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  1. Etymologicon linguæ Anglicanæ ... (1)
  2. Euclid. (9)
  3. Eucolpius. (1)
  4. Eudes, publisher. (1)
  5. Eudocie, (Augusta) (3)
  6. Euery man in his humor. (1)
  7. Eugenie LeGrand [graphic] / Naegeli. (2)
  8. Eugenie Webb (Mrs. Frank Peters) [graphic] / Hall's Studio. (1)
  9. Euphues. The anatomie of vvit. Verie pleasant for all gentlemen to reade, and most necessarie to remember. Wherein are contained the delights that wit followeth in his youth, by the pleasantnesse of loue: and the happinesse he reapeth in age, by the perfectnesse of wisedome. By Iohn Lylie, master of art. (2)
  10. Euphues. The anatomy of vvit : Very pleasant for all gentlemen to reade, and most necessary to remember. wherein are conteined the delightes that wit followeth in his youth, by the pleasantnesse of loue, and the happinesse he reapeth in age, by the perfectnesse of wisedome. By Iohn Lylly Master of Art. (4)
  11. Euphues. The anatomy of vvit Verie pleasant for all gentlemen to reade... (1)
  12. Euphues. The anatomy of wit. Verie pleasant for all gentlemen to reade, and most necessarie to remember. Wherein are contained the delights that wit followeth in his youth, by the pleasantnes of loue: and the happinesse he reapeth in age, by the perfectnes of wisdome. By Iohn Lilie, Master of Art. (2)
  13. Eurēka, Eurēka. The virtuous woman found her loss bewailed, and character exemplified in a sermon preached at Felsted in Essex, April, 30, 1678. : At the funeral of that most excellent lady the right honourable, and eminently religious and charitable Mary, Countess Dowager of Warwick, the most illustrious pattern of sincere piety, and solid goodness this age hath produced. With so large additions as may be stiled the life of that noble lady. To which are annexed some of her ladyships pious and useful meditations. By Anthony Walker, D.D. and rector of Fyfield in the same county. (8)
  14. EURIPIDE. Tragoediae, quae hodie extant, omnes, Latine soluta oratione redditae, ita ut versus versui respondeat. E praelectionibus Philippi Melanthonis. Cum praefatione Guilielmi Xylandri Augustani … (1)
  15. Euripides' Medea: the final scene: Medea in the dragon chariot (1)
  16. Euripides, author. (4)
  17. Euripides. (2)
  18. Euripidis tragoediae duae, Hecuba, & Iphigenia in Aulide / Latinae factae, Des. Erasmo Roterodamo interprete. (1)
  19. Europa Film. (2)
  20. Europae speculum. Or, A view or survey of the state of religion in the westerne parts of the world. : Wherein the Romane religion, and the pregnant policies of the Church of Rome to support the same, are notably displayed: with some other memorable discoveries and commemorations. Published according to the authors originall copie, and acknowledged by him for a true copie. (1)