A catalogue of some books in the possession of H. Jadis

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Page 18 - It is called ^A discourse of the navigation which the Portugales doe make to the Realmes and Provinces of the East partes of the worlde, and of the knowledge that growes by them of the great thinges, which are in the dominion of China.
Page 43 - An Index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakespeare, calculated to point out the different meanings to which the words are applied, by Samuel Ayscough, 1 vol.
Page 18 - A True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman that (being cast away in the good Ship called the...
Page 32 - Newly imprinted and enlarged to almost as much againe as it was, according to the true and perfect Coppie.
Page 33 - The first part of the true and honourable History of the Life of Sir John Oldcastle, the good Lord Cobham," came out, on the titlepage of which the name of William Shakespeare appeared at length.
Page 47 - SHAKSPEARE AND HIS TIMES, Including the Biography of the Poet, Criticisms on his Genius and Writings, a new Chronology of his Plays, and a History of the Manners, Customs, and Amusements, Superstitions, Poetry, and Literature of the Elizabethan Ers.
Page 6 - Description exacte de tout ce qui s'est passe" dans les guerres entre le roy d'Angleterre, le roy de France, les estats des provinces unies du Pays-bas et 1'evesque de Munster.
Page 24 - A True Journal of the Sally Fleet, with the proceedings of the voyage, Published by John Dunton, London, Mariner, Master of the Admirall call'd the Leopard ; whereunto is annexed a List of Sally Captives names, and the places where they dwell, and a description of the three Townes in a Card.
Page 32 - The Tragedie of King Richard the Second : with new additions of the Parliament Sceane, and the deposing of King Richard.
Page 8 - Extracts from the Press; a Newspaper published in the Capital of Ireland during part of the years 1797 and 1798, including numbers sixty-eight and sixty-nine, which were suppressed by order of the Irish Government, before the usual time of publication, Philadelphia ; printed by William Duane, Aurora Office, 1802".

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