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1. Barnabae Brissonii, regii in Gallia consistorii consiliarii, amplissimique senatus Parisiensis, praesidis, lexicon iuris : siue de verborum quae ad ius pertinent significatione libri XIX : cum appendice praetermissarum quarundam vocum, & Parergon libro singulari

6. The blessednes of Brytaine, or A celebration of the Queenes holyday conteining, a breefe rehersall, of the inestimable benefits, generally had & enioyed, not only all England ouer, but also in forrein partes, through the gracious bountie, and incomparable blessed rule of our royall Queene Elizabeth. Composed, and set foorth, in due reuerence, & ioyfull memoriall, of her Maiesties present entrance into the thirtieth yeere of her most triumphant raigne, with hartie prayer, for the long continuing, and prosperous preseruing of the same: by Maurice Kyffin. Published with authoritie

11. A breefe treatise, called Caryes farewell to physicke newlie imprinted and augmented wherein are to be found diuerse rare and speciall helps for manie ordinarie diseases. Hereto be adioined three staies of health, with the hammer for the stone. Published by Walter Cary, for the common vse and benefit of his countrie

12. The breuiarie of health vvherin doth folow, remedies, for all maner of sicknesses & diseases, the which may be in man or woman. Expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisick and chirurgerie. Compyled by Andrew Boord, Doctor of phisicke: an English-man

16. A briefe discouse of the merueylous victorie gotten by the king of Nauarre, against those of the holy League, on the twentieth of October 1587 Both in English, and in French as it was printed in Fraunce. Whereunto is added as soone as it came to my hand since the first impression, the true copie of a letter sent by the king of Nauarre to his secretary at Rochil, aswel in confirmation of the victorie against the Duke Ioyeuse, as also the ouerthrow that the Switzers gaue to the Duke of Guise

19. By the Queene. : A proclamation for reforming of the deceipts in diminishing the value of the coines of gold currant within the Queenes Maiesties dominions, and for remedying the losses that might growe by receiuing thereof being diminished..

20. By the Queene. A proclamation for reforming of the deceipts in diminishing the value of the coines of gold currant within the Queenes Maiesties dominions, and for remedying the losses that might growe by receiuing thereof being diminished