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Maxwell, James German National Library

Maxwell, James, 1581- Library of Congress/NACO ISNI-test

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VIAF ID: 41710240 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/41710240

ISNI-test: 0000  0000  5148  5061 

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  1. Carolanna ‎(4) Wikipedia (en)-test German National Library
  2. The seasons. Considered as representing the different periods of man's life ‎(3) German National Library
  3. The mirrour of religious men, and of godly matrones ‎(2) German National Library
  4. Historiae ‎(2) German National Library
  5. Divine miscellanies ‎(2) German National Library
  6. Carolanna, that is to say, A poeme in honour of our King, Charles Iames, Queene Anne, and Prince Charles, 1619: ‎(2) Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
  7. Admirable and notable prophesies : uttered in former times by 24 famous Romain-Catholickes concerning the Church of Romes defection. ‎(2) German National Library
  8. tyrannidi-graphia ecclesiæ militantis secundum danielis prophetiam ‎(1) Wikipedia (en)-test
  9. two genealogical tables or pedigrees of the two most noble princes fredericke prince palatine, and the lady elizabeth his wife, shewing their lineall discent equally, first from robert the emperour, and prince palatine, and elizabeth the empresse his wife, in the 9 and 10 degrees, and then from edward the 3, the most victorious king of england, and queene philippa his wife in the 11 degree ‎(1) Wikipedia (en)-test
  10. the treasure of tranquillity, or a manuall of moral discourses, tending to the tranquillity of the minde ‎(1) Wikipedia (en)-test

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