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1. Da Ming hui dian

大明會典

3. [Daphnis and Chloe] [describing the vveight of affection, the simplicitie of loue, the purport of honest meaning, the resolution of men, and disposition of Fate, finished in a pastorall, and interlaced with the praises, of a most peerlesse princess, wonderfull in maiestie, and rare in perfection, celebrated within the same pastorall, and therefore termed by the name of The shepheards holidaie. / By Angell Daye.]

4. Daphnis and Chloe excellently describing the vveight of affection, the simplicitie of loue, the purport of honest meaning, the resolution of men, and disposition of fate, finished in a pastorall, and interlaced with the praises of a most peerlesse preincesse, wonderfull in maiestie, and rare in perfection, celebrated within the same pastorall, and therefore termed by the name of the shepheards holidaie. by Angell Daye. Altior fortuna virtus

13. De termino Michaelis anno decimo Henrici sexti

15. De termino Michaelis, anno secundo Richardi tertij

16. A declaration exhibited to the French king, by hys Court of Parlyament concerning the holy League Whereunto is adioyned: an aduertisement to the three estates of Fraunce, comprehending a true report of such occurrences as haue passed betweene the house of Guize, in fauour of the holy League: and the king of Nauarre & his adherents for their necessarie defence. Faithfully translated out of French

17. A defence of the godlie ministers, against the slaunders of D. Bridges, contayned in his ansvvere to the preface before the discourse of ecclesiasticall gouernement with a declaration of the bishops proceeding against them. Wherein chieflie, 1 The lawfull authoritie of her Maiestie is defended by the Scriptures, her lawes, and authorised interpretation of them, to be the same which we haue affirmed, against his cauilles and slaunders to the contrarie. 2 The lawfull refusinge also of the ministers to subscribe, is maintayned by euident groundes of Gods worde, and her Maiesties lawes, against his euident wresting of both. 3 Lastlie, the forme of Church-gouernement, which we propounde, is according to his demaunde sillogisticallie proued to be ordinarie, perpetuall, and the best

18. A defence of the gouernment established in the Church of Englande for ecclesiasticall matters Contayning an aunswere vnto a treatise called, The learned discourse of eccl. gouernment, otherwise intituled, A briefe and plaine declaration concerning the desires of all the faithfull ministers that haue, and do seeke for the discipline and reformation of the Church of Englande. Comprehending likewise an aunswere to the arguments in a treatise named The iudgement of a most reuerend and learned man from beyond the seas, &c. Aunsvvering also to the argumentes of Caluine, Beza, and Danæus, with other our reuerend learned brethren, besides Cænaiis and Bodinus, both for the regiment of women, and in defence of her Maiestie, and of all other Christian princes supreme gouernment in ecclesiasticall causes ... Aunsvvered by Iohn Bridges Deane of Sarum