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Estrange, Roger l'
Estrange, Roger L’ (Sir)
L'Estrange, R. (Sir)
L'Estrange, Roger (Sir)
L, R. (esq)
L, Roger L'Estrange (esq)
R. L, Roger L’Estrange (esq)
R. L. S (pseudonym)
R. L. S, Roger L’Estrange, Sir
Roger (the Fidler)
Roger the Fidler (pseudonym)
Aesopus, 6e E. v.Chr
Calder, Alexander (1898-1976)
Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43 f.Kr)
Erasmus, Desiderius (d. 1536)
Ésope (0620?-0560? av. J.-C.)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Quevedo, Francisco de (1580-1645)
Sare, Richard (Londen)
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus (ca. 4 B.C.-65 A.D.)
Sousa, António Alberto Marinho Duarte de (1896-1950)
[16th-17th century music MSS of the Oxford music school]
account of the growth of knavery under the pretended fears of arbitrary government and popery, An : with a parallel betwixt the reformers of 1677 and those of 1641 in their methods and designs.
Account of the growth of knavery, under the pretended fears of arbitrary government, and Popery. With a parallel betwixt the Reformers of 1677, and those of 1641, in their methods, and designs. In a letter to a friend, An
address to the free-men and free-holders of the nation., An
Answer to a letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of H. M. late gracious declaration of indulgence, by Sir Roger Lestrange,..., An
Answer to a seditious pamphlet entitled Eye-salve for the English Army, &c.
case put, concerning the succession of His Royal Highness the Duke of York., The
caveat to the cavaliers., A
Character of a papist in masquerade, supported by authority and experience, in answer to the character of a popish successor, by Roger L'Estrange, The
choice humorous and satirical works., The
Choix de fables extraites des meilleurs fabulistes anglais, L'Estrange, Dodsley, Aikin, Gay, Cowper, etc...
Citt and Bumpkin (1680)
Considerations and proposals in order to the regulation of the press ...
discourse of the fishery, A : briefly laying open, not only the advantages, and facility of the undertaking, but likewise the absolute necessity of it : asserted, and vindicated from all material objections
Discovery upon discovery, in defence of Dr Oates against B. W's libellous vindication of him, in his Additional discovery, and in justification of L'Estrange against the fame libell, in a letter to Dr Titus Oates, by Roger L'Estrange
dissenter's sayings, in requital for L'Estrange's sayings., The
Estrange no papist nor jesuite, discussed in a short discourse between Philo-L'Estrange and Pragmaticus. [By Roger L'Estrange.], L'
Estrange's case, in a civil dialogue betwixt Zekiel and Ephraim. [By Roger L'Estrange.], L'
Ezopovy basni s nravouchenīem i primi︠e︡chanīi︠a︡mi Rozher Letranzha.
Fables [and stories moralized being a 2nd part of the fables] of Aesop and other... mythologists... by sir Roger l'Estrange,...
fables d'Ésope et de plusieurs autres excellens mythologistes, Les
Fables of Æsop, according to Sir Roger L'Estrange.
Fables of Aesop and other eminent mythologists [Barlandus, Anianus, Abstemius, Poggius], with morals and reflexions, by sir Roger L'Estrange,...
fables of Æsop, based on the texts of L'Estrange and Croxall;, The
Five love-letters from a nun to a cavalier.
Freedom of the press: Sir Roger L'Estrange's tracts and others, 1660-1681.
Goodman Country to his worship the city of London.
Growth of knavery, The
Guide to eternity... 4th ed., A
guide to eternity: extracted out of the writings of the holy fathers and ancient philosophers., A
Histoire de la conspiration faite contre Charles II. du nom, roy d'Angleterre, et Jâques II. son frère...
Histoire de la conspiration faite contre Charles II & Jacques II
Historia delle guerre civili di Francia.
history of the life of Aesop, A
Interest mistaken, or the Holy cheat, proving, from the undeniable practises and positions of the Presbyterians, that the design of that party is to enflave both king and people under the masque of religion, by way of observation upon a treatise, intituled : "The Interest of England in the matter of religion, etc..." by Roger L'Estrange
Lestrange's Narrative of the plot, set forth for the edification of H. M. liege-people
Life of Josephys written by himself, The
Martyrdom of the Maccabees..., The
Morals by way of abstract
Morals of Seneca
No blinde guides, in answer to a seditious pamphlet of J. Milton's intitul.ed Brief notes upon a late sermon titl'd, the fear of God and the king.
No blinde guides, in answer to a seditious pamphlet of J. Milton's, intituled Brief notes upon a late sermon titl'd, The fear of God and the king;
No blinde guides, in answer to a seditious pamphlet of J. Milton's intituled : "Brief notes upon a sermon titl'd : the Fear of God and the King..."Addressed to the author
observator in dialogue, The
observator in question and answer, The
Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, The
Philo's embassy from the Jews of Alexandria to Caius Caligula...
Physician cure thy self, or, An answer to a seditious pamphlet entitled Eye-salve for the English army, &c. : written and publish'd for the information and benefit of the souldjery and to them directed, April 23, 1660.
Physician cure thyself
Posthumous works in prose and verse, written in the time of the civil wars and reigh of K. Charles II.
relaps'd apostate: or notes upon a presbyterian pamphlet, entituled, a petition for peace &c. wherein the faction and design are laid as open as heart can wish., The
reply to the reasons of the Oxford-clergy against addressing., A
Reply to the second part of "the Character of a popish successor", by Roger L'Estrange, A
seasonable memorial in some historical notes upon the liberties of the presse and pulpit, A : with the effects of popular petitions, tumults, associations, impostures, and disaffected common councils
Selections from the Observator (1681-1687)
Seneca's morals, by way of abstract... the 4th edition, to which is added a discourse, under the title of : an After thought, by Sir R. L'Estrange,...
Seneca's morals, by way of abstract : to which is added, a discourse under the title of An after thought : adorned with plates
Seneca's morals by way of abstract, to which is added a discourse under the title of An after-thought by Sir Roger L'Estrange, Knt.
Shammer shamm'd, in a plain discovery, under young tong's own hand, of a designe to trepann L'Estrange into a pretended subornation against the popish plot, by Roger L'Estrange, The
Short answer to a whole litter of libellers, by Roger L'Estrange, A
short view of some remarkable transactions, leading to the happy settlement of these nations under the government of our lawfull and gracious soveraign Charles the II., A
Spanish Decameron, or Ten novels... 3d edition, The
spanish decameron or ten novels viz the Rival ladies. Mistakes. Generous lover Libertine. Virgin captive Perfidious mistress. Me tamorphos'd lover. Impostor ont-witted. Amorous miser. Pretended alchymist. Made english by sir Roger Lestrange. The third edition, The
state and interest of the nation, with respect to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, discours'd at large;, The
To the right honorable Edward, earl of Clarendon, Lord High Chancellor of England, the humble apology of R- L'E-.
Toleration discuss'd, by Roger L'Estrange
triumphing English commanders, or, The rebells overthrow and utter desolation, 1685?:, The
Truth and loyalty vindicated from the reproches and clamours of Mr. Edward Bagshaw. : Together with a further discovery of the libeller himself and his seditious confederates.
Tully's Offices, in three books, turned out of Latin into English, by Ro. L'Estrange. The third edition...
Twenty four fables of Aesop and other eminent mythologists
Twenty two select colloquies, out of Erasmus Roterodamus; pleasantly representing several superstitious levities that were crept into the church of Rome in his days
Tyranny and popery, lording it over the consciences, liberties, and estates both of king and people [by Sir Roger L'Estrange]
visions of Dom Francisco de Quevedo Villegas ..., The
whipp for the schismaticall animadverter upon the bishop of Worcester's letter., A : With an answer to a second, and impudent libell from the same hand, entitled Some further animadversions &c.
word concerning libels and libellers, A
Works of Flavius Josephus. Translated into English by Sir Roger l'Estrange,... 1. The Life of Josephys written by himself. 2. The Antiquiteis of the Jews, in 20 books. 3. His book against Apion, in defence of the said Antiquities of the Jews, in 2 parts. 4. Their wars with the Romans, in 7 books. 5. The Martyrdom of the Maccabees... 6. Philo's embassy from the Jews of Alexandria to Caius Caligula... To which are prefixed 2 discourses... upon Josephus. The 7th edition..., The