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

Maxwell, James (scholar) Wikipedia (en)

VIAF ID: 41710240 (Personal)


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carolanna Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO
carolanna, that is to say, a poeme in honovr of ovr king charles – james, qveene anne, and prince charles: but principally in honour of the immortall memory of our late noble & good queene of albion and vnion Wikipedia (en)
a centurie of most noble questions in philosophie Wikipedia (en)
a christian almanacke, needefull and true for all countryes, persons and times, faithfully calculated by the course of holy scripture Wikipedia (en)
a demonstrative defence, or tenfold probation of the doctrine of the church of england tovching one of the most important points of our creed, . . . which is of our sauiours descending into hell after death to binde and subdue sathan Wikipedia (en)
emblema animæ, or morall discourses reflecting upon humanitie, by john du plessis, cardinal richelieu, translated into english Wikipedia (en)
the golden art, or the right way of enriching. . . . very profitable for all such persons in citie or countrie as doe desire to get, increase, conserue, and vse goods with a good conscience Wikipedia (en)
the golden legend, or the mirrour of religious men and godly matrones, concerning abraham, isaac, jacob, and their wives Wikipedia (en)
herodian of alexandria, his history of twenty roman caesars and emperors (of his time). interpreted out of the greeke originall Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO
History. Library of Congress/NACO
james-anna, or the patterne of a perfect cittie Wikipedia (en)
jamesanna, or a pythagoricall play at cardes, representing the excellency and vtilitie of vnion and concord, with the incommodities of diuision and discorde, dedicated to the most hopefull prince charles Wikipedia (en)
the laudable life, and deplorable death, of our late peerlesse prince henry. briefly represented. together with some other poemes, in honour both of our most gracious soueraigne king james his auspicious entrie to this crowne, and also of his most hopefull children, prince charles and princesse elizabeths happy entrie into this world Wikipedia (en)
a monvment of remembrance erected in albion, in honour of the magnificent departvre from brittannie, and honourable receiuing in germany, namely at heidelberge, of the two most noble princes fredericke and elizabeth. . . . both of them being almost in one and the same degree of lineall descent from 25 emperours of the east and west, of romanes, greekes, and germans, and from 30 kings of diuers countries Wikipedia (en)
a new eightfold probation of the chvrch of englands divine constitvtion, prooved by many pregnant arguments to be much more complete than any geneuian in the world against the contrary assertion of the fifty-three petitioner-preachers of scotland in their petition presented to the kings most excellent majesty Wikipedia (en)
peerelesse prince henries epitaph in his owne foure languages Wikipedia (en)
queene elizabeths looking-glasse of grace and glory, wherein may be seen the fortune of the faithfull: that is to say, the wrastling, victory, and reward, or the combat, conquest, and crowne of gods children Wikipedia (en)
a speedy passage to heaven, or a perfect direction for every christian to walk in the right path of true holinesse, containing an explanation of the tenne commandments, the creede, and our lords prayer, with divers other godly prayers Wikipedia (en)
the treasure of tranquillity, or a manuall of moral discourses, tending to the tranquillity of the minde Wikipedia (en)
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 Wikipedia (en)
tyrannidi-graphia ecclesiæ militantis secundum danielis prophetiam Wikipedia (en)

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