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Campo, Ricardo del
Campo, Richard del
Del Campo, Ricardo
Del Campo, Richard
F, Richard Field
Field, Richard ((printer))
R. F, Richard Field
Ricardo del Campo
Barrett, William -1624
Dexter, Robert (d. 1603)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Fenton, Geoffrey (ca. 1539-1608)
Guicciardini, Francesco (1483-1540)
Hitchcock, Ethan Allen (1798-1870)
Man, Thomas (d. 1625)
Ponsonby, William (1546?-1604)
Sandys, George (1578-1644)
Spenser, Edmund (1552?-1599)
Valera, Cipriano de (1532?-1625))
arte of English poesie, The : contriued into three bookes, the first of poets and poesie, the second of proportion, the third of ornament.
Bloudy rage of that great antechrist of Rome and his superstitious adherents, against the true church of Christ and the faithfull professors of His Gospell
Chronographia : a description of time, from the beginning of the vvorld vnto the yeare of our Lord 137 : diuided into six periodes, wherein the seueral histories, both of the Old and New Testament are briefly comprised, and placed in their due order of yeares
consolation for our grammar schooles, or, A faithfull and most comfortable incouragement for laying of a sure foundation of all good learning in our schooles, and for prosperous building thereupon, A : more specially for all those of the inferiour sort and all ruder countries and places, namely for Ireland, Wales, Virginia, with the Sommer Ilands, and for their more speedie attaining of our English tongue by the same labour, that all may speake one and the same language ...
Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia, The
decacordon of ten quodlibeticall questions concerning religion and state, A : wherein the authour framing himfelfe [i.e. himselfe] a quilibet to euery quodlibet, decides an hundred crosse interrogatorie doubts about the generall contentions betwixt the seminarie priests and Iesuits at this present.
discourse of the felicitie of man, A : or his summum bonum
faerie queene, The : disposed into twelue bookes, fashioning XII morall vertues.
Faithfull and most comfortable incouragement for laying of a sure foundation of all good learning in our schooles, and for prosperous building thereupon
Fifth booke of the Church
fifth booke of the Chvrch, The
French alphabeth [sic]: teaching in a very short tyme, by a most easie way, to pronounce French naturally, to reade it perfectly, to write it truely, and to speake it accordingly, The : together vvith The treasvre of the French toung, conteyning the rarest sentences, pouerbes [sic], parables, similies, apothegmes and golden sayings of the most excellent French authours, as vvell potes [sic] as orators : the one diligently compiled, and the other painfully gathered and set in order, after the alphabeticall maner, for the benefite of those that are desirous of the French-toung
Histoire de Georges Castriot, surnommé Scanderbeg, roy d'Albanie.
Histoire des Vaudois.
historie of George Castriot, surnamed Scanderbeg, King of Albanie, The : containing his famous actes, his noble deedes of armes, and memorable victories against the Turkes, for the faith of Christ : comprised in twelue bookes
historie of Guicciardin, The : containing the warres of Italie and other partes, continued for manie yeares vnder sundrie kings and princes, together with the variations and accidents of the same : and also the arguments, with a table at large expressing the principall matters through the whole historie
historie of Guicciardin, The : containing the warres of Italie and other parts, continued for manie yeares vnder sundrie kings and princes, together with the variations and accidents of the same : and also the arguments, with a table at large expressing the principall matters through the whole historie
Homer's Odysses, 1614:
learned sermon preached before the King at VVhitehall, on Friday the 16 of March: by M. Doctor Field: Chaplaine to his Maiestie, A
Learned sermon preached before the King at Whitehall, on Friday the 16 of March
lives of the noble Grecians and Romaines, The
Luthers fore-runners, or, A cloud of witnesses : deposing for the Protestant faith, gathered together in the historie of the Waldenses, who for diuers hundred yeares before Luther successiuely opposed popery, professed the truth of the Gospell, and sealed it with their bloud : being most grieuously persecuted and many thousands of them martyred by the tyrannie of that man of sinne, and his superstitious adherents and cruell instruments ... : all which hath bene faithfully collected out of the authors named in the page following the preface
Lvthers fore-rvnners, or, A clovd of witnesses
Nosce teipsum : this oracle expounded in two elegies ...
Of the Church, five Books.
Quodlibets of religion and state
relation of a iourney begun an. Dom. 1610, A : foure bookes, containing a description of the Turkish Empire of Aegypt, of the Holy Land, of the remote parts of Italy and ilands adioyning.
relation of a iourney begun an. Dom. 1610, A : fovre bookes, containing a description of the Turkish Empire, of Aegypt, of the Holy Land, of the remote parts of Italy, and ilands adioyning.
Relation of a journey begun an. Dom. 1610
second part of The faerie queene, The : containing the fourth, fifth, and sixth bookes
sermon upon the words of Saint Paul, 1619:, A
Sixe bookes of politickes or ciuil doctrine
Sixe bookes of politickes or civil doctrine
soueraigne salue for a sick soule, A : a treatise teaching the right vse of patient bearing the crosse, with the sundrie commodities that the same bringeth vnto Christians, and the euils that come of impacience : the summarie contents wherof folow in the sixt page
Soveraigne salve for a sick soule
Soveraigne salve for a sick sovle
substance of Christian religion, 1595:, The
Testamento Nuevo de Nuestro Señor Iesu Christo
Testamento Nvevo De Nvestro Señor Iesu Christo., El
treasurie of catechisme, or, Christian instruction, A : the first part, which is concerning the morall law or Ten Commandements of Almightie God : with certaine questions and aunswers preparatory to the same.
treatise named Lucarsolace, A : deuided into fouuer bookes, which in part are collected out of diuerse authors in diuerse languages, and in part deuised
Treatise named Lvcarsolace
Treatise of patience
use of the two Mathematicall instruments, the crosse Staffe, [differing from that in common use with the mariners:] And the Iacobs Staffe ..., The
way to the true church, The : wherein the principall motiues perswading to Romanisme and questions touching the nature and authoritie of the church and Scriptures, are familiarly disputed, and driuen to their issues, where this day they sticke betweene the papists and vs : contriued into an answer to a popish discourse, concerning the rule of faith and the marks of the church, and published to admonish such as decline to papistrie of the weake and vncertaine grounds, whereupon they haue ventured their soules : directed to all that seeke for resolution, and especially to his louing countrimen of Lancashire