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ELIZABETH, Queen of England.

Iniunctions Geven by the Quenes Maiestie. Anno Domini M.D.LIX. The fyrst yeare of the raigne of our Soueraigne Lady Quene Elizabeth. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis. [Col.] Imprinted at London in Poules Church yarde by Richard Iugge and Iohn Cawood prynters to the Quenes Maiestie. Cum priuilegio Regiæ [M]aiestatis. 4°. A, 2 leaves: B-C in fours: D, 5 leaves.

The declaracyon of the procedynge of a conference, begon at Westminster the laste of Marche. 1539. concerning certaine articles of religion and the breaking vp of the sayde conference by default and contempt of certayne Byshops, parties of the sayd conference. Imprynted at London by Richard Iugge and Iohn Cawood. . . 8°, black letter, 8 leaves. Lambeth.

A Declaration of the Quenes Maiestie : Elizabeth by the grace of God, Quene of England, . Conteyning the causes which haue constrayned her to arme certaine of her Subiectes, for defence both of her owne estate, and of the moste Christian Kyng Charles the nynth, her good brother, and his subiectes. Septemb. 1562. [Col.] Imprinted at London in Powles Church yarde by Rychard Jugge and John Cawood. 4o, black

letter, 8 leaves, B 4 with the colophon. Protestation Faicte par La Royne d'Angleterre, Par laquelle elle declare les iustes & necessaires occasions qui l'ont meuë de prendre la pretection de la cause de Dieu, la defense du Roy & de son Royaume, contre les autheurs des troubles qui y sont a present. M.D.LXII. 4o, A-B in fours.

The Doynges of the lorde Powynges Awdelay Walloppe and my lorde Gray. A ballad. Licensed to W. Copland in




A godly meditation in myter for the preservation of the quenes maiestie for peace. Licensed to John Kyngston in


The confusion of y° Rebelles with a songe of thankes for the same. A ballad. Licensed to J. Allde in 1569-70.

Rebelles not fearynge God Oughte therfore to fele the Rodde. A ballad. Licensed to John Fairberne

in 1569-70.

The Dysordered Rebelles in the north. A ballad. Licensed to Henry Kyrkham in 1569-70.

The marchyng mates of Rebelles stoute. A ballad. Licensed to J. Allde in 1569


The advertisment to the Rebelles in the north parties. Licensed to Lucas Harrison in 1569-70.

ij shorte speaches agaynste Rebellion. Licensed to John Allde in 1569-70.

The welcom to London agaynste the Rebelles come into Northumberlande, and those yt of his syde hath bene. A ballad. Licensed to W. Griffiths in 156970.

The trust of tru subiectes. A ballad. Licensed to R. Jones in 1570.

The bewalynge of tru subiectes. Licensed to John Awdelay in 1570–1.

A Treatise of Treasons against Q. Elizabeth, and the Croune of England, diuided into two Partes: whereof, The first Parte answereth certaine Treasons pretended, that neuer were intended: And the second, discouereth greater Treasons committed, that are by few perceiued: as more largely appeareth in the Page folowing. Imprinted [at Antwerp] in the Moneth of Ianuarie, and in the Yeare of our Lord. M.D.LXXII. 8°, chiefly black letter. ā-i 7 in eights A-Y 6 in eights: A Table 7 leaves: Gathered, &c., *, 8 leaves, and Certain Important Points, A, 7 leaves. Lambeth.

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The first portion is a vindication of Mary Queen of Scots and the Duke of Norfolk, the second, an exposure of the treasonable designs of "a few base and ingrate persons," against Q. Elizabeth. The initials G. T. are to A Table Gathered, &c., and also to A Copie of a Letter addressed from Antwerp the xxvi. of Iune to Mr. Hatton.

By the Quene. [A Proclamation against Popish traitors.] Geuen at our Manour of Greenewiche, the .xi. day of June 1573. The fyfteenth yere of our raigne. God saue the Quene. Imprinted at London


in Powles Church-yarde, by Richarde Jugge... A broadside. Grenv. Coll.

A Discourse of the happines of this our age. Licensed to Toby Cooke, 11 Sept. 1578.

ij Litle Anthemes or thinges in meeter of hir maiestie. Licensed to Christ. Barker, 15 Nov. 1578.

A songe for yche subiect that in England beares breath,

To praise God and saie God save Quene

Licensed to R. Jones, 15 Nov. 1578.
Quake, quake, yt is tyme to quake,
When towers and townes and all Doo

A ballad. [Per Elderton.] Licensed to
R. Jones, 25 April, 1580.

This is given to Elderton in the margin of the Register.

The moste Traiterous protestacon of Henrie Everit alias Everit Duckette. Licensed to R. Jones, 31 July, 1581.

A ballad intituled the Entertainemente of the Frenchemen. Licensed to Roger Ward, 1 October, 1581.

Clintons lamentacy on. A ballad. Licensed to T. Purfoot and T. Nelson, 19 Aug. 1583.

By the Quene. A Proclamation against certaine seditious and scismatical Bookes and Libelles &c. . . . Giuen at her Maiesties Mannor of Greenewich the last day of June, in the fiue and twentieth yeere of her highnesse Reigne. God saue the Quene. Imprinted at London by Christopher Barker. [1583.] A broadside.

Grenv. Coll.

[The Queenes Maiesties entertainment at Woodstocke] At the end occurs: Imprinted at London, for Thomas Cadman. 1585. 4°, mixed letter, A-G in fours, G 4 blank.

A Declaration of the Cavses mooving the Queene of England to giue aide to the Defence of the People afflicted and oppressed in the lowe Countries. Imprinted at London by Christopher Barker. [1585.] 4o, roman letter, A-D in fours, first and last leaves blank.

Mr. Pyne says that this was printed two or three times in English. It was also translated into French, Latin, and Italian. The Copie of a Letter to the Right Honourable the Earle of Leicester, Lieutenant generall of all her Maiesties forces in the vnited Prouinces of the lowe Countreys, written before, but deliuered, at his return from thence: With a report of certeine

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petitions and declarations made to the Queenes Maiestie at two severall times, from all the Lords and Commons lately assembled in Parliament. And her Maiesties answeres thereunto by her selfe deliuered, though not expressed by the reporter with such grace and life, as the same were vttered by her Maiestie. Imprinted at London by Christopher Barker

1586. 4o, A-E in fours, E 4 blank, and A with the Royal Arms. Orders deuised by the speciall commandement of the Quenes Maiestie, . . . Sent from the Court at Greenewich abroad into the Realme, . . . Imprinted at London by Christopher Barker, 1586. 4o, black letter, A-C in fours, C 4 blank. A ballad in praise of the quenes shippes. Licensed to E. White, 1 Aug. 1586. The quenes passage into the parlament. 23 novembris. A ballad. Licensed to E. White, 1 Aug. 1586.

This refers to an incident of 27 Eliz. [1584.]

A ballad in praise of the quenes shippes, begynnynge o ye Eliz Jonas. Licensed to E. Allde, 8 Aug. 1586.

The Victory of the Prymrose against the Spanyardes and thescape of the Violet. A ballad. Licensed to H. Carre, 15 Aug. 1586.

The confession of 9. Rovers. Clinton and Purser beinge chief. A ballad. Licensed to H. Carre, 15 Aug. 1586.

A praier for the quenes maiestie and the state. Licensed to R. Jones, 22 Aug. 1586. A proper newe ballad which settes in our viewe

The manifold daungers yt are like t'ensue. Licensed to E. Allde, 6 Dec. 1586.


An exhortation to true love loialty and vnfained fidelytie to her maiestie. censed to T. Dawson, 10 Dec. 1586. The Briefes of all letters Patentes to be granted vnder the greate seale of England for gatheringe by reason of Casualtyes and losses. happenynge as well by sea as by Land. Licensed to Thomas Purfoot, 28 Jan. 1586–7.

A ballat of the thankfull hartes of the poore Commons to our gracious quene, &c. Licensed to T. Purfoot, 6 Feb. 1586–7. A ballat of the peoples Reioycinge for the late orders appointed by her maiestie for their Relief. Licensed to R. Jones, 6 Feb. 1586-7.

A prayer and thancksgyvynge vnto God for the prosperous estate and longe Con


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The oration of Neptune to Jupiter in the prayse of Queen Elizabeth, &c. Licensed to John Wolf, 10 Dec. 1587. Warachtighe Relatie /... Tot Dellf... Anno 1588. 4o, A—Ċ 2 in fours. Grenv. Coll.

"This is a German translation of the Spanish account of their Armada.

The Recantations as they were seuerallie pronounced by Wylliam Tedder and Anthony Tyrrell: (sometime two Seminarie Priests of the English Colledge at Rome, and nowe by the great mercie of almightie God conuerted, vnto the profession of the Gospell of Iesus Christ) at Paules Crosse, the day and yeere to be mentioned in their seuerall Tytles of theyr Recantations. With an Epistle dedicatorie vnto her Maiestie, and their seuerall Præfaces vnto the Reader, contayning the causes that mooued them to the same. At London, Printed by Iohn Charlewood and William Brome, and are to be sold by Thomas Gubbin, dwelling in Pater-noster Rowe, at the signe of the Gryffin. Anno. Dom. M.D.LXXXVIII. 4°, A-F in fours, besides a general title as above, with a portrait of Q. Elizabeth on the back.

Trivmphalia De Victoriis Elisabethae Anglorvm, Francorvm, Hybernorvmqve Reginæ Avgvstissimae, Contra Classem Instrvctissimam Philippi Hispaniarvm Regis... Anno Christi Nati 1588. Ivlio et Avgvsto Mensibvs. 4o, A—H in fours. In verse.

A godlie prayer, for the preservation of the quenes maiestie, and for her Armyes both by Sea and lande againste the Enymies of the churche and this Realme of Englande. Entered conditionally to Thomas Woodcock, 31 July, 1588.

An excellent songe of the breaking vp of the campe. Licensed to John Wolf, 23 Aug. 1588.

A Ballad of thankes gyvinge vnto God for his mercy toward hir maiestie begynnynge Reioyce England. Licensed to H. Kyrkham, 7 Oct. 1588.

A ballad of the most happie Victory obtained ouer the Spaniardes and yeir ouer



throw in July last 1588. Licensed to H. Carre and T. Orwin, 3 Nov. 1588. A Joyfull ballad of the Roiall entrance of Quene Elizabeth into her cyty of London the [24] Day of november 1588 and of the solemnity vsed by her maiestie to the glory of God for the wonderful ouerthrowe of the Spaniardes. Licensed to John Wolf by anticipation, 14 Nov. 1588, but no sum named."

Au excellent dyttie of the Quenes comminge to Paules Crosse the 24th Daie of November 1588. Licensed to Thomas Nelson, 26 Nov. 1588.

The ioyfull Tryumphes performed by dyuerse Christian princes beyond the Seas for the happines of England and the ouerthrowe of the Spanishe Navye, shewinge also the Justinge at Westminster on the Coronacon Daie in the xxxjth yere of her maiesties reigne. A ballad. Licensed to John Wolf, 27 Nov. 1588.

A ballad wherein is Declared the greate goodnes of God in preservinge our gratious sovereigne ladie from soe manye conspiracies, &c. Licensed to H. Carre, 20 Jan. 1588-9, but no sum namad. A ballad of her maiesties Ridinge to her highe Court of parlamente. Licensed to William Blackwall, 3 Feb. 1588–9. A songe to be printed in Duch, French or English of thouerthrowe of the Spanysh navies. Licensed to John Wolf, 4 March,


A Skeltonicall Salvtation,
Or Condigne Gratvlation,
And Ivst Vexation
Of the Spanishe Nation,
That in a Bravado,
Spent many a Crvsado,
In setting forth an Armado
England to Invado.

Printed at Oxford By Joseph Barnes, and are to bee sold in Paules Churchyeard, at the signe of the Tygres head. 1589. 4°, A-B 2 in fours. Lambeth.

Declaratio Cavsarvm, Qvibvs Serenissimæ maiestatis Angliæ Classiarij adducti, in expeditione suâ Lusitanensi, quasdam naues frumento, alióque apparatu bellico ad vsus Hispaniarum Regis, . . Londini Excudebant Deputati Christopheri Barkeri . . . 1589. 4o, A-C 2 in fours. An Answer to the Vntrvthes, Pvblished and Printed in Spaine, in Glorie of their svpposed Victorie atchieued against the English Navie, and the Right Honorable Charles Lord Howard, Lord high Admiral of England, &c. Sir Francis Drake, and the


rest of the Nobles and Gentlemen, Captaines and Soldiers of our said Navie. First written and published in Spanish by a Spanish Gentleman; who came hither out of the Lowe Countries from the seruice of the Prince of Parma, with his wife and familie, since the overthrow of the Spanish Armada, forsaking both his countrie and Romish religion, as by this Treatise (against the barbarous impietie of the Spaniards, and dedicated to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie) may appeare. Faithfully translated by I[ames] L[ea.] London, Printed by Iohn Iackson, for Thomas Cadman. 1589.

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Dedicated to Lord Howard of Effingham. On the back of the title occur two copies of verse: "England to her Queene," S. D., and "England to hir Admirall," I. Lea. Following the dedication to Howard is a second to Queen Elizabeth by the author, and this is succeeded by "The Author to hir Majestie," subscribed S. D., and "The translator," subscribed I. L. The former may be the initials of Daniel.

This is a very curious volume, and is partly in verse. At p. 31 occurs “An answer to the songs of Christovall Bravo, of Cordova, blinde of bodie and soule, in praise of the victorie which the Spanish Armada had. With the answers are given translations of the songs. At p. 49 we have, "A song in the praise of the English Nobilitie," followed by another by the translator "to the same effect."

A Treatise Wherein is manifestlie proved, that Reformation and those that sincerely fauor the same, are vniustly charged to be enemies, vnto hir Maiestie, and the state. Written both for the clearing of those that stande in that cause: and the stopping of the sclaunderous mouthes of all the enemies thereof. [Quot. from Zephaniah, 3, 18. 19.] 1590. 4°, roman letter, A-I in fours, besides T, 2 leaves.

A ballad made vppon the late fighte at the Sea betwene 2 ships of Dunkerke, and a small ship of 80 Tonne apperteyninge to the Erle of Cumberland, the 26 of July 1590./ Licensed to W. Wright, 5 Aug. 1590.

A rare and due Comendacon of the singuler vertues and governement of the quenes most excellent maiestie with the happie and blessed estate of Englande and howe God hathe blessed her highnes from tyme to tyme. Licensed to W. Wright, 5 Jan. 1590-1.

A ballad shewinge the treasons of George Bysley alias Parsey and Mountford Semynarie prestes whoe suffered in Flete

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streete the Firste of Julye 1591. Licensed to Abel Jeffes, 19 July, 1591.

A letter sent from a gentleman of accoumpte concerninge the true estate of the Englishe forces nowe in Fraunce vnder the conduct of the right honorable the Erle of Essex, &c. Licensed to Johu Wolfe, 6 Sept. 1591.

A ioyfull newe ballad of our quenes goinge to the parliament shewing her most happie and prosperous reigne and the great care she hath for the government of her people made this yere 1593. Licensed to Abel Jeffes, 18 March, 1592-3.

The chief occurrences of bothe the armyes from the viijth of aprill to the xvijth of the same monethe. Licensed to John Wolf, 21 April, 1592.

The honnour of the tilthe. xvijo Novembris. 1593. A ballad. Licensed to John Danter, 21 Nov. 1593.

The renewing of certaine Orders deuised by the speciall commandement of the Quenes Maiestie, for the reliefe and stay of the present dearth of Graine within the Realme in the yeere of our Lord 1586. Now to bee againe executed this present yere 1594. Vpon like occasions as were seene the former yere. With an addition of some other particular orders for Reformation of the great abuses in Ale-houses and such like. Imprinted at London by the Deputies of Christopher Barker, . . 1594. ́ 4o, A-C in fours. Black letter.

A ballad of the triumphes at the tilte and thanksgyvinge the xvjjth of November 1594 for her maiesties xxxvij yeares Reigne. Licensed to E. White, 15 Nov.


A New Charge giuen by the Queenes commandement, to all Iustices of Peace, and all Maiors, Shiriffes, and all principall Officers of Cities, Borroughs, and Townes Corporate, for execution of sundry orders published the last yeere for staie of dearth of Graine. With certaine additions nowe this present yeere to be well obserued and executed. Imprinted at London by the Deputies of Christopher Barker, .. 1595. 4°, black letter, A-C in fours.

Discovrs veritable de Diverses Conspirations nagueres descouuertes contre la propre vie de la tres-excellente Majeste de la Royne: par assassinemens autant barbares, comme la conseruation a esté miraculeuse de la main du Tout-puissant, opposée aux desseings pernicieux de ses

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A most ioyfull newe ballad shewinge the happines of England for her maiesties blessed reigne and the subiectes ioy for the same. Licensed to E. White, 15 Nov. 1594.

Certaine Prayers set foorth by Authoritie, to be vsed for the prosperous successe of her Maiesties Forces and Nauy. Imprinted at London by the Deputies of Christopher Barker,... 1597. 4o, A-C in fours, first and last leaves blank. Lambeth.

Cavsarvm Explicatio Qvibus hoc Anno 1597.... Londini ... 1597. 4o, 4 leaves, Speciall Orders and directions set foorth By the Queenes maiesties commandement, to all Iustices of Peace, and all Maiors, . . . for stay and redresse of dearth of Graine. Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, Anno 1600. 4o, A-B in fours. Lambeth. The Last Speech and Thanks of Queen Elizabeth of ever Blessed memory, To her last Parliament, after her Delivery from the Popish Plots, &c. London, Printed, 1679. Folio.


Queen Elizabeth's Opinion concerning Transubstantiation, Or the Real Presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, with some Prayers and Thanksgivings composed by Her in Imminent Dangers. London: Printed for F. E. [1688.] A large sheet, surmounted by a portrait of the Queen.

ELIZABETH, Queen of Bohemia.

Triumphes or a description of the ho, and roiall celebracon of the pryncesse Elizabeth and prince Palatines nuptialles, with the true maner of the fyreworkes, seafightes, &c. Licensed to Henry Gosson, 30 January, 1612-13.

A ballad on the subject was licensed the same day to Gosson.



The Honour of Englishmen/ Shewing the gloriouse tryumphes performed by the cheife of the English Nobility at Tilt before the King and Queens Maiesties, the Paulsgraue and the Ladie Elizabeth at White Hall vppon the 24th of March 1612. Licensed to Ralph Blower, 25 March,


Englandes Joye or the happie nuptialles of prynce Friderick and the Lady Elizabeth. Licensed to Edward White, 20 February, 1612–13.

Englandes comfort or A ioyfull newe songe of the Ladye Elizabeth and the Count Palatine, which 2. Princes were betrothed together in his maiesties Chappell at Whitehall vppon Saint Johns Day Last before his maiestie and diuerse of the Nobilitie. Licensed to George Eld, 14 January, 1612–13.

A farewell to prynce palatine and his fayre bryde the lady Elizabeth being their passages through Kent, their Arrivalles in the Lowe-Countreyes, with their entertaynement there, and their Royall retourne home into his owne Court. Licensed to John Wright, 16 April, 1613. A ballad called, The Roiall pedygree of the Lady Elizabeth. Licensed to the widow White, 28 April, 1613.

The journall of the Journey of the Countie Palatine and the lady Elizabeth from England to Hedelberghe in Germany, and their entertaynement by the Way. Licensed to Nathaniel Butter, 30 June, 1613.

The portrature of the most gratious and right Vertuous Ladie Elizabeth princesse of great Britton, &c. By F. Delaram. Licensed to Henry Holland, 6 December,


An Elegy Upon the Decease of the most Incomparable Pious Lady, the Princesse Elizabeth, who Dyed in Carisbrook Castle in the Isle of Wight, Septemb. 8. 1650 [Feb. 24th.] 40°, 4 leaves. Br. Museum. ELLIOT, ADAM, M.A., a Priest of the Church of England.

A Modest Vindication of Titus Oates the Salamanca-Doctor from Perjury: Or an Essay to Demonstrate him only Forsworn in several instances. . . . London, Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by Joseph Hindmarsh, . . . 1682. Folio, A-O in twos.


The Lieutenant of the Tower his Speech and Repentance, at the time of his Death,

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