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A., N.
     Speculum novum novoluminosum.
see under: Speculum novum novoluminosum.
     Reel: 1

A., W.
     Some queries proposed by W.A. to the late flown shepherds.
see under: Some queries proposed by W.A. to the late flown shepherds.
     Reel: 1

The abhorrence, or, Protestant observations in Dublin, upon the principles and practices of the Protestants at London.
Dublin, Printed for Alderman James Malone, book-seller in Skinner row. [1690]
2p.; 31x20.5cm., mounted & bd. to 66cm.; Caption title; imprint on p.2.; "Published Saturday February the first, 1689[1690]."; Ostensibly a periodical to be published weekly, but no other issues are recorded & the title is not in Crane & Kaye or in Roupell.; Jacobite tract.; Narcissus Luttrell's copy, priced & dated in his hand "2d 3. April. 1690.", with his annotation: A popish thing under ye mask of a Church of England man.; No. B63(1) of the Marquess of Bute broadsides.
     Reel: 1, No. B63(1)

An abstract of St. Pauls late deanry.
[London]. [1653?]
broadside.; illus.(incl.arms) 40x26cm., mounted and bd. to 66cm.; Commonwealth arms (not recorded in Steele) at head.; Defining the rights of the citizens in the liberty of St. Paul's.; With woodcut illus. of old St. Paul's cathedral.; No. A121 of the Marquess of Bute broadsides.
     Reel: 1, No. A121

An account from Paris of the articles of peace concluded betwixt the two crownes of France and Spaine.
[London]. [1659]
broadside.; 34x23.5cm., mounted & bd. to 66cm.; No. A185 of the Marquess of Bute broadsides.
     Reel: 1, No. A185

An account of a great fight, between the Christians, and the Quakers, and also how they blew themselves up, with a magazine of there own gunpowder.
[London] Printed for the author, T.H. [1701]
broadside.; 36.5x48.5cm., mounted & bd. to 66cm.; A satire on the Quakers, in verse.; Narcissus Luttrell's copy, priced & dated in his hand: 1d 13. March. 1700/1.; No. C10 of the Marquess of Bute broadsides.
     Reel: 1, No. C10

An account of the formalities of the citizens of the honourable city of London, in their reception of His most sacred Majesty, King William, at his return from Flanders.
London, Printed for E. Whitlock near Stationers-hall. 1697
2p.; 32x18.5cm., mounted & bd. to 66cm.; Caption title; imprint on p.2.; Narcissus Luttrell's copy, priced & dated in his hand: 1d 10. Nov. 1697.; No. B126 of the Marquess of Bute broadsides.
     Reel: 1, No. B126

An account of the original of judging according to equity, and how erroneous judgments in equity have been rectified, humbly represented to the King, Lords and Commons.
[London]. [1690]
in Parliament assembled. In order to a due establishment.; [2]p.; 35.5x22cm., mounted & bd. to 66cm.; Caption title.; Narcissus Luttrell's copy, annotated in his hand: gratis. 1. May. 1690. Agt ye jurisdiction of ye Lords.; No. B74 of the Marquess of Bute broadsides.
     Reel: 1, No. B74

An account, of Major General Kirck, and London-derry.
London, Printed for J. Meeks, near the Bolt and Tunn in Fleet-street. 1689
with a geographical account of the river he sail'd down; and the various forts on it, perticularly that of Kulmore [i.e. Kilmore].; broadside.; 30x19cm., mounted & bd. to 66cm.; Narcissus Luttrell's copy, priced & dated in his hand: 1d 10. July. 1689.; No. B68(1) of the Marquess of Bute broadsides.
     Reel: 1, No. B68(1)

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