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  • A Cordiall for a Heart-Qualme, by Simon Birckbeck, 1647, (English)
  • A Discourse of the Necessity of Encouraging Mechanick Industry, by Anon, 1689, (English)
  • A Geographical Account of Countries Round the Bay of Bengal, 1669-1679, by Thomas Bowrey, 1905, (English)
  • A New Account of the East-Indies, Volume 2, by Captain Alexander Hamilton, 1739, (English)
  • A Pepys of Mogul India, by Niccolao Manucci et al., 1913, (English)
  • A Sermon Preached at Pauls Crosse the XIIII Day of December, by Thomas Lever, 1550, (English)
  • A Threefold Treatise, by Robert Bolton, 1634, (English)
  • A Voyage to Suratt, by J Ovington, 1696, (English)
  • A new voyage round the world, by William Dampier, 1697, (English)
  • An Admonition to the Towne of Callays, by R. P., 1557, (English)
  • An Appeal To All True Englishmen, by Samuel Grascome, 1699, (English)
  • An Explanation of the Generall Epistle of Saint Jude, by Samuel Otes, 1633, (English)
  • An Impartial View of English Agriculture From Permitting the Exportation of Corn, by Anon, 1766 , (English)
  • An epitome of chronicles, by Thomas Lanquet, 1559, (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 2nd to 16th December, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Campania Foelix, by Timothy Nourse, 1700, (English)
  • Chorographia., by William Gray, 1649, (English)
  • Comparative State., by John Darlrymple, 1785, (English)
  • Cornucopiae, by Thomas Johnson, 1595, (English)
  • Devout Rhapsodies, by J.A. Rivers, 1647, (English)
  • Discourse of trade, coyn, and paper credit, by John Pollexfen, 1697, (English)
  • Divine Fancies, by Francis Quarles, 1633, (English)
  • Early Travels In India 1583-1619, by anon., 1921, (English)
  • England as Seen by Foreigners in the Days of Elizbeth and James the First, by W.B Rye, 1865, (English)
  • Fons Lachrymarum, or, A Fountain of Tears, by John Quarles, 1649, (English)
  • Fuga Saeculi, by Giovanni Pietro Maffei, 1632, (English)
  • Gods Blessing Upon the Providers of Corne, by Charles Fitz-Geffry, 1648, (English)
  • Gods Three Arrowes: Plague, Famine, Sword, by William Gouge, 1631, (English)
  • Holsome and Catholyke Doctryne Concerninge the Seven Sacramentes of Chrystes Church, by Thomas Watson, 1558, (English)
  • Holy Incense for the Censers of the Saints, by John Clarke, 1634, (English)
  • Hyberniae Lachrymae, by Anon, July 14, 1648, (English)
  • Jacob Raised, by Willam Goode, 1647, (English)
  • Londons Charity Inlarged, by Samuel Hartlib, 1650, (English)
  • None But Christ, by John Wall, 1648, (English)
  • Of Trade, by John Pollexfen, 1700 , (English)
  • PROPOSALS FOR RAISING, by John Bellers, 1695, (English)
  • Pericles, by William Shakespeare, 1608, (English)
  • Phisicke Against Famine, by William Attersoll, 1632, (English)
  • Provision for the Poore, by Henry Arthington, 1597, (English)
  • Scriptural Poems, by John Bunyan, 1700 , (English)
  • Sion and Parnassus, by John Hoddesdon, 1650, (English)
  • Spiritual Thrift, by Elizabeth Warren, 1647, (English)
  • THE Foolish Abuse and wise Use OF RICHES, by William Talbot, 1695, (English)
  • THE Mystery of Husbandry, by Leonard Meager, 1697, (English)
  • The Cause of the Present Threatened Famine, by Common Sense, 1800 , (English)
  • The Complaint of English Subjects Delivered in Two Parts, by Richard Newnam, 1700 , (English)
  • The Curse of Corne-horders: With the Blessing of Seasonable Selling, by Charles Fitz-Geffrie, 1631, (English)
  • The Curtaine of Churchpower and Authoritie in Things Called Indifferent, by James Henric, 1632, (English)
  • The Description of England., by William Harrison, 1968, (English)
  • The Famine of Samaria: A Sermon, by Rev. John Black, 1795, (English)
  • The Felicitie of Man, or, His Summum Bonum, by Sir Richard Barckley, 1631, (English)
  • The Fortresse of the Faythfull Agaynst ye Cruel Assautes of Povertie and Honger, by Thomas Becon, 1550, (English)
  • The Furmetary, by William King, 1699, (English)
  • The Journal of John Jourdain, 1608-1617, by John Jourdain, 1905, (English)
  • The Key of Wealth, by William Potter, 1650, (English)
  • The New atlas, by T. C., 1698, (English)
  • The Poor Man's Prayer, by Simon Hedge, 1766 , (English)
  • The Reward of Religion, by Edward Topsell, 1596, (English)
  • The Saints Sacrifice, by William Gouge, 1640, (English)
  • The Sham-Lawyer OR THE LUCKY EXTRAVAGANT., by James Drake, 1697, (English)
  • The clothiers complaint, by Anon., 1692, (English)
  • The philosophers banquet Newly furnished and decked forth with much variety of many severall dishes, that in the former service were neglected. Where now not only meats and drinks of all natures and kinds are served in, but the natures and kinds of all disputed of. As further, dilated by table-conference, alteration and changes of states, diminution of the stature of man, barrennesse of the earth, with the effects and causes thereof, phisically and philosophically. Newly corrected and inlarged, to almost as much more. By W.B. Esquire., by Michael Scot, 1633, (English)
  • The ravens Almanacke, by Thomas Dekker, 1609, (English)
  • The summarie of certaine reasons, by England and Wales, 1560, (English)
  • The surueyors dialogue Divided into five bookes, by John Norden, 1607, (English)
  • Travels Over England, Scotland and Wales, by James Brome, 1700 , (English)
  • Travels in the Mogul Empire, A.D. 1656-1668, by Francois Bernier, 1891, (English)
  • Two Discourses Concerning the Affairs of Scotland, by Andrew Fletcher, 1698, (English)
  • Unum Necessarium, by John Cooke, 1647, (English)
  • Virgo Triumphans, by Edward Williams, 1650, (English)
  • Voyages to the East Indies, Volume I, by Christopher Fryke et al., 1929, (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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