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Brevis Præmunitio pro futura Concer Sir P. Thompson, 944, 13s. Garrick, 2631, tatione cum Jacobo Usserio Hyberno Dub 11. 4s. London, 1687. fol. with portrait. liensi. Duac. 1615. 8vo. A copy is in the Willett, 2356, 16s. 6d. Hibbert, 7785, 11. Bodleian Library.

· London, 1701. fol. with portrait. Sir P. An account of Richard Stanyhurst will Thompson, 945, 11s. 6d. Heath, 1522,15s. be found in Wood's Athena Oxonienses,

Sir William. A briefe Disand also in Warton's History of English

course of Doctor Allens seditious Poetry

STANLEY, Stanleye's Re- Drifts, contriued in a Pamphlet medy: or, the Way how to reform written by him, concerning the wandring Beggars, Theeves, High-yeelding vp of the Towne of Deway Robbers, and Pick-pockets. venter (in Ouerrissell) vnto the London, printed for the Good of King of Spain, by Sir William the Poore. 1646. 4to.

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Some copies were struck off in quarto. Year 1651. 86 pages. 2. Anacreon. Bion. Stanley Family.-Memoirs of Moschvs. Kisses by Secundus. Cupid crv the House of Stanley : also a Decified, by Ausonius. Venvs Vigils, Incerto Authore. Printed in the Year 1651. 260 scription of the Isle of Man, &c. Pages. At p. 79 begin notes with the new

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