2 edition of In effigiem Mariæ Reginæ, Jacob. Magni. Reg. matris found in the catalog.
Engraved port. of Mary, Queen of Scots, with Latin verse, enclosed in ornamental borderDate of publication suggested by STC (2nd ed.)Imperfect: faded, with considerable loss of textReproduction of original in the Society of AntiquariesSTC (2nd ed.) 12059.5Lemon 87Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1985. 1 microfilm reel : 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1861:49)
|Statement||Typi[s] Iohann[e]s Norton ...|
|Publishers||Typi[s] Iohann[e]s Norton ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|2||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1861:49|
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VIRO DOCTRINA V1RTUTE CL A RO QVEM GENUIT GERMANIA ASIA VIDIT Cl VEM PER XXXII AN-NOS SVECIA DILEXIT. As regards notes and explanations. The matter dothe so strive with the manner of the handlinge that I am in dowpte whyther I shall preferre the matter for the sub stance, weyght, and pythines of the multitude of argumentes and reasones, or the manner for the methode, order, perspicuitie, and elocution, in that height and loftynesse that I did nott beleve our tonge I meane the Englyshe to be capable of.
: aeternae memo- riae coniugis optimae moestus coxsecr.
duxit eos in cater- vas hostium quasi ex ipsis essent. ---Comes in Salmis Liber Baro in Lindesberg. Sed quia tantum non habuit exercitum ut campestre adversus hostes inire auderet, callido usus consilio, proponit castra eorum noctu adire ipsosque soporatos, 150 deceptis eorundeminterficere.
Slagen af Svenska Akademien 1818. Atque Caium principem solitum lavari. Was very curious; his greatest delight to be continually with the artificers that came there e.
Brutus autem cognomento Viride Scutum cum patre remansit gubernacula post illum adeptus, annis regnavit.
: statione classi carolicoronae parata.
Lilly's almanac, and towards the later end of summer there came so much company that the village could not containe them, and they are now preparing for building of houses against the next summer.