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Dignity of Lord Mayor of London. Lond. copy is in the British Museum. The volume
1616. 4to. Bindley, pt. iv. 513, 71. 7s. contains fol. 101, besides an address • To
Garrick, 2616. It is reprinted in Nichols' the Reader.'
Progresses of K. James I.

An Abridgement of Sebastian Munster's Mundorum Explicatio, or hiero- Chronicle. For Will. Marshall, 1542. 16mo. glyphical Figure of the World, a MUNTER, D. A faithful NarPoem. 1662.

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An entertaining work, describing the The Defence of Innes Munro, Esq. Captain wonderful zeal and merit of the Jesuits in in the late seventy-third, or Lord Macleod's converting and civilizing the Indians. Regiment of Highlanders, against a Charge Murcot, John. Several Works, of Plagiarism from the Works of Dr. William with his Life. Lond. 1657. 4to. Thompson; with the original Papers on both Sides. London, 1790. 8vo.

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Parricide Papist, or cut-throat Catholike, i preface and a table..

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James. Plans, Elevations,
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