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"Emigrants' Library Association.", (electronic resource)
"Empire" into "Commonwealth", by C.A.W. Manning, professor emeritus of international relations, University of London
"Free grazing." : A report to the shareholders of the Powder River Cattle Co., Limited, by Moreton Frewen
"O that they were wise, that they understood this, that they would consider their latter end!" Deut xxxii. 29, (electronic resource)
"Paris" symphonies, Haydn, (electronic resource)
"The taming of a shrew:" London, 1594. : From the unique original in the collection of his Grace the Duke of Devonshire
"Thou shalt not steal." The school for ingratitude : a comedy, in five acts: so like, in many points - in one, so unlike! "Cheap living." N.B. with an explanatory-comparative, and coincidental preface, (electronic resource)
(1) Printed, 1742. A letter &c. : I Received in due Time, the Letter or Paper, written by your Friend in March last, with another short Paper, in the same Hand, that accompanied it; I have perused both with Attention and Satisfaction, and can easily remark in them, a Fund of Experience, good Sense and Affection for Our Country and My Family, (electronic resource)
...set by Mr. Ackroyd sung by Mr. Leveridge and exactly engraved by Tho. Cross
1. We conceive such an order, as is propos'd in the question, to be absolutely necessary, because we are fully convinc'd that the Duke of Ormond does lie under some order of restraint from acting offensively, ..., (electronic resource)
1602. 1603. A true report of al the burials and christnings within the citie of London and the liberties thereof, from the 23. of December, 1602. to the 22. of December, 1603. : Whereunto is added the number of euery seuerall parish, from the 14. of Iuly, to the 22. of December, aswell within the city of London, and the liberties thereof, as in other parishes in the skirtes of the citty, and out of the freedome adioyning to the cittie, according to the report, made to the Kinges most excellent Maiestie, by the Parrish Clearkes of the same cittie, (electronic resource)
1763. January hath XXXI days, (electronic resource)
25. Novemb. 1646. Lieutenant Colonell John Booker being sent out of the province of Munster by the Right Honourable Lord of Inchiquine Lord President, : and the councell of warre there, having delivered letters from his Lordship to the honourable the Speaker of the House of Commons, to the right honourable the Committee of Lords and Commons for the Irish affaires, and also to the right honourable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Councell of the city of London, earnestly desiring to promote the good of the province and kingdome, so that his endeavours here might not be fruitlesse, nor the expectations of the army there frustrate, in this their great necessity, doth humbly present the state and condition of the army in that province, (electronic resource)
75 years : a short history of the Post Office Engineering Union, (electronic resource)
A (second) dialogue betwixt Jack and Will, about a standing army, (electronic resource)
A Bach Christmas, JS Bach
A Bill being now brought before the House of Lords from the House of Commons, to extend the canals in which the Trent and Mersey, or Grand Trunk Company are interested, it is become necessary to trouble the members of that Right Honourable House with some information concerning it; ..., (electronic resource)
A Brief abstract of the great oppresions and injuries which the late managers of the East-India-Company have acted on the lives, liberties and estates of their fellow-subjects : with a short account of their unjust dealings with the natives in sundry parts of India, which has so much expos'd the honour and interest of the nation, and hazarded the loss of that advantageous trade, humbly presented to the consideration of the honourable, the knights, citizens and burgesses, in Parliament assembled, (electronic resource)
A Brief defence of the several declarations of King Ja... the First, and King Ch..... the First, : Concerning lawful recreations on Sundays, commonly call'd The book of sports, against the cavils and clamours of Puritans and phanaticks. With a true and original copy of the said declaration, (electronic resource)
A Brief narrative of the life, of the celebrated Miss Catley, containing the adventures of that lady in her public character of a singer, and private one of a courtezan, in England, Ireland, &c. : The birth and education of our heroine-her childish amusements.-Is bound apprentice to an organist. Commences public singer.-Taken into keeping by Sir. F.B.D. her adventures with Mr. Fernades;-Mr. S-t a silk merchant, on Ludgate-Hill;-Colonel L*ss**s,-Earl H. capt. D-n- a councellor at law.-Mr. P-, Lord B-t.-Mr. D-b-my.-Mr. C-n.-Mr. Th-l-w. The S-l-ter general. The celebrated gambler, known by the name of Duck. Mr. B-ll-r, brother to the L-d, C-l--lor, Earl of D-. A wine merchant near Seething Lane. Sir William S-- and several more of the nobility and gentry of distinction. With a journey to Epsom; and adventures there.-A matrimonial expedition.-An Oxford scholar.-A disappointment, and return to London.-A whimsical story about roasting and basting,-a journey to London, with some adventures in consequece. A ramble to Ireland.-Engagement at Crow-street. The theatre.-Cleanly lover.-Some theatrical performances. Return to England.-The benefit.-The loss.-The silk mercer's clerk.-The bagnio waiter.-The bawdy house, and method of training young ladies to business. The lovers quarrel. The handsome footman.-Jealousy.-Journey to Kensington.-Several billet deux, &c. Also some of the most remarkable occurrencies in the High Court of Gallantry, on the stage, in the Public Gardens, and in the polite world, or court-end of the town. With many curious anecdotes. Never before published, (electronic resource)
A Brief remonstrance touching the pre-emption of tyn, and the coynages thereof., (electronic resource)
A Brief state of the controversy between the colonies of New-York and New-Jersey, respecting their boundary-line, (electronic resource)
A Briefe catechisme, conteining the most principall groundes of religion, (electronic resource)
A Candid reply to the full and true answer to the reasons against passing the bill for rebuilding Maismore Bridge, and other purposes therein mentioned. ..., (electronic resource)
A Catalogue of a large and valuable collection of books, consisting of several thousand volumes lately purchased; the whole forming a general affortment of the best authors, in every branch of literature : Amongst which are Ashmole's Garter L.P. Turkey Dugdale's Baronage, 2 vol. Turkey Dugdale's Warwickshire 2 vol. Froysait's chronicle Harris's Kent Hutchin's Dorsetshire, 2 vol. Morton's Northamptonshire Rymer's Fœdra, 20 vol. Viner's abridgment, 23 vol. Wren's Parentalia Universly history, 25 vol. Harris's voyages Pocock's travel's, 3 vol L.P. morocco Anderson on commerce, 2 vol. Miller's plants, 2 vol. coloured Hill's herbal, coloured Harris's Aurelian, coloured Edward's Birds, 7vol. coloured Wilkes's moths. coloured Drury's insects, 2 vol. coloured Spence's polymeits, best edit. Biograghia Britannica, 7 vol. Dictionaries, by Ainsworth, Bayle, Chambers, Johnson, James, Postlethwayte, Moreri, &c. Aristotelis a duval, chart max. Aristophanis Kutheri Cæsaris per Clarke, Russico Dionis Caffius, 2tom. Diodorus Siculus, 2 tom. Euripidis barnesio Homeri opera eustathii Romæ Herodotus Weslingi Josephus Havercampi, 2 tom. Ptolomæi Geographia Bertii polybius Casauboni Poetæ Græci Heroicæ principes, 2 tom. Platonis Serrani, 3 tom. Strabonis, Casauboni, 2 tom. cha. max. Xenophontis Leunclavii, edit. opt. Besleri Hortus eystetensis seldent Opera, 6 tom. Thuani historia, 7 tom. Scheuchzeri physica Sacra, 4 tom. Oderi flora danica, 2 tom. Biblia Hebrea Kennicotti Erasmi opera clerici, 10 tom. Basilii opera a garnier, 3 tom. Fables dela fontaine, 4 tom, grand pap strange;s prints Houbraken's heads, L.P. Rusia pennant British Zoology, coloured Ruins of balbec, palmyra, athens, Greece, &c. Luxembourg Gallery, sune impress. Rogers's prints, 2 vol Authores Classici in a sum delpbirni 61 tom. paris. Which will begin to be sold his day, 1780, By Robert faulder, bookseller, No. 24, new bond street, the corner of maddon street, who give the full value for libraries, and parcels of books. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale; of Mr. Blomire in the strand; Mr. White, fleet street; Mr. Cater, Holborne; Mr. Law, ave mary-lane; Mr. Sewels cornhill; the booksellers at Oxford and cambridge; and all the principlal towns in England, (electronic resource)
A Catalogue of choice books (chiefly civil law) : will be exposed to sale by way of auction, at Mr. Lyons Coffee-House near Doctors Commons on Thursday the 25th of February 1685, beginning exactly at nine of the clock in the morning : the books are to be seen at the place above-mentioned any time before the sale begins, where catalogues will be given gratis to all gentlemen at the said coffee-house, (electronic resource)
A Catalogue of the library of the late learned Dr. Francis Bernard, fellow of the College of Physicians ... : being a large collection of the best theological, historical, philological, medicinal and mathematical authors ... : which will be sold at auction ... on Tuesday, Octob. 4, 1698, (electronic resource)
A Choice compendium, or, An Exact collection of the newest and most delightful songs that are sung at court, and both the theatres, collected by J.H, (electronic resource)
A Christian admonition or friendly exhortation, sent to William Lawd, lace [i.e. late] Arch-bishop of Canterbury, now prisoner in the Tower ..., by T.B, (electronic resource)
A Christian appeal from the Society of Friends : to their fellow-countrymen, on the present war, (electronic resource)
A Christian conference betvveene Christ and a sinner, : wherein is shewed the love of Christ towards mankinde, and the pains which he suffered upon the crosse for our sinnes together with the wickedness of our corrupt natures toward him for the same : To the tune of Goe to bed sweet heart, (electronic resource)
A Christian directory : guiding men to eternal salvation, commonly called the resolution : consisting of two parts, whereof the former layeth down the motives to resolution and the other removeth the impediments ..., written by Robert Parsons, (electronic resource)
A Christian directory : guiding men to eternall salvation commonly called the resolution : consisting of two parts, whereof the former layeth down the motives to resolution, and the other removeth the impediments : both of them having been reviewed, corrected and augmented, by the author, himself, a little before his death, for the greater commodity and utility of the reader, written by the R. Father Robert Persons ., (electronic resource)
A Christmas-box, for the republicans. A new song, (electronic resource)
A Collection of letters, concerning the separatin of the Church of England into two communions, &c, (electronic resource)
A Comical and diverting courtship, which lately happened between and old woman of fourseore and fifteen, and a youth about nineteen. : With whom she was married, (electronic resource)
A Complete collection of books and pamphlets begun in the year 1640. by the special command of King Charles I. of blessed memory, : and continued to the happy restauration of the government, and the coronation of King Charles II, (electronic resource)
A Complete key to the four parts of law is a bottomless-pit, and the story of the St. Alban's Ghost, (electronic resource)
A Concise account of the present state of the missions of the United Brethren. (Commonly called Moravians.) In 1796, (electronic resource)
A Conference between the two great monarchs of France and Spaine concerning these our present proceedingss in England : wherein is discoursed of the being of our runawayes under their dominions, with a consideration of their dangers past in the wars betwixt England and them, (electronic resource)
A Confession of faith, put forth by the elders and brethren of many congregations of Christians (baptized upon profession of their faith) in London and the country, (electronic resource)
A Continuation of the humorous effects of cross-reading the news-papers, (electronic resource)
A Continuation of the true diurnall of all the passages in Parliament, (electronic resource)
A Coole conference between the cleared Reformation and the Apologeticall narration, brought together by a well-willer to both, (electronic resource)
A Copy of a letter, with its answer, concerning a contest at VVorcester between a minister and a Quaker., (electronic resource)
A Cruel, barbarous, shocking, and inhuman murder, which was committed on the body of one John Killpatrick, a Scotchman, by 4 men and one woman, at a Publick-House betwixt Barny Castle and Richmond in Yorkshire. Which was committed in Jan. last, (electronic resource)
A Cure for the state, or, An excellent remedy against the apostacy of the times, (electronic resource)
A Damnable treason by a contagious plaster of a plague-sore : wrapt up in a letter and sent to Mr. Pym : wherein is discoverd a divellish and unchristian plot against the high court of Parliament, Oct. 25, 1641, (electronic resource)
A Declaration and protest of the clergy against the unconstitutional attempt of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council to repeal the ornaments rubric, and to subvert the principle upon which the Reformation of the Church of England is based, (electronic resource)
A Declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God called Quakers : against all sedition, plotters & fighters in the world, for the removing of the ground of jealousie and suspition from both magistrates and people in the kingdome concerning wars and fightings, (electronic resource)
A Declaration of the Right Honourable, the Lord Marquis of Hartford, read in the House of Commons upon Saturday last : wherein he doth declare his resolution to oppose the Earl of Worster and his army of papists and to adventure his life for the Protestant religion : likewise His Majesties command to the Lord Herbert to apprehend the Marquis of Hartford and to commit him to safe custody : together with the desires of the House of Commons to Sir Paul Pinder, with Sir Paul Pinders answer to the same : also, a great victory obtained by the Manchester forces against the Earl of Derby where the Earl himselfe and his whole troop were put to flight and 72 prisoners taken many of them being commanders, (electronic resource)
A Declaration of the lords and gentry : and others of the provinces of Lemster, and Munster in the realm of Ireland, of their intentions towards the English and Scottish Protestants inhabiting in that kingdome, with a most pernitious oath which they would have them take if to live amongst them, tending in effect to make all papists : with an order of the late Lords Justices of Ireland, Sir John Burlase, and Sir Henry Tichbourne, and Counsell of Ireland inhibiting the taking the solemn League and Covenant for reformation and defence of religion, the honour and happinesse of the King, and the peace and safety of the three Kingdomes of England, Scotland, & Ireland : with a proclamation by them set forth, according to the aforesaid order : with a copy of a letter written by the direction of the Lords spirituall and temporall, in the Parliament of that kingdome assembled, to severall commanders and officers of His Majesties army, and others in the kingdome of Ireland, requiring obedience to the said proclomation, with the substance of an oath agreed upon lately at Dublin in Ireland, against the taking of the solemn League & Covenant, (electronic resource)
A Declaration of the marks and fruits, of the false prophets: : with, the discovery of the two mothers, and their teachers: from them who in the world in scorn is called Quakers, which suffers for the righteous seed sake, (electronic resource)
A Declaration wherein is full satisfaction given concerning Sir Edward Deering : with a just vindication of him from the scandals cast upon him by malignants, and the reasons of his return : with a true relation of the Scots proceedings about the surrendring of Newcastle, (electronic resource)
A Description of the hermitage of Warkworth, (electronic resource)
A Dialgoue betwixt Robin Hood and a beggar with a curious cut, representing Robin Hood and the beggar fighting together, (electronic resource)
A Dialogue between Duke Lauderdale and the Lord Danby, (electronic resource)
A Dialogue between Father P----rs and William P---n, (electronic resource)
A Dialogue between Pasquin and Morforio : two statues in Rome, (electronic resource)
A Dialogue between Squire T-n-y and his steward, (electronic resource)
A Dialogue between a minister and one of his parishioners, (electronic resource)
A Dialogue betwixt three travellers as acidentally they did meet on the High-way : Crvey Cringe, a papist Accepted Weigh-all, a professor of the Church of England and Factiovs Wrest-Writ a brownist : wherein the errours of the papists and the brownists are discussed and themselves reconciled to the Church of England, (electronic resource)
A Discourse of fines : shewing by what easie, althought corrupt and unlawful, method of practice it may happen, that any person or his heirs in England, at one time or other, to be legally defrauded and disinherited by abuses in fines ..., by T. L, (electronic resource)
A Discourse shewing in what state the three kingdomes are in at this present, (electronic resource)
A Discourse upon the character and consequences of priestcraft, betwixt a Merry Andrew, a religious church-man, and Mr. Hickeringill, (electronic resource)
A Discovery of 29. sects here in London, all of which, except the first, are most divelish and damnable : being these which follow : Protestants, Puritans, Papists, Brownists, Calvinists, Lutherans, Fam. of love, Mahometans, Adamites, Brightanists, Armenians, Sosinians, Thessalonians, Anabaptists, Separatists : Chaldæans, Electrians, Donatists, Persians, Antinomeans, Assyrians, Macedonians, Heathens, Panonians, Saturnians, Junonians, Bacchanalians, Damassians, The Brotherhood, (electronic resource)
A Favourite song sung by Mrs. Baddely at Vauxhall, (electronic resource)
A Few words among many, about the touchy point of succession : humbly proposed to timely consideration against the session of Parliament; whether it be now, or hereafter, (electronic resource)
A Flattering elegie vpon the death of King Charles : the cleane contrary way : with a parallell something significant, (electronic resource)
A Full and particular account of a most dreadful and surprising [a]pparition, which appeared to a certain great man, at his great house, on Monday last, at midnight, (electronic resource)
A Full and plain narrative of all the general symptoms of a clap, (electronic resource)
A Full and true relation of the taking Cork by the Right Honourable the Earl of Marlborough, Lieut. Gen. of Their Majesties forces : together with the articles of their surrender, (electronic resource)
A Full and true relation of the tryal and condemnation of twelve notorious highway-men, murderers, and clippers of money : at the assizes holden for the county of Derby, this present August 1679 ., (electronic resource)
A Full relation of the contents of the black box, with some other remarkable occurrences, (electronic resource)
A Funeral poem inscrib'd to the memory of J..n B....y, author of The fair quakers, &c, (electronic resource)
A Funeral sermon, of long life and old age, (electronic resource)
A Further narrative of the passages of these times in the Common-wealth of England : an act for renouncing and disanulling the pretended title of Charls Stuart, and for the taking away of the Court of Wards and Liveries, the judgment ... against James Naylor the Quaker : with the triall of Miles Sundercombe ., (electronic resource)
A Genuine dialogue between a gentlewoman at Derby and her maid Jenny in the beginning of December 1745. Taken from the Chester Journal, (electronic resource)
A Homely dialogue betwixt a young woman and her sweetheart, (electronic resource)
A Hue-and-cry after beauty and vertue, (electronic resource)
A Hymn to Tyburn. Being a sequel of the hymn to the pillory, (electronic resource)
A Joint-letter from the most considerable. Proprietors of the island of Barbadoes, to Colonel Richard Scot, Colonel Robert Stewart, Richard Bate, Patrick Mein, and Thomas Fulerton, Esqs; and other friends in England, having estates or interests in the said island, touching the petition which they transmitted to be given in to the Honourable House of Commons, for having the trade to Africa carried on by a company of a sufficient joint-stock, (electronic resource)
A Justification of the members within doors to the objections and cavils o[ ... ] against the carrying up to the Lords the engressed bill for the releif [sic] and discharge o[ ... ]gulation of goals and goalers, (electronic resource)
A Large loaf for sixpence, (electronic resource)
A Letter concerning the Scots peerage, (electronic resource)
A Letter concerning the oath of abjuration, (electronic resource)
A Letter formerly sent to Dr. Tillotson, and for want of an answer made publick, and now reprinted : with the said doctor's letter to the Lord Russel a little before his execution, (electronic resource)
A Letter from *** ***, Esq. to the Hon. *** ***, : Containing, an account of the origin and progress of the unfortunate differences which have for some time subsisted, between Sir Cuthbert Shafto of Bavington, and his lady, (electronic resource)
A Letter from Father La Chaise, confessor to the French King, to Father Peters, confessor to the King of England. : In which is contained the project and designe of that faction to introduce the Prince of Wales; with some observations on his conception and birth, to which is added a letter from Will Penn to Father la Chaise about the affaires of that babe and the ensueing progress of the popish designe, (electronic resource)
A Letter from Legorn, Decem. 1, 1679, (electronic resource)
A Letter from Lieutenant Governor Gallstone, to Mr. John Crookshanks, who was captain of the Lark man of war about the year 1746, but suspended ever since, by the sentence of a court martial, (electronic resource)
A Letter from a gentleman in Grayes-Inn, to a justice of the peace in the countrey : explaining the Act of Uniformity in that part which doth concern unlicensed preachers, (electronic resource)
A Letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in London : occasioned by a prophesie that was lately found in the place of retirement of Father Lewis at Comb, in Hereford-Shire ., (electronic resource)
A Letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in the city, (electronic resource)
A Letter from a minister of the Church of England : communicated to the right honourable the lord mayor, relating to Thomas White, alias Whitebread, who was lately executed for high-treason, (electronic resource)
A Letter from the French King to the great Turk, (electronic resource :)
A Letter from the noblemen, gentlemen, justices, and free-holders of the shire of Fife, to the Lord General Monck : with his Lordships answer thereunto, (electronic resource)
A Letter of a Jesuit of Liege : concerning the method of establishing the Catholik religion in the kingdom of England, (electronic resource)
A Letter of an Independent to his honoured friend in London, (electronic resource)
A Letter sent to Dr. Tillotson several months ago and now made publick : by reason the author has not heard of any discourse publish'd since in answer, (electronic resource)
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London?, EMI Classics, 2007
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London?, EMI Classics, 2011
London?, EMI Classics, c1997
London?, EMI Classics, p1993
London?, EMI Classics, p1996
London?, EMI Classics, p2000
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London?, EMI Records, 2006
London?, EMI Records, New York, Manufactured and distributed by Angel Records, p2000
London?, EMI classics, p1989, 1999
London?, EMI, 2011?
London?, EMI, p2004
London?, EMI/Virgin Classics, 2003
London?, Editions EG, South Plainfield, N.J., Marketed by Jem Records, 1975
London?, Edward Goldney, junior?, 1760?
London?, Edward Topham, printer, 1790?
London?, Eliot's Court Press?, 1588
London?, Elliot's Court Press?, 1626
London?, Elliot's Court Press?, 1627
London?, Elsevier | Saunders, ©2005-©2007
London?, Elsevier, 2002-
London?, EmArcy, New York, NY, Manufactured and marketed by Universal Music Classics Group, 2006
London?, Emprynted by Richarde Pynson, 1503
London?, En casa de Ricardo del Campo i.e. R. Field, 1600
London?, English Church Union?, 1866?
London?, English Church Union?, 1877
London?, Engrav'd by Tho. Cross, 1698?
London?, Engraved, and printed at Amsterdam, 1710
London?, Engraven by John Sturt in Golden-Lion-Court in Aldergate Street. 170 S., 1708
London?, Enja | Distributed by Rhino Records, 1990
London?, Enprynted by me Wynkyn de Worde., 1515?
London?, Entered According to Order, 1799
London?, Entered according to order, 1750?
London?, Entered according to order, 1760?
London?, Entered according to order, 1775?
London?, Entered according to order, 1779
London?, Erased Tapes, 2018
London?, Eugenics Society?, 1893?
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London?, Excudebat Robertus Robinsonus. Impensis R. Dexter, 1595
London?, Excudebat Tho. Cotes, 1632
London?, Excusum impensis Gulielmi Nortoni, 1573
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London?, F. Kingston, 1622
London?, F. Kingston, 1622?
London?, F. Kingston, 1637?
London?, F. Kingston, Anno Dom. 1637
London?, F. Kingston?, 1630?
London?, F.K., not before 1597
London?, Financial Times, 1976
London?, Fine Art Journals, Ltd., 1988-
London?, First printed at Ipswich, and now reprinted for T. Bates, 1641
London?, First written in the year of Our Lord God 1692: revised and abridged by the author, and, Printed in the year M,DCC,LVII. 1757
London?, Fontana Paperbacks, 1981
London?, For B. Harris, 1675
London?, For J. Hawkins, 1662
London?, For J. Smethwick?, 1600?
London?, For John Clarke, 1655
London?, For Langley Curtiss, 1690
London?, For R. Harper?, 1640?
London?, For the Company of Stationers, 1606?
London?, Fr. Garnet's second press, 1596-1597
London?, Fr. Garnet's second press, 1597?
London?, Fr. Garnet's second press, 1599?
London?, G. Eld?, 1618?
London?, G. Godet?, 1565?
London?, G. Purslowe, May 1622
London?, G. Purslowe?, ca. 1630
London?, GNP Crescendo
London?, Ghedruckt by Humfrey Blunden, 1653
London?, Government Statistical Service, 1998-
London?, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Printed by Galleon Printers, c1966
London?, H. Bynneman, 1571?
London?, H. Cock, 1750?
London?, H. Denham, 1590
London?, H. Lownes for J. Boler, 1630
London?, H. Singleton, 1548?
London?, H.B., 1677
London?, Habitante non longe ab Excambio Regio, in vico vulgô Loathbury dicto sub Falcoms Insigni ..., 1695
London?, Hammersmith Socialist Society, 1891-1893
London?, Hans hitpricke, 1547?
London?, Hardcash, 2001
London?, Hayward Gallery, 1998
London?, Hinrichsen Edition, 1968
London?, I. Cawood, 1570
London?, I.D., 15--?
London?, IOP Pub
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London?, IOP Pub., 1989-
London?, IOP Pub., 1990-
London?, IOP Pub., 1996-
London?, IOP Pub., 1996-1998
London?, IOP Pub., ©1975-©2006
London?, IOP Pub., ©1989-
London?, Impensis Johannis Jones, et prostat venale per J. Martin, J. Allestree & T. Dicas, 1662
London?, Impress. per Richardum Pynsonum regium impressorem, 15--?
London?, Impressa anno, 1784
London?, Impressum per me Henricum Smyth, commorantem extra Temple barre, 1544?
London?, Imprimé avec la permission des supérieurs, novembre, 1752
London?, Imprimé chez Edoüard Jones, et se vend chez Jean Cailloüé, 1700
London?, Imprimé pour l'auteur; et se vend chez P. Elmsly, dans le Strand; C. Dilly, dans le Poultry; et W. Faulder, dans New Bond Street, Londres, 1793
London?, Imprimée dans le royaume D'Albigion en l'an, 1708
London?, Imprinted by Alexander Lacie for Henrie Kyrkham, dwelling at the signe of the blacke Boy, at the middle north dore of Paules church, 1571
London?, Imprinted by Henrie Middleton for Thomas Man., 1580?
London?, Imprinted by Robert Young, His Majesties printer for Scotland, Anno Dom. M.DC.XXXIX 1639
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London?, Imprinted by W. Copland for Thomas gybson, 1552?
London?, Imprinted by the deputy of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie, 1536
London?, Imprinted by the deputy of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie, 1589
London?, Imprinted for Giles Widdowes i.e. Matthew Sparke, MDCXXX. 1630
London?, Imprinted for W.B., 1621
London?, Imprinted, 1577
London?, Imprinted, in the yeare 1620
London?, Imprynted by Edwarde Whytchurch, wyth the kynges moste gratious priuelege for seuen yeares. Cum privilegio. Ad imprimendum solum, 1543
London?, Imprynted by Robert Redman, 1533?
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London?, Imprynted by Thomas Gybson, Anno. 1535
London?, Imprynted by me Robert Wyer, 1545?
London?, Imprynted by me Robert Wyer, dwellynge at the sygne of S. Iohn ̄Euangelyst, by s. Martyns parysshe in the felde besyde the Duke of Suffolkes place, at Charynge Crosse, 1550?
London?, Imprynted by me Robert wyer, dwellynge in seynt Martyns parysshe in the felde besyde Charyngcrosse, in the Byssop of Norwyche rentes, 1530?
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London?, Imprynted by me Rycharde Pynson ..., 1520
London?, In the Savoy printed by Edward Jones, MDCLXXXVIII. 1688
London?, In the house of T. Berthelet, Anno. 1549
London?, In the year of our Lord, 1732
London?, In the year, 1748
London?, Innovative Music Productions, 1987
London?, Inprynted by me R. Wyer for Johan gowgh dwellynge in Lumbarde strete, agaynst the stockes market at ye sygne of the mermayd, Anno Domini M.ccccc.xxxix. 1539
London?, Institute of Physics and IOP Pub., 1970-
London?, Integra Records, p2008
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London?, Iohn Thomas, 1642, August 1
London?, J. Allde, 1573?
London?, J. Beale, 1611?
London?, J. Beale, 1618?
London?, J. Beale?, 1614?
London?, J. Beale?, 1618?
London?, J. Charlewood, 1572?
London?, J. Charlewood, 1584
London?, J. Dawson?, ca. 1630
London?, J. Day and W. Seres, M.D. XLIX 1549
London?, J. Day and W. Seres?, ca. 1549