio sheet. In verse. [1670.]

To the Right Honourable James Earl of Perth, Lord Drummond, and Stow-hall, &c. Lord High Chancellour of His Maiesties most Ancient Kingdom of Scotland. The Congratulatory Welcome of an Obliged Quill. [1684.] A poetical broad

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a lady (perhaps the authoress) is represented kneeling in prayer. Dedicated by M. G. to Anne Countess of Mareshall, and to the memory of her mother, Anne, Countess of Morton. Br. Museum.

The Imprimatur is dated March 28, 1665 [-6.] MOSSE, MILES, D.D., Pastor of Combes. Scotlands Welcome. A Sermon Preached at Needham in the Countie of Suff. on Tuesday, April 5, 1603. . . . By Miles Mosse, Pastor of the Church of God in Combes, and Doctor of Diuinity. With some notes and allegations then omitted by reason of the time, and the capacitie of the audience. London, Printed by Melchisedech Bradwood for Thomas Man. 1603. 8°, A-F 4 in eights, F 4 blank. Dedicated to John Earl of Mar.

MOSSOM, R., Preacher at St. Peter's,

Paul's Wharf, London.

Englands Gratulation for the King and his Subjects Happy Union. First Preacht on the Day of Publique Thanksgiving, appointed by the Parliament, May the 10th 1660. Since Publisht as a Common Tribute to Cæsar, at his so much long'd for Arrival.... London, Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for William Grantham, .. 1660. 4°, A-F in fours, first leaf blank. With a portrait of the King.


The Gentleman's Journal: Or The Monthly Miscellany. By way of Letter to a Gentleman in the Country. Consisting of News, History, Poetry, Musick, Translations, &c. London, Printed; and are to be sold by R. Baldwin, 1692-4. 4°. Three volumes or 36 numbers, each number separately signatured and titled. The dedications are signed P. M. or Peter Motteux.

Love's a Jest. A Comedy, As it is Acted at the New Theatre in Little-Lincolns Inn-Fields. By his Majesties Servants. Written by Mr. Motteux. London, MDCXCVI. 4°. A, 4 leaves: (a) 2 leaves: B-L 2 in fours. Dedicated to Charles, Lord Clifford of Lanesborough. MOULTON, THOMAS.

The Myrrour or Glasse of helth necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in that wyll kepe theyr body from the sekenes of the Pestylence. And it sheweth howe the Planettes reygne in euery houre of the daye and the nyght with the natures and Exposycyons of the .xii. Sygnes, deuyded by the .xii. Monthes of the yere. And sheweth the remedyes, for

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many dyuers Infyrmytes and dyseases that hurteth the body of Man. [Col.] Thus endeth the Myrrour or Glasse of Helthe. Imprynted at London in Fletestrete at the sygne of the George by Wyllyam Myddelton dwellynge nexte to Saynte Dunstones Churche. [Circa 1540.] 8°, black letter, A-H 4 in eights. MOXON, JOSEPH.

Mechanick Dyalling: The Third Edition. By Joseph Moxon. London, Printed for James Moxon,. . 1697. 4o, A-G in fours. With diagrams.

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A Most Pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus. At London, Printed for Iohn Wright 1618. 40, A-F in fours, first and last leaves blank.


The Blasphemer Tryed and Cast: Or a more full Narrative of the Tryal of Lodowick Muggleton, on Wednesday the 17th of this Instant January, at the SessionsHouse in the Old-Bayly. With a Relation of the Charges delivered to the Jewry, and the Sentence passed upon him. [London, 1676.] 40, 12 leaves.

The imprint in this copy was cut off. MUN, THOMAS.

A Discovrse of Trade, From England vnto the East-Indies: Answering to diuerse Obiections which are vsually made against the same. By T. M. London. Printed by Nicholas Okes for John Pyper. 1621. 40, A-H 2 in fours, A 1 and H 2 blank, besides (d), 4 leaves.

England's Treasure by Forraign Trade.

London, Printed by J. Flesher for Robert Horne . . . 1669. 8°, A-N 4 in eights.


A Discouerie of Edmund Campion, and his Confederates, their most horrible and traitorous practises, against her Maiesties most royall person, and the Realme. Wherein may be seene, how thorowe the whole course of their Araignement: they were notably conuicted of euery cause. Whereto is added, the Execution of Edmund Campion, Ralphe Sherwin, and Alexander Brian, executed at Tiborne the 1. of December. Published by A. M. sometime the Popes Scholler, allowed in the Seminarie at Roome amongst them: a Discourse needefull to be read of euery man, to beware how they deale with such secret seducers. Seene and allowed. Imprinted at London for Edward White...


the 29. of Janua. 1582. 8°, A—G in eights, A 8 and G 8 blank.

Dedicated to Sir Edward Bromley, Knight, and others.

A Briefe Chronicle, of the Successe of Times, from the Creation of the World to this instant. Containing the Originall & liues of our ancient Fore-Fathers, before and after the Flood; As also, of all the Monarchs, Emperours, Kinges in most Nations of this Worlde: And how in alteration, or succession, they have continued to this day. Printed by W. Jaggard, Printer to the Honourable Citty of London, and are to be sold at his house in Barbican. 1611. 8°, chiefly black letter, A-B 4 in eights: C-Ss 2 in eights.

Dedicated (1) to Sir William Cravon, Lord Mayor, Sir Henry Montague, King's Serjeant, &c., and (2) to the Merchant Taylors' Company. In the latter address there is an interesting account of Sir Thomas White and his benefactions.


The murder Donne by Anne Harrison alias Myddelton. Licensed to Thomas East, 24 Feb. 1579-80.

A brief discourse of Foure cruell murders, &c. A ballad. Licensed to Thomas Nelson, 2 Nov. 1584.

A booke intituled The murder of murders.
Licensed to John Kyd, 24 July, 1591.
A Collection of murders committed in
England, with many of their strange
and miraculous revealinges. Licensed to
George Eld, 15 June, 1609.

The inhumane, bloodie and cruell murder committed by one William Hollis vpon Hounslowe Heathe with his arraynement and execucon. Licensed to Joseph Hunt, 16 January, 1612–13.

A ballett of a murder done vpon one master Noble at Montague house by one Francis Rubye a stranger. Licensed to Henry Gosson, 12 July, 1614.

The Lawes and Statutes of God, Concerning the punishment to be inflicted upon wilfull murderers. London, Printed

1646. 4o,

for Matthew Simmons, A-B in fours, B 4 blank. Murther will out. Or, Honest-men look to yourselves. Or, A brief Discourse shewing all Loyall Subjects what good they can exspect from a Perfidious City, a Perjured Parliament, and a Bloudy Army. [14 lines of verse.] Printed, Anno Domini, 1648. 4°, 4 leaves.

Murther upon Murther: Or A True and Faithful Relation, of Six Horrid and

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Bloody Cruelties, And Barbarous and Unheard of Murthers, And Tragical Villanies, Lately Committed in Several Counties of England. . . . London, Printed by W. D. for J. Conyers at the BlackRaven in Duck-Lane, 1684. 4o, 4 leaves. B. M.

The counties are Cambridgeshire, Kent, Essex, Surrey, Middlesex, and Yorkshire. MURE, OR MOORE, SIR WILLIAM, of Rowallan, Knight.

The Trve Crvcifixe for True Catholickes Or The Way for true Catholckes to have the true Crucifixe. By Sr William Moore, Yo: of Rovvallane, Knight... Edinbvrgh, Printed by Iohn Wreittoun, and are to bee sold at his shop, a litle beneath the Salt-Trone. 1629. 8°. *, 8 leaves: A-Q 4 in eights, Q 4 blank. In verse. With commendatory verses by W. Drummond, John Adamson, &c. B. M.

The Cry of Blood, And of a Broken Covenant. Written out at first on the sad Relation of our late Soveraignes most treacherous and inhumane Murther. Most humbly dedicated, and (then, propos'd to have been Published and Presented to the Kings most Excellent Majestie, if so Providence had dispensed. And now, how late soever, (all obstructions being removed) adventured upon his Majesies gracious acceptance and favour of all herein concernd: . . . By Sir Willian Moore of Rowallane Knight. Edinburgh, Printed by the Heires of George Anderson, 1650. 4o, A-D 2 in fours. In verse. B. M.

Sophonisba. . . . 1611.

Collation: A-E in eights.

A Short Treatise of Death in Sixe Chapters. Together with the Enigmatick description of old age and death written Ecclesiastes 12. Chap. exponed and paraphrased in English Meeter. Written by Mr. William Morray, Minister of Gods Word. . . . Edinburgh, Printed by Iohn Wreittoun, Anno Dom. 1631. 8o, A-C in eights, C 8 blank. Dedicated to the Lady Agnes Morray, Mistress of Stor


A Short Treatise of Death. . . . Edinbvrgh. Printed by Iohn Wreittoun, 1633. 8°. Title, &c., 4 leaves: A-C in eights, C 8 blank.

A verbatim reprint of 1631. MURRELL, JOHN.

The Ladies practise, or a plaine and easie direction for ladies and gentlemen, by

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A Delightfull daily exercise for Ladies and Gentlewomen. Whereby is set foorth the secrete misteries of the purest preseruings in Glasse and other Confrictionaries, as making of Breads, Pastes, Preserues, Suckets, Marmalates, Tartstuffes, rough Candies, with many other things neuer before in Print. Whereto is added a Booke of Cookery. By Iohn Murrell Professor thereof. London, Printed for Tho: Dewe, and are to be sold at his Shoppe in St. Dunstons Church-yard in Fleete-Street. 1621. 12°. The Exercise, A-G 4 in twelves: the Book of Cookery, A, 8 leaves: B, 12 leaves: C, 5 leaves. Printed between borders. Br. M.

Mvrrels two bookes of cookerie and carving. The fifth time printed, with new Additions. London, Printed by M. F. for Iohn Marriot, 1641. 8°, black letter, A-N in eights. Douce Coll.

A second title reads: A Nevv Book of Cookerie. Wherein is set forth a most perfect direction to furnish an extraordinary, or ordinary feast, either in Summer or Winter. Also a Bill of Fare for Fish-dayes, Fasting-daies, Ember-weekes, or Lent. And likewise the most commendable fashion of Dressing, or Sowcing, either Flesh, Fish, or Fowle for making of Gellies, and other Made-dishes for service, to beautifie either Noblemans or Gentlemans Table. Together with the best and newest Art of Carving and Sewing. All set forth according to the now new English and French fashion: By lohn Mvrrell.

The first portion is dedicated "to the vertvovs and well accomplished Gentlewoman Mris Martha Hayes. Daughter to the honorable S! Thomas Hayes Knight, late Lord Maior of the City of London," from London, July 20, 1630.

The second book is said to be the sixth impression, and is dedicated to Lady Brown, wife to the right worshipful Sir John Brown.


The First Lecture being an Introduction to the Military Architecture, or Fortifications. Read Publiquely at St. Balthazar Gerbiers Academy . . . Printed at London for Robert Ibbitson dwelling in Smithfield neer Hosier Lane, 1650. 4o, A-C in fours.

The Art of well speaking, being a Lecture Read Publiquely at St. Balthazar Gerbiers Academy. Printed at London for Robert Ibbitson... 1650. 4o, A-E 2 in fours. MUSCOVY.

A New and Exact Description of Moscovy. Containing its State Ancient and


Modern . . . The whole containing All that is necessary to be known concerning that Vast Empire. London, Printed for R. Baldwin... 1698. 4°. A, 2 leaves: B-E 2 in fours.


Musgraues Motiues or his Reasons for his Cessaçon from the Doctrine of the Church of Rome. Licensed to Richard More, 6 March, 1620-1.


The Mushroom: Or, A Satyr against Libelling Tories and Prelatical Tantivies: In Answer to a Satyr against Sedition called the Meddal. By the Author of Absalom and Achitophel. And here answered by the Author of the Black Nonconformist; The next day after the Publication of the Meddal; To help the Sale thereof.

Nitimur in vetitum. Quousque? London, Printed for Fra: Smith Jun. . . . MDCLXXXII. Folio, A-E, 2 leaves each. MUSIC.

A boke of musyke. Licensed to Thomas Vautrollier in 1570-1.

A Musicall Banquet, Set forth in three choice Varieties of Mvsick. The first Part presents you with Excellent new Lessons for the Lira Viol, set to severall New Tunings. The second a Collection of New and Choyce Allmans, Corants, and Sarabands for one Treble and Basse Viol, composed by Mr. William Lawes, and other Excellent Authours. The third Part containes New and Chovce Catches or Rounds for three or foure Voyces. To which is added some few Rules and Directions for such as learne to sing, or to play on the Viol. London, Printed by T. H. for John Benson, and John Playford, and are to be sold at their Shops in Dunstans Church-Yard, and in the Inner Temple, neare the Church Doore, 1651. Oblong 4o, A-D in fours. Dedicated "To all Lovers of the Art of Musick,” by John Playford. Douce Coll.

Musick and Mirth, Presented In a choice Collection of Rounds or Catches for three Voyces Composed by severall Excellent Authours, and published for the Civill Recreation of all Lovers of Musick. London, Printed by T. H. for John Benson, and John Playford, and are to be sold at their Shops in Dunstans Church-Yard, and in the Inner Temple, neare the Church Doore, Anno Domini. 1651. Oblong 4o, pp. 12. Bodleian.

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