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England, O-Englands

 
  1. England, Oxford (16)
  2. England, Oxford? (1)
  3. England. (192)
  4. England. College of Arms. Garter King of Arms. (1)
  5. England. Lord Privy Seal. (2)
  6. England. Sovereign (1483-1485 : Richard III) (2)
  7. England? (55)
  8. Englands Elisabeth : her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crown; historically laid open and interwoven with such eminent passages of state, as happened under the reigne of Henry 8, Edvvard 6, Q. Mary; all of them aptly introducing to the present relation. By Th. Heyvvood. (6)
  9. Englands Elizabeth: her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crowne. (2)
  10. Englands Elizabeth: her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crowne. Historically laid open and interwouen with such eminent passages of state, as happened vnder the reigne of Henry the Eight, Edvvard the Sixt, Q. Mary; all of t (1)
  11. Englands Elizabeth: her life and troubles, during her minoritie, from the cradle to the crowne. Historically laid open and interwouen with such eminent passages of state, as happened vnder the reigne of Henry the Eight, Edvvard the Sixt, Q. Mary; all of them aptly introducing to the present relation. By Tho: Heywood. (1)
  12. Englands grievance discovered, in relation to the coal-trade... (1)
  13. Englands grievance discovered, in relation to the coal-trade: with the map of the river of Tine, and situation of the town and corporation of Nevvcastle ... (1)
  14. Englands Helicon. Casta placent superis, pura cum veste venite, et manibus puris sumite fontis aquam. (229)
  15. Englands Helicon. Or The Muses harmony. (145)
  16. Englands heroicall epistles (3)
  17. Englands heroicall epistles. (1)
  18. Englands heroicall epistles. Nevvly corrected. VVith Idea. By Michaell Drayton. (1)
  19. Englands mourning garment: worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. ... (53)
  20. Englands mourning garment: worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. To the which is added the true manner of her emperiall funerall. With many new additions, being now againe the second time reprinted, which was omitted in the first impression. After which followeth the shepheards spring-song, for entertainment of King Iames our most potent soueraigne. ... (1)