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r gathered out of the booke of Common praier Confirmed by act of Parliament, in the first yeare of the reigne of our souereigne Ladie Queene Elizabeth. Printed by the assignes of W. Seres. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Regiæ Maiestatis. [Col.] Imprinted at London by Henrie Denham,... [1584.] 4°, black letter. Title and Almanac, 6 leaves: Table, Proper Lessons, &c. 4 leaves: A-D 4 in eights: [new title] The Psalter, &c., dated 1583, A-P in eights.

The Psalter, or Psalmes of Dauid, after the translation of the great Byble, poynted as it shall be said or sung in Churches. With the Addition of Morning and Euening Prayer. Imprinted at London for the Company of Stationers. 1617. 8°. Title and Calendar, 8 leaves: A-R 4 in eights, R 4 blank.

The Psalmes of David in Metre, With Divers Notes, and Tunes augmented to them. [Quot. from Iames, v.] Imprinted at London by Thomas Vautrollier dwelling in the Blackfriers. Cum Priuilegio. An. M.D.LXXxvij. 8o, T-Ss in eights, and S (repeated), 8 leaves.

This appears to belong to an edition of the Common Prayer, but was perhaps sold separately, as the Lambeth copy is in the original binding.

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The Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre. Whereunto is prefixed a discourse declaring not only the lawfullnes, but also the necessity of the Heavenly Ordinance of Singing Scripture Psalmes in the Churches of God. [Quot. from Coll. iii. and James v.] Imprinted 1640. 4o. * and **, 4 leaves each: A-Ll in fours. Bodleian.

This version, usually known as the Bay Psalm Book, was translated by John Eliot, Thomas Welde, &c. and was printed by Stephen Daye at Cambridge, N.E. The Psalms of David in English Meeter. London, Printed by Miles Flesher, for the Company of Stationers. 1646. 12o. a, 4 leaves, first blank: A-M 8 in twelves.

The Whole Book of Psalms, As they are now sung in the Churches, with the Singing Notes of Time and Tune set to every

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Syllable. . . . Never before done in England. London, 1688. 8°, a-c, and A-Mm in sixes. Dedicated by T. M. to the Honourable Robert Boyle.

The Svmme, or Pith of the. 150. Psalmes of Dauid, reduced in to a forme of prayers and meditations, with certayne other godlye orysons, very necessary for all sortes of people to say dayly, translated by Richard Taverner. Cum Priuilegio Ad imprimendu solum. [Col.] Imprynted at London in Flet-strete, at the signe of the Sonne by Jhon Byddell. The. v. daye of Apryll. M. D. xxxix. 8o, a-b in eights: A-R 4 in eights. Lambeth (imperfect).

A psalme of qui habitat.
Thomas Purfoot in 1563-4.

Licensed to

A psalme to be songe as a thanksegy vinge on the xvijth of November 1584. for the Queenes happie Reigne, &c. Licensed to Abel Jeffes, 11th November, 1584. A Psalme and Collect of thankesgiuing, not vnmeet for this present time: to be said or sung in Churches. At London Printed by the Deputies of Christopher Barker... 1588. 4°, 4 leaves. Black letter.

[Psalm Tunes to four voices.] Aberdene, Printed by Iohn Forbes, and are to be sold at his Shop, 1666. Obl. 8o, 8 leaves.

D. Laing, 1879, No. 2977, described as unique.

The Life of the Holy and Venerable
Mother Suor Maria Maddalena de Patsi,
A Florentine Lady, & Religious of the
Order of the Carmelites. Written in
Italian . . . And now translated into
English... Published by allowance
of Superiours. Anno M. DC. XIX.
* _***** 2 in eights: A-T in eights.


Dedicated by G. B. from Cologne to the Right Honourable and most Reverend Lady, the Lady Mary Percy, Lady Abbess of the Benedictine Abbey at our Lady of the Assumption, Brussels. PUCKLE, JAMES.

The Club Or, A Dialogue between Father and Son. In Vino Veritas. London, Printed for the Author . . . 1711. 12o, A-I in sixes. With a portrait.

Dedicated to Micajah Perry, Esq., to the memory of Thomas Lane, Esq., and to Mr. Richard Perry, merchants of London. The Club: In a Dialogue . . . London: Printed for the Author, James Puckle. 1713. 12o, A-G in sixes. With the same print.


Historical Essaies & Observations proving


God's Especial Providence over the English Monarchy, and more particularly over that Family which enjoys the same. Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by Ric: Davis in Oxon, 1664. 4°. Title, I leaf: Catalogue of books, 1 leaf: B-F in fours: an extra leaf unsigned.


Sonnata's of III Parts: Two Viollins And Basse. To the Organ or Harpsecord. Composed by Henry Purcell, Composer in Ordinary to his most Sacred Majesty, and Organist of his Chappell Royall. London, Printed for the Author, 1683. 4°. With a portrait of Purcell æt. 24. The title of each part engraved by T. Cross, Jr.

Viollino Primo, portrait, title, dedication, and preface, 4 leaves: A (with the title repeated)-C in fours, followed by a leaf unmarked: Viollino Secondo, the title and AA-CC in fours, and an extra leaf after CC 4: Basso, 11 leaves with the title: Organo, AAAA-CCCC in fours, and an extra leaf after 4 C 4.

Sonnata's of III Parts: Two Viollins and Basse. To the Organ and Harpsecord. Composed by Henry Purcell. The Second Eddition. London, Printed for the Author . . . 1684. Folio.


A Collection of Ayres, Compos'd For the Theatre, and upon other Occasions. By the late Mr. Henry Purcell. London, Printed by J. Heptinstall, for Frances Purcell, Executrix of the Author; . . . 1697. Folio. Dedicated to Charles, Duke of Somerset.

Violino Primo, A--N, 2 leaves each: Violino Secundo, B-N, 2 leaves each, and the title: Tennor, B-L, 2 leaves each, and title, Bassus, the same.

Orphevs Britannicvs. A Collection of all the Choicest Songs for One, Two and Three Voices. Compos'd by Mr. Henry Purcell Together with such Symphonies for Violins or Flutes, as were by him design'd for any of them; and a ThroughBass to each Song; Figur'd for, the Organ, Harpsichord, or Theorbo-Lute. All which are placed in their several Keys according to the Order of the Gamut. London, Printed by J. Heptinstall, for Henry Playford MDCXCVIII. Folio. Title and dedication to Lady Howard, 2 leaves: a, 2 leaves: Table, 1 leaf: B-Rrr, 2 leaves each. With a portrait by R. White. Orphevs Britannicvs The Second Book, which renders the First Compleat. London: Printed by William Pearson, for Henry Playford, . . . 1702. Folio. Portrait. Title, 1 leaf: dedication to

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Lord Halifax and Preface, 1 leaf: (a), ! leaves: B-Yy, 2 leaves each. Orphevs Britannicvs. . . . The Second Edition with Large Editions. . . . London Printed by William Pearson, and Sold by John Young,... MDCCVI. Folia With the same portrait. Title and dedication, 2 leaves: a, 2 leaves: Table, 1 leaf: B-Dddd in twos, last leaf blank, and (Ccc) an extra leaf.

Orphevs Britannicvs. . . . The Second Book . . . The Second Edition with Additions. . . . London: Printed by William Pearson for S. H. Sold by J. Young . . 1711. Folio. Title, dedication, and Elegies, 3 leaves: B-3 F, 2 leaves each, 3 F 2 blank.

Orphevs Britannicvs. . . . The Second Edition with Large Additions; and placed in their several Keys according to the Order of the Gamvt. Sould by J. Walsh Musical Instrument maker in Ordinary to hir Majesty. . . . Folio. Portrait by White. Title, 1 leaf: pp. 1 . I—VIII : B4 D, 2 leaves each.

In the copy used the original imprint has been pasted over with that here given. Orpheus Britannicus. A Collection of Choice Songs for One, Two, and Three Voices with a Through Bass for the Har sichord Compos'd by Mr. Henry Purcell London. Printed for I. Walsh.... [Circa 1720.] Folio, pp. 120, besides the te and Table.

This is an entirely different edition from that merely with Walsh's imprint attached. Mr. Hen! Purcell's Favourite Songs out of his most celebrated Orpheus Britanni cus and the rest of his Works the whole fairly Engraven and carefully corrected. London Printed for & sold by Ino. Walsh.

Folio, pp. 62 and the Table.

The Vocal and Instrumental Musick of the Prophetess, Or The History of Dicclesian. Composed by Henry Purcell ... London, Printed by J. Heptinstall, for the Author Folio. Title and dedication to Duke of Somerset, 2 leaves: pp. 1-173. PURCHAS, SAMUEL.

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Pvrchas his Pilgrimage. Or Relations of the World and the Religions observed in all Ages and places discouered. . . . In foure Partes. This First containeth a Theologicall and Geographicall Historie of Asia, Africa, and America, with the Islands Adiacent. . . . With briefe Descriptions of the Countries, Nations, . . . By Samvel Pvrchas, Minister at Estwood in Essex. Vnus Deus, vna Veritas. Lon


don, Printed by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, . . . 1613. Folio. T, 6 leaves: a, 8 leaves: B, 4 leaves: C-Vvv in sixes, last leaf blank.

Dedicated to George, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Pvrchas His Pilgrimage,

The third Edition, much enlarged with Additions through the whole Worke; . . . London, Printed by William Stansby for Henry Fetherstone, . . . 1617. Folio. ¶ and TT, six leaves each: A, 8 leaves: B6 C in sixes, 6 D, 4 leaves.

The Kings Tower and Triumphant Arch of London, written by Samuell Purchas. Licensed to W. Stansby, 5 May, 1623. PYLBEROUGH, JOHN.

A Commemoration of the Inestimable Graces and Benefites of God, infvsed through the bryght lyght of the knowlege of his holy word, to our moste dradde soueraygne lorde Henry the eyght... Anno. M.D.XL. [Col.] Londini in ædibus Thomæ Bertheleti. 4°, black letter, A-C in fours, D, 6 leaves. Dedicated by John Pylberough to Thomas Lord Cromwell. Lambeth.



The Declaration of John Pym Esquire, Vpon the whole Matter of the Charge of High Treason, against Thomas Earle of Strafford, April 12, 1641. With an Argument of Law Both Published by Order of the Commons House. Printed at London for Iohn Bartlet . . . 1641. 4o. The Speech, A-D in fours, with separate title; the Argument, as separately; and a general title preceded by a blank.

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A Speech delivered at a Conference with the Lords, January, XXV. MDCXLI. By occasion of the Petitions from the Citie of London, and the Counties of Middlesex, Essex, and Hertford. By Iohn Pym, Esquire. Published by Order of the House of Commons. Whereto are annexed two Orders of the said House. The one, Containing the Thankes of the Hovse, given to those of Hertfordshire. other, for punishing of those who printed a false Copie of that Petition, and other libellous Pamphlets. Printed at London by R. Oulton, and G. Dexter, for John Rothwell . . . 1641. 4°, A-C in fours. The Speech or Declaration of John Pymm, Esq. To the Lords of the upper House, upon the delivery of the Articles of the Commons assembled in Parliament, against William Lavd, Archbishop of Canterbury, in maintenance of their Accusation, whereby he stands charged of High Treason. Together with a true Copie of the said Articles. London, Printed for Ralph Mabb. 1641. 4o, AE in fours, E 4 blank.

Two Speeches made by Iohn Pymm Esquire; the one after the Articles of the Charge against the Earle of Strafford were read. The other, after the Articles of the Charge against Sir George Ratcliffe were read. London, Printed for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at the gilt Cup, neere St. Austins gate. 1641. 4o, A-B 2 in fours, first leaf blank.

An Answer to a Letter Written out of the country, to Master John Pym, Esquire, one of the worthy Members of the House of Commons. London Printed Ann. Dom. 1643 [Feb. 23, 1642.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.



A Brief Relation of the Persecution and Cruelties that have been acted upon the People called Quakers In and about the City of London, since the beginning of the 7th Month last, til this present time. With a general Relation of Affairs, signifying the state of the People through the Land. London, Printed in the Year 1662. 4o, A-C in fours.

The Quaker's Art of Courtship: Or, The

Yea-and-Nay Academy of Compliments, Containing Several Curious Discourses, by Way of Dialogues, Letters, and Songs, betweene Brethren and Green-Apron Sisters... By the Author of Teagueland Jests. London, Printed, and are to be sold by most Booksellers. 1710. Price Bound One Shilling. 12°, A-G in twelves, including a curious woodcut frontispiece. QUARLES, FRANCIS.

The Incomparable History, of Argalvs

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Printed for Tho. Sawbridge,... 1674. 8°, A-Hh 4 in eights, including the frontispiece, but exclusively of six plates in four compartments.

Divine Poems . . . Written and Augmented by Francis Quarles. The Fifth Edition. Now Illustrated with Sculp


London: Printed for Jeremiah Batley . . 1717. 12o, A-T 6 in twelves.

Divine Fancies: . . . London, Printed by G. D. for Richard Marriot, and are to be sold by William Sheares, ... 1652, 120. A, 6 leaves, the first having only Sheares's device: B-L 5 in twelves. With a portrait and frontispiece.

Divine Fancies... The Seventh Edition, Corrected. London, Printed by T. D. for John Williams, 1675. 8°. A, 4 leaves: B, 6 leaves, B 6 with Errata: CN 4 in eights.

Emblemes By Fra: Quarles Cambridge,



Printed by R. D. for Francis Egglesfield and are to be sold at the signe of the Marigold in St. Pauls Church-yard. 1643. 8°, A-Bb 4 in eights. With the engraved title.

Emblemes... London, Printed for J. W. & F. E. and are to be sold at the Crowne and at the Marigold in St. Paules Church yard. 1669. 8°, A-Bb 4 in eights. With an engraved title after Marshall. Emblems, By Fra. Quarles; With the Hieroglyphicks: All the Cuts Being newly Illustrated. London, Printed for M. G. and W. F. . . . 1696. 8°, A-Aa in eights.


The Loyall Convert. [Quot. from Virgil & Homer.] Oxford, Printed by Leonard Lichfield, . . . 1644. 4°, A—Ċ in fours. The Virgin Widow. A Comedie. Written by Fra. Quarles. . . The second Edition. London, Printed for R. Royston ... 1656. 4o, A-I 2 in fours.

In the stationer's preface we are told that this interlude is offered "to sweeten the brackish distempers of a deluded age." and that it had been privately acted at Chelsea "with good approvement" by a company of young gentlemen.


Fons Lachrymarum:... The Third Edition. London, Printed for Obadiah Blagrave... 1677. 8°, A-M in eights, including a frontispiece.

Gods Love and Mans Vnworthiness: Whereunto is annexed a Discourse be tween the Soul & Satan. With several Divine Ejaculations. Written by Joha Quarles. London, Printed for John Stafford, and are to be sold at his house in St. Brides Church yard, and by Humphrey Moseley... 1651. Sm. 8o. A, 4 leaves, not including the frontispiece: B-L in eights, but only 7 leaves in H. At p. 101 is an engraved plate. Dedicated to Edward Benlowes.


The History of the most Vile Dimagoras who by Treachery and Poison blasted the incomparable Beauty of Divine Parthenia: Inter-woven with the History of Amoronzo and Celania. By John Quarles. London, Printed by J. M. for John Stafford And H. Cripps 8°. Portrait and frontispiece, 2 leaves: title, 1 leaf: Epistle to the Reader, and dedication to the author's honoured friend, Richard Culme, of Canalee, co. Devon, Esq. 4 leaves: B-N 4 in eights, B apparently misprinted C.


Quatermayn's Conqvest over Canterbvries


Covrt. Or A Briefe Declaration of several Passages between him and the Archbishop of Canterbury, with other Commissioners of the High Commission Court

As also his imprisonment by vertue of a Warrant from the Lords of the Council, . . . As also his tryall three severall Sessions. . . And lastly, a Prayer, and Thanksgiving, in an acknowledgement of Gods mercy in his Deliverance. London Printed by Tho. Paine, for Roger Quatermayne. 1642. 4o. A, 4 leaves: a, 4 leaves: B-G in fours.



The Queen, Or the Excellency of her Sex. An Excellent old Play. Found out by a Person of Honour, and given to the Publisher, Alexander Goughe. [Quotations.] London, Printed by T. N. for Thomas Heath 1653. 4o, A-F in fours.

Printed in two columns.

Dedicated by Goughe "To the Vertuously Noble and Truly Honorable Lady, The Lady Catherine Mohun, Wife to the Lord Warwick Mohun, Baron of Okehampton, my highly honored Lord." With three copies of complimentary verses. QUERIES.

Certain Queries lovingly propounded to Mr. William Prynne, to be by him ingenuously resolved, from his large Treatise, entituled, The Soveraigue Power of Parliaments. Bonum est omnia scire. It is good to know all things. Printed in the year of Liberty, 1647. 4°, 4 leaves. A Legal Resolution of two Important Quæres of general present Concernment. Clearly demonstrating, from our Statute, Common and Canon Laws, the bounden duty of Ministers, & Vicars of Parish Churches, to administer the Sacraments, as well as to Preach to their Parishioners

London, Printed by F. L. in the Yeare, 1656. 4o, A-D 2 in fours. Eighteen New Court-Quæries Humbly Offered to the serious consideration and mature deliberation of all the good honest hearted people of the Three Nations of great concernment towards the stopping our Breaches, and the making up of the Divisions amongst us. By several wellwishers to our Settlement. London, Printed in the year MDCLIX. 4o, 4 leaves. Ten Quares, Upon Ten New Commandments of the General Council of the Officers of the Armies Decemb. 22. 1659. 4°, 4 leaves.

Twelve Qveries humbly proposed to the Consideration of the Parliament & Army London: Printed MDCLIX. 4°, 4 leaves.

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XXV. Queries: Modestly and Humbly, And yet sadly and seriously propounded, to the People of England, and their Representatives: And likewise to the Army in this Juncture of Affairs. . . . London: Printed for L. Chapman. 1659. 4o, 6 leaves.

Part. III. Select City Queries. By Mercurius Philalethes.

Ridentem dicere verum. Quis vetat ! London, Printed in the Year 1660. 4o, 4 leaves.

A Few Sober Queries upon the late Proclamation, for enforcing the Laws against Conventicles, &c. and the late Vote of the House of Commons for Renewing the said Act for three years more. . . By One that earnestly desires the Prosperity of England. London, Printed in the Year, 1668. 4o, A-B in fours, B 4 blank. Some Seasonable and Serious Queries upon the late Act against Conventicles. Tending to discover how much it is against the express Word of God, the positive Law of the Nation, the Law & Light of Nature, and Principles of Prudence & Policy. By a Friend to Truth and Peace. Printed in the year 1670. 4°, A-B in fours.



The Practise of Chymicall, and Hermeticall Physicke, for the preseruation of health... Translated into English, by Thomas Timme, Minister. London. Printed by Thomas Creede. 1605. 4o, A-Cc 2 in fours, first and last leaves blank. Dedicated to Sir Charles Blunt, Earl of Devonshire.

Short questions, and answeares, contayn-
ing the Summe of Christian Religion...
London Printed by Mary Dawson. 1635.
8°, black letter, A-C 4 in eights.
QUIN, WALTER, of Dublin.
Corona Virtvtvm; Lvgd. Bat.
CIDICXXXIV. Sm. 8°. 8 prel. leaves :
A-O in eights: P, 9 leaves.

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Agrippa King of Alba: Or, The False Tiberinus. As it was several times Acted with great Applause before his Grace the Duke of Ormond then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, at the Theatre Royal in Dublin. From the French of Monsieur Quinault. London: Printed by J. C. for Nich. Cox, neer Castle-Yard in Holbourn. 1675. 4°. A, 3 leaves: B-I in fours, I 4 blank. Dedicated by J. D. to the

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