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  1. Eglisham, George, fl. 1612-1642. (18)
  2. Egnazio, Giovanni Battista, approximately 1478-1553. (1)
  3. Egnazio, Giovanni Battista, ca. 1478-1553. (4)
  4. Eichorn, Andreas, 1553-1615, printer. (1)
  5. Eidson, Mr., of Magdalen, fl. 1605. (1)
  6. Eigentliche Abbildung Königlicher Majestäten in Engeland, Schott- vnd Irrland etc. / [signed A. Khol. f[ecit].] (1)
  7. Eight blank flyleaves and a single squiggle combed marble paper flyleaf and paste-down in red, yellow, and blue colors. (3)
  8. Eight bookes of the Peloponnesian Warre written by Thucydides the sonne of Olorus. Interpreted with faith and diligence immediately out of the Greeke by Thomas Hobbes secretary to ye late Earle of Deuonshire (6)
  9. Eight bookes of the Peloponnesian Warre… (1)
  10. Eight drawings of Kemble in various roles, Hamlet, Shylock, Mercutio, Macbeth, Cassio, Stranger in Kotzebue's The stranger, Leon in Beaumont and Fletcher's Rule a wife, and have a wife, and as himself in 1840 [graphic] / [Richard James Lane]. (8)
  11. Eight flyleaves. The outermost are laminated to a green paper used as the paste-down. (1)
  12. Eight illustrations to Shakespeare's Tempest... (1)
  13. Eight page section sewn at the front and back with four pages torn out at the front. No paste-downs. (2)
  14. Eight page signatures sewn at the front and back using one as pastedown, sewn with green silk visible in the joint. (2)
  15. Eight ruled blank flyleaves and a separate ruled paste-down. (1)
  16. Eighteen sermons : whereof fifteen preached before the King. The rest upon publick occasions. By Richard Allestry D.D. and Chaplaine to His Majesty. (4)
  17. Eikon alethine. The pourtraiture of truths most sacred majesty truly suffering, though not solely. (3)
  18. Eikon basilike (1)
  19. Eikon basilike. The pourtraicture of His sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings. (1)
  20. Eikonoklaste¯s in answer to a book intitl'd Eiko¯n basilike¯, the portrature of his Sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings… (1)