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ranny. Wherein the Liberty of the Subject is asserted, Magna Charta briefly but pithily expounded." Lieutenant Colonell Lilburnes Sentence published and refuted. Committees arraigned, Goalers condemned, and remedies provided. London printed 1646. in the sitting of Parliament . . . 4°, A-I in fours.

A new and true Eccho from old and bold Avthovrs Resonating regall-legall satisfactorily reflexing on the great controversies of the Times, and presented to every just Patriot; by Vox veridica preterea nihil. [July 14, 1648.] 4o, 4 leaves. B. M.

Vox Veritatis. Anno M.DC.L. No place or printer, 4o, A-D in fours, and a leaf of E.

A tract evidently printed abroad, and full of curious allusions to persons and localities, including Cromwell and NewEngland.

Vox Populi Vox Dei Or, England's Generall Lamentation for the Dissolution of the Parliament [Col.] Printed for T. B. in the Year, 1681. A folio leaf.

Vox Regni: Or, The Voice of the Kingdom. Being a Dialogue between the City and Countrey. [1681.] Folio, 2 leaves. VOYAGES.

The Voyages and Travells of the Ambassadors sent by Frederick Duke of Holstein, to the Great Duke of Muscovy, and the King of Persia. Begun in the year M.DC.XXXIII, and finish'd in M.DC.XXXIX. Containing a Compleat History of Muscovy, Tartary, Persia, and other adiacent Countries. With several Publick Transactions reaching near the Present Times; In VII. Books. Whereto are added The Travels of John Albert de Mandeslo... The Second Edition Corrected. London,

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Printed for John Starkey and Thomas Basset, 1669. Folio. Title and frontispiece, 2 leaves: A-B in twos: Table, 6 leaves: B-3 I 2 in fours. Compare p. 434.

Relations Historiques et Curieuses de Voyages, en Allemagne, Angleterre, Hollande, Suisse, &c. Par C. P. D. M. de la Facultè de Paris. A Rouen, Chez Jacques Lucas, M.DC.LXXVI. 8°. Title, &c., 3 leaves: A-Aa 2 in eights.

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Voyages and Discoveries in South America.
The First up the River of Amazon to
Quito in Peru, By Christopher
D'Acugna. The Second up the River of
Plata,
The
by Monsieur Acarete.
Third from Cayenne into Guiana, in
search of the Lake of Parima, . . . by M.
Grillet and Bechamel. Done into Eng-
lish. . . . The whole illustrated with
Notes and Maps. London, Printed for
S. Buckley,... 1698. 8°. A, 4 leaves :
B-Y 4 in eights, but Y 1-4 repeated.
With two maps. Grenv. Coll.

A Collection of Original Voyages: Containing I. Capt. Cowley's Voyage round the Globe. II. Captain Sharp's Journey over the Isthmus of Darien, . III.

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Capt. Wood's Voyage thro' the Streights of Magellan. IV. Mr. Roberts's Adventures among the Corsairs of the Levant Illustrated with several Maps and Draughts. Published by Capt William Hacke. London, Printed for James Knapton, 1699. 8o. A-D 7 in eights: Aa-Ff 2 in eights: Aaa-Ddd 4 in eights. With a few cuts on the text and six maps and other engravings.

VULCAN AND VENUS.

A ballett intituled Volcan and Venus. Licensed to J. Awdelay in 1562-3.

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Warm Beere, Or A Treatise wherein is declared by many reasons that Beere so qualified is farre more wholesome then that which is drunke cold. With a confutation of such objections that are made against it, published for the preservation of health. Cambridge, Printed by R. D. for Henry Overton, And are to be sold at his shop entring into Popes-head Alley

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out of Lombard-street in London. 12°. ¶, 12 leaves, the first blank: A-F in twelves. With a copy of verses "in commendation of warm beer" by W. B. W. G.

Melius Inquirendum. Or A Sober Inquirie, Into the Reasonings of the Serious Inquirie: Wherein The Inquirers Cavils against the Principles, his Calumnie against the Preachings and practises of

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Certaine Reasons why the Booke of Common-Prayer being corrected shovld Continue. By I. W. London, Printed by A. N. for Richard Lownds, ... 1641. 4o, A-C 2 in fours, C 2 blank. W. J.

The Taking of Winchester by the Parliaments Forces. As also the surrendring up of the Castle. Wherein they tooke two Regiments of the Cavalleres that were under the command of the Lord Grandison. By I. W. an eye witnesse. ... London, Printed for the Authour. 1642. 4o, A-B 2 in fours. In verse. B. M.

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An Answer to the Late King James's Declaration to all His Pretended Subjects in the Kingdom of England, Dated at Dublin-Castle, May 8. 1689. Ordered by a Vote of the Right Honourable the House of Commons, to be burnt by the Common - Hangman. By J. W. M. D. Published according to Order. London, Printed for Dorman Newman, MDCLXXXIX. 4°. Title and half-title, 2 leaves B-E in fours. W. K.

Confvsed Characters of Conceited Coxcombs, Or, A Dish of Trayterous Tyrants, dressed with verjuice and pickeled too

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W. T. 1', of the Middle Temple. An Exact Character Or, Ñarrative ef late right Noble, and magnificent L Oliver Cromwell, The Lord Protect England, . . . Together with a brief capitulation (or Declaration) of many Miraculous Victories, Vertues Atchievements, throughout the_t Nations. With His Decease on Fri the 3d of Septemb. 1658. being above f years of Age; And the Election of Es eldest Son the Lord Richard, to be L Protector. ... With the Proclaiming His Highness on Saturday, (the 4 stant). .. Written by T. Ì' W. of Middle Temple. . . . London, Printed t J. Jones, 1658. 4°, 4 leaves. W. T.

The Optick Glasse of Hvmors....03 ford Printed by W. T. and are to be by M. S. at the Blue Bible in arbor. 8°. Title and plate with view Oxford and Cambridge, 2 leaves: f leaves: A-L in eights, L 8 blank.

In one copy examined was an extra l of dedication "To my worshippefull, g friend M. Carye."

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W., Gentleman.

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New Help to Discourse: By W. Gent. The Second Edition. London, nted by T. J. and sold by the Bookers of London and Westminster. 1672. A, 6 leaves: B-O in twelves.

DSWORTH, JAMES.

e English Spanish Pilgrime. Or, A w Discouerie of Spanish Popery, and viticall Stratagems. With the estate the English Pensioners and Fugitiues ler the King of Spaines Dominions, I else where at this present. Also laying in the new Order of the Iesuitrices and aching Nunnes. Composed by James adsworth Gentleman, newly conuerted o his true mothers bosome, the Church England, with the motiues why he left Sea of Rome; a late Pensioner to his iesty of Spaine, and nominated his ptaine in Flanders; Sonne to Mr. mes Wadsworth, Bachelor of Diuinity, metime of Emanuell Colledge in the aiuersity of Cambridge, who was perrted in the yeere 1604, and late Tutor Donia Maria Infanta of Spaine. Pubhed by speciall License. Printed at ndon by T. C. for Michael Sparke.. 29. 4o, A-N in fours, first leaf blank. le English Spanish Pilgrime.... inted at London by T. C. for Michael arke... 1630. 4°, A-N in fours, blank.

7rther Observations of the English Danish Pilgrime, Concerning Spaine. eing a second part of his former Booke, id containing these particulars: The escription of a famous Monastery, or ouse of the King of Spaines, called the scuriall, . . . A briefe relation of cerLine Dæmoniacall stratagems of the panish Inquisition. . . . London Imrinted by Felix Kyngston for Robert llot, 1630. 4o, A-G 2 in fours, nd the title. Dedicated to Henry, Earl f Holland. With several copies of intro.uctory verses.

The Present Estate of Spayne,... ComDosed by Iames Wadsworth, Gent. Imprinted at London by A. M. for Richard Thrale and Ambrose Ritherden,... 1630. 1o, A-M 2 in fours.

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The Indian Inhabitants, their Features With remarkable Occurrences in the South-Sea, and elsewhere. . . . Illustrated with several Copper-Plates. London: Printed for James Knapton, . . . 1699. 8o. A, 4 leaves: B-Q in eights, Q 8 with advertisements. With a map and plates at pp. 28, 122, 140. Dedicated to Henry Earl of Romney. WAGER, LEWIS.

A new Enterlude, neuer before this tyme imprinted, entreating of the Life and Repentaunce of Marie Magdalene: not only godly, learned and fruitefull, but also well furnished with pleasaunt myrth and pastime, very delectable for those which shall heare or reade the same. Made by the learned clarke Lewis Wager. The names of the Players. . . . Imprinted at London, by Iohn Charlewood, dwelling in Barbican, at the signe of the halfe Eagle and the Key. Anno. 1566. 4°, A-I in fours, I 4 blank. Black letter. Without prefixes.

This is dated a year earlier than the Museum copy; but it is probably the same impression.

WAGENAR, LUKE, of Enchusen. The Mariners Mirrovr Wherin may playnly be seen the courses, heights, distances, depths, soundings, flouds and ebs, risings of lands, rocks, sands and shoalds, with the marks for th'entrings of the Harboroughs, Havens, and Ports of the greatest part of Europe: their seueral traficks and commodities: Together wth the Rules and instrumēts of Navigation First made & set fourth in diuers exact Sea Charts, by that famous Nauigator Lvke Wagenar of Enchusen. And now fitted with necessarie additions for the use of Englishmen by Anthony Ashley. Herein also may be understood the exploits lately atchieved by the right Honorable the L. Admiral of Englad with her Maties Nauie and some former seruices don by that worthy Knight S Fra: Drake. No place, &c. [Printed in Holland. 1588.] Folio.

Collation: Title engraved by Theodore De Bry, 1 leaf: Arms of Sir C. Hatton, with six Latin lines beneath them, 1 leaf: Dedication to Hatton, 1 leaf: the Author's Admonition to the Reader, and verses by Janus Dousa, &c., 4 leaves on ¶: A, 6 leaves: B, 8 leaves: C, 6 leaves: A Description and Povrtraict, &c., 22 maps with letterpress, Numbers 1-22: Description.. of the Chiefest Part of England, Denmark, &c., 23 maps numbered. Lambeth.

The maps are by De Bry, Hondius, Ryther, &c.

WAKEFIELD.

WAKEFIELD, ROBERT.

Roberti Wakfeldi sacrarum literarum professoris eximij Regisq; sacellani syntagma de hebreorum codicu incorruptione. Item eiusdem Oratio Oxonij habita, vnacum quibusdam alijs lectu ac annotatu. [London, W. de Worde.] 4o, A-L 2 in fours. [ii] Roberti Wakfeldi... oratio de laudibus & vtilitate tria linguaro Arabicę Chaldaicæ & Hebraicę atq; idiomatibus hebraicis qua in vtroq; testamēto iūeniutur. Londini apud Winandum de Vorde. [1523-4.] 4°, A-Q in fours, A 4 blank, and Q4 occupied by the device. Lambeth.

WAGSTAFFE, JOHN, M.A.

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Historical Reflections on the Bishop of Rome Chiefly Discovering Those Events of Humane Affaires which most advanced the Papal Vsurpation. By John Wagstaffe, M.A.O.C. Oxford, Printed by Hen. Hall, for Ric. Davis. . . . 1660. 4°. A, 2 leaves: B-F in fours.

WAGSTAFFE, THOMAS.

A Defence of the Vindication of K. Char-
les the Martyr; Justifying His Majesty's
Title to Eikon Basilike, In Answer to A
Late Pamphlet Intituled Amyntor. By
the Author of the Vindication. London,
Printed by W. Bowyer, .
8°, A-M in fours.

MDCXCIX.

WAGSTAFFE, WILLIAM, M.D.

A Comment upon the History of Tom
Thumb. [Quot. from Horace.] The Second
Edition, corrected. London, Printed for
J. Morphew. 1711. 8o, A-C in

fours.

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Editio Quarta. 1627. 12o, A—L in

The lateny in welshe. Licensed to John
Waley in 1562-3.

A catechesme in Welshe. Licensed to
Richard Jones in 1566.

A True and dreadfull testimonie of Gods
wrathe shewed in the parishe of Llandrillo
in the Countie of Merioneth in Wales.
Licensed to R. Jones, 23 Feb. 1581-2.
A dolefull songe made by Robert Randole
borne in Wales. Licensed to Edward
Allde, 23 Feb. 1593-4.

Compare p. 511.

A brief Relation of some of the grievances of such of the Inhabitants of the Isle of Anglesey as have a desire that God were rightly honoured, the King faithfully

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served, the Laws of the land obey'd, and the common good of an chiefly respected, justly conceaved a the Magistrates and chief governan the same Island, as well secular a rituall, that, by their mere slot negligence, in their severall change vocations, suffer all iniquity to en and superabound, and therefore the of the whole Island to runne upon to ruin, and at last totall perdition, horrible desolation. [1613.]

A MS. printed by Halliwell, 8, 19 A Trve Relation of a Company of B ists, Separatists, and Non-Conf In Monmouthshire in Wales. W manner of their Doctrine, Christ Weddings, and Burialls. With a lation of the knavery that some ofTeachers practised to enrich the withall. ... Printed in the yeare Is 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.

His Majesties Speech to the Inhal
of Denbigh and Flint-shire. 27. Sapp
1642. London. Printed for R. LI>
4°, 4 leaves.

The Welch-Mans Warning-Piece.a
was delivered in a Sermon in Shrop
at the Assembly when the Resolution
agreed upon. And now published f
cood of all her Country-men in t
parts. By Shon ap Morgan. In the
Prelatian Yeer. 1642. Wherin her
Cot thanks that her was no Beshit.
don: Printed for Robert Wood and He
Marsh. 1642. 4o, 4 leaves.
The Welsh-Mans new Almanack
Prognostication for this present yer
1643. Likewise, Giving notice to all
peoples to beware of the danger that -
befall them, if they take not heed in g
time: Wherein if there be found any
lye, her will be content to lose all
credite, and also her other Legge
Arme, as her did at Kenton Batta
Withall, Her doe forbid to have any
letters to be printed in her Almana
because her doe not love the red col
never since her lost so much of her th
at that time, as her did at Edge-hil. La
don printed 1643 [Jan. 22, 1642-3]
4 leaves. Black letter. B. M.

The Welch Doctor: Or, The Welch-
turned Physitian, being a New War
Cure all Diseases in these times.....

Shinkin ap Morgan, Professor of ber Medicall Arts and Sciences. Printed fir the good of her Country-men, this presen yeare. 1643 [Feb. 16, 1642.] 4, 4 leaves

B. M.

WALES.

The true Copy of a Welch Sermon Preached before Prince Mavrice in Wales 1pon his departure thence; by Shon ap Owen, Priest. Wherein is desired that Prince Maurice would not plunder her Townes and Villages, for they were all poore men and not able to buy her a new Cushion to make her Preech on. For

which Sermon Shon ap Owen was comnitted to prison, put by her Benefice, and xiled the Country: Whereunto is added John ap Owens complaint for her sad osse. Printed for I. Vnderwood. 1643 April 29.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.

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Wonders Foretold, By her crete Prophet of Wales, which shall certainly happen his present yeare 1643, by strange fires, nd crete waters, by spirits and Tivills, ppearing in many places of this Kinglome, especially in and about te City of London and Westminster. And the effects at will ensue tereof. London Printed with her free consent and leave, Anno Dom. 1643. 4°, 4 leaves. Woodcut on title. B. M.

The Welch Embassadour, or the happy Newes his Worship hath brought to London. Together with her thirteene Articles of acreements, which her propounds to all her Coosens in her Counciles and her Cities to consider of. Printed for T. Vnderwood. 1643. [April 13.] 4°, 4 leaves. With a curious cut on title. B. M. The Welch-mans Propositions to the Arch-Bishop of Yorke, Commander in chiefe before Conoway Castle in Wales. With their new Lawes, and Orders of Warre propounded by them, and a motion for Peace. Printed in the Yeare, of her Cosen Taffies Carier, 1646. [Aug. 3.] 4°, 4 leaves. With a cut on title. B. M. Crete Wonders foretold By Her crete Prophet of Wales, which shall certainly happen this present year 1647. by strange fires, and crete waters, by spirits and Tivills appearing in many places of tis Kingdome,... Also her Kings coming home to her Crete Counsell. Printed with her free consent and leave, to be published and sold to her teere Pretren of England, with all her plood and heart. 1647 [1646.] 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.

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WALKER.

We the Inhabitants of the Isle of Anglisey, whose names are hereunto subscribed, after mature consideration had, . . . doe Remonstrate and Declare to our FellowSubjects... [July 14, 1648.] A sheet. A Royalist manifesto.

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Te Humple Remonstrances of Rice ap Meredith, ap Morgan, Shentilman of Wales; To te Parliaments of Enghelandts, and her cood Lord Shenerals. Wherin is set forth, awl her troubles and crievances, .. Awlso, Her makes a tiscovery of awl te chief (wat you call 'ems) incentiaries and tisturbers of te peace... Togeter, with a fery brave new Ballacks or Songs, made py her nown cousins, Shon ap Shefferies,... London, Printed by Robert Wood,... 1650. 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.

Reprinted by Halliwell, 120, 1861. Mercurius Cambro-Britannicus, Or, News from Wales, Touching the Glorious and Miraculous Propagation of the Gospel in those parts. Being a clear Discovery & Manifestation of the late invented Trade of Tith-Gathering there London, Printed in the Year, 1652. 4°. *, 4 leaves: A-C in fours. B. M.

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Novus Reformator Vapulans: Or, The Welch Levite tossed in a Blanket. In a Dialogue between Hick[eringill] of Colchester, David J[o]nes and the Ghost of Wil. Pryn. London: Printed for the Assigns of Will. Pryn, next Door to the Devil. MDCXCI. 4o, A-E 2 in fours. The Welsh-Mans Glory; or, the Famous Victories of the Ancient Britons obtain'd upon St. David's Day. London: Printed by Thomas Dawks, His Majesties British Printer, at the West-End of ThamesStreet. A ballad. Ouvry Cat. No. 78. An Ancient Survey of Pen Maen Mawr, North Wales; From the Original Manuscript of the time of Charles I. Attributed to Sir John Gwynne or Wynn, of Gwedyr.

A MS. printed by Halliwell, 8°, 1860. WALKER, ANTHONY, D.D. Fax Fonte Accensa, Fire out of Water: Or, An Endeavour to Kindle Devotion,

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