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  1. English soldiers of the 13th century [graphic] / [James Robinson Planché]. (1)
  2. English villaniessix severall times prest to death by the printers; but (still reviving againe) are now the seventh time, (as at first) discovered by lanthorne and candle-light, and the helpe of a new cryer, called O-per-se-O: vvhose lowd voyce proclaimes (2)
  3. English-men for my money: or, A pleasant comedy, called, A woman will haue her will. (3)
  4. engraved armorial bookplate of Bridgewater Library (motto "sic donec") (and with Bridgewater arms stamped on cover) (1)
  5. Engraved armorial bookplate of Bridgewater Library (motto "sic donec") (John Egerton, 2nd Earl of Bridgewater arms on cover). (2)
  6. engraved armorial bookplate of Brocket Hall; engraved armorial bookplate with "Panshanger" printed at bottom (i.e. Earl of Cowper copy); acq. by the Folger Library from T. Thorpe, 5/5/54 (1)
  7. Engraved armorial bookplate of Ephraim Carroll (motto "in fide et in bello fortes"); bought from Charles Traylen, 28 March 1955, 37:1292. (2)
  8. Engraved armorial bookplate of Howard C. Levis (motto "Deo juvante"). (3)
  9. Engraved armorial bookplate of Hugh Cecil, earl of Lonsdale. (7)
  10. Engraved armorial bookplate of Marques [Marquis] of Tweeddale (motto "spare nought"). (2)
  11. engraved armorial bookplate of Sir John Leveson Gower of Trentham; on front cover gilt-stamped in central panel arms of the Duke of Sutherland (motto "honi soit qui mal y pense") (3)
  12. Engraved armorial bookplate signed: H. Hays sc. 168 Regent St. Provenance: engraved armorial bookplate of Baron Northwick (motto "par ternis suppar"); bookplate of Armida Maria-Theresa and Harris Dunscombe Colt; Folger Library gift of Mrs. H. Dunscombe Colt. (4)
  13. engraved bookplate of E. D. Church; armorial bookplate of Walker Thomas Wallace (motto "sperandum est esperance"); engraved bookplate of James Cox Brady; Folger Shakespeare Library gift from Mrs. Charles Engelhard, Jr. in memory of Joseph Verner Reed (1)
  14. Engraved for the complete English traveller, view of Eaton-College, in Buckinghamshire [graphic]. (1)
  15. Engraved for the Monthly miscellany, Mr. Grist in the character of Othello...[in Shakespeare's Othello] [graphic]. (1)
  16. Engraved for the Universal magazine, John Hughes esqr [graphic]. (1)
  17. Engraved hasp (detail), STC 12147 c.2. (1)
  18. Engraved plate (detail), B2569.5 (1)
  19. Engraved Shipping Form (1)
  20. Enoch Zeeman [graphic] / seipse pinxt. ; W. Raddon, sc. (1)