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  • A Cordiall for a Heart-Qualme, by Simon Birckbeck, 1647, (English)
  • A GODLY FORME OF HOUSHOLD GOVERNMENT: FOR THE ORDERING OF PRIVATE FAMILIES, according to the direction of Gods Word, by Robert Cleaver et al., 1598, (English)
  • A Geographical Account of Countries Round the Bay of Bengal, 1669-1679, by Thomas Bowrey, 1905, (English)
  • A Pepys of Mogul India, by Niccolao Manucci et al., 1913, (English)
  • A True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman, by Captaine Robert Coverte, 1612, (English)
  • A Voyage to Suratt, by J Ovington, 1696, (English)
  • A description of the province of New Albion, by Beauchamp plantagenet, 1648, (English)
  • A woorke of Joannes Ferrarius Montanus, touchynge the good orderynge of a common weale, by Johannes Ferrarius, 1559, (English)
  • Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.2, by Abū'l-Fazl'Allāmi, 1877, (English)
  • Antiprognosticon That Is To Saye, An Invective Agaynst the Vayne and Unprofitable Predictions of the Astrologians, by William Fulke, 1560, (English)
  • CVIII Lectures Upon the Fourth of John Preached at Ashby-Delazouch in Leicestershire, by Arthur Hildersam, 1632, (English)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, East Indies and Persia, 1630-1634, by anon., 1892 , (English)
  • Campania Foelix, by Timothy Nourse, 1700, (English)
  • Comedies and Tragedies, by Francis Beaumont et al., 1647, (English)
  • Divine contemplations, necessary for these times. By H.I., by Henry Isaacson, 1648, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Tehrani, by Mohd Reza Taheri, 2016 , (English)
  • History of India, Volume IX, by anon., 1907, (English)
  • Jacob Raised, by Willam Goode, 1647, (English)
  • John Huighen van Linschoten. His Discours of Voyages into ye Easte & West Indies, by Jan Huygen van Linschoten, 1598, (English)
  • Klinike, or The diet of the diseased Divided into three bookes. wherein is set downe at length the whole matter and nature of diet for those in health, but especially for the sicke; the aire, and other elements; meat and drinke, with divers other things; various controversies concerning this subject are discussed: besides many pleasant practicall and historicall relations, both of the authours owne and other mens, &c. as by the argument of each booke, the contents of the chapters, and a large table, may easily appeare. Colellected [sic] as well out of the writings of ancient philosophers, Greeke, Latine, and Arabian, and other moderne writers; as out of divers other authours. Newly published by Iames Hart, Doctor in Physicke, by James Hart, 1633, (English)
  • Memoir of The Life and Correspondence of John Lord Teignmouth Vol.1, by Lord Teignmouth, 1843, (English)
  • Memorable Description of the East Indian Voyage, by Willem Ysbrantsz Bontekoe et al., 1929, (English)
  • Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh.Vol.2, by Abd al-Qadir Badauni, 1990, (English)
  • PROPOSALS FOR RAISING, by John Bellers, 1695, (English)
  • Phisicke Against Famine, by William Attersoll, 1632, (English)
  • Relations of the Most Famous Kingdomes and Common-wealths Thorowout the World, by Giovanni Botero, 1630, (English)
  • Spiritual Thrift, by Elizabeth Warren, 1647, (English)
  • THE Mystery of Husbandry, by Leonard Meager, 1697, (English)
  • Tabaqat-I-Akbari.Vol.02, by Khwajah Nizamuddin Ahmed, 1936, (English)
  • The Christian Exercise of Fasting, by Henry Holland, 1596, (English)
  • The Commentary of Father Monserrate, S. J. on His Journey to the Court of Akbar, by Father Monserrate, SJ., 1922, (English)
  • The Complaint of English Subjects Delivered in Two Parts, by Richard Newnam, 1700 , (English)
  • The Description of England., by William Harrison, 1968, (English)
  • The Fortresse of the Faythfull Agaynst ye Cruel Assautes of Povertie and Honger, by Thomas Becon, 1550, (English)
  • The Herball Or Generall Historie of Plantes, by John Gerard, 1633, (English)
  • The Historie of the Holy Warre, by Thomas Fuller, 1647, (English)
  • The Nations Claim of Native Right, by Thomas Harby, 1650, (English)
  • The Pennyless Pilgrimage, by John Taylor, 1618, (English)
  • The Prophecie of Agabus, Concerning a Generall Famine to Come Upon the Worlde, by Peter Barker, 1597, (English)
  • The Saints Everlasting Rest, by Richard Baxter, 1650, (English)
  • The Saints Sacrifice, by William Gouge, 1640, (English)
  • The Sham-Lawyer OR THE LUCKY EXTRAVAGANT., by James Drake, 1697, (English)
  • The Travels of Pietro Della Valle in India, Volume I, by anon., 1792, (English)
  • The Voyage of Francois Pyrard, Volume II, by Francois Pyrard de Laval, 1887, (English)
  • The Voyage of Thomas Best to the East Indies, 1612-14, by anon., 1934, (English)
  • The Voyages and Travells of the Ambassadors Sent by Frederick, Duke of Holstein, by Adam Olearius, 1669, (English)
  • The Whole Duty of Man Epitomiz'd for the Benefit of the Poor, by Richard Allestree, 1700 , (English)
  • The anatomy of human bodies, by Ysbrand van Diemerbroeck, 1694, (English)
  • The blacke rod, and the white rod (justice and mercie,) striking, and sparing, [brace] London, by Thomas Dekker, 1630, (English)
  • The bloudy tenent, washed, and made white in the bloud of the Lambe, by John Cotton, 1647, (English)
  • The odious, despicable, and dreadfull condition of a drunkard, by Richard Younge, 1649, (English)
  • Three Christian Sermons, by Ludwig Lavater, 1596, (English)
  • Travels in the Mogul Empire, A.D. 1656-1668, by Francois Bernier, 1891, (English)
  • Travels of Fray Sebastien Manrique, 1629-1643, Volume II, by Fray Sebastien Manrique, 1927, (English)
  • Unum Necessarium, by John Cooke, 1647, (English)
  • Virgo Triumphans, by Edward Williams, 1650, (English)
  • Voyages to the East Indies, Volume II, by Christopher Fryke et al., 1929, (English)
  • For more information about the project, contact Dr Ayesha Mukherjee at the University of Exeter.

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