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1593 Fiue hundreth pointes of good husbandrie as well for the champion or open countrie, as also for the woodland or seuerall, mixed in euerie month with huswiferie, ouer and besides the booke of huswiferie. Corrected, better ordered, and newlie augmented to a fourth part more, with diuers other lessons, as a diet for the farmer, of the properties of winds, planets, hops, hearbs, beés, and approoued remedies for sheépe and cattell, with manie other matters both profitable and not vnpleasant for the reader. Also a table of husbandrie at the beginning of this booke: and another of huswiferie at the end, for the better and easier finding of anie matter conteined in the same. Newlie set foorth by Thomas Tusser Gentleman. [1593] Tusser, Thomas, 1524?-1580. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1594 La second part de les reports, ou, commentaries, collectes & composes per Monseur Edmund Plowden vn apprentice del commen ley Ouesque vn table en fine de cest lieur, conteynant touts les principall cases, cibien de la primier part des Commentaries del dist Monsieur Plowden, come de cell second part de mesme lauthour. [1594] Plowden, Edmund, 1518-1585. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1595 Registrum omnium breuium, tam originalium, quàm iudicialium, correctum & emendatum ad vetus exemplar manuscriptum, cuius beneficio, à multis erroribus purgatum, ad vsus, quibus inseruit, redditur accomodatius [1595] Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1596 A collection of entrees, of declarations, barres, replications, reioinders, issues, verdits, iudgements, executions, proces, continuances, essoines, and diuers other matters. Newly amended, and much enlarged with many good presidents of latter time: whereof diuers are vpon diuers statutes, as is noted in the end of the table. The new presidents onely throughout the booke, as also their titles in the table, haue this marke [hand] set before them. And first an epistle, with certaine instructions necessary to be read for the redy finding of the matters in this booke [1596] Rastell, William, 1508?-1565. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1598 Speculi Britan[n]iæ pars the description of Hartfordshire by Iohn Norden. 1598] Norden, John, 1548-1625? Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1598. Dauids sling against great Goliah conteining diuers notable treatises, the names whereof folow next after the epistle to the reader: by E.H. [1598] Hutchins, Edward, 1558?-1629. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
15th Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation : proceedings : [PADS 2001] : 15-18 May, 2001, Lake Arrowhead, California c2001. Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation Lake Arrowhead, Calif.) 2001 : (15th : Book QA Online Snell Library
16 studies, [1974?] Janson, H. W. 1913-1982. (Horst Woldemar), Book N Online Snell Library
1601, and Is Shakespeare dead? 1996. Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Book PS Online Snell Library
1603. The vvonderfull yeare. Wherein is shewed the picture of London lying sicke of the Plague. ... [1603]. Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. Book PR Online Snell Library
1604. Fiue hundreth points of good husbandrie as well for the champion or open countrie, as also for the woodland or seuerall, mixed in euery month with huswiferie, ouer and besids the booke of huswiferie. Corrected, better ordered, [and] newly augmented to a fourth part more, with diuers other lessons, as a diet for the farmer, of the properties of winds, plants, hops, herbs, bees, and approued remedies for sheepe and cattell, with manie other matters both profitable and not vnpleasant for the reader. Also two tables, one of husbandrie and the other of huswiferie, at the end of the booke: for the better and easier finding of any matter contained in the same. Newlie set foorth by Thomas Tusser Gentleman. [1604] Tusser, Thomas, 1524?-1580. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1607 Lamentable newes out of Monmouthshire in VVales Contayning, the wonderfull and most fearefull accidents of the great ouerflowing of waters in the saide countye, drowning infinite numbers of cattell of all kinds, as sheepe, oxen, kine and horses, with others: together with the losse of many men, women and children, and the subuersion of xxvi parishes in Ianuary last 1607. [1607] Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1607. A true report of certaine wonderfull ouerflow[ings] of waters, now lately in Summerset-shire, Norfolke, and [other] places of England destroying many thousands of men, wome[n,] and children, ouerthrowing and bearing downe whole townes and villages, and drowning infinite numbers of sheepe and other cattle. [1607] Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1608 [Bill of mortality] from the [16 February] to the [23] 1608] Book HB Online Snell Library
1610. Fiue hundred points of good husbandry As well for the champion or open country, as also for the woodland or seuerall, mixed in euery moneth with huswifery, ouer and besides the booke of huswifery. Corrected, better ordered, and newly augmented, to a fourth part more, with diuers other lessons, as a diet for the farmer, of the properties of winds, plants, hops, herbes, bees and approued remedies for sheep and cattell, with many other matters, both profitable and not vnpleasant for the reader. Also two tables, one of husbandry, and the other of huswifery, at the end of the booke, for the better and easier finding out of any matter contained in the same. Newly set foorth by Thomas Tusser, Gentleman. [1610] Tusser, Thomas, 1524?-1580. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1639, almanack et prognosticon, sive, Speculum anni M.DC.XXXIX. being the third yeare after bissextile or leape-yeare : calculated for the meridian of the honourable citie of London [1639] Booker, John, 1603-1667. Book AY Online Snell Library
1650. The scripture-kalendar used by the prophets and apostles, and by our Lord Jesus Christ: (with our vulgar almanack:) explaining the accounts, measures, weights, coyns, customes, and language, of Gods ancient people, and of primitive Christians. ... By H.I a servant of Jesus Christ. [1650] Jessey, Henry, 1603-1663. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1651 At the committee of trustees for sale of the late Kings goods 1651] Book DA Online Snell Library
1654. Merlinus, Cambro-Britannus. Or the Brittish Merlin demonstrating the true revolution of the year, the mutation and state of weather, chronological observations of most notable concurrences past, to this present year 1654. Notes of husbandry. With many necessary tables, containing directions for such as use marts and fairs; also for travellers that coast the Commonwealth; with other notes of good consequence: and a table of interest after the rate of VI. per centum. Made and compiled by the lover of his country and art Schardamus Riders. Being the second after leap-year. 1654. Rider, Cardanus. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1658, Apollo Anglicanus the English Apollo : astronomically observing, and astrologically demonstrating those grand catastrophes, and superlative actions, designed by the heavens to be manifested in the world this present revolution : with necessary tables, of most useful consequence, fitting all persons in all conditions : a twofold kalender, viz. Julian or English, Gregorian or forraign computations, more plain and full then any other, with chronological observations : being the second after leap-year 1658. Saunders, Richard, 1613-1675. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1660 : the year of Restoration 1960. Morrah, Patrick. Book DA Online Snell Library
1661. The scripture-kalendar in use by the prophets and apostles, and by our Lord Jesus Christ (with our vulgar almanack:) explaining the accounts, measures, weights, coyns, customs, and language of God's ancient people, and of primitive Christians with I. A preface shewing the need, life, and benefit hereof, II. The heathen and scripture names, order of days and months, and why sabbaths lectures are hereput ... 1661. Jessey, Henry, 1603-1663. Book AY Online Snell Library
1673. An almanack of celestial motions for the year of the Christian era 1673 being second after leap year, and from the creation 5622, the vulgar notes ... calculated for the longitude of 315 gr. & North latitude 42 gr. 30 m. 1673. Hobart, Nehemiah, 1648-1712. Book AY Online Snell Library
1674. An almanack of coelestial motions viz. of the sun and planets, with some of their principal aspects, for the year of the Christian aera 1674 being (in our account) third after leap year, and from the creation 5623 ... calculated for the longitude of 315. gr. and 42. gr. 30. m. North latitude 1674. Sherman, John, 1613-1685. Book AY Online Snell Library
1675, Apollo Anglicanus the English Apollo : assisting all persons in the right understanding of this years revolution, as also of things past, present, and to come : with necessary tables plain and useful : a twofold kalendar, viz. Julian or English, Gregorian or forein computations, more plain and full than any other, with the sun and moons risings and settings, daily observ'd, with latitude, not in any other almanack : being the third after bissextile or leap-year : with a necessary useful discourse of the stars, planets and heavens 1675. Saunders, Richard, 1613-1675. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1677 Apollo Anglicanus the English Apollo: assisting all persons in the right understanding of this years revolution, as also of things past, present, and to come : with necessary tables plain and useful, a twofold kalendar, viz. Julian or English, Gregorian or forein computations, more plain and full than any other...being the first after bissextile or leap-year, with a necessary and useful discourse of th year 1677. Saunders, Richard, 1613-1675. Book AY Online Snell Library
1677. An almanack of cœlestial motions of the sun and planets with some of their principal aspects for year of the Christian æra 1677. Being in one account the second after leap-year and from the creation, 5626. ... Calculated for longitude 215. gr. and 42. gr. 30. min. of north latitude. By J.S. 1677. Sherman, John, 1613-1685. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1678. Apollo Anglicanus, the English Apollo: assisting all persons in the right understanding of this years revolution, as also of things past, present, and to come. With necessary tables plain and useful. A twofold kalendar, viz. Julian or English, Gregorian or forein computations, more plain and full than any other; with the sun and moons risings and settings daily observ'd, of general use for most men. Being the second after bissextile or leap-year. To which is added a short discourse of comets, and what accidents have succeeded them for some years past. By Richard Saunders student in the physical-cœlestial sciences. 1678. Saunders, Richard, 1613-1675. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1679, a yea and nay almanack for the people called by much of the world Quakers containing many needfull and necessary observations from the first day of the first month, till the last day of the twelfth month, a being the third after the bissextile or the leaping year : calculated properly for the meridian of the Bull and Mouth within Aldersgate, and may indifferently serve for any other meeting-house what or wheresoever. 1679. Winstanley, William, 1628?-1698. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1679, gratulamini mecum, or, A congratulatory essay upon His Majesties most happy recovery 1679. Whitehall, Robert, 1625-1685. Book PR Online Snell Library
The 168 days 1938. Alsop, Joseph, 1910-1989. Book KF Online Snell Library
1680, A yea and nay almanack for the people call'd by the men of the world Quakers containing many needfull and necessary observations from the first day of the first month, till the last day of the twelfth month, being the bissextile or leaping year : calculated properly for the meridian of the Bull and Mouth within Aldersgate, and may indifferently serve for any other meeting-house what or wheresoever. 1680. Winstanley, William, 1628?-1698. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1681, Apollo Anglicanus The English Apollo, assisting all persons in the right understanding of this years revolution, as also of things past, present and to come : with necessary tables plain and useful ... 1681. Saunders, Richard, 1613-1675. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1681. Astrological observations and predictions for the year of our Lord 1681 Wherein is briefly shewn the significations of the late comet, which was seen in December last, 1680. And what is signified by the eclipses and positions of the planets, in the figures of the four solar ingresses, &c. And what sorrowful times are approaching to the world, and what eminent changes are like to happen in most countries (from the influences of the three conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter in the fiery trigon, in 1682. and 1683.) Also monthly observations. For every month this present year. Briefly containing the most remarkable events that are likely to happen in some eminent citties in England, and in our neighbouring nations. By John Silvester. 1681. Silvester, John, 17th cent. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1683, Apollo Anglicanus The English Apollo, assisting all persons in the right understanding of this years revolution, as also of things past, present, and to come : with necessary tables plain and useful, a twofold kalendar ... being the third after bissextile or leap-year : to which is added short notes upon every day throughout the year, shewing (in a general way) good and bad days therein, also a modest vindication of the art of astrology ... 1683. Saunders, Richard, 1613-1675. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1684, Apollo Anglicanus the English Apollo, assisting all persons in the right understanding of this years revolution, as also of things past, present, and to come : with necessary tables plain and useful, a twofold kalendar, viz. Julian or English, gregorian or forein computations, more plain and full than any other, with the rising and setting of the sun, the nightly rising and setting of the moon, and also her southing, exactly calculated for every day, of general use for most men, being bissextile, or leap-year : to which is added short notes, shewing (in a general way) the good and bad days throughout the year ... calculated according to art and fitted to the meridian of Leicester, whose latitude in 52 degress, 41 minutes exactly fitting all the middle counties of England, and without sensible error the whole kingdom 1684. Saunders, Richard, 1613-1675. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1684. The Boston ephemeris An almanack for the year MDCLXXXIV. and of the worlds creation 5633. Oppidi inchoati, 55. Being the first after Leap-year ... Calculated for the meridian of Boston in New-Engl. where the North Pole is elevated 42 gr. 30 m. longitude 315 gr. 1684. Gillam, Benjamin. Book AY Online Snell Library
1686. The Boston ephemeris An almanack of coelestial motions of the sun & planets with some of the principal aspects for the year of the Christian era MDCLXXXVI. Being in our account the third after leap-year, and from the creation 5635 ... calculated for and fitted to the meridian of Boston in New-England, where the North Pole is elevated 42. gr. 21 m. 1686. Mather, Nathanael, 1669-1688. Book AY Online Snell Library
1694. An almanack of the coelestiall motions, aspects and eclipses, &c. for the year of our Lord God, MDCXCIV and of the world, 5643 Being the second after bissextile or leap year, and of the reign of Their Majesties William and Mary King and Queen of Great Britain, France, and Ireland. &c. (which began Feb 13, 1688,9) the sixth year. Calculated for the meridian of Boston in N. E. 69 deg. 20. min. to the Westward of London & 42 deg. 30. min. North latitude, but may indifferently serve the most part of New-England 1694. Brattle, William, 1662-1717. Book AY Online Snell Library
17 Junii, 1643. It is this day ordered by the Commons House of Parliament, that the high-constables of the severall hundreds in the counties of Berks, Buckingham, Middlesex, and Surrey, in whose divisions any sick and maymed souldiers of the Parliaments army are or shall be billeted ... 1643] England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. Book DA Online Snell Library
17 kings and 42 elephants 1987. Mahy, Margaret. Book PZ Online Snell Library
17 Martii, 1646. The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen and commons of the City of London in Common-Councel assembled, this day delivered to the honorable, the Commons assembled in Parliament With the answer of the honorable House of Commons thereunto. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this petition, with the answer, be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com. March 18. 1646. City of London (England). Court of Common Council. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1702. November 25. Clauses proposed for reducing the interest of the publick debts to five p[er] c[en]t p[er] annum ... [1702 November 25] Book HJ Online Snell Library
1776-1976 [i.e. Siebzehnhundertsechsundsiebzig bis neunzehnhundertsechsundsiebzig] : zweihundert Jahre deutsch-amerikanische Beziehungen = two hundred years of German-American relations : eine Dokumentation c1975. Book E Online Snell Library
1777, the year of the hangman c1977. Pancake, John S. Book E Online Snell Library
1789, the emblems of reason 1988, c1982. Starobinski, Jean. Book NX Online Snell Library
17F : the life of Ian Fleming 1993. McCormick, Donald, 1911-1998. Book PR Online Snell Library
17th International Conference on Information Technology-New Generations (ITNG 2020) 2020. International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations Las Vegas, Nev.) 2020 : (17th : Book QA Online Snell Library
18. October, 1648. A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the sequestring the estates both real and personal of delinquents, to be imployed for and towards the raising and maintaining of a troop of horse, for the service of the Parliament within the county of Surrey. 1648. England and Wales. Parliament. Book Unknown Online Snell Library
1811 dictionary of the vulgar tongue; a dictionary of buckish slang, university wit, and pickpocket eloquence. [1971] Grose, Francis, 1731?-1791. Book PE Online Snell Library

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