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PRINTED IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND,
AND OF BOOKS IN ENGLISH PRINTED ABROAD,
TO THE YEAR 1640.
PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES.
CATALOGUE OF ENGLISH PRINTED BOOKS
TO THE YEAR 1640.
F., A. See VIRGILIUS MARO (P.) F., G., a Defender of Christian [Two or more Works.] The Buco- Valour. Duell-ease. A worde liks of P. Virgilius Maro...with with Valiant Spiritts shewing the his Georgiks ... translated into abuse of Duells, that Valour reEnglish verse by A. F[raunce ? fuseth Challenges and Private or Fleming?]. 1589. 4to. Combates. Sett foorth by G. F.
1077. e. 53. a defendour of Christian Valoure.
Ann Griffin, London, 1635. 4to. F., B. J. The Bloody Brother.
8425. d. A Tragedy (in five acts and in
Titlepage engraved. verse). By B. J. F. [i.e. F. Beaumont & J. Fletcher]. R. Bishop,
F., G. B. A. A discovery of for T. Allott and J. Crook, London,
the great subtiltie and wonderful 1639. 4to.
644. e. 1.
wisedome of the Italians, whereby
they beare sway over the most An edition of the date of 1640 appeared under the title: “The
part of Christendome, and cuntragedy of Rollo, Duke of Normandy. ninglie behave themselves to fetch By J. Fletcher.”
the quintessence out of the peoples – Another copy. 161. i. 47.
parses, etc. [Signed, G. B. A. F.]
41. B. L. FEW MS. NOTES. I. Wolfe, F., E. Impossibilities. Or, London, 1591. 4to. 1057. c. 25. (3.) A matter of nothing, yet some- Titlepage mutilated and remounted. thing youle finde
F., H. See PELEGROMIUS (S.) I know in the reading, will plea- Synonymorum Sylva... è Belgasure your minde,
rum Sermone in Anglicanum etc. [ABallad, by E. F. i.e.
transfusa... per H. F. et ab eodem Edward Ford ?] B. L. 2 pts....aucta. 1609. 8vo. 623. c. 6. Printed for E. Wright, London, (1630?] Broadside fol. Rox. I. 164. -- 1632. 8vo. 623. c. 7. F., E. S. A disputation of the
F., I. See ENGLAND, Church Church; wherein the old Religion
Reformatio Legum Eccleis maintained, by E. S. F. 2 pts.
tosiasticarum, eto. [Edited, with a By the widdow of M. Wyon, Doway, pe
* preface, by I. F.; i.e. J. Fox.] 1640. 8vo.
517. b. 1. Each pt. has a separate pagination. - - 1640. 4to. 1383. C. 4. VOL. II.
F., J. See HAMILTON (P.) Abbot Translated... by P. F. Gent., etc. of Fearn. Dyvers frutful gather- 1592. 4to.
C. 27. b. īges of scrypture concernyng fayth and workes. Translated from the
--- 1608. 4to. G. 1029. Latin by J. F[rith). [1532?] 8vo.
F., R. See Salo (A. DE) An 698. a. 12.
admirable method ... Englished by F., I. Christes Bloodie Sweat. R. F. 1639. 12mo. 4402. b. or the Sonne of God in his Agonie.
6. F., R., Doctor in Divinitie. A [A poem.] By I. F. R. Blower, London, 1613. 4to. 11623. bb. 14.
sermon [on Heb. vi. 16] preached
...at an anniversarie Solemnitie F., J. The Covenant betweene
and assemblie of the Companie of
Grocers of London ... By R. F. God and Man. Playnely declared in laying open the chiefest points
Doctor in Divinitie [ie. Roger of Christian Religion, etc. [By
Fenton). Printed for W. Aspley, J. F.] B. L. Copious MS. NOTES.
y London, 1616. 12mo. W. Stansby for R. Meighen, London,
4474. a. 41. (2.) 1616. 8vo.
875. a. 9. F., R., Gent. See DEDEKIND (F.)
The Schoole of Slovenrie... TransF., I. A sermon [on John xi. lated out of Latine into English 25] preached at Ashby De-La
verse... by R. F., Gent. 1605. 4to. Zouch... at the funerall of... Eliza
78. c. 40. beth Stanley ... wife to Henrie Earle of Huntingdon the Fifth F., T. See Holdt, Town of. Earle of that Familie... The 9. Miraculous Newes from the Cittie of February ... 1633. By I. F. of Holdt ... faithfully translated [With an epitaph on the Countess, [by T. F.], etc. 1616. 4to. subscribed Falkland.] MS. NOTE.
1103. d. 53. Printed by W. I. and T. P.... Sold by M. Simmons, London, 1635. 4to. A
F., T. See TORSELLINO (O.) 1415. k. 12.
The Admirable Life of S. Francis
Xavier... Written in Latin by Fa. - Another copy. 1419. b. 19. H. Tursellinus... And translated
into English by T. F[itz-Her- Another copy. 113. f. 13. bert?). 1632. 4to. G. 1340. Imperfect; wanting the titlepage.
son F., T. A Defence of the CathoF., N. See M., P., and F., N. lyke Cause... Written by T. F. The Fatall Dowry: a tragedy, [i.e. Thomas Fitz-Herbert]. With etc. 1632. 4to. 644. e. 85. an Apology, or Defence, of his
innocency in a fayned conspiracy F., N. The Husbandmans against her Majesties person, for fruitfull Orchard. Shewing divers the which one Edward Squyre ... secrets for the true ordering was wrongfully condemned and of all sortes of fruite in their due executed in November... 1598, etc. seasons, etc. [By N. F.] B. L. [St. Omer,] 1602. 4to. Imprinted for R. Jackson, London,
1019. g. 5. (3.) 1609. 4to.
966. b. 37.
Imperfect; wanting the “ Apology." F.,P., Gent. See Faust (J.) Dr. F., T. The Copie of a Letter The Historie of the damnable ([signed] T.F.) sent from sea by a life...of Doctor John Faustus... Gentleman, who was employed in discoverie on the Coast of Spaine Game,... augmented by W. F. by appointment of the Generals 1563. 8vo.
56. a. 2. of our English Fleete. [Relating
F., W. See MARY MAGDALEN, to some captures after the return a of the shattered remains of the
Saint. Mary Magdalens LamenArmada, of the state and arrival
tations for the losse of her Maister of which in Lisbon it gives like
Jesus. [With lines prefixed, adwise a short account.]° R. Field, dressed “Ad autorem” and subLondon, 1589. 4to. Č. 33. b. 11. SCT
scribed W. F.] 1604. 4to.
1076. i. 4. Four leaves, without pagination.
F., W. The Enemy of IdleF., T. Joseph's party-coloured nessé. Teaching a perfect platCoat, containing a comment on forme how to indite Epistles & Part of the II. Chapter of the I. Letters of all sortes : aswell by Epistle of S. Paul to the Corin- Answer as otherwise ... Newly thians. Together with severall published and angmented by sermons... By T[homas] F[uller]. William] Fulwood). Edw: AllJ. Dawson, for J. Williams, London, de, for John Tap, London, 1621. 8vo. 1640. 4to. 1024. a. 30.
G. 16403. F., T., Student. Newes from
Partly printed in Black Letter. the North. Otherwise called the FABRI (JOANNES) Bishop of Conference between Simon Cer- Vienna. Oratio de origine, potentain and Pierce Plowman. Faith- tia, ac tyrannide Thurcorum, ad fully collected and gathered by ... Henricum Angliæ & Franciæ T. F. Student. B. L. E. Allde, Regem. &c. ejus nominis Octavum. London, 1585. 4to. C. 40. d. Dicta Londini a D. J.F. [London?] Without pagination.
Without pagination. Sig. A-C. - Another copy. G. 2356.
FABRICIUS (GEORGIUS) F., W. See BayNES (P.) The Chemnicensis. See SMETIUS (II.) trial of a Christians estaté...in a Prosodia... Editio Decimaquarta, sermon preached... by...P. Bayne etc. (Methodus dignoscendarum and afterward sent in writing... syllabarum ex G. Fabricii... de re to sand edited by] his friend W.F. poetica lib. 1.) 1635. 8vo. 1618. 4to. 4474. c. 31.
623. d. 10. F.. W. See BIBLE. OLD TES- — Observationes Virgilianae TAMENT.-Joshua. A Commentarie lectionis. See VIRGILIUS MARO (P.) of M. I. Calvine upon the Booke [Works.] Opera, etc. 1580. 16mo. of Iosue... translated ... into Eng
11355. a. lishe by W. F. 1578. 4to.
FABRICIUS (JOANNES) Mon
219. e. 9. tanus. An Oration of Ihon Fabri. F., W. See CHYTRÆUS (D.) A
tius Montanus wherby he teacheth Soveraigne Salve for a Sick Soule.
that Christian men cannot resorte ... Englished by W.F. 1590. 8vo.
to the Councel of Trent, without committing an haynous offence.
Englyshed by L. A. B. L. F., W. See LEVER (R.) The H. Toye, London, 1562. 8vo. most noble, auncient, and learned
3932. b. playe, called The Philosophers Without pagination. Register A-D.