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  1. Ens, Gaspar, 1570-1650. (4)
  2. Ens, Gaspar, b. ca. 1570. (6)
  3. Ensom, William, 1796-1832, printmaker. (4)
  4. Enter certain Reapers, properly habited [graphic] / Arthur Rackham. (1)
  5. Enter into thy closet: or, A method and order for private devotion. With an appendix concerning the frequent and holy use of the Lords Supper (2)
  6. Enter Maria and clown, Maria: "Nay, either tell me where thou hast been..." Twelfth night or what you will, act 1,sc. 5 [graphic]. (1)
  7. Enter several strange shapes, bringing in a banquet ... inviting the King, etc., to eat. [The tempest] III. iii. 19 [graphic] / Arthur Rackham. (1)
  8. Entertainment at Oxford. for the Polish Prince Palatine of Siradia, Albertus Alasco. (2)
  9. Entrance into that most noble public charity and admirable medical establishment Guy's Hospital [graphic] / Elmes Archtr, Delt. ; W. Woolnoth, Sculpt. (1)
  10. Entretiens sur la pluralite�� des mondes. (1)
  11. Enys, Francis, 1753-1821, former owner. (4)
  12. Epernon, Jean-Louis de Nogaret de La Valette, duc d', 1554-1642. (1)
  13. Ephemeris: or, A diary astronomical, astrological, meteorological, for the year of our Lord, 1688. It being the bissextile, or leap-year. Containing I. A compleat ephemeris in both accounts. II. The several luminarian eclipses. III. The solar quarterly ingresses. IV. Some modest astrological pr�dictions. Cum multis aliis, &c. By Jonh [sic] Gadbury, student in physick and astrology. Cum privilegio & gratia Regi� Majestatis. (24)
  14. Ephemeris: or, A diary astronomical, astrological, meteorological, for the year of our Lord, 1688. It being the bissextile, or leap-year. Containing I. A compleat ephemeris in both accounts. II. The several luminarian eclipses. III. The solar quarterly ingresses. IV. Some modest astrological pr�dictions. Cum multis aliis, &c. By Jonh [sic] Gadbury, student in physick and astrology. Cum privilegio & gratia Regi� Majestatis. || Miscellaneous collection of receipts [manuscript] (1)
  15. Ephesus, restoration of the great temple of Diana, from the lake ... Comedy of errors, act 2, scene 2 [graphic] / drawn by G.F. Sargent ; engraved by James Carter. (1)
  16. Ephēmeris: or, A diary astronomical, and meteorological, for the year of our Lord 1675. With predictions, and experiments, astrological. Written and made by John Gadbury, student in Physick and Astrology. (3)
  17. Ephraem, Syrus, Saint, 303-373. (2)
  18. Epicedium Cantabrigiense, in obitum immaturum, semperq[ue] deflendum, Henrici, illustrissimi Principis Walliae, &c. (3)
  19. Epicedium, a funerall song, vpon the vertuous life, and godly death, of the right vvorshipfull the Lady Helen Branch. (18)
  20. Epicurus. (3)