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  • A faithfull and faire warning humbly presented to the knights, gentlemen, clergie­men, yeomen, and other the inhabitants of the county of Suffolke, by Lionel Gatford, 1648, (English)
  • 'Ibrat Namah, by Mirza Mohammad Rustam Harisi, 2016, (English)
  • A Brief Apologie of Certen Newe Inventions, by Hugh Platt, 1593, (English)
  • A Brief historical account, by Gent., 1699, (English)
  • A Call To Scotland For Threatning Famine, by Anon, 1698, (English)
  • A Caveat for Covenant-Contemners and Covenant-Breakers, by John Vicars, 1647, (English)
  • A Christian Standing & Moving Upon the True Foundation, by Matthew Barker, 1648, (English)
  • A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne, by George Wither, 1635, (English)
  • A Commentary or Exposition Upon the Four Evangelists, and the Acts of the Apostles, by John Trapp, 1647, (English)
  • A Compendious and Most Marveilous History of the Latter Tymes of the Jewes Commune Weale, by Peter Morwen, 1558, (English)
  • A Confutacion of That Popishe and Antichristian Doctryne, by Gracious Menewe, 1555, (English)
  • A Cordiall for a Heart-Qualme, by Simon Birckbeck, 1647, (English)
  • A Declaration, by Wellingborough (England), 1650, (English)
  • A Declaration of Some Proceedings, by Geo. Masterson, 1648, (English)
  • A Declaration of the Resolutions of His Majesties Forces, by Ulick de Burgh, Earl of Clanricarde, 1931, (English)
  • A Discourse Concerning Ireland, by Sir Francis Brewster, 1698, (English)
  • A Discourse of the Necessity of Encouraging Mechanick Industry, by Anon, 1689, (English)
  • A Discoverie of Certaine English Wants, by Hugh Platt, 1595, (English)
  • A Divine Message to the Elect Soule, by William Fenner, 1647, (English)
  • A Famouse Cronicle of Oure Time, Called Sleidanes Commentaries, by Johannes Sleidanus, 1560, (English)
  • A Faythfull Admonition, by John Knox, 1554, (English)
  • A Fraction in the Assembly: or the Synod in Armes, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • A Full Answer to An Infamous and Trayterous Pamphlet, by Earl of Clarendon , Edward Hyde, 1648, (English)
  • A Full and Perfect Account of the State and Condition of the Province of Ulster in Ireland, by Anon, 1690, (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 Godly Letter, by John Knox, 1554, (English)
  • A Good Motion, by Anon, 1646, (English)
  • A Just and Modest Vindication of the Scots Design, by Robert Ferguson, 1699, (English)
  • A Lanthorne for Landlords, by Anon, 1630, (English)
  • A Legall Vindication of the Liberties of England, by William Prynne, 1649, (English)
  • A Memoir of the Mughal Empire, by Jean Law de Lauriston, 2014, (English)
  • A Musicall Consort of Heavenly Harmonie, by Thomas Churchyard, 1595, (English)
  • A Myrrour or Cleare Glasse, by Thomas Palfreyman, 1560, (English)
  • A Myrroure For Magistrates, by William Baldwin, 1559, (English)
  • A Narrative of the Transactions in Bengal, During the Soobahdaries, by Francis Gladwin, 1788, (English)
  • A National Fast, A Mockery of God, by M.M. Merrick LL.D., 1761, (English)
  • A New Account of East-India and Persia, in Eight Letters, by John Fryer, 1698, (English)
  • A New Account of the East-Indies, Volume 1, by Captain Alexander Hamilton, 1739, (English)
  • A New Account of the East-Indies, Volume 2, by Captain Alexander Hamilton, 1739, (English)
  • A New History of the East-Indies, by Captain Cope, 1754, (English)
  • A New, Cheape and Delicate Fire of Cole-balles, by Hugh Platt, 1603, (English)
  • A PROCLAMATION, by Privy Council. Scotland., 1690, (English)
  • A PROCLAMATION, by Privy Council. Scotland, 1690, (English)
  • A Pepys of Mogul India, by Niccolao Manucci et al., 1913, (English)
  • A Petition Presented by the Inhabitants of Newport-Pagnell, by Baron Thomas Fairfax, 1648, (English)
  • A Proclamation Set Furthe By the Kynges Majesty, by England and Wales, 1551, (English)
  • A Relation of Some Yeares Travaile, by Thomas Herbert, 1634, (English)
  • A Remedy for the Warres, by John Tarlton, 1648, (English)
  • A Reply On Behalf of the Present East-India Company, by East India Company, 1698, (English)
  • A Sad Message, by Anon, Aug 15, 1648, (English)
  • A Search After Knavery, by Anon, 1693, (English)
  • A Sermon Preached Before the Queen at White-Hall, by Richard Meggott, 1691, (English)
  • A Sermon Preached at Pauls Crosse the XIIII Day of December, by Thomas Lever, 1550, (English)
  • A Sermon Preached at St Mary le Bow, by John Tillotson, 1690, (English)
  • A Sermon Preached at the Cathedral Church of Worcester, by William Talbot, 1691, (English)
  • A Sermon Upon ... Ezechiel, by William Woodwall, 1609, (English)
  • A Short Consideration of Mr. Erasmus Warren's Defence, by Thomas Burnet, 1691, (English)
  • A Short Essay of Afflictions, by Sir John Monson, 1647, (English)
  • A Threefold Treatise, by Robert Bolton, 1634, (English)
  • A True Relation of What Has Passed, by Anon, 1698, (English)
  • A True Relation of the French Kinge, by Anon, 1592, (English)
  • A True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman, by Captaine Robert Coverte, 1612, (English)
  • A View of Englands Present Distempers, by William Beech, 1650, (English)
  • A Voyage to East-India, by Edward Terry, 1655, (English)
  • A Voyage to Suratt, by J Ovington, 1696, (English)
  • A Voyage to the East-Indies, by Gabriel Dellon, 1698, (English)
  • A chast mayd in Cheape-Side A pleasant conceited comedy never before printed. As it hath beene often acted at the Swan on the Bankeside, by the Lady Elizabeth her Servants. By Thomas Midelton Gent., by Thomas Middleton, 1630, (English)
  • A commentary or exposition upon all the Epistles, by John Trapp, 1647, (English)
  • A cup for the citie, and her adherents, by Henry Adis, 1648, (English)
  • A description of the province of New Albion, by Beauchamp plantagenet, 1648, (English)
  • A dialoge of comfort against tribulacion, by Saint Sir Thomas More, 1553, (English)
  • A fruteful, and pleasaunt worke of the beste state of a publyque weale, by Saint Sir Thomas More, 1551, (English)
  • A full and true relation of the most terrible, by I. Tord, 1697, (English)
  • A new charge, by England and Wales. Privy Council., 1595, (English)
  • A new voyage round the world, by William Dampier, 1697, (English)
  • A paraphrase upon Job, by Jean-François Senault, 1648, (English)
  • A proclamacion set furthe by the kynges majestie, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1547-1553 : Edward VI), 1551, (English)
  • A proclamation, by Privy Council. Scotland., 1690, (English)
  • A proclamation, for a national fast, by Privy Council. Scotland., 1698, (English)
  • A proclamation, for a solemn national fast and humiliation, by Privy Council. Scotland., 1696, (English)
  • A prognostication everlasting of right good effect, by Leonard Digges, 1605, (English)
  • A prognostication of right good effect, by Leonard Digges, 1555, (English)
  • A relation of a voyage made in the years 1695, 1696, 1697, by François Froger, 1698, (English)
  • A shorte treatise of politike pouuer, by John Ponet, 1556, (English)
  • A suruay of London, by John Stow, 1598, (English)
  • A treatyse of the newe India, by Sebastian Münster, 1553, (English)
  • A woorke of Joannes Ferrarius Montanus, touchynge the good orderynge of a common weale, by Johannes Ferrarius, 1559, (English)
  • ACT Of the Synod, by Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale. Church of Scotland., 1698, (English)
  • Act of Parliament for repressing the depredations in the Highlands, by Parliament. Scotland., 1690, (English)
  • Agas Map of London 1561, by Not given, 1633, (English)
  • Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.1, by Abū'l-Fazl'Allāmi, 1872, (English)
  • Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.2, by Abū'l-Fazl'Allāmi, 1877, (English)
  • Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.3, by Abū'l-Fazl'Allāmi, 1877, (English)
  • Akbar and the Jesuits, by Father Pierre Du Jarric, S.J. et al., 1926, (English)
  • Akbarnama Vol.1, by Abul Fazl, , (English)
  • Akbarnama.Vol.2, by Abul Fazl, , (English)
  • Akbarnama.Vol.3, by Abul Fazl, , (English)
  • All such proclamacions, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1547-1553 : Edward VI), 1551, (English)
  • All the Workes of John Taylor the Water-Poet, by John Taylor, 1630, (English)
  • Amygdala Britannica, Almonds for Parrets, by George Wither, 1647, (English)
  • An Abstract of the Grievances of Trade Which Oppress Our Poor, by John Blanch, 1694, (English)
  • An Account of Tibet: The Travels of Ippolito Desideri of Pistola, S. J., 1712-1727, by anon., 1937, (English)
  • An Account of the Late Dreadful Hurricane, by Anon, 1772, (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 Appeale to All Englishmen, by Gerrard Winstanley, 1650, (English)
  • An Elegie, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • An Elegie On the Death of Sir Charls Lucas and Sir George Lisle, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • An Essay Upon the Cultivation of the Lands, and Improvements of the Revenues, of Bengal, by Henry Pattullo, 1772, (English)
  • An Exact and Curious Survey of All the East Indies, by Henri de Feynes, 1615, (English)
  • An Explanation of the Generall Epistle of Saint Jude, by Samuel Otes, 1633, (English)
  • An Exposition, by Joseph Caryl, 1647, (English)
  • An Exposition Upon the Prophet Jonah, by George Abbot, 1600, (English)
  • An Homelye to be Read in the Tyme of Pestylence, by John Hooper, 1553, (English)
  • An Hundred Epigrammes, by John Heywood, 1550, (English)
  • An Husbandmans Harrow, by Ellis Bradshaw, 1649, (English)
  • An Impartial View of English Agriculture From Permitting the Exportation of Corn, by Anon, 1766, (English)
  • An Introduction to Dogri Folk Literature and Pahari Art, by Lakshmi Narain et al., 1965, (English)
  • An acte, by England and Wales, 1551, (English)
  • An acte that purveyors shall not take victualles, within five myles of Cambrydge and Oxforde, by England and Wales, 1555, (English)
  • An epitome of chronicles, by Thomas Lanquet, 1559, (English)
  • An history of the late warres, by Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato, 1648, (English)
  • Anabaptism, by Robert Baillie, 1646, (English)
  • Ane compendious and breve tractate, by William Lauder, 1556, (English)
  • Annales of England, by Francis Godwin, 1630, (English)
  • Anniversaries Upon His Panarete, by Richard Brathwaite, 1634, (English)
  • Anno Secundo & Tertio Philippi & Mariae, by England and Wales, 1555, (English)
  • Anno primo & secundo Philippi & Mariae actes made at a Parliament, by England and Wales, 1555, (English)
  • Another Bloudy Fight at Colchester, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • Another Great and Bloudy Fight in the North, by Anon, July 31, 1648, (English)
  • Antichrist, That Is To Saye: A True Reporte, That Antichriste Is Come, by Rudolf Gwalther, 1556, (English)
  • Antiprognosticon That Is To Saye, An Invective Agaynst the Vayne and Unprofitable Predictions of the Astrologians, by William Fulke, 1560, (English)
  • Ardhakathanaka, by Banarasidas, 2009, (Braj bhasha English)
  • Aurangzeb's Farman to Rasikdas, by Emperor Aurangzeb, 1906, (English Persian)
  • Bahar-e-Zakhkhar-Vol.2, by Wajihuddin Ashraf, , (English)
  • Bahar-e-Zakhkhar-Vol.3, by Wajihuddin Ashraf, , (English)
  • Battle of Kanarpi Ghat, by Sri Narayan Singh, 1885, (English)
  • Bella Scot-Anglica, by James Howell, 1648, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - 24 Parganas, by anon., 1914, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Balasore, by anon., 1914, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Bankura, by anon., 1908, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Bhagalpur, by anon., 1911, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Birbhum, by anon., 1910, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Cuttack, by anon., 1906, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Darbhanga, by anon., 1907, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Hooghly, by anon., 1912, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Jessore, by anon., 1912, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Khulna, by anon., 1912, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Manbhum, by anon., 1911, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Monghyr, by anon., 1909, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Murshidabad, by anon., 1914, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Nadia, by anon., 1910, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Patna, by anon., 1907, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Purnea, by anon., 1911, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Rajshahi, by anon., 1908, (English)
  • Bengal District Gazetteers - Saran, by anon., 1908, (English)
  • Bloudy news from Germany, by Anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings 11-18th May, 1767, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings 1st-18th April, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 11th-18th April, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 15-26th August, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 18th-29th January, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 1st-12th August, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 1st-18th July, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 22nd-25th April, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 28th March, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 29th April, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 2nd to 16th December, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 2nd-31st May, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 4th January-15th January, 1788, by anon., , (English)
  • Board of Revenue Proceedings, 7th-11th March, by anon., , (English)
  • By the King a further proclamation prohibiting the exportation of corne and graine, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649: Charles I), 1630, (English)
  • By the King a proclamation for preventing the dearth of corne and victual, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I), 1630, (English)
  • By the King a proclamation for preventing the dearth of corne and victual, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I), 1630, (English)
  • By the King. The Kings most excellent Majestie, finding that the infection of the plague is at this present dispersed and scattered ..., by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I), 1630, (English)
  • By the Queene, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I), 1588, (English)
  • By the Queene, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I), 1587, (English)
  • By the Queene, by England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I), 1587, (English)
  • By the Supreame Councell of the Confederat Catholicks of Ireland, by Confederate Catholics. Supreme Council., 1648, (English)
  • CAUSES Of a Solemn National Fast and Humiliation, by General Assembly. Church of Scotland., 1649, (English)
  • CHURCH-LANDS NOT TO BE SOLD, by John Warner, 1647, (English)
  • CLEOMENES, by John Dryden, 1692, (English)
  • CVIII Lectures Upon the Fourth of John Preached at Ashby-Delazouch in Leicestershire, by Arthur Hildersam, 1632, (English)
  • Calendar of Persian Correspondence, Vol.I: 1757-1767, by anon., 2013, (English)
  • Calendar of Persian Correspondence, Vol.II: 1767-1769, by anon., 1914, (English)
  • Calendar of Persian Correspondence, Vol.III: 1770-1772, by anon., 1919, (English)
  • Calendar of Persian Correspondence, Vol.IV: 1772-1775, by anon., 1925, (English)
  • Calendar of Persian Correspondence, Vol.V: 1776-1780, by anon., 1930, (English)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, East Indies and Persia, 1630-1634, by anon., 1892, (English)
  • Calender of the Manuscripts, by R.T. Gunton, 1915, (English)
  • Campania Foelix, by Timothy Nourse, 1700, (English)
  • Certaine Serious Thoughts, by Christopher Wyvill, 1647, (English)
  • Certaine experiments concerning fish and fruite, by John Taverner, 1600, (English)
  • Certaine observations upon some texts of Scripture, by T. M., 1648, (English)
  • Certaine philosophical preparations of foode and beverage for seamen, by Hugh Platt, 1607, (English)
  • Chhiattor-er Monnontor, by Dukhushyam Chitrakar, 2020, (Bengali English)
  • Chorographia., by William Gray, 1649, (English)
  • Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners To Himself, by Samuel Rutherfurd, 1647, (English)
  • Comedies and Tragedies, by Francis Beaumont et al., 1647, (English)
  • Comparative State., by John Darlrymple, 1785, (English)
  • Considerations on India Affairs, by William Bolts, 1772, (English)
  • Cornucopiae, by Thomas Johnson, 1595, (English)
  • Delightes for ladies to adorne their persons, tables, closets, and distillatories with beauties, banquets, perfumes and waters, by Hugh Platt, 1602, (English)
  • Devout Rhapsodies, by J.A. Rivers, 1647, (English)
  • Discourse of trade, coyn, and paper credit, by John Pollexfen, 1697, (English)
  • Dissertation Concerning Landed Property of Bengal, by Charles Boughton-Rouse, 1791, (English)
  • Divine Fancies, by Francis Quarles, 1633, (English)
  • Divine Poems, by Francis Quarles, 1633, (English)
  • Divine contemplations, necessary for these times. By H.I., by Henry Isaacson, 1648, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Ghani Kashmiri, by Muhammad Tahir Ghani, 2016, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Hazin-e-Lahiji, by HazinLahiji, 2016, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Kalim Kashani, by Kalim Kashani, 2016, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Nasir Ali Sirhindi, by Nasir Ali Sirhindi, 2016, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Naziri Nishapuri, by Naziri Nishapuri, 2016, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Saib, by Saib Tabrizi, 2016, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Tehrani, by Mohd Reza Taheri, 2016, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Urfi Shirazi, by Urfi Shirazi, 2016, (English)
  • Doomesday, by Anon, 1647, (English)
  • Early Travels In India 1583-1619, by anon., 1921, (English)
  • Eikon basilike, by Charles I, King of England, 1648, (English)
  • Emblems With Elegant Figures, by John Hall, 1648, (English)
  • England In Its Condition, by John Benson, 1648, (English)
  • England as Seen by Foreigners in the Days of Elizbeth and James the First, by W.B Rye, 1865, (English)
  • England's Calamities Discovered, by James Whiston, 1696, (English)
  • England's Complaint, by Lionel Gatford, 1648, (English)
  • England's Interest, by James Puckle, 1696, (English)
  • Englands Hallelujah, by John Vicars, 1631, (English)
  • Englands Hazzard, by Anon., 1648, (English)
  • Englands Parnassus, by Robert Albott, 1600, (English)
  • Englands Petition to King Charles, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • Englands Remedy of a Deadly Malady, by Anon, July 10, 1647, (English)
  • Englands Troublers Troubled, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • Englands Warning-Piece, by Anon, 1655, (English)
  • Enquiries Touching the Diversity of Languages, and Religions Through the Cheife Parts of the World, by Edward Brerewood, 1614, (English)
  • Enquiries concerning Agriculture, by Daniel Coxe, 1665, (English)
  • Epigrammes in the Oldest Cut, and Newest Fashion, by John Weever, 1599, (English)
  • Etmullerus abridg'd, by Michael Ettmüller, 1699, (English)
  • Exclamatio Pauperum, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • Fifty Sermons, by John Donne, 1649, (English)
  • Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, by Thomas Tusser, 1597, (English)
  • Five Letters From a Free Merchant in Bengal to Warren Hastings, by Joseph Price, 1783, (English)
  • Five Treatises of the Philosophers Stone, by Alphonso V King of Portugal, 1432-1481, 1651, (English)
  • Floraes paradise, by Hugh Platt, 1608, (English)
  • Fons Lachrymarum, or, A Fountain of Tears, by John Quarles, 1649, (English)
  • Fort William-India House Correspondence, Vol-IX: 1782-1785, by anon., 1959, (English)
  • Fort William-India House Correspondence, Vol-X: 1786-1788, by anon., 1959, (English)
  • Fort William-India House Correspondence, Vol.VI: 1770-1772, by anon., 1955, (English)
  • Fort William-India House Correspondences, Vol V: 1767-1769, by anon., 1949, (English)
  • Fort William-India House Correspondences, Vol-XV: 1782-1786, by anon., 1963, (English)
  • Fort William-India House Correspondences, Vol. VII: 1773-1776, by anon., 1949, (English)
  • Fort William-India House Correspondences, Vol. XVII: 1792-1795, by anon., 1955, (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)
  • Guzidah Ash‘ār-e-Sabk-e-Hindi, by Ali Reza Zakavati et al., 2016, (English)
  • Hastings' Memoirs Relative to the state of India, by Warren Hastings, 1787, (English)
  • History of Dogri Literature, by Shivanath, 1976, (English)
  • History of India, Volume IX, by anon., 1907, (English)
  • History of India, Volume V, by anon., 1907, (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)
  • How Superior Powers Oght To Be Obeyd of Their Subjects, by Christopher Goodman, 1558, (English)
  • Husbandry anatomized, by James Donaldson, 1697, (English)
  • Hyberniae Lachrymae, by Anon, July 14, 1648, (English)
  • Hymn of Praise for the Abundant Harvest of 1796, by Hannah More, 1796, (English)
  • Improvement of Fisheries, by John Dixon, 1800, (English)
  • India Record Series Old Fort William in Bengal Vol.1, by anon., 1906, (English)
  • Indian Recreations Vol.I, by Rev William Tennant, 1804, (English)
  • Indian Recreations Vol.II, by Rev. William Tennant, 1804, (English)
  • Iniunctions set down by the L. Provest Bailzies and Counsel of Edinburgh to be observed by the stablers within the famyne in time comming, by Edinburgh, 1634, (English)
  • Iqtibas-ul-Anwar, by Mohd Akram Braswi, , (English)
  • Jacob Raised, by Willam Goode, 1647, (English)
  • Jahangir's India, by Francisco Pelsaert, 1925, (English)
  • Jeremiah's Contemplations On Jeremiah's Lamentations, by Jeremiah Rich, 1648, (English)
  • John Huighen van Linschoten. His Discours of Voyages into ye Easte & West Indies, by Jan Huygen van Linschoten, 1598, (English)
  • John Marshall in India: Notes and Observations in Bengal, 1668-1672, by anon., 1927, (English)
  • Journal from Surat to Agra & Dehly By the Way of Ugein, by Captain Charles Reynolds, 1785, (English)
  • Judgments of God Upon Ireland, by Anon, 1741, (English)
  • Kabir:The Weaver's Songs, by Kabir, 2003, (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)
  • Kolliyāt-e ātār-e Malek al-Šoʿarā Tāleb-e Āmoli, by Talib Amuli, 2016, (English)
  • Krishi Samachar- translation, by anon., 2016, (English)
  • Krishi Sampad-translation, by anon., 2016, (English)
  • Krishi Tatwa- translation, by anon., 2016, (English)
  • La Dance Machabre or Death's Duell, by Walter Colman, 1632, (English)
  • Le Tocsin!, by Anon, 1793, (English)
  • Lenten Stuff, by Thomas Nash, 1599, (English)
  • Letter Copy Books of the Murshidabad Durbar, by anon., 1919, (English)
  • Letter to Robert Clive from Issac Sage, by Isaac Sage, , (English)
  • Letters from Roger Drake, by Roger Drake, , (English)
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  • 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 picture a tragaecomaedie : as it was often presented with good allowance, at the Globe, and Blackefriers playhouses, by the Kings Majesties servants / written by Philip Massinger., by Philip Massinger, 1630, (English)
  • The raging Turke, or, Baiazet the Second A tragedie written by Thomas Goffe, Master of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford, and acted by the students of the same house, by Thomas Goffe, 1631, (English)
  • The ravens Almanacke, by Thomas Dekker, 1609, (English)
  • The saints desire, by Samuel Richardson, 1647, (English)
  • The seconde tragedie of Seneca entituled Thyestes faithfully Englished by Iasper Heywood fellowe of Alsolne College in Oxforde, by Lucius Annaeus Seneca, 1560, (English)
  • The summarie of certaine reasons, by England and Wales, 1560, (English)
  • The sure way to wealth, by Daniel Burgess, 1693, (English)
  • The surueyors dialogue Divided into five bookes, by John Norden, 1607, (English)
  • The traytor A tragedie, written by Iames Shirley. Acted by her Majesties Servants, by James Shirley, 1635, (English)
  • The waters of Marah sweetned, by Timothy Batt, 1648, (English)
  • The workes of that famous chirurgion Ambrose Parey translated out of Latine and compared with the French. by Th: Johnson, by Ambroise Paré, 1634, (English)
  • Three Christian Sermons, by Ludwig Lavater, 1596, (English)
  • Three Miseries of Barbary: Plague. Famine. Civill Warre, by George Wilkins, 1607, (English)
  • To the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of the City of London, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • To the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament Assembled, by Anon, 1647, (English)
  • Translation Chaitanyamangal, by Jayananda, 2016, (English)
  • Translation Chandimangal, by Kabikankan Mukunda, 2013, (English)
  • Translation Itihasashrito Bangla Kobita(1751-1855), by anon., 2016, (English)
  • Translation Manasamangal, by Visnu Pala, 2016, (English)
  • Travels Over England, Scotland and Wales, by James Brome, 1700, (English)
  • Travels in India, Volume I, by Jean Baptiste Tavernier, 1889, (English)
  • Travels in India, Volume II, by Jean Baptiste Tavernier, 1889, (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)
  • Travels of the Jesuits, Into Various Parts of the World, Volume I, by J. Lockman, 1743, (English)
  • Travels of the Jesuits, Into Various Parts of the World, Volume II, by J. Lockman, 1743, (English)
  • Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri Vol.01, by Emperor Jahangir, 1909, (English)
  • Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri.Vol.02, by Emperor Jahangir, 1914, (English)
  • Tuzuk-e-Jahangiri, by Emperor Jahangir, , (English)
  • Two Discourses Concerning the Affairs of Scotland, by Andrew Fletcher, 1698, (English)
  • Tārikh-i- Firishta / Gulshan-i-Ibrāhīmī, by Firishta Muḥammad Ḳāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī, 2016, (English)
  • Unfortunate Englysh Princes, by Anon, , (English)
  • Unto His Grace His Majesties High Commissioner, by George Mackenzie, 1697, (English)
  • Unum Necessarium, by John Cooke, 1647, (English)
  • Vicissitudes Progress, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • Virgidemiarum Sixe Bookes, by Joseph Hall, 1602, (English)
  • Virgo Triumphans, by Edward Williams, 1650, (English)
  • Vox Infantis. Or, The Propheticall Child, by Sampson Jones, 1649, (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)
  • Waqiat-e-Kashmir, by Muhammad Azam, 2016, (English)
  • Whimzies: or, a new cast of characters, by Richard Brathwaite, 1631, (English)
  • XXX. Sermons Lately Preached at the Parish Church of Saint Mary Magdalen Milkstreet, by Anthony Farindon, 1647, (English)
  • For more information about the project, contact Dr Ayesha Mukherjee at the University of Exeter.

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