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  • The declaration and protestation, of the Parliament of Scotland to their declared King: [electronic resource] : touching, their late agreement, the setling of the Presbytery government, and the future preservation of that kingdome. With, the resolution of the Emperour of Germany, the Queen of Sweden, and the King of Denmark, concerning the said King. Also, the proceedings of the Scotch ministers, to their respective congregations, concerning their King, and the advance of the English-Army.

    • Text
    • London : Printed by R.W., 1650.
    • 1650
    • 1 resource

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  • King Lear; a tragedy, in five acts. By William Shakspeare. Altered as performed. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald.

    • Text
    • New-York, Published by the Longworths, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery, 1811.
    • 1811
    • 1 item
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    Text *KL (Shakespeare, W. King Lear. New York, 1811)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • Johnny Armstrong's last good-night. [electronic resource] : Declaring how Johnny Armstrong, and his eightscore men, fought a bloody battle with the Scotch King at Edinburgh. To a pretty Northern tune.

    • Text
    • London : printed by William Dicey in Bow church-yard, [1735?]
    • 1735
    • 1 resource

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  • The tryal and condemnation of David Lindsay, a Scotch gent, late secretary to the Earl of Melford, for high treason, upon the statute made in the ninth year of the late King William the IIId, for returning from France without license under the privy-seal of England. At the Queen's-Bench-bar at Westminster, the 24th of April, 1704 with all the learned arguments of council on both sides. Before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt; the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Trevor; Mr. Justice Nevill, Mr. Justice Powel; Mr. Justice Gold; Mr. Justice Tracy; Mr. Baron Bury, and Mr. Baron Smith, &c.

    • Text
    • London, Printed for I. Cleave, 1704.
    • 1704
    • 1 item
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  • The history of Scotland, [electronic resource] : during the reigns of Queen Mary and of King James VI. till his accession to the crown of England. With a review of the Scotch history previous to that period; and an appendix containing Original Papers. In Two Volumes. By William Robertson, D. D.

    • Text
    • London : printed for A. Millar in the Strand, MDCCLIX. [1759]
    • 1759
    • 1 resource

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  • A short account of Scotland. [electronic resource] : Being a description of the nature of that kingdom, and what the constitution of it is in church and state. Wherein also some notice is taken of their Chief Cities and Royal Boroughs. With an appendix, I. About their King's Supremacy. II. The Difference of the Scotch and English Liturgy. III. The Revenue and Expence on the Civil and Military List, according to a late Establishment. Written by the late Reverend Mr. Thomas Morer, Minister of St. Ann's within Aldersgate, when he was Chaplain to a Scotch Regiment.

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    • London : printed for John Morphew near Stationer's Hall, 1715.
    • 1715
    • 1 resource

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  • The knight errant [electronic resource] : being a witty, notable and true relation of the strange adventures of Sir William Hart now prisoner in the tower: his severall exploits, cheats, and most witty tricks by him acted ever since his first beeing untill his proclaiming the Scotch king at Worcester, in August last. Written by J.B. Gent.

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    • London : Printed by E. C., 1652.
    • 1651
    • 1 resource

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  • Monasticon anglicanum: or, The history of the ancient abbies, monasteries, hospitals, cathedral and collegiate churches, with their dependencies, in England and Wales: also of all such Scotch, Irish, and French monasteries as in any manner relate to those in England ... Illustrated with the original cuts of the cathedral and collegiate churches, and habits of the religious and military orders. First publish'd in Latin by Sir William Dugdale, ... To which are now added, exact catalogues of the bishops of the several dioceses, to the year 1717. The whole corrected, and supplied with many useful additions, by an eminent hand.

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    • London, Printed by R. Harbin for D. Browne and J. Smith [etc.] 1718.
    • 1718
    • 4 items
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    Text CAB+ (Dugdale, W. Monasticon anglicanum. London, 1718)Offsite
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    Text CAB+ (Dugdale, W. Monasticon anglicanum. London, 1817-30) v. 6, pt. 1Offsite
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    Text CAB+ (Dugdale, W. Monasticon anglicanum. London, 1817-30) v. 6-2Offsite
  • Monasticon Anglicanum [electronic resource] : or, the history of the ancient abbies, monasteries, hospitals, Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, With their Dependencies, in England and Wales: also of all such Scotch, Irish, and French monasteries, as did in any manner relate to those in England. Containing A full collection of all that is necessary to be known concerning the Abby-Lands, and their Revenues; with a particular Account of their Foundations, Grants, and Donations; collected from Original Mss. the Records in the Tower of London, at York, and in the Court of Exchequer, and Augmentation-Office: As also the Famous Libraries of Bodley, King's-College, Camb. the Benedictine College at Doway, Arundel, Cotton, Selden, Hatton, &c. Illustrated with the original cuts of the cathedral and collegiate churches, and the Habits of the Religious and Military Orders. First publish'd in Latin by Sir William Dugdale, Kt. Late Garter Principal King at Arms. To which are now added, exact catalogues of the bishops of the several dioceses, to the year 1717. The Whole Corrected, and Supplied with many Useful Additions, by an Eminent Hand.

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    • London : printed by R. Harbin; for D. Browne and J. Smith, in Exeter-Change; G. Strahan, in Cornhill; W. Taylor, in Pater-Noster-Row; R. Gosling, in Fleet-Street; W. Mears, J. Browne, and F. Clay, without Temple-Bar, MDCCXVIII. [1718]
    • 1718
    • 1 resource

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  • The judgment of whole kingdoms and nations, [electronic resource] : concerning the rights, power, and prerogative of Kings, and the rights, priviledges, and properties of the people: shewing, The Nature of Government in general, both from God and Man. An Account of the British Government; and the Rights and Priviledges of the People in the Time of the Saxons, and since the Conquest. The Government which God ordain'd over the Children of Israel; and that all Magistrates and Governors proceed from the People, by many Examples in Scripture and History; and the Duty of Magistrates from Scripture and Reason. An Account of Eleven Emperors, and above Fifty Kings depriv'd for their evil Government. The Right of the People and Parliament of Britain, to Resist and Deprive their Kings for evil Government, by King Henry's Charter; and likewise in Scotland, by many Examples. The Prophets and ancient Jews were Strangers to absolute Passive-Obedience. Resisting of Arbitrary Government is allow'd by many Examples in Scripture; by most Nations; and by undeniable Reason. A large Account of the Revolution; with several Speeches, Declarations, and Addresses; and the Names and Proceedings of Ten Bishops, and above Sixty Peers, concern'd in the Revolution before King James went out of England. Several Declarations in Queen Elizabeth's Time of the Clergy in Convocation, and the Parliament who assisted, and justified the Scotch, French, and Dutch, in Resisting of their Evil and Destructive Princes. By Lord Sommers.

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    • London : reprinted, and sold by J. Williams, No. 38. in Fleet Street, and the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1771.
    • 1771
    • 1 resource

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  • The tryal and condemnation of David Lindsay, a Scotch gentleman. Late secretary to the Earl of Melford. [electronic resource] : For high treason, upon the statute made in the ninth year of the Late King William the IIId. for returning from France without license under the privy-seal of England, at the Queen's-Bench-Bar at Westminster, the 24th of April, 1704. With all the learned arguments of council on both sides. Before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Trevor; Mr. Justice Nevill, Mr. Justice Powel; Mr. Justice Gold; Mr. Justice Tracy; Mr. Baron Bury, and Mr. Baron Smith, &c.

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    • [Dublin] : Re-printed and sold at the Old Post-Office Coffee-House, in Fish-shamble-street, and at Mr. Gills, bookseller, at the corner of High street, over-against the Tholsel, 1704. It being large we design to publish it sheet by sheet, with all expedition, 1704.
    • 1704
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  • The tryal and condemnation of David Lindsay, [electronic resource] : a Scotch gent, late secretary to the Earl of Melford, for high treason, upon The Statute made in the Ninth Year of the late King William the IIId, for returning from France without License under the Privy-Seal of England. at the Queen's-Bench-Bar at Westminster, the 24th of April, 1704. With All the Learned Arguments of Council on both Sides. The Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt; the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt; Mr. Justice Nevill, Mr. Justice Powel; Mr. Justice Gold; Mr. Justice Tracy; Mr. Baron Bury, and Mr. Baron Smith, &c.

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    • London : printed for Isaac Cleave, next to Serjeant's-Inn, in Chancery-Lane, MDCCIV. [1704]
    • 1704
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  • The tryal and condemnation of David Lindsay, a Scotch gent. late secretary to the Earl of Melford. [electronic resource] : For high treason, upon the statute made in the ninth year of the Late King William the IIId, for returning from France without license under the privy-seal of England. At the Queen's-Bench-Bar at Westminster, the 24th of April, 1704. With all the learned arguments of council on both sides before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Trevor; Mr. Justice Nevill, Mr. Justice Powel; Mr. Justice Gold; Mr. Justice Tracy; Mr. ... Bury, and Mr. Baron Smith, &c.

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    • Dublin : Re-printed, and sold at the Old Post-Office Coffee House in Fishamble-street, MDCCIV. [1704]
    • 1704
    • 1 resource

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  • Salute to Percy Grainger.

    • Audio
    • [Place of publication not identified] : Decca, [2013]
    • 2013
    • 1 resource

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  • Dead snakes, cats, and the IRS, poetry of rock and rebellion / edited by Anne Cheney.

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    • Lewiston, N.Y. : Mellen Poetry Press, [1995], ©1995.
    • 1995-1995
    • 1 item
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    Text PS595.R57 D43 1995Off-site
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  • The works of M. de Voltaire / translated from the French ; with notes, historical and critical, by T. Smollett, M.D., T. Francklin, M.A. and others.

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    • London : Printed for W. Johnston, S. Crowder, T. Longman, Carnan and Newbery, Robinson and Roberts, R. Baldwin, and B. Collins, at Salisbury, MDCCLXIX-MDCCLXXVI [1769-1776] (v. 1: MDCCLXX [1770])
    • 1769-1776
    • 36 items
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    Text *KGV 13-51 [v. 12], Dramatic v. 1Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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    Text *KGV 13-51 [v. 29], Prose v. 21Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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    Text *KGV 13-51 [v. 30], Prose v. 22Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • The works of M. de Voltaire / translated from the French ; with notes, historical and critical, by Dr. Smollet, and others.

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    • London : Printed for J. Newbery, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, S. Crowder, T. Davies, J. Coote, G. Kearsley, and B. Collins, at Salisbury, MDCCLXI-MDCCLXIX [1761-1769], 1774.
    • 1761-1774
    • 134 items

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    Text *KGV 13-143 [v. 13], Dramatic v. 2Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328
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    Text NKE (Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Works. 1761) v. 12 Schwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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  • Old stories which were the fore-runners of the revolution [electronic resource] : in eighty-eight, reviv'd, Viz. I. A Dialogue between F. Peters, and Dr. Busby. II. The Hollanders Story of the Penal Laws and Test. III. William Penn holding forth among the Quakers. IV. Several Stories about the Birth of the Pretender. V. Queries about the Invitation. VI. The French were to Re-Establish Popery here. Vii. The Bishops feign'd Service to King James. Viii. The Scotch Woman's coming to St. Margaret's Westminst. IX. K. James his sending the Broad Seal to the French King. X. The Queen's sending away the Crown Jewels. XI. The Londoner's Loyalty. XII. The Story of Captain Tom. XIII. That of St. Mary Magdalen's. XIV. Of the Marquess of Arbevile, and Lord Sunderland. XV. Qu. Dowager's great Colour. XVI. About the Lord Sunderland's turning Papist. XVII. That of the Banquetting House. XVIII. That of Cauldrons, Grid-Irons, Knives, &c. XIX. That the P. of O. had Muster'd 20000 Men at Exeter. XX. Another of the Lord Lovelace. XXI. That the King had sent the Lord Dartmouth with our Fleet to France. XXII. That 40000 French and Irish were coming to England. XXIII. That Admiral Herbert had taken Three Million of Money of the French King. XXIV. That Queen Mary did give the Princess Anne a Box on the Ear, which caus'd her to Miscarry. With 500 more Stories, of the like Tendency. To which is added in a Post-Script. The Truest Account that ever was yet Publish'd of the Pretended Irish Massacre, which went through England and Scotland in one Night. With a Discovery of the Manager of that and another Intrigue, never before made Publick.

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    • London : printed for, and sold by T. Warner, at the Black Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1719.
    • 1719
    • 1 resource

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  • The works of M. de Voltaire / translated from the French ; with notes, historical and critical, by T. Smollett, M.D., T. Francklin, M.A. and others ; in twenty-four volumes.

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    • Dublin : Printed by R. Marchbank, for R. Moncrieffe in Capel-Street, MDCCLXXII-MDCCLXXIII [1772-1773]
    • 1772-1773
    • 48 items
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    Text *KGV (Voltaire. Works. English. 1772) 07-54 v. 1Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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    Text *KGV (Voltaire. Works. English. 1772) 07-54 v. 22Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • Film stills scrapbook : All T-Am.

    • Still image
    • 1916-1935.
    • 1916-1935
    • 1 item
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    Still image MFLB+ 9 (All T-Am)Offsite
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