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Roberti Whittintoni lichfeldiensis. . . Editio de concinnitate grammatices et constructione. [Col.] Explicit whittintoni editio...: nouiter impressa London. per Winandu de Worde.... Anno domini. M. CCCCC. xvii. 4°. A 8, B 4, C 8, D 6. With the printer's device on D 6 verso, the recto blank. Grenv. Coll.

Sintaxis, Roberti VV. L. i florētissi[m]a Oxoniensi academia laureati Opusculum de Syntaxi siue constructione recensitum .xxi. supra sesquimilessimum nostræ salutis anno, Id9 Februa. [Col.] Impressum per me petrum Treueris. 40, black letter, A-H in fours, and I in sixes.

The title is in a broad woodcut border, with the Southwark printer's name in large black letter at the foot.

Roberti Whitintoni... de octo partibus orationis opusculu: iterum recognitu. Londini in edibus Winandi de Worde vicessimo primo supra sesquimilessimü nostre salutis anno. Idibus Julii. 4o. A, 4 leaves: B, 6 leaves: C, 4 leaves. Verború præterita & supina. Grammaticae Prima Pars Roberti Whitintoni L. L. nuprime recensita. Liber quintus De verborü præteritis & supinis.... [Col.] Lodini in edib9 Winādi de Worde. xxvij. supra sesquimilessimum nostre redemptionis anno. Ad id9 Maias. 4o, a―d in fours and sixes.

Verborum præterita & supina. Grammaticae Primae partis a Roberto Whitintono L. nuperrime recensita. Liber quintus Cum priuilegio. [Col.] Finis. Lödini in ædibo Winadi de Worde. xxxiij. supra sesqui millessimū


nostræ redemptionis anno. 4o, A—E in fours.

Sotheby's, July 12, 1878, No. 243. Roberti Whitintoni L. Secunda Grammaticæ pars de syllabaru quantitate . . . [Col.] Londini in edibus Winandi de Worde xxvij. supra sesquimilessimum nostre salutis anno. 4°, A-M in fours and sixes.


A ballad in praise of whitsontide, &c. Licensed to E. White, 1 Aug. 1586. WHITTEL, JOHN, Chaplain to the Army. Constantinus Redivivus: Or, A Full Account of the Wonderful Providences, and Unparallel'd Successes that have all along Attended the Glorious Enterprises of... William the 3d . . . London, Printed and sold by Tho. Harbin . . . 1693. 8°. A, 6 leaves: a, 8 leaves : BO 4 in eights.


A ballad, called. The vertuous Lyfe and memorable Death of Sir Richard Whittington mercer sometymes Lord Maiour of the honorable Citie of London. Licensed to John Wright, 16 July, 1605. WHORES.

The Costlie Whore. A Comicall Historie, Acted by the companie of the Revels. London Printed by Augustine Mathewes, for William Sheares, and Hvgh Perrie, 1633. 4o, A-II in fours, first leaf


The Crafty Whore: Or, The mistery and iniquity of Bawdy Houses Laid open, In a dialogue between two Svttle Bawds, wherein, as in a mirrour, our City-Cvrtesans may see their soul-destroying Art, and Crafty devices, whereby they Insnare and beguile Youth, pourtraied to the life, By the Pensell of one of their late, (but now penitent) Captives, for the benefit of all, but especially the younger sort. Whereunto is added Dehortations from Lust Drawn from the Sad and Lamentable Consequences it produceth.... London: Printed for Henry Marsh.... 1658. [May.] 8°, A-H in eights, besides the frontispiece. B. M.

A New Advice to Whore-Masters, &c. A ballad. Ouvry Cat. No. 127.

A New Song of the Misfortunes of an Old Whore and her Brats. A sheet in two columns. [1688.]


Two Short Treatises, against the Orders of the Begging Friars, compiled by that

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Famovs Doctovr of the Chvrch, and Preacher of Gods word John Wickliffe, sometime fellow of Merton, and Master of Ballioll Coll. in Oxford, and afterwards Parson of Lutterworth in Leicestershire. Faithfully Printed according to two ancient Manuscript Copies, extant; the one in Benet Colledge in Cambridge, the other remaining in the Publike Librarie at Oxford . . . At Oxford, Printed by Ioseph Barnes, printer to the Vniversitie. 1608. 4°. 7,4 leaves: A-H in fours: H 4 occupied by a short glossary.

Edited by Thomas James, and dedicated by him, in an interesting epistle, to Sir Thomas Flemynge, Chief Justice of England.

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A ladies present to a princesse, or godly prayers. Licensed to Hugh Perry, 19 June, 1627.


A short, yet a true and faithfull narration of the fearefull fire that fell in the towne of Wooburne, in the countie of Bedford, on Saturday the 13. of September last, Anno 1595. Together with a Christian admonition as to the particular people of that place, so to the inhabitants of the whole land, to make profitable and good use of the same, as likewise of all judgements past, as of those that are feared may iustly fall upon us for our sinnes. [Three quotations.] At London Printed by the Widdow Orwin, for Thomas Man. 1595. 8°, 36 leaves. Dedicated by Thomas Wilcocks from London, 1 Nov. 1595, to Sir John Popham and Sir William Perrain. Mrs. How of Aspley Guise. WILD, ROBERT.

Iter Boreale. Together with some other Select Poems, Not heretofore Printed. By the same Author. London, Printed for L. F. and are to be sold at the Parrot in St Paul's Church-yard 1661. 8°, A-D in eights, A blank.

Iter Boreale. . . . London, Printed for


R. R. and W. C. . . . 1671. 8°, Ain eights, first leaf blank. Flagellvm Poeticvm: Or, A Scourge in a Wilde Poet. Being An Answer to 27 Robert Wild's Letter, Directed to b Friend Mr. J. J. Upon Occasion of E: Majesties Declaration for Liberty of Cscience. London, Printed for J. L. Az Dom. 1672. 4o, A-B in fours Ingr and verse.

WILKINS, JOHN, Bishop of Chesa. The Discovery of a World in the M Or, A Discovrse tending to prove, tis probable there may be another a table World in that Planet. (Q London, Printed by E. G. for Mi Sparke and Edward Forrest. 1638. A, 4 leaves, including a double titler the first leaf having an engraving: B4 in eights.


A Discourse concerning A New world & Another Planet In 2 Bookes. Printe for Iohn Maynard . . . 1640. 8°. E graved title by Marshall, 1 leaf: A leaves aa, 2 leaves: B-Q in eighs R, 1 leaf: [a new title,] A Discovrse b cerning A New Planet. Tending to pro That 'tis probable our Earth is one of t Planets. The second Booke, now i published.... London, Printed by R. E for Iohn Maynard, ... 1640. leaves: B-R 4 in eights, R 4 v Errata.

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Mercvry, Or The Secret and Swift M+ senger: Shewing, How a Man may w Privacy and Speed communicate a Thoughts to a Friend at any distan London, Printed by I. Norton, for la Maynard, and Timothy Wilkins, .......164 8°, A-M in eights, A 1 and M 7–8 blark Dedicated by J. W. to George Lord Beris ley, with commendatory verses by Siri. Kinaston, R. West of C. C. C. "Oxfor Anthony Aucher, Richard Hatton, & Mercury Or The Secret and Swift M senger. .. The Second Edition. London, Printed for Rich. Baldwin, 1694. 8°, A-M 6 in eights. Mathematicall Magick. Or, The Wonde That may be performed by Mechanicall Geometry. In two Books. Concerning


Being one of the most easie, pleasant, use full, (and yet most neglected) par of Mathematicks. Not before treated of in this language. By I. W. M.A.... Les don, Printed by M. F. for Sa: Gellibrand 1648. 8°, A-V 4 in eights, Al

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blank. With engravings. Dedicated to
the Elector Palatine.

Mathematical Magick. . . . London:
Printed by Edw. Gellibrand . . 1680.
8o, A-V 4 in eights, first leaf blank.
With a portrait and cuts.

An Essay Towards a Real Character,
And a Philosophical Language. By John
Wilkins D.D. Dean of Ripon, And Fellow
of the Royal Society. London, Printed
for Sa: Gellibrand, 1668. Folio.
Title, 1 leaf: a-d 2 in fours, a 2 with
Errata B-3 T3 in fours. Dedicated to
Lord Brouncker, P.R.S.


The Sope-Patentees of Londons Petition Opened and Explained. Or, The Unmasking of these cruel Sope-Patentees deceitful Petition, presented by them to the Honorable House of Commons. Wherein you have a Discovery made (in part and but in part) of the great Sufferings of this Common-wealth: As also of the special Sufferings of some Free-born Subjects in their Liberties and Estates, sustained by these cruel Sope-Monopolers. [Quotations.] London, Printed by I. F. for Iohn Rothwel, . . . 1646. 4o, A—C in fours.

WILKINSON, JOHN, of Barnard's Inn. A Treatise Collected ovt of the Statvtes of this Kingdom, and according to common experience of the Lawes, concerning the office and authorities of Coroner and Sherifes. Together with an easie and plain methode for the keeping of a Court Leet, Court Baron, and Hundred Court, &c. London, Printed for the Companie of Stationers. 1628. Cum Priuilegio.

8°, black letter, A-Cc in eights. WILKINSON, WILLIAM.

Systema Africanvm: Or A Treatise, Discovering the Intrigues and Arbitrary Proceedings of the Guiney Company. And also how prejudicial they are to the American Planters, the Woollen, and other English Manufactures: To the Visible Decay of Trade, and consequently greatly impairing the Royal Revenue, which would be Infinitely Encreased, provided Merchants and Mariners were Encouraged, who can discover several Places not yet known, or traded unto, by the African Company. Together with a True Account of their Fortifications. Humbly submitted to their Majesties, and to the consideration of both Houses of Parliament. By William Wilkinson Mariner. London, Printed in the Year

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M.DC.XC. 4o. A, 2 leaves: B-E 1 in fours.

"This Book was sent me by Mr. Anthony Izzard on Fryday Aprill the 4th, 1690."MS. note on flyleaf.

WILLIAM III., King of Great Britain. A Letter from His Highness the Prince of Orange, written in the Camp at Quarringuan, the 18th of August, 1674. Directed to the Lords in Council, concerning the late Fight. [Col.] London, Printed for Henry Eversden,... [1674.] Folio, 2 leaves.

The Address of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons,

To the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Presented by the Lord Marquis of Halifax, . . . with His Maiesties Most Gracious Answer thereunto. London, Printed by James Partridge, . . . 1687. Folio, 6 leaves, including an Imprimatur.

The True Copy of a Paper delivered by the Lord De to the Mayor of Darby, where he quartered the One and Twentieth of November, 1688. London, Printed for John Goodman, 1688. A folio leaf. An Excellent New Song Or, The Orange Flag Display'd. To the Tune of, Hark how the Thundring Cannons Roar. Printed in the Year, 1688. A sheet, with the


An Answer to a Paper importing a Petition of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and Six other Bishops, to His Majesty, touching their not Distributing and Publishing the late Declaration for Liberty of Conscience. With Allowance. London, Printed by Henry Hills . . . 1688. 4o, A-C in fours.

Rules and Articles for the better Government of His Majesties Land-Forces In Pay. Published by his Majesties Command. London, .. 1688. 8°, A-C 2 in eights. Black letter.

A Letter from the Archbishops and Bishops, to the King's most Excellent Majesty. [With the Answer.] Edinburgh, Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson .. 1688. A broadside, divided into two leaves.

An Address to His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, And the Right Reverend the Bishops, upon account of their late Petition. By a true Member of the Church of England. With Allowance. London, Printed, and are to be sold by Randall Taylor. 1688. 4°, 4 leaves.

A Letter to the Honourable Major


Slingsby, Lieutenant-Governour of Portsmouth. [Circa 1688.] A folio leaf. The Declaration of the Nobility, Gentry, and Commonalty at the Rendezvous at Nottingham, Nov. 22. 1688. A sheet. The Aphorismes of the Kingdome. [London, circa 1688.] 4o, A-H 2 in fours. Without a regular title or any other indication.

The Declaration of the Lords and Commons Assembled at Westminster, Presented to their Highnesses, The Prince and Princess of Orange, At White-Hall the 13th of February, 1683. Printed in the Year 1689. Folio, 2 leaves.

A Third Collection of Papers Relating to the Present Juncture of Affairs in England. Viz. I. The Expedition of the Prince of Orange for England; . . . II. A Further Account of the Prince's Army, in a Letter from Exon, . . . III. Three Letters. 1. A Letter from a Jesuit of Leige, . . . IV. Popish Treaties not to be rely'd on: In a Letter from a Gentleman at York, . . . London printed, . 1688. 4o, B-F in fours, F 4 blank, and the title.


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The Grievances of the Church of England which are not in the power of the Governours of it to remedy. By a Member of the Church of England. Printed for R. Baldwin, . . . 1689. A folio leaf.

The Address of the Lords Spriritual & Temporal, and Commons, to the King's most Excellent Majesty, for Maintaining the Church of England as by Law Established: With His Majesty's Most Gracious Answer thereunto. In the Savoy: . . . 1689. A folio leaf.

A Speech Made by the Right Honourable the Earl of Arran, to the Scotch Nobility and Gentry, met together in, the Council Chamber in White-Hall, on the Eighth of January 1688, about an Address to His Highness the Prince of Orange, to take upon him the Government of the Kingdom of Scotland. London, Printed for T. J. 1689. A folio leaf.

The Form of the Intended Coronation Oath Agreed upon by the Committee. London, Printed for J. Lyford. 1689. A folio leaf.

The Publick Grievances of the Nation, Adjudged Necessary, by the Honourable

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the House of Commons, to be Redresse Printed in the Year, 1689. A folio led A Word to the Wise, for Setling Government. London, Printed for Ri Janeway. 1689. A folio leaf. The Address of the Honourable the Ho of Commons: Presented to His Majes on Thursday the 25th day of April, 16 With His Majesty's Answer thereanLondon, Printed by Charles Bill, Thomas Newcomb, MDCLXXXIX. Ful 2 leaves.

To the Honourable the Commons of E land Assembled in Parliament. A Sh Account of One of the Great Grieva of the Nation, Humbly Presented James Whiston. [May 14, 1689.] F

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The Advantages of the Present Settle ment, and the Great Danger of a Relapst London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell,.. MDCLXXXIX. 4o, A-E in fours.

A Specimen of a Declaration against De bauchery, Tendered to the Consideration of His Highness the Prince of Orange and of the Present Convention of Nation. [1689.] 4o, 2 leaves. K. William, or K. Lewis: Wherein is s forth the Inevitable Necessity these N tions lye under, of submitting Wholly t one or other of these Kings; And test the Matter in Controversie is not per between K. William and James, but be tween K. William and K. Lewis of Franc For the Government of these Nations Written out of Cheshire by a Gentleman lately arrived there from Ireland. Londe, Printed for Ric. Chiswell... MDCLXXX 4o, A-B 2 in fours.

A Friendly Conference concerning te New Oath of Allegiance to K. Wiliam, and Q. Mary. . . . London: Printed Samuel Smith 1689. 4o, A-E fours, first leaf having an Advertisement Considerations humbly Offered for takin the Oath of Allegiance to King Wil and Queen Mary. . . . London, Printed by J. Leake, for Awnsham Churchill... MDCLXXXIX. 40, A-I in fours, last leaf

with advertisements.


The Courtly Triumph; or an Excellent new Song upon the Coronation of K. William and Q. Marie; which was splendidly celebrated on the 11th of April 1689. To the tune of Cannons roar. ballad. Ouvry Cat. No. 73.


An Enquiry into the Present State of Affairs And in particular, Whether we owe Allegiance to the King in these Circumstances? And whether we are bound to Treat with Him, and call Him back again, or not? Published by Authority, London Printed for John Starkey, and Ric. Chiswell . . . MDCLXXXIX. 4o, 8 leaves.

An Answer to two Papers, Called, A Lords Speech Without-Doors, and a Commoners Speech. Wherein the Objections against the present Management of Affairs are dissolved. By a Lover of his Countrey. With Allowance. London Printed.. 1689. 4o, A-E in fours, and the titlepage.


The Royal Voyage, Or The Irish Expedition: A Tragicomedy, Acted in the Years 1689 and 90-Regis ad Exemplum. Claud. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, in the Old-Bailey, A.D. 1690. 4o, Title and To the Reader, 3 leaves: B-I 2 in fours.

A Letter to a Friend, upon the Dissolving of the Late Parliament, and the Calling of a New One. Together with a List of those who were against making the Prince and Princess of Orange, King and Queen. London: Printed in the Year 1690. folio leaf.


The Vision. A sheet in verse. [Circa


A Modest Enquiry into the Causes of the present Disasters in England. And who they are that brought the French Fleet into the English Channel, Described. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin ... MDCXC. 4o, B-F in fours, F 4 blank, and the titlepage.

The Royal Adventure, Or, Joy to King William. Being an Excellent New Song, wishing Him all Health, Happiness, and Prosperity, in the Irish Expeditions.... London, Printed for T. Howkins, ... 1690. A sheet.

The Orange. A sheet in verse. [Circa 1690. Relating to the case of Judith Wilks.]

To the Brazen Head. With the Answer. In verse. [Circa 1690.] A sheet.

The Character of a Williamite: Being the Reverse of a late unlicensed Treatise,


Entituled, The Character of a Jacobite, By what Name or Title soever Dignify'd or Distinguish'd; written by a Person of Quality. London, Printed for Richard Baldwin . . . 1690. 4o, A-D in fours. Reflections on the Petition & Apology for the Six Deprived Bishops. With a Vindication of those that refused to subscribe the said Petition. London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1690. 4o, A—B in fours. The True Cause of all our Miseries, Discovered in their Visible Effects: As I find it (to my great Satisfaction) most manifest, in The Layman's Religion, lately published, Licensed, Octob. 1. 1690. [Col.] London, Printed for Walter Kettilby... 1690. Folio, 5 leaves.


Two Dreams: Viz. 1. The Dream of the French King Lewis XIV. called the Great, and the Immortal; as he lately told it to the Lords of his Court. The Dream of Mary d'Esté Princess of Modena, and Wife to James II. late King of England. With the Interpretations thereof. Translated out of French. London, Printed by J. D. . . . MDCXC. 4o, A-E 2 in fours.

Plain English: Humbly offered to the Consideration of His Majesty, And his Great Council, The Lords and Commons

Obsequium amicos, veritas odium parit. London, Printed in the Year, 1690. 4°. Title and Errata, 2 leaves: B—E 2 in fours.

Plain English... The Second Edition: with a Short Preface; and an Appendix . . London, Printed for the Author, 1690. 4o, A-E in fours, a leaf of F, and the title.

Reasons why the Rector of P. took the Oath of Allegiance to King William and Queen Mary. London, Printed by H. Clark, for the Author, . . . 1690. 4o, A-C in fours.

A Copy of Mr. Ashton's Paper, Delivered to the Sheriff at the Place of Execution, January 28. 1699. A folio leaf.

A Second Letter to a Friend, Concerning the French Invasion. In which the Declaration lately dispersed under the Title of His Majesty's most Gracious Declaration . . . is entirely and exactly Published, according to the dispersed Copies; with some short Observations upon it. London Printed . . . MDCXCII. 4o, B-G in fours, besides the title and imprimatur. Act and Order of Council, for Sequestrating the Rents of such as are in Rebellion

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