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chose rules to judge the weather by the Sunne, Moone, Sterres, To these and other nowe at the last are adjoyned diuers general Pleasat Tables, with many cōpendious rules, easy to be had in memorie, manifolde wayes profitable to al maner men of understanding: once againe published by Leonard Digges Gentleman, in the yeare of our Lorde, 1556. The seconde Impression augmented by the author in the yeare 1556. Agayne Imprynted by Thomas Gemini. 4o, A-G in fours and A-D 2 in fours.
A Prognostication everlasting of right good effect, frutefully augmented by the author once againe publyshed by Leonard Digges gentleman, in the yeere of our Lord. 1564. Imprinted at London in Fletestrete by Thomas Marshe, nere to S. Dunstones Churche. 4o, black letter, A-L in fours, L 4 blank, besides title and dedication, 2 leaves. Woodcuts. A Boke Named Tectonicon. Briefely shewynge the exacte measurynge, and speady reckonynge all maner Lande, squared Tymber, Stone, Steaples, Pyllers, Globes, &c. Further, declaringe the fecte makinge and large vse of the Carpenters Ruler, conteyninge a Quadrant Geometricall,... Published by Leonard Digges Gentleman, in the yere of our Lorde. 1556. Imprynted at London by Thomas Gemini, dwellynge within the Blacke Friers: who is there ready exactly to make all the Instrumentes apperteynynge to this Booke. Anno. 1562. 4°. A, 2 leaves: B-F in fours.
A Geometrical Practice, named Pantometria, diuided into three Bookes, Longimetria, Planimetra and Stereometria, containing Rules manifolde for mensuration of all lines, Superficies and Solides: with sundry strange conclusions both by instrument and without . . . framed by Leonard Digges Gentleman,lately finished by Thomas Digges his sonne. Who hathe also thereunto adioyned a Mathematicall Treatise of Platonical bodies, . . . Imprinted at London by Henrie Bynneman. Anno. 1571. 4o, A-Hh in fours, besides title and following leaf. Dedicated to Sir Nicholas Bacon Knight, Lord Keeper. With cuts.
A Geometrical Practical Treatise named Pantometria .. First published by Thomas Digges Esquire,... Lately Reviewed by the Avthor himselfe, and augmented with sundrie Additions. open the passage, and prepare a way to the vnderstanding of the Treatize of
Martiall Pyrotechnie and great Artillerie, hereafter to be published. At London Printed by Abell Jeffes. Anno. 1591. Folio, A-Cc in fours, Cc 4 with the Errata. With cuts.
An Arithmeticall Militarie Treatise, named Strathioticos: Compendiously teaching the Science of Nubers, as well in Fractions as Integers, and so much of the Rules and Equations Allgebraicall and Arte of Numbers Cossicall, as are requisite for the Profession of a Soldiour. Together with the Moderne Militare Discipline, Offices, Lawes and Dueties in euery well gouerned Campe and Armie to be obserued: Long since attēpted by Leonard Digges Gentleman, Augmented, digested, and lately finished, by Thomas Digges, his Sonne. Whereto he hath also adioyned certaine Questions of great Ordinaunce, resolued in his other Treatize of Pyrotechny, and great Artillerie, hereafter to bee published. Vivet post Funera Virtus. At London: Printed by Henrie Bynneman. Anno Domini. 1579. black letter, A-Aa in fours, besides two folded tables between X and Y and between Y and Z.
Dedicated to the Earl of Leicester, whose arms gartered are on the back of the title, by Thomas Digges.
An Arithmetical Warlike Treatise named Stratioticos'.. First published by Thomas Digges Esquire Anno salutis 1579... lately reuiewed and corrected by the author himselfe, and also augmented with sundry additions. At London Imprinted by Richard Field 1590. 4o. A, 2 leaves : B-Pp in fours, besides 2 folded leaves at LL. Dedicated to the Earl of Leicester.
DIGGES, THOMAS, the Elder. Alæ Sev Scale Mathematicæ, quibus visibilium remotissima coelorum Theatra consciendi, & Planetarum omnium itinera nouis & inauditis Methodis explorari: tum huius portentosi Syderis in Mundi Boreali plaga insolito fulgore coruscantis
possis. Thoma Diggesæo, Cantiēnsi, Stemmatis Generosi, Authore. Londini. Anno Domini. 1573. [Col.] Londini Apud Thomam Marsh. 40, A-L in fours, A repeated, and L 4 having only the Digges arms.
DILLINGHAM, FRANCIS, M.A., of Christ's College, Cambridge.
A Disswasive from Poperie, containing Twelve Effectval Reasons, by which every Papist, not wilfully blinded, may be brought to the truth, and euery Protestant
confirmed in the same. Printed by Iohn Legat, Printer to the Vniuersitie of Cambridge. 1599. 8°, A-L 4 in eights. DILLINGHAM, WILLIAM, S.T.D. Poemata Varii Argumenti, Partim E Georgio Herberto Latinè (utcunque) reddita, Partim conscripta, A Wilh. Dillingham, S.T.D. Cantabrigiensi. Adscitis etiam aliis aliorum. Londini, Typis E. Flesher... MDCLXVIII. 8°. A, 4 leaves: B-Q in eights, last leaf blank. DINGLEY, ROBERT, M.A., of Magdalen College, Oxford.
Vox Cœli; Or, Philosophical, Historical, and Theological Observations of Thunder.
By Robert Dingley, M.A. . . . London, Printed by M. S. for Henry Cripps,
1658. 8°, A-N in eights. Dedicated to Major Samuel Bull, captain of Cowes Castle, Isle of Wight. DIODORUS SICULUS.
A Righte noble and pleasant History of the Successors of Alexander surnamed the Great, taken out of Diodorus Siculus : and some of their liues written by the wise Plutarch. Translated out of French into Englysh, by Thomas Stocker. Imprinted at London by Henrie Bynneman,
for Humfrie Toy. Anno Domini. 1569. 4o, A-Vv 2 in fours. Dedicated to Ambrose Dudley, Earl of Warwick. The History of Diodorus Siculus. Containing all that is most Memorable and of greatest Antiquity in the first Ages of the World Until the War of Troy. Done into English by H. C. Gent. London, Printed by John Macock, for Giles Calvert, 1653. Folio, A-Uu in fours, and the title. Dedicated by Henry Cogan, to John, Earl of Clare. DIOGENES.
The bayting of Dyogenes. Licensed to Henry Chettle, 17 Sept. 1591. DIRECTION.
A Direction for the English Traveller By which he shall be enabled to coast about all England and Wales. And also to know how farre any Market or noteable Towne in any Shire lyeth, one from an other, and Whether the same be East West North or South from ye Shire Towne: As also the distance betweene London and any other Shire or great towne with the scituation thereof East West North or South from London. By the help also of this worke one may know in what Parish, Village or Mansion house soeuer he be in Printed and are to be Sold by Iohn Garrett, at the
South Entrance of y° Royall Exchange in Corne-hill. [Circa 1625.] 8o, 44 folded leaves and maps, including the titlepage, the whole engraved.
A Direction for the English Traveller By which he shal be inabled to Coast about all England and Wales. . . . Are to be sold by Thomas Jenner at the South entrance of the Exchange 1643. Sm. 8°, 42 leaves, including prefixes and a large folded leaf of highways and roads. DIRECTOR.
A Brief Director for those that would send their Letters to any parts of EngOr a List of land, Scotland, or Ireland. all the Carriers, Waggoners, Coaches, Posts, Ships, Barks, Hoys, and PassageAlphaboats, that come to London, betically Printed, . . . [1660.] 40, 4
Directorium, seu Pica Sarum. [W. Caxton, circa 1480.] 4°. St. Albans Grammar School (a fragment).
[Directorium Sacerdotum, una cum Defensorio ejusdem. Item Tractatus qui dicitur Crede Mihi. Colophon:] Caxton me fieri fecit. [1487?] Folio, 160 leaves, the first blank. Br. Museum (Baynton's copy).
[Directorium Sacerdotum. Second Edition of the Second Version. Colophon:] Impressum est hoc directoriu cu defensorio eiusdem per Wilielmu Caxton apud westmonasteriu prope London/ [Circa 1489.] Folio, 194 leaves. Bodleian. DIRECTORY.
A Directory for the Publique Worship of God, throughout the Three Kingdoms of ToEngland, Scotland, and Ireland. gether with an Ordinance of Parliament for the taking away of the Book of Common-Prayer: And for establishing and observing of this present Directory throughout the kingdom of England, and Dominion of Wales.... London: Printed for Evan Tyler, Alexander Fyfield, . . 1644. 4°. The Directory, A-M in fours: the Ordinance, 4 leaves. DISCOURSE.
A Discovrse against Flatterie. [Quot. from Persius and Seneca.] London Printed by Will. Stansby for Walter Burre . 1611. 8°, A-G 5 in eights. Dedicated to Lord Bruce, Baron of Kinloss. Lambeth.
A Discourse Shewing the Great Advantages that New-Buildings, and the Enlarging of Towns and Cities Do bring to a
Nation. London, Printed Anno Domini, 1678. 4°, A-C in fours, C 4 blank. Politiqve Discourses, treating of the dif ferences and inequalities of Vocations, as well Publique as Priuate: with the scopes or endes wherevnto they are directed. Translated out of French, by Egremont Ratcliffe Esquire. Suas habet Respublica ligaturas. Imprinted at London for Edward Aggas. 1578, 40, black letter, A-U in fours, and a leaf of X. Dedicated to Sir Francis Walsingham.
Twooe discourses to be ioyned in one booke, The one a true relacon of the French kinges good successe against the Duke of Parma, the other of A certen mountaine bvrninge in the Isle of Palme five or Sixe weekes. Licensed to John Wolf, 4 May, 1592.
Discourses on the Publick Revenues, and
A dysputation betwene olde age and
The Dysputation betwene love and
A pretye disputacon betwene a citizen
The Dispvtation Concerning the Contro-
Dedicated to James VI.
Licensed to T. Colwell in 1567.
The Protestant-Dissenters Case: Or, The
In Imitation of Hudibras. The Dissent-
A pleasynte Dyttye: When Splendent
A Dytty Declarynge the mesyrable estate
Licensed to A. Lacy in 1564-5.
A Dittie declaringe by order of fate.
Licensed to Roger Ward, July 8, 1577.
A Dittie exhortinge to put on the armour
A tragicall Dyttie of a yonge married Wyfe who faynd herself sick, &c. Licensed to T. Nelson, 7 Nov. 1586.
A lamentable Dyttie shewinge the crueltie of a farmer. Licensed to T. Nelson, 7 Nov. 1586.
A Dyttie of the Christian mans comfort. A ballad. Licensed to Yarath James, 1 Aug. 1586.
A moste excellent dittye made vppon sundrye strange thinges which haue latelye happened, and on sundrye horrible crymes Licensed to Thomas lately committed.
Nelson, 27 July, 1590.
A pleasant newe dittye Intituled I cannot
A la mode de Paris: Or The Diurnall
Dives and Pavper. Londini in ædibus Tho. Bertheleti regij impress. excus. [Col.] Here endethe a compendiouse treatyse or dialoge of Dives and Pavper, That is to say the ryche and the poore. xvi. day of Octobre. In the yere of our lorde. 1536. Imprynted in Fletestrete by me Thomas Berthelet, prynter vnto the kynges mooste noble grace, dwellynge at the Sygne of the Lucrece. 80, black letter. a, 8 leaves: A–Z in eights a-v 3 in eights.
DIVES AND LAZARUS.
A ballad of the Ryche man and poore Lazarus. Licensed to John Waley and the widow Toy in 1557-8.
Dives and Lazerus. A ballad. Licensed to W. Pickering in 1570.
Forced Divinity, Or Two Sermons Preached by the Compulsion of Two sorts of Sinners, Viz. Drunkards & Theives. The first by Certaine Ale-Bibbers who having heard a Minister teach much against Drinking, Afterwards met with him, And Compelled him to make a Sermon upon one Word. The Second By a Crew of Theives, who after they had Robbed a Minister [Parson Hobart], forc't him to make a Sermon in Prayse of their Profession; and when he had done, Returned his Money, and Six Shillings Eightpence for his Sermon. London, Printed for F. C. And are to be sold in the Old Bayly. [Circa, 1640.] 8°, A in eights, A 8 blank. In prose. B. M.
DOBSON, JOHN, B.D., of Magdalen College, Oxford.
A Sermon Preacht at the Funeral of the Honourable The Lady Mary Farmor, Relict of Sir William Farmor Baronet : Who died at London on the 18th day of July, 1670, and was buried the 5th day of August following at Eston-Neston in Northamptonshire. London, Printed for R. Royston, 1670. 4o, A-F in fours, title on A 2. With an engraving of the hatchment on the title.
A Looking-Glass for the Recorder and Justices of the Peace, and Grand Juries for the Town and County of Cambridge. [1682.] 4°, 6 leaves. With some verses. DOD, JOHN, AND CLEAVER, ROBERT. A Godlie Forme of Hovseholde Government. . . now newly perused, amended,
and augmented, by Iohn Dod and Robert Cleuer. At London, Printed for Thomas Man, and are to be sold by Arthur Iohnson,... 1612. 8°, A—Ãa in eights, Aa 8 blank.
A Godly Forme of Houshold Gouernment. London, Printed by the Assignes of Thomas Man, . . . 1630. 8°, A—Aa in eights.
DODRIDGE, SIR JOHN.
The History of the Ancient and moderne Estate of the Principality of Wales, Dutchy of Cornwall, and Earldome of Chester. Collected out of the Records of the Tower of London, and diuers ancient Authours. By Sir Iohn Dodridge Knight, late one of his Maiesties Iudges in the Kings Bench. And by himselfe Dedicated to King Iames of euer blessed memory. London, Printed by Tho. Harper, for Godfrey Emondson and Thomas Alchorne. M.DC.XXX. 4°. A, 4 leaves: (*), 4 leaves : A-S in fours, S 4 blank.
Judge Doderidge, His Law of Nobility and Peerage. Wherein the Antiqvities, Titles, Degrees, and Distinctions; Concerning the Peeres and Nobility of this Nation are excellently set forth. . . . Lon1658. don, Printed for L. Chapman, 8°. Title and Table, 2 leaves: B-0 3 in eights.
A New Herball, Or Historie of Plants Corrected and amended. Imprinted at London, by Edm. Bollifant. 1595. 4°, black letter. Qqq 2 in eights.
a-c 4 in eights: B
A New Herbal, Or Historie of Plants . . . Corrected and amended. Imprinted at London by Edward Griffin. 1619. Folio. a, 6 leaves: A-3 E 4 in sixes. DOG IN THE WHEEL.
The Dog in the Wheel. A Satyr. With the Character of a Disinterested, Peaceable, and Loyal Statesman, in Opposition to that of a Busy, Turbulent, Sp-hing Peer. London: Printed in the Year, 1705. 4o, A-D, 2 leaves each. In verse. DOLBEN, J., Dean of Westminster, after
wards Archbishop of York.
A Sermon Preached before the King on Tuesday, June 20th, 1665. Being the Day of Solemn Thanksgiving for the late Victory at Sea. London, Printed by A. Maxwell for Timothy Garthwait, 1665. 4°, B-E in fours, and the title.
A Sermon Preached before the King, Aug. 14, 1666. Being the Day of Thanksgiving for the late Victory at Sea. .
London, Printed for Timothy Garthwait, 1666. 4o, A-D in fours. With an engraving of a ship on the title. DONATUS, ÆLIUS, Grammarian. Donatus minor vna cũ remigio ad pusillorum anglicanorum scolarium vsum incipit feliciter. [Col.] Explicit Donat9 cu remigio īpressus London. p me Winandû de Worde cōmorantem in vico (the fletestrete) nücupato sub intersignio solis. 4o, A, 8, B, 4. With the common cut of a schoolmaster and his pupils on the titlepage. B. M.
DONATUS, GUIDO, Astrologist. Anima Astrologiæ: Or, A Guide for Astrologers. Being the Considerations of the Famous Guido Donatus Faithfully rendred into English. As also the Choicest Aphorisms of Cardans Seaven Segments, Translated... By William Lilly, Student in Astrology. London, Printed for B. Harris... 1676. 8°. A, 4 leaves: B-I 4 in eights, I 4 blank: Cardan, A-D in eights, besides the frontispiece and a folded leaf with A Catalogue of Stars.
The preface is dated from Walton-onThames, 2 August, 1675.
DONNE, JOHN, Dean of St. Paul's. Biathanatos. A Declaration of that Paradoxe, or Thesis, that Selfe-homicide is not so Naturally Sinne, that it may never be other wise. Wherein the Nature, and the extent of all those Lawes, which seeme to be violated by this Act, are diligently surveyed. Written by John Donne, who afterwards received Orders from the Church of England, and dyed Deane of Saint Pauls, London. Published by Authoritie. London, Printed by John Dawson. [1644.] 4°. T, 3 leaves: *, 2 leaves : A-Ee 2 in fours.
Poems, By J. D. with Elegies. . . . London Printed by M. F. for John Marriot
1649. 8°. A, 4 leaves, A i blank : B-Cc in eights.
This is probably the same as the edition of 1650 with a different imprint and date. Paradoxes, Problems, Essayes, Characters, Written by Dr. Donne Dean of Pauls: To which is added a Book of Epigrams: Written in Latin by the same Author; translated into English by J: Mayne, D.D. As also Ignatius his Conclave, a Satyr, Translated out of the Originall Copy written in Latin by the same Author; found lately amongst his own Papers.
London, Printed by T. N. for Humphrey Moseley .. 1652. 12o. A, 8 leaves: B-L 2 in twelves: the
Essays, a blank leaf and To the Reader, 2 leaves: B-L 4 in twelves. DORAS.
Doras his Anatomy of Amyntas. Licensed to Richard Jones, 7 May, 1599. DORRELL, WILLIAM.
The Discourse of the life of a servinge man compiled by William Dorrell. Licensed to Ralph Newbery, 20 Feb. 1577-8.
To the Honovrable Hovse of Commons The humble Petition of the Knights, Gentlemen, Ministers, Freeholders, and other Inhabitants of the County of Dorset. Febr. 21. London, Printed 1641. A sheet. DOUGHTY, JOHN.
Analecta Sacra: Sive Excursus Philologici breves Londini, Typis Guil. Godbid,... M.DC. LVIII. 8°. A, 8 leaves: a-b 4 in eights: B-Kk in eights. D'OUVILLY, SIR BALTHAZAR GERBIER.
To the Svpreme Avthority, The Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. The Humble Remonstrance of Sir Balthazar Gerbier Knight. Touching his sundry Proposals, wherein this Commonwealths Interest is concerned: And particularly on the present necessity of laying a Claim unto considerable Summes of money due by the States of Brabant & Flanders unto this Common-wealth. No place, printer's name, or date [London, 1648?] 40, A-B in fours.
Les Effects Pernicieux de Merchants Favoris et Grands Ministres d'Estat es Provinces Belgiques, en Lorraine, Germanie, France, Italie, Espagne, & Angleterre. Et Des-Abuze d'Erreurs Populaires, Sur le Subject de Iaqves & Charles Stvart, Roys de la Grande Bretagne. Par le Chevalier Balthazar Gerbier. A La Haye Chez Adrian Vlac. 1653. ), 8 leaves: A—G 4 in eights.
A Sommary Description, Manifesting that greater Profits are to bee done in the hott then in the could parts of the Coast off America: And how much the public good is concerned therein Referring to the annexed Advertissement, For Men inclined to Plantations. Printed [at Amsterdam] for Sir Balthazar Gerbier Kyt Douvilly. Anno 1660. 4o, black letter. The Summary, A-B 3 in fours: the Advertisement, A in fours. Dedicated to Charles II.
Counsel and Advise to all Builders; For