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J. T, John Taylor
Jo-Ta, John Taylor
Make-peace, Mary (Pseudonym)
One that hath drunk at S. Patrick's well
Swan of the Thames
T. J, John Taylor
Taylor, John ((poet))
Allde, Elizabeth (Londen)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Fawcett, Thomas (Londen)
Hexham, Henry (1580?-1658)
Macdonald, Hugh (b. 1885.)
Moryson, Fynes (1566-1630)
Tate, W. E.
Tate, William Edward
Waelpot, Jan Pietersz Delft, 1621-1658
Watermen's Company (London, England)
All the works of John Taylor, the water poet
anatomy of the Seperatists. -, The
Answer to a Foolish Pamphlet entituled a swarme of Sectaries & Schismaticks ..., An
answer to the rattle-heads. - 1641, The
apology for private preaching. - , An
apprentices advice to the XII. bishops. -, The
Beschrijvingh van den ouden, ouden, heel ouden man: ofte Den ouderdom ende 't leven van Thomas Parr.
brief relation of the gleanings. -, A
Briefe rememberance of all the English monarchs. [from old catalog]
Brownists synagogue, The : or a late discovery of their conventicles, assemblies, and places of meeting, where they preach, and the manner of their praying and preaching : with a relation of the names, places, and doctrines of those which doe commonly preach ...
carriers cosmography, The : innes, hosteries, and other lodgings in and neere London
Cesta do Čech
Christmas in [and] out. -
cluster of coxcombes. -, A
dialogue, or rather, A parley betweene Prince Ruperts dogge whose name is Puddle and Tobies dog whose name is Pepper, &c., A : whereunto is added the challeng which Prince Griffins dogg called Towzer hath sent to Prince Ruperts dogg Puddle in the behalfe of honest Pepper, Tobies dog; moreover the said Prince Griffin is newly gone to Oxford to lay the wager and to make up the match.
dog of war, A
Dossier : english for students of the new economy
Drinke and welcome.
Famous historie of the most part of drinks in use now in the kingdomes of Great Brittaine and Ireland.
Focal point : student book intermediate
In shot : activity book
John Taylor, Poeta aquaticus (circa 1580-1653) ; sous la direction de André Rannou, 1993
Mercurius melancholicus, or, Newes from Westminster and other parts
old, old. Dutch, The
old, old, very old man or, the age and long life of Thomas Parr, who was born ... in the reign of King Edward the fourth; and liv'd in the reigns of ten Kings and queens., The
Portraits already used in Taylor's Brief remembrance ... 1621.
praise of hemp-seed, The : with the voyage of Mr Roger Bird and the writer hereof, in a boat of brown paper, from London to Quineborough in Kent
sculler rowing from Tiber to Thames., The
Short relation of a journey through Wales, 1859.
Sound english : a course of english language and civilization ; con la consulenza di Giuseppe Ragazzini
Supposed caricatures of the Droeshout portrait of Shakespeare
Taylors Physicke has purged the Divel ...
To the right honorable assembly, the lords, knights, esquires, and burgesses of the honorable House of Commons in Parliament. The humble petition of the antient overseers, rulers, and assistants of the Company of Watermen wherein is shewed how intollerably they have been abused and slandered ... by divers refractory and abusive watermen who have mislead many others to their faction
Wandering to see the wonders of the West. Facsimile of edition of 1873 in 'The old book collector's miscellany,'
Whole life and progresse of henry walker the ironmonger first, the manner of his conversation, secondly, the severall offences and scandalons [sic] pampehlets [sic] the said walker hath writ, and for which he is now a prisoner in new-gate, thirdly, the forme of the inditement which is laid against him ..., fourthly, his conviction by the jury, fiftly, his recantation ... : here are also many remarkable passages concerning the offence and apprehending the said henry walker
Works not in the volume of 1630
Works of John Taylor the Water-poet comprised in the folio edition of 1630