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D'Urfey, Thomas (1697.). The intrigues at Versailles, or, A jilt in all humours. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1698.). The campaigners, or, The pleasant adventures at Brussels. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1698]). Albion's blessing. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1699.). A choice collection of new songs and ballads. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1700.). The famous history of the rise and fall of Massaniello. EEBO-TCP.

Daborne, Robert (1612.). A Christian turn'd Turke, or, The tragicall liues and deaths of the two famous pyrates, Ward and Dansiker. EEBO-TCP.

Daborne, Robert (1618.). A sermon preached in the cathedrall church of the citie of Waterford. EEBO-TCP.

Daborne, Robert (1655.). The poor-mans comfort. EEBO-TCP.

Dallington, Robert (1604.). The vievv of Fraunce. EEBO-TCP.

Dallington, Robert (1605.). A suruey of the great dukes state of Tuscany. EEBO-TCP.

Dallington, Robert (1613.). Aphorismes ciuill and militarie. EEBO-TCP.

Daman, William (1591.). Bassus. The second booke of the musicke of M. William Damon, late one of her maiesties musitions. EEBO-TCP.

Daman, William (1591.). The former booke of the musicke of M. William Damon, late one of her maiesties musitions. EEBO-TCP.

Dampier, William (1697-1703.). A new voyage round the world. EEBO-TCP.

Dando, John (1595.). Maroccus extaticus, or, Bankes bay horse in a trance. EEBO-TCP.

Daneau, Lambert (1575.). A dialogue of witches, in foretime named lot-tellers, and novv commonly called sorcerers. EEBO-TCP.

Dangerfield, Thomas (1680.). Mr. Tho. Dangerfield's second narrative. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Gabriel (1692.). A voyage to the world of Cartesius. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, George (1878). Daniel, George: The poems (1878). CH.

Daniel, S. (1592). Delia. Contayning certayne Sonnets: vvith the complaint of Rosamond. . RE.

Daniel, S. (1603). A Defence of Ryme. . RE.

Daniel, Samuel (1594. Printed at London : [By James Roberts and Edward Allde] for Simon Waterson, and are to be sold in Paules Church-yarde at the signe of the Crowne, [1594]). Delia and Rosamond augmented. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1594). The complaint of Rosamond . OTA.

Daniel, Samuel (1599.). The poeticall essayes of Sam. Danyel. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1603]). A panegyrike congratulatorie to the Kings Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1604.). The vision of the 12. goddesses. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1605.). Certaine small poems lately printed. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1605). Daniel, S.: In commendation of Mounsieur Erondel (1605). CH.

Daniel, Samuel (1606.). The Queenes Arcadia. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1606). Daniel, S.: Like as the lute delights (1606). CH.

Daniel, Samuel (1606]). A funerall poem vppon the death of the late noble Earle of Deuonshyre. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1607). Daniel, S.: Certaine small workes (1607). CH.

Daniel, Samuel (1611). Daniel: To the worthy Knight Sir Fovlke Grivell (1611). CH.

Daniel, Samuel (1612.). The first part of the historie of England.. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1615.). Hymens triumph. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1618]). The collection of the historie of England. EEBO-TCP.

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