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Merchant of Venice, V-Mercu

 
  1. Merchant of Venice, V, 1, "How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank, where will we sit and let the sounds of musick [sic] creep in our ears" [graphic] / [John James Chalon]. (1)
  2. Merchant of Venice, V, 1, "The moon sleeps with Endymion and would not be awakened" [graphic] / [John James Chalon]. (1)
  3. Merchant of Venice, V, 1, Lorenzo and Jessica, Lor.: "The moon shines bright" [graphic] / J.E. Buckley. (1)
  4. Merchant of Venice. Act IV, Scene I ["The Jew shall have all justice"] [graphic] / Henry J. Haley. (1)
  5. Merchant of Venice. Tarry a little, Jew, said Portia, this bond here gives you no drop of blood [graphic] / Louis Rhead. (1)
  6. Merchant of Venice: "Behold There stand the caskets," act 2, scene 9 [graphic] / Thurston del. ; Rhodes sculp. (1)
  7. Merchant of Venice: Shylock (1)
  8. Mercier, Emile, 1855-1910, publisher. (1)
  9. Mercier, Emile, 1855-1910. (2)
  10. Mercure historique et politique. English. The present state of Europe: or, The historical and political mercury, containing all the publick and private occurrences, civil, ecclesiastical and military, that are most considerable in ever court ... for the month of July, 1691 (8)
  11. Mercure historique et politique. English. The present state of Europe: or, The historical and political mercury, containing all the publick and private occurrences, civil, ecclesiastical and military, that are most considerable in ever court ... for the month of September, 1691 (6)
  12. Mercurius Anglicanus; or The English Mercury: being a compleat diary for the year of our Lord, 1696. Being bissextile or leap-year containing monthly predictions; the old Roman or pagan kalendar, with the Gregorian or new account: the equation of time, for the regulating of pendulum clocks and watches: an exact tyde-table, giving an account of the times of high water, more correct and full than others; with several varieties of publick use. The like not extant. By George Parker, student in physick and astrology. (2)
  13. Mercurius anti-pramaticvs: Communicating some remarkable intelligence, from... (1)
  14. Mercurius Aquaticus, or, The vvater-poets ansvver to all that hath or shall be writ by Mercurius Britanicus... (1)
  15. Mercurius botanicus. Sive Plantarum gratiâ suscepti itineris, anno M. DC. XXXIV. descriptio. Cum earum nominibus Latinis, & Anglicis, &c. Huic accessit de thermis Bathonicis tractatus. (4)
  16. Mercurius botanicus. Sive Plantarum gratiâ suscepti itineris, anno M. DC. XXXIV. descriptio. Cum earum nominibus Latinis, & Anglicis, &c. Huic accessit de thermis Bathonicis tractatus. (4)
  17. Mercurius britanicus; communicating the affaires af Great Britaine: for the better information of the people. (1)
  18. Mercurius elencticus. Communicating the unparallell'd proceedings at Westminster, the head-quarters, and other places; discovering their designes, reproving their crimes, and advising the kingdome. (1)
  19. Mercurius hibernicus: or, A discourse of the late insurrection in Ireland, displaying, 1 The true causes of it (till now not so fully discovered.) 2 The course that was taken to suppresse it. 3 The reasons that drew on a cessation of arms, and other compliances since. As also touching those auxiliaries which are transported thence to serve in the present warre. (1)
  20. Mercurius pragmaticvs. (2)