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  1. Religious Tract Society (Great Britain). (2)
  2. Reliquiæ sacræ Carolinæ The vvorkes of that great monarch and glorious martyr King Charles the Ist. (2)
  3. Remaines concerning Britaine: their languages. Names. Surnames. Allusions. Anagrammes. Armories. Monies. Empreses. Apparell. Artillarie. Wise speeches. Proverbs. Poesies. Epitaphes. VVritten by VVilliam Camden Esquire, Clarenceux, King of Armes, surnamed (2)
  4. Remaines of a greater worke, concerning Britaine, the inhabitants thereof, their languages, names, surnames, empreses, wise speeches, poësies, and epitaphes. (1)
  5. Remaines, concerning Britaine ... (1)
  6. Remaines, concerning Britaine : but especially England, and the inhabitants thereof. Their languages. Names. Surnames. Allusions. Anagrammes. Armories. Monies. Empreses. Apparell. Artillary. Wise speeches. Prouerbs. Poesies. Epitaphs. (2)
  7. Remaines, concerning Britaine: but especially England, and the inhabitants thereof. ... (4)
  8. Remaines, concerning Britaine: but especially England, and the inhabitants thereof. Their languages. Names. Surnames. Allusions. Anagrammes. Armories. Monies. Empreses. Apparell. Artillarie. Wise speeches. Prouerbs. Poesies. Epitaphes. Reviewed, corrected, and encreased. (3)
  9. Remaines, concerning Britaine: but especially England, and the inhabitants thereof. Their languages. Names. Surnames. Allusions. Anagrammes. Armories. Monies. Empreses. Apparell. Artillary. Wise speeches. Prouerbs. Poesies. Epitaphs. (2)
  10. Remaines, concerning Britaine: but especially England, and the inhabitants thereof. ��� (212)
  11. Remains of four brass clasps, two on fore-edge, one at head, one at tail (catches on back cover). Fragment of one leather strap which shows that the strap was wrapped around a vellum core. Two iron nails were used to fasten the straps on the front board on all straps. On the back board are three chased (eight petal flowers within a frame) triangular catches held with three brass nails. The fourth catch is plain with only an inscribed wavy line around the margins. (3)
  12. Remains of four tawed ties (one head and tail, two at the fore-edge). (8)
  13. Remains of original sewing on three raised supports. Slightly rounded spine. Evidence of two fore-edge ties. (1)
  14. Remains of the palace of Antioch ... [graphic] / drawn by G.F. Sargent ; engraved by J. Tingle. (1)
  15. Remains of two blue linen fore-edge ties. (3)
  16. Remains of two clasps (catches and strap plates) that catch onto the front board. Remnants of vellum-reinforced leather straps. (10)
  17. Remains of vellum title label at head of front cover showing parts of handwritten roman numbers and faint evidence of red paint. Another later paper label on spine handwritten with author, title and year of publication. Another early inscription, illegible, on fore-edge, reading from front to back cover. (2)
  18. Remarks and critical reflections on the Tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury [by Richard Savage, altered by William Woodfall], performing now at Covent Garden Theatre, by Dramaticus [manuscript], [1777]. (6)
  19. Remarks on forest scenery, and other woodland views, (relative chiefly to picturesque beauty) illustrated by the scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire. (1)
  20. Remarks on the order of Council for Noli prosequi which with other things would have been argued if a hearing had been admitted (8)