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Ce 6–3346 recording the revolutions it has undergone; - Vol. XIX.' The private diary of Dr. John Dee, the wars in which it has been engaged, etc., and the catalogue of his library of manufrom the landing of Julius Caesar to the com- scripts. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. L., 1842. 4° mencement of the reign of George III. L.,

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Ce 6-3347 England, and the finall recoverye of his king-| – Vol. XXII. The diary of T. Cartwright, bishop domes from Henry VI., 1471. Ed. by J. Bruce of Chester, from Aug. 1686 to Oct. 1687. Ed. L., 1838. 4°

Ce 9-16011 by Joseph Hunter. L., 1843. 4° Ce 6-3314 – Vol. II. Kynge Johan. A play in two parts. - Vol. XXIII. Original letters of eminent literary By John Bale. Ed. by J. P. Collier

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Ce 9–16012 - Vol. III. Alliterative poem on the deposition of

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Ce 6–3320 – Vol. xxx. The Thornton romances. The

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Ce 6-3323 – Vol. XXXIII. Letters from James, earl of Perth,

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Ce 6-3324 - Vol. XXXIV. ' De antiquis legibus liber. Cronica

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Ce 6–3325 – Vol. xxxv. "The chronicle of Calais, in the

reigns of Henry VII. and Henry VIII, to the year 1540. Ed. by J. G. Nichols. L., 1846. 40

Ce 6-3326 – Vol. XXXVI. 'Polydore Vergil's English history,

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by Sir H. Ellis L., 1846. 4° Ce 6-3327 – Vol. XXXVII. A relation, or rather a true ac

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Charlotte A. Sneyd. L., 1847. 4° Ce 6–3328 – Vol. XXXVIII. Documents relating to the foun

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I. Register and chronicle of the Abbey of Aberconway. Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, in 1470. Bull of Innocent VIII. on the marriage of Henry VII. with Elizabeth of York. Journal of the siege of Rouen in 1591. Letter of George Fleetwood, describing the battle of Lutzen and death of Gustavus Adolphus. Diary of Dr. E. Lake, chaplain and tutor to the princesses Mary and Anne, 1677 -1678. L., 1847. 4°

Ce 6-3330 - Vol. XL. A commentary of the services and

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de Malpus Grey Egerton. L.,1847. 4. Ce 6–3331 – Vol. XLI. Diary of Walter Yonge, esq., written

at Colyton and Axminster, county Devon, from 1604 to 1628. Ed. by G. Roberts. L., 1848. 4.

Ce 6-3332 - Vol. XLII. The diary of Henry Machyn, citizen

and merchant taylor of London, from 1550 to 1563. Ed. by J. G. Nichols. L., 1848. 4°

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Ce 6-3334 - Vol. XLIV. The obituary of Richard Smyth,

secondary of the poultry compter, London: being a catalogue of all such persons as he knew in their life, from 1627 to 1674. Ed. by Sir H. Ellis. L., 1849. 40

Ce 6–3335 - Vol. XLV. Certaine considerations upon the

government of England, by Sir Roger Twysden. Ed. by J. M. Kemble. L., 1849. 4°

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Ce 6–3337 Vol. XLVII. Chronicon Petroburgense. Curante Thoma Stapleton. L., 1849. 4°

Ce 6-3338 – Vol. XLVIII. 'The chronicle of queen Jane, and

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Ce 6-3339 - Vol. XLIX. Wills and inventories from the re

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by Sam. Tymms. L., 1850. 4° Ce 6-3340 – Vol. L. Gualteri Mapes de nugis curialium dis

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Ce 6-3341 – Vol. LI. The pylgrimage of Sir Richard Guyl

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Ce 6-3342 – Vol. LII. Moneys received and paid for secret

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Ce 6–3346 – Vol. LVI. Leiters and papers of the Verney fam

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Ce 9-16017 – Vol. LVII. Ancren Riwle; a treatise on the rules

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and notes by T. T. Lewis . Ce 9-16019 _ Vol LIX. A roll of the household expenses of

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Ce 9–16020 – Vol. LX. Grants, etc., from the crown during

the reign of Edward the fifth, from the original docket-book MS., Ilarl, 433, and two speeches for opening parliament, by John Russell, bp. of London. With an introduction by J.G. Nichols

Ce 9-16021 Vol. LXI. The Camden miscellany, v. 3 ; con

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Camden society, continued. in the Bodleian library; a relation of abuses letters of state written by him, now first pubcommitted against the commonwealth, 1629; lished from the MSS. in the state paper office. inventory of the wardrobe, plate,

etc., of Henry With an appendix of documents relating to his Fitzroy, duke of Richmond and Somerset; and connection with the Powell family. Collected an inventory of the wardrobe, etc., of Kath- and edited, with the permission of the master of

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Ce 9-16037 – Vol. LXIV. An English chronicle of the reigns - Vol. LXXVII. Narratives of the days of the

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Ce 9–16025 an appendix containing papers illustrative of – Vol. LXV. The knights hospitallers in England; transactions between king James and Robert,

being the report of prior Philip de Thame to earl of Essex. Ed. by J. Bruce Ce 9-16039 the grand master Élyan de Villanova for A. – Vol. LXXIX. Letters written by John ChamberD. 1338. Ed. by the Rev. L. B. Larking, with lain during the reign of Elizabeth. Ed. by S. an introduction by J. M. Kemble Ce 9–16026 Williams. L., 1861. 4°

Ce 9-16040 Vol. LXVI. Diary of John Rous, incumbent of - Vol. LXXX. Proceedings principally in the

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Ce 9-16042 Ed. with notes and an appendix, and some - Vol. LXXXII. Lists of foreign protestants and account of the author and his family, by R. aliens resident in England, 1618–88. Ed. by Caulfield. L., 1857. 4°

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Ce 9-16044 inal documents relating to the manors and - Vol. LXXXIV.

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Ce 9–16046 – Vol. LXX. Liber famelicus of Sir James White- Vol. LXXXVI. Letters of queen Margaret of

locke, a judge of the court of king's bench in Anjou and bishop Beckington and others in the reigns of James I. and Charles I., now first the reigns of Henry V. and Henry VI. Ed. by published from the original manuscript. Ed. C. Monro. L., 1863. 4°

Ce 9-16047 by J. Bruce. L., 1858. 4° Ce 9–16031 – Vol. LXXXVII. The Camden miscellany. v. 5. – Vol. LXXI. Saville correspondence. Letters to Five letters of king Charles II.; Letter of the

and from Henry Saville, esq., including letters council to Sir Thomas Lake, relating to the from his brother George, marques of Halifax. proceedings of Sir Edward Coke at Oatlands; Printed from a manuscript belonging to his and, documents relating to Sir Walter Raleigh's grace the duke of Devonshire, and from origi- last voyage; A catalogue of early English misnals in her majesty's state paper office. Ed. by cellanies, formerly in the Harleianlibrary; W. D. Cooper. L., 1858.40 Ce 9-16032

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