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Fulbeck, William
Fulbecke, William
Fulbeckus, Guilielmus
Dates: 
1560-1603
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Birks, Peter Brian Herrenden (1941-2004)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Flower, Francis
Grumbine, Harvey Carson (1869-1941)
Hughes, Thomas (fl. 1587.)
Lownes, Matthew (d. 1625)
Stirling, T. H. (1789-1864)
Stirling, Thomas Henry (1789-1864)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Trotte, Nicholas (fl. 1588.)
Wight, Thomas -1608?
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abridgement, or rather, A bridge of Roman histories, to passe the neerest way from Titus Liuius to Cornelius Tacitus, An : under which, in three bookes, as it were, through three arches for the space of sixe score yeeres, the fame and fortune of the Romans ebbs and flowes.
abridgement, or rather, a bridge of roman histories to passe the neerest way from titus liuius to cornelius tacitus. under which (in three bookes) as it were through three arches, for the space of sixe score yeeres, the fame and fortune of the romans ebbs and flowes., an
booke of christian ethicks or moral philosophie containing, the true difference and opposition, of the two incompatible qualities, vertue, and voluptuousnesse. made by william fulbecke, maister of artes, and student of the lawes of england., a
Christian ethicks, 1587
Direction, or preparatiue to the study of the law, 1620:
Direction, or preparatiue to the study of the law : wherein is shewed, what things ought to be obserued and vsed of them that are addicted to the study of the law, and what on the contrary part ought to be eschewed and auoyded.
Direction, or preparatiue to the study of the lawe : wherein is shewed, what things ought to be obserued and vsed of them that are addicted to the study of the law, and what on the contrary part ought to be eschued and auoyded.
direction, or preparatiue to the study of the lawe: wherein is shewed what things ought to be observed and used of them that are addicted to the study of the law and what on the contrary part ought to be eschued and avoyded., a
Direction, or preparative to the study of the law
direction or preparative to the study of the Lawe. -, A
Fulbeck's Direction, or preparative to the study of the law : wherein is shewed, what things ought to be observed and used of them that are addicted to the study of the law, and what on the contrary part ought to be eschewed and avoided
historicall collection of the continuall factions, tumults and massacres of the romans and italians during the space of one hundred and twentie yeares next before the peaceable empire of augustus caesar, an
Law of nations
pandectes of the law of nations: contayning severall discourses of the questions, points, and matters of law, wherein the nations of the world doe consent and accord. giving great light to the understanding and opening of the principall objects, questions, rules, and cases of the civill law, and common law of this realme of england., the
pandectes of the law of nations London, 1602, The
pandectes of the law of nations, The : contayning seuerall discourses of the questions, points, and matters of law, wherein the nations of the world doe consent and accord : giuing great light to the vnderstanding and opening of the principall obiects, questions, rules, and cases of the ciuill law and common law this realme of England
parallele or conference of the civil law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of England, A : vvherein the agreement and disagreement of these three lawes, and the causes and reasons of the said agreement and disagreement, are opened and discussed
parallele or conference of the civil law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of England, A : wherein the agreement and disagreement of these three lawes, and the causes and reasons of the said agreement and disagreement, are opened and discussed
parallele or conference of the civill law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of england. wherein the agreement and disagreement of these three lawes . . . are opened and discussed [etc.]., a
second part of the Parallele or conference of the civil law, the canon law, and the common law of this realme of England, The : wherein the agreement and disagreement of these three lawes touching diuers matters not before conferred is at large debated and discussed : whereunto is annexed a table contayning the principall questions, matters, and pointes of the dialogues ensuing
...The misfortunes of Arthur
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