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0000 0001 1938 1737
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I. S, John Speed
J. S, John Speed
S, I.
S, J.
S, John Speed
Spede, Iohn
Spede, John
Spedus, Johannes
Speed, I.
Speed, Iohn
Speed, John
Speed, John Speed
Speede, Iohn
Speede, J.
Speede, John
Dates: 
ca. 1552-1629
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Basset, Thomas (163.?-169. libraire)
Chiswell, Richard
Everall's General Supply Stores Ltd
Goos, Abraham
Gryp, Dirck (1626-1640))
Harpsfield, Nicholas (1519-1575)
Hondius, Jodocus (1563-1612)
Hondius, Jodocus I (1563-1612)
Hondius, Jodocus II (1594-1629)
Humble, George -1640
Nicolson, Nigel (1917- ))
Pont, Timothy
Rea, Roger
Saxton, Christopher (1542-1606)
Skelton, R.A. (1906-1970)
Skelton, Raleigh Ashlin (1906-1970)
Speed, John (1552?-1629))
Sudbury, John (15..-1619)
Titles: 
A prospect of the most famovs parts of the world. 1662.
America with those known parts in that unknowne worlde both people and manner of buildings.
Anglesey autiently called Mona described...
atlas of Tudor England and Wales, An : forty plates from John Speed's pocket atlas of 1627
Barkshire described.
Barwick
Batt upon batt A poem upon the parts, patience, and pains, of Bartholomew Kempster, clerk, poet, cutler, of Holy-Rood Parish in Southampton. By a Person of Quality. To which is annexed the vision, wherein is describ'd Batt's person and ingenuity: with an account of the ancient and present state and glory of Southampton. By the same Author. The seventh edition. Dedicated to the gentry of Hampshire, for their diversion: but more especially to the inhabitants of Southampton.
Breknoke both shyre and towne described
Caermarden both shyre and towne described
Caernarvon
Canaan.
Chester
clowd of witnesses, and they the holy genealogies of the sacred scriptur*. -, A
Cornwall.
counti of Warwick, the shire towne and citie of Coventre described., The
countie and citie of Lyncolne described with the armes of them that have bene earles thereof since the conquest., The
countie pallatine of Lancaster described and divided into hundred, The
countie Westmoreland and Kendale the chief towne described with the armes of such Nobles as have bene Earles of either of then. 9 miles [=Om. 090, The : 160 000 environ]
counties of Britain, The : a Tudor atlas
Cumberland and the ancient citie Carlile described with many memorable antiquities therein observed
England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland described and abridged
epitome of Mr. John Speed's theatre of the empire of Great Britain..., An
genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures according to euery family and tribe, The : with the line of Our Sauior Iesus Christ obserued from Adam to the Blessed Virgin Mary
Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures according to every familie and tribe with the line of our Saviour Jesus Christ, observed from Adam to the blessed Virgin Marie, by J. S., The
genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptvres, according to euery family and tribe., The : With teh line of ovr sauiour Iesvs Christ, obscrued from Adam to the blessed virgin Mary
Geographical magazine facsimile reproduction of John Speed's the kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland., The
Greece
Hereford
Historia anglicana ecclesiastica a primis gentis susceptae fidei incunabvlis ad nostra fere tempora deducta, et in quindecim centurias distributa;
historie of great britaine
History of Great Britaine under the conquests of ẏ Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans... from Julius Caesar to our most gracious soveraigne king James, by John Speed, The
Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament, and the New, The : newly translated out of the originall tongue, and with former translations diligently compared and revised.
Holy Island. Garnsey. Farne. Jarsey.
Hull
Huntington both shire and shire towne with the ancient citie Ely described
Isle of Man exactly described and into sevent Parishes, with every towne, village, bays, creke and river therein conteyned... Lescribed, The
Isles britanniques ou sont le R[oyau]me d'Angleterre tiré de Speed , celuy d'Ecosse tiré de Th. Pont etc, et celuy d'Irlande tire de Petti, le tout rectifié par diverses observations, Les
John Speed's Atlas of England & Wales
Kent, with her cities and earles described and observed.
Kingdom of Scotland, The
Kingdome of England, The
kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland, The
Leicester, both countye and citie described, the honorabe famylies that have had titles of earls thereof. With other accidents therein observed.
Lichfield
Magnæ Britanniæ tabula, comprehendens Angliæ, Scotiæ, ac Hiberniæ regna. In omnes suas provincias accurata divisa
map of New England and New York, A
Mapa świata (planigloby) Johna Speeda z 1626 r.
Merioneth shire described
Merionethshire described : 1610
Monmouth
Montgomery Shire
new and accurat map of the world, drawn according to ye truest descriptions, latest discoveries & best observations yt have beene made by English or strangers, 1626., A
new and accurat map of the world drawne according to ye truest descriptions latest discoveries & best observations yt have beene made by English or strangers., A
new and accurat map of the world Weltkarte, A
Newe-Castle
newe mape of Poland, A
newe mape of Tartary [Document cartographique], A
North and East Ridins of Yorkshire. 13 miles [=Om. 081, The : 250 000 environ]
Northamtonshire.
Northumberland.
Norwiche
Nottingham
Oukham
Oxford
Oxfordshire described, with ye citie and the armes of the colledges of yt famous Vniuersity [sic].
Penbroke
Penbrokshyre described and the sittuations both of Penbroke and St. Davids shewed in due form as they were taken by
prospect of the most famous parts of the world, A
prospect of the most famovs parts of the world ..., A
Province of Connaugh with the Citie of Galwaye Described, The
Radnor
Respublica sive status regni Scotiae et Hiberniae diversorum autorum
Saint Davids
Shakespeare's Britain
Shrowesbury
Spaine newly described, with many adictions, both in the attires of the people and the situations of their cheifest cityes
Stafford countie and towne with the ancient citie Lichfeild described
Stanford
Suffolke described and divided into hundreds, the situation of the fayre towne Ipswich shewed, with the armes of the most noble families that have bene either dukes or earles both of that countie as also of Clare.
Surrey described and divided into hundreds.
theatre of the empire of Great-Britain, presenting an exact geography of the Kingdom of England, Scotland, Ireland, and the Isles... with a chronology of the civil wars in England, Wales and Ireland, together with a prospect of the most famous parts of the world, viz Asia, Africa, Europe, America [Material Cartográfico], The
Theatre of the empire of Great Britaine, presenting a exact geography of the kingdomes of England, Scotland, Ireland... by John Speed. - A Prospect of the most famous parts of the world... with these kingdomes therein contained, The : Grecia, Roman empire, Germanie... Civill warres, in England, Wales and Ireland... together with all provinces, counties and shires contained in that large theater of Great Brittaines empire, performed by John Speed
Theatrum imperii Magnae Britanniae, exactam regnorum Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae... geographiam ob oculos ponens... Opus nuper quidem a Johanne Spedo,... anglice conscriptum, nunc vero a Philemone Hollando, latinitate donatum
Thratre of the Empire of Great Britain.
Turkish empire, The
Wales
West Ridinge of Yorkeshyre with the most famous and fayre Citie Yorke described, The
West Ridinge of Yorkshyre with the most famous and fayre citie Yorke described., The
West Rindinge of Yorkshyre with the most famous and tayre citie Yorke described 1610, The
Wight Island.
Wilshire.
Worcestershire described.
Yorkshire, performed by John Speed corrected... by Christopher Brown
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