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2. Parabolæ siue Similia Des. Eras. Rot. ex diligenti auctorum collatione nouissimum regognita, cum vocabulorum aliquot non ita vulgarium explicatione. Accesserunt annotationes longè vtilissime, vna cum indice, quæ adolescentia vsum manifestè commonstrabunt, auctore Ioanne Artopæo Spirense. Similitudines aliæ etiam collectaneæ ex Cicerone, aliisque scriptoribus additæ

4. A path-vvay to military practise Containinge offices, lawes, disciplines and orders to be obserued in an army, with sundry stratagems very beneficiall for young gentlemen, or any other that is desirous to haue knowledge in martiall exercises. Whereunto is annexed a kalender of the imbattelinge of men: newlie written by Barnabe Rich souldiour, seruaunt to the right honorable Sir Christopher Hatton Knight. Perused and allowed

5. Penelopes vveb vvherein a christall myrror of fæminine perfection represents to the viewe of euery one those vertues and graces, which more curiously beautifies the mynd of women, then eyther sumptuous apparell, or iewels of inestimable valew: the one buying fame with honour, the other breeding a kynd of delight, but with repentance. In three seuerall discourses also are three especiall vertues, necessary to be incident in euery vertuous woman, pithely discussed: namely obedience, chastitie, and sylence: interlaced with three seuerall and comicall histories. By Robert Greene Maister of Artes in Cambridge

7. Peters fall Two sermons vpon the historie of Peters denying Christ, wherein we may see the causes of mans falling from God, and the maner how: both of the wicked thorow incredulitie, and of the godly by infirmitie: and also the way that God hath set downe in his word to rise againe

8. The petie schole with an English orthographie, wherin by rules lately prescribed is taught a method to enable both a childe to reade perfectly within one moneth, & also the vnperfect to write English aright. Hereto are newly added 1. verie necessary precepts & patterns of writing the secretary & romaine hands, 2. to number by letters, and figures, 3. to cast accomptes, &c.

14. A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good councell. And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good exercises. Made by Vlpian Fulwel. Fiue may easily play this enterlude. ...

15. The pleasauntest workes of George Gascoigne Esquyre newlye compyled into one volume, that is to say: his flowers, hearbes, weedes, the fruites of warre, the comedie called Supposes, the tragedie of Iocasta, the Steele glasse, the complaint of Phylomene, the storie of Ferdinando Ieronimi, and the pleasure at Kenelworth Castle

16. The popes canons vvherein the venerable and great masters of the Romish Church are confuted in these ten discourses following, with diuers other matters, as appeareth in the page next ensuing. Of the holy Supper. Of the one onely Mediator. Of Purgatory. Of the Councell of Tollete. Of the confession vnto God. Of the Church. Of freewill. Of mariage and vowes. Of fasting and meates. Of images. Written in the French tongue by Theodore de Beza, and translated into English by T. S. Gentleman. ...Seene and allowed according to the order appoynted in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions