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M. N
M. N, Marchamont Nedham
M. N (pseudonym)
Mercurius (Britanicus)
Mercurius, Britanicus (Pseudonym)
Mercurius Pragmaticus
Mercurius (Pragmaticus; Pseudonym)
N, M.
N, M. (pseudonym)
N, Marchamont Nedham
Nedham, Marchamont,
Nedham, Marchemont
Needham, Marchamont
Needham, Marchimam
Pragmaticus, Mercurius
Pragmaticus, Mercurius (Pseudonym)
Dates: 
1620-1678
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Boston University
Bouman, Jan (I, Amsterdam)
De voortreffelijkheid van een' vryen staat
Howell, James (1594?-1666)
Mably, Gabriel de (1709-1785)
Mandar, Théophile (1759-1823)
Monnier, Raymonde
Parker, Henry (1725?-1809)
Selden, John (1584-1654)
Well-wisher to posterity, A (see also from)
Well-wisher to posterity, A Pseud. van Marchamont Nedham
Womersley, David
Worden, Blair (1945-)
Titles: 
Additional evidences concerning the right of soveraignty ... of Great Brittain in the sea
case of the Commonwealth of England, stated., The
Case of the Kingdom stated, according to the proper interests of the severall parties ingaged... [By Marchamont Nedham.], The
check to the checker of Britanicus. -, A
Christianissimus Christianandus, 1692:
Christianissimus christianandus. Dutch
Christianissimus christianandus. Of Reden om Vrankryk tot een kristelyker staet te bewegen. Ontdeckende de misleydingen [...] sedert het Pireneesche tractaet.
Christianissimus Christianandus, or, Reason for the reduction of France to a more Christian state in Europ.
Christianissimus christianandus, or Reason for the reduction of France to a more christian state in Europe...
Christianissimus christianandus, ou le Moyen de réduire la France à un estat plus chrestien, pour le bien de l'Europe
Digitus Dei, or God's Justice upon treachery and treason, exemplifyed in the life and death of the late James Duke of Hamilton, being an exact relation of his traiterous practises since the year 1630. Together with a true and full discovery of the mysterie of his last engagement for the destruction of the King, and his royall posterity. Whereto is added an epitaph
Digitus dei, or God's Justice upon treachery and treason ; trad. de l'anglais et enrichi de notes de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Marly, Bossuet par Théophile Mandar, 1790. Medela medicinae, a plea for the free profession
discourse concerning schools. -, A
Dominium maris
excellence of a free state, The
excellencie of a free-state, The : or, the right constitution of a commonwealth
excellency of a free state, The
God's Justice upon treachery and treason
Goliah of the Philistines, The ; Marchamont Nedham and Oliver Cromwell : selected passages from Mercurius politicus
great accuser cast down. -, The
Honesty's best policy. - [1677]
la Souveraineté de Peuple. -, De
la souveraineté du peuple et de l'excellence d'un état libre. Par Marchamont Needham, traduit de l'anglais et enrichi de notes de J.-J. Rousseau, Mably, Bossuet, Condillac... par Théophile Mandar..., De
la souveraineté du peuple, et de l'excellence d'un état libre. Tome premier [et Tome second], De
Mare clausum seu, De dominio maris
Mare clausum; the right and dominion of the sea in two books.
Medela medicinæ. : A plea for the free profession, and a renovation of the art of physick, out of the noblest and most authentick writers. Shewing the publick advantage of its liberty. The disadvantage that comes to the publick by any sort of physician, imposing upon the studies and practise of others. The alteration of diseases from their old state and condition. The causes of that alteration. The insufficiency and uselesnes of meer scholastick methods and medicines, with a nesessity of new. Tending to the rescue of mankind from the tyranny of diseases; and of physicians themselves, from the pedantism of old authors and present dictators
"Medela medicinae", a plea for the free profession, and a renovation of the art of physick, out of the noblest and most authentick writers,... The autor M. N. [Marchamont Nedham.]
Mercurius pragmaticus.
most pithy exhortation delivered in an eloquent oration to the watry generation aboard their admirall at Graves-end., A
moyen de réduire la France à un estat plus chrestien, pour le bien de l'Europe, Le
moyen de réduire la France à un état plus chrétien, pour le bien de l'Europe, Le
new idea of the practice of physic ... The first book, of the diseases either constituting, producing or following the natural functions of man not in health ... As also a new discovery of intermitting fevers, the yellow jaundice, and other diseases, never before discovered, A
Of the dominion, or, ownership of the sea : two books : in the first is shew'd, that the sea ... is not common to all men ... : in the second is proved, that the dominion of the British Sea, or that which incompasseth the Isle of Great Britain, is ... a part or appendant of the empire of that island : writen at first in Latin, and entituled, Mare clausum seu De dominio maris
oppermagt des volks, of de voortrefelijkheid van eenen vrijen staat, De
Ownership of the sea
pacquet-boat advice, or, A discourse concerning the war with France between some English gentlemen and a French-man, betwixt Calis and Dover., The
Paquet of advices and animadversions. -, A
Reason for the reduction of France to a more Christian state
Right constitution of a commonwealth
Ruperts sumpter and private cabinet rifled, and a discovery of a pack of his jewels by way of dialogue between Mercurius Britannicus and Mercurius Aulicus
short history of the English rebellion, A
solemn league and covenant, commonly call'd the Scotch covenent. - [ca. 1648], The
true state of the case of the Commonwealth, A
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The editor's thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 2009
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