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deri de Origine ac Progressv Schismatis Anglicani Libri tres, aucti per Edovardvm Rishtonvm, Romæq; impressi; nunc verò in Germania iterum locupletiùs & castigatiùs edita. Cuiusq; Libri Argumenta Pagella Versa monstrabit. Ingolstadii, ex Officina Typographica Wolfgangi Ederi, 1588. 12mo.

A-Bb, in eights, also title, epistle dedicatory to George, Archb. of Salisbury, by Wolfgangus Ederus, epistle to the reader, by Edovardys Rishtonvs, a preface of the author, 8 leaves. Hibbert, 7079, morocco, 16s. Col. Agrip. 1585. 8vo. 3s. 6d. Ingolst. 1586. 8vo. Romæ, 1586. 3s. 6d. Bindley, pt. iii. 916, with R. Twisden's autograph, and a ms. letter to him, 27. 15s. Hibbert, 7078, morocco, 17. 68. Agrip. 1610. Col. Agrip. 1628. 8vo. Best edition? 'A catalogue and refutation of this writer's calumnies and lies will be

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found in Bishop Burnet's History of the Reformation.'-Nicolson. The editions of Sanders' work vary considerably from each other. In French. 1587. Lloyd, 1118,


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The Supper of our Lord set foorth in six Bookes according to the Truth of the Gospell and the Faith of the Catholike Churche, by Nicolas Saunder Doctor of Diuinitie. Louanii, 1565. 4to. The six books end on fol. 328, with this notice, 'Herevnto is added the seventh Booke, containing a Confutation of the fifth article of M. Iuels Reply against D. Harding,' &c. The seventh book concludes on fol. 425, with Approbatio' &c. Prefixed to the volume is a dedication To the Body and Blood of our Sauiour Jesus

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Christ' &c. Louanii, 1566. 4to. 12s. Fol. 425, besides title, priviledge, approbatio, and dedication.

A Treatise of the Jmages of Christ and of his Saints and that it is vnlawfull to breake them, and lawful to honour them. With a Confutation of such false Doctrine as M. Jewel hath vttered in his Replie, concerning that Matter. Made by Nicolas Sander, Doctour of Diuinitie. Lovanii, apud Ioannem Foulerum, 1567. 8vo. Contain fol. 140. Prefixed is an epistle To the Reader.'

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The Rocke of the Churche, wherein the Primacy of S. Peter and of his Successours the Bishops of Rome is proued out of Gods

Worde. By Nicolas Sander D. of Diuinity. Lovanii apud Ioannem Foulerum, 1567. 16mo. Inglis, 1291, 17. 8s. St. Omer,

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De visibili Monarchia Ecclesiæ Libri VIII. Lov. 1571. Ant. 1581. Wirceb. 1592. folio.

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Libro de visibili Ecclesiæ Monarchia a Nico

Anti-Sanderus, duos continens Dialogos:

in quibus varia N. Sanderi aliorumque Romanensium Calumniæ in hæc Anglorum ab Excusso Pontifice Tempora confictæ refelluntur. Cantab. 1593. 4to. Generally attributed to Dr. Cowell.

See ACWORTH, George. BRIDGES, John. FULKE, William. NOWELL, Alexander. WHITAKER, William.

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Robert, Bishop of Lincoln. Thirty-six Sermons, with Life by Isaac Walton. Eighth Edition corrected and amended. Lond. 1687. folio. 12s.

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Best edition. Of Bishop Sanderson Anth. à Wood remarks, that whether you consider him in his writings or conversation, from his first book of logic to his divinity lectures, sermons and other excellent discourses, the

Fidelis Servi, Svbdito infideli Responsio, vastness of his judgment, the variety of his

learning, all laid out for public benefit, his unparallel'd meekness, humility and constancy, you cannot but confess that the church of England could not lose a greater pillar, a better man, and more accomplished divine.' London, 1656. folio. This volume contains 24 sermons. London,

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1657. folio. This volume contains 14 Ser-logical History of the Kings and


London, 1671. folio. This vo

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Queens of England, &c. continued to this Time, with many new Sculptures, Additions, &c. by Samuel Stebbing. London, 1707. folio.

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The Order and Ceremonies used at the Funeral of his Grace George Monk, Duke of

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SANDFORD, James. Hours of Recreation or Afterdinners, which may aptly be called The Garden of Pleasure: containing most pleasant Tales, worthy Deeds & wittie Sayings of noble Princes & learned Philosophers, with their Morals. London, by H. Bynneman, 1576.

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SANDOVAL, Prud. de. The civil Wars of Spain in the Reign Charles V. transl. by James Wadsworth. London, 1652. folio. 6s.

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SANDWICH, Edward Montagu, Earl of. A Voyage performed by the Earl of Sandwich round the Mediterranean, 1738-9, written by himself, with Life by John Cooke, M.A. London, 1799. 4to.

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SANDYS, Edwin, Abp. of York. The Sermons of Dr. Edwin Sandys, formerly Archb. of York; with a Life of the Author, by T. D. Whitaker, LL.D. 1812. 8vo. 15s.

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SANXAY, Ja. Lexicon Aristophanicum Græco-Anglicum. Londini,

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SARPI, Fra Paolo. Father.

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Commodore Joseph Billings, 1785— 1794. London, 1802. 4to.

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The famous

SAULE, Arthur.
Game of Chesse-play lately dis-
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London, 1614. 8vo.

Dedicated to Lucy, Countess of Bedford.
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SAUMEREZ, Richard. A Dissertation on the Universe in general, and on the Procession of the Elements in particular. Lond. 1795. 8vo.

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