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  1. Merry wives of Windsor, III, 4, Anne Page and Slender [graphic]. (1)
  2. Merry wives of Windsor, Miss Ellen Terry as Mistress Page, Margaret Kendal as Mistress Ford, Mrs. Tree as Anne Page, Mr. Tree as Falstaff [graphic] / [Frederick Henry Townsend]. (1)
  3. Merry wives of Windsor, Mrs. Page, Mrs. Ford, Falstaff [graphic] / T. Stothard. (1)
  4. Merry wives of Windsor, Mrs. Page: Help to cover your master, boy! Act III, scene III [graphic] / Peters ; Starling sc. (1)
  5. Merry wives of Windsor, Pistol [graphic] / [Henry Liverseege]. (1)
  6. Merry wives of Windsor, Sir John Falstaff, (disguised) Ford, Shallow, Sir Hugh Evans, &c., act IV, scene 2 [graphic] / Durno, del. ; Starling, sc [pt. 1]. (1)
  7. Merry wives of Windsor, Slender's bashfull behaviour to Ann Page, [act I, sc. 1] [graphic] / engraved by Isaac Taylor junr. from a drawing by Robert Smirke. (1)
  8. Merry wives of Windsor, V, 5, Falstaff and the fairies at the oak [graphic] / [Edward Bird]. (1)
  9. Merry wives of Windsor. (1)
  10. Merry wives of Windsor: "Alas! what a noise Heaven forgive our sins" ; act 5, scene 5 [graphic] / Thurston del. ; Rhodes sculp. (1)
  11. Merry wives, act V, sc. V [graphic] / T.C. Dugdale. (1)
  12. Merry-braines, Jocundary. (1)
  13. Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604. (52)
  14. Meseck, Felix. (1)
  15. Mesplès, Paul Eugène, b. 1849, printmaker. (1)
  16. Messiah. An oratorio. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Set to musick by Mr. Handel. (10)
  17. Messina, Much ado about nothing [graphic] / from an original drawing by Gio Batta Albreggi ; Birrell sculp. (1)
  18. Messrs Elliston, publisher. (1)
  19. Metal furniture provides the only decoration: elaborately engraved silver gilt corner plates, with a hatched floral arabesque design, with edge guards; round raised bosses with beveled edges engraved with the Tudor rose; raised lozenge center plates bear the Royal Arms and crown flanked on either side with "EL" and "RE." Beveled edges fluted and engraved with a floral band with hatching. Shield-shaped catch and hinge plates engraved with "EL" and "RE" on either side of a ribbon with tassels and deeply incised egg and dart band. Shaped solid hasps engraved with arabesques filled with hatching and a Tudor rose with top hasp engraved "Michael Tomkinson 1898." (1)
  20. Metallographia: or, An history of metals. Wherein is declared the signs of ores and minerals both before and after digging, the causes and manner of their generations, their kinds, sorts, and differences; with the description of sundry new metals, or semi-metals, and many other things pertaining to mineral knowledge. As also, the handling and shewing of their vegetability, and the discussion of the most difficult questions belonging to mystical chymistry, as of the philosophers gold, their mercury, the liquor alkahest, auram potabile, and such like. Gathered forth of the most approved authors that have written in Greek, Latine, or High-Dutch; with some observations and discoveries of the author himself. By John Webster practitioner in physick and chirurgery. (2)