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Marie-Mark

 
  1. Marie, Adrien-Emmanuel, 1848-1891, artist. (4)
  2. Mariette, Pierre, 1603-1657, publisher (19)
  3. Mariette, Pierre, 1603-1657, publisher. (7)
  4. Mariette, Pierre, 1634-1716, printer. (5)
  5. Mariette, Pierre-Jean, 1694-1774, publisher. (1)
  6. Marina Singing Before Pericles (1)
  7. Marinella, Lucrezia, 1571-1653. (1)
  8. Marion Garson [graphic]. (1)
  9. Marischal, George Keith, Earl, 1553-1623, recipient. (4)
  10. Marischal, William Keith, Earl, approximately 1585-1635, recipient. (2)
  11. Marischal, William Keith, Earl, ca. 1585-1635, recipient. (4)
  12. Mark Anthony & Cleopatra [graphic] : [from play of the same name by Shakespeare] / F. Grose, del et sculpt. (1)
  13. Mark Lemon as "Falstaff" [probably in Shakespeare's Hen. IV, 1] [graphic] / A.B. ; from a drawing by Sir John Tenniel. (1)
  14. Mark of ownership on t.p., faded, partially illegible "[ ... ?] oliuerij de [ ... ?], et amico[rum]". (2)
  15. Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637, attributed name. (1)
  16. Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637, author. (1)
  17. Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. (288)
  18. Markhams Faithfull farrier. Wherein the depth of his skill is layd open in all those principall and approoved secrets of horsemanship, which the author never published, but hath kept in his brest, and hath beene the glory of his practise. (4)
  19. Markhams maister-peece ... (2)
  20. Markhams maister-peece· : Contayning all knowledge belonging to the smith, farrier, or horse-leech, touching the curing of all diseases in horses: drawne with great paine, and most approved experience, from the publicke practise of all the forraine horse-mar (5)