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Pym, John (1641.). The speech or declaration of John Pymm, Esquire, to the Lords of the upper House, upon the delivery of the Articles of the Commons assembled in Parliament, against VVilliam Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, in maintenance of their accusation, whereby he stands charged of high treason. Together with a true copie of the said Articles. EEBO-TCP.

Pyrrye, Charles([1569]). Pyrrye: The Praise and Dispraise of Women [1569]. CH.


Quarles, Francis (1629.). Argalus and Parthenia. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1631.). The historie of Samson. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1632). Quarles, F.: Divine Fancies (1632). CH.

Quarles, Francis (1633.). Diuine fancies. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1633]). Diuine poems. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1636.). An elegie upon the truely lamented death of the Right Honorable Sir Julius Cæsar Knt. Master of the Rolles, and of Snt Katherins. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1636). Quarles, F.: An Elegie on Sir Julius Cæsar (1636). CH.

Quarles, Francis (1637.). An elegie vpon my deare brother, the Ionathan of my heart, Mr. Iohn Wheeler, sonne to Sir Edmond Wheeler of Riding Court neare Windsor, in the County of Buckingham, deceased. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1637). Quarles, F.: An Elegie vpon my Deare Brother, The Jonathan of my Heart (1637). CH.

Quarles, Francis (1638.). Hieroglyphikes of the life of man.. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1639.). Memorials vpon the death of Sir Robert Quarles, Knight. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1640). Quarles, F.: Sighes At the contemporary deaths of Those incomparable Sisters, The Countesse of Cleaveland, and Mistrisse Cicily Killegrve (1640). CH.

Quarles, Francis (1643.). Emblemes. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1644.). Enchiridion. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1644.). The loyall convert. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1644]). The vvhipper vvhipt. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1645.). The profest royalist. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1646.). Judgement&mercy for afflicted soules, or, Meditations, soliloquies, and prayers. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1646). Quarles: The Shepheards Oracles (1646). CH.

Quarles, Francis (1648.). Solomons recantation, entitvled Ecclesiastes paraphrased. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1649.). The virgin widow. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1682]). The Whig rampant, or, Exaltation. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1698.). Wisdom's better than money, or, The whole art of knowledge. EEBO-TCP.

Quarles, Francis (1739). Quarles, F.: Solomon's recantation (1739). CH.

Quarles, Francis (1960). Quarles, F.: Hosanna and Threnodes (1960). CH.

Quarles, Francis (1994). Quarles, F.: Emblemes and Hieroglyphikes (1994). CH.

Quarles, Francis([1632]). Quarles, F.: Divine poems [1632]. CH.

Quarles, John (1648). Quarles, J.: Fons Lachrymarum (1648). CH.

Quarles, John (1649). Quarles: A Kingly bed of Miserie (1649). CH.

Quarles, John (1653). Quarles, J.: Explanation of the Frontespiece (1653). CH.

Quarles, John (1655). Quarles, J.: Divine Meditations (1655). CH.

Quarles, John (1655). Quarles, J.: Tarquin Banished (1655). CH.

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