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Page 10 - A Chronological Genealogical and Historical Dissertation of the Royal Family of the Stuarts, Beginning with Milesius the stock of those they call the Milesian Irish, and of the old Scotish Race ; and ending with his present Majesty K.
Page 13 - The || Travels || of || Marco Polo, || a Venetian, || in the Thirteenth Century : || being a || Description, by that early traveller, || of || remarkable places and things, || in || the || Eastern Parts of the World. || Translated from the Italian, || with || Notes, || by William Marsden, FRS, &c.
Page 37 - Academic, wherein is discoursed the institution of maners, and whatsoever els concerneth the good and happie life of all estates and callings, by precepts of doctrine, and examples of the lives of ancient sages and famous men.
Page 2 - ANE DETECTIOUN OF THE DUINGES OF MARIE QUENE OF SCOTTES, touchand the murder of hir husband, and hir conspiracie, adulterie, and pretensed mariage with the Erie Bothwell, And ane defence of the trew Lordis, mainteineris of the Kingis graces actioun and authoritie. Translatit out of the Latine quhilke was written by GB With oval portrait of Mary Queen of Scots by G.
Page 23 - MONUMENTAL EFFIGIES of Great Britain; consisting of Etchings from Figures executed by the Sculptor, and introduced into our Cathedrals and Churches as Memorials for the Dead ; from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of Henry VIII. Drawn and etched by CA STOTHARD, Jun.
Page 51 - ELOÍSA en Dishabille, being a new Version of that Lady's celebrated Epistle to Abelard, done into familiar English Metre, by a Lounger.
Page 94 - The Muses Threnodie or Mirthfull Mourning on the Death of Master Gall. Containing varietie of pleasant poeticall descriptions, morall instructions, historical narrations and divine observations, with the most remarkable antiquities of Scotland, especially at Perth
Page 14 - Survey of St. Asaph, considerably enlarged and brought down to the present time ; with the...
Page 114 - Contrived and written in this last time of vacation, and now first published and committed to printing, this present month of mery May. By Guillam de Warrino. — Imprinted at London by Richard Jhones, dwelling over against the signe of the Faulcon, neere Holburne Bridge. 1581.
Page 13 - Siden, a worthy person, who, together with many others, was cast upon those coasts, and lived many years in that country; London: printed for Henry Burne, at the Gun, at the West End of St.

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