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Digges
Digges, Dudley
Digges, Dudley (Sir)
Digges, Dudly
Digges, Dudly (Sir)
Diggs, Dudley
Diggs, Dudlie
Diggs, Dudlie (Sir)
Dudley Digges
One of that societie
One of That Societie (Pseudonym)
Dates: 
1583-1639
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cre
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Browne, Thomas (1604-1673)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Raleigh, Walter Sir, 1552?-1618
Sheeres, Henry Sir, -1710
Sherlock, William (ca1641-1707.)
Smith, Thomas Sir, 1558?-1625
Stansby, William active (1597-1638)
Walsingham, Francis (sir, 1532-1590.)
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answer to a printed book, intituled, Observations upon .... -, An
case of allegiance due to soveraign powers
compleat ambassador or two treaties of the intended marriage of Q. Elizabeth, comprised in letters of negotiation of Sir Fra. Walsingham, her Resident in France, together with the answers of Lord Burleigh, the earl of Leicester, Th. Smith and others ..., The
compleat ambassador: or two treaties of the intended marriage of qu. elizabeth of glorious memory, the
conference desired by the Lords and had by a committee of both houses, concerning the rights and privileges of the subjects, 1642:, A
defence of trade, in a letter to Sir T. Smith. -, The
defence of trade [MI] 1615:, The
defence of trade, The : in a letter to Sir Thomas Smith, knight, gouernour of the East-India Companie, etc.
defence of trade, The : (London 1615)
defense of trade. -, The
discourse of sea-ports. -, A
Fata mihi totum mea sunt agitanda per orbem. -
Lettres et negotiations de Walsingham
Memoires et instructions pour les ambassadeurs, ou, Lettres et negotiations de Walsingham ... : avec les maximes politiques de ce ministre, & des remarques sur la vie des principaux ministres & favoris de cette princesse
rights and privileges of the subject
speech of the Lord Chancellor, The
unlawfulness of subjects taking up Arms against their Soveraigne, in what case soever ..., The
unlawfulnesse of subjects taking up armes. - 1643 -, The
unlawfulnesse of subjects taking up armes against their soveraigne, in what case soever, The
vindication of the case of allegiance
vnlawfvlnesse of subjects taking up armes against their soveraigne, in what case soever., The : Together with an answer to all objections scattered in their severall bookes ...
worthiness of warre and warriors, the
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