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  • George Abbot, Exposition Upon the Prophet Jonah, An (1600)
  • Henry Adis, Cup for the citie, and her adherents, A (1648)
  • The President of the Board of Agriculture, Land of Nineveh, The (1795)
  • Khwajah Nizamuddin Ahmed, Tabaqat-I-Akbari.Vol.02 (1936)
  • Khwajah Nizamuddin Ahmed, Tabaqat-I-Akbari.Vol.03 (1939)
  • Khwajah Nizamuddin Ahmed, Tabaqat-I-Akbari.Vol.02 (1931)
  • Khwajah Nizamuddin Ahmed, Tabaqat-I-Akbari.Vol.03 (1935)
  • Robert Albott, Englands Parnassus (1600)
  • Richard Allestree, Whole Duty of Man Epitomiz'd for the Benefit of the Poor, The (1700)
  • Talib Amuli, Kolliyāt-e āṯār-e Malek al-Šoʿarā Ṭāleb-e Āmoli (1967)
  • Talib Amuli, Kolliyāt-e ātār-e Malek al-Šoʿarā Tāleb-e Āmoli (2016)
  • Anon, Lamentacion of England, The (1558)
  • Anon, Unfortunate Englysh Princes ()
  • Anon, True Relation of the French Kinge, A (1592)
  • Anon, Doomesday (1647)
  • Anon, Good Motion, A (1646)
  • Anon, To the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of the City of London (1648)
  • Anon, Voice of Conscience, To All Well Meaning Citizens, The (1648)
  • Anon, Another Great and Bloudy Fight in the North (1648)
  • Anon, Englands Remedy of a Deadly Malady (1647)
  • Anon, To the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament Assembled (1647)
  • Anon, Exclamatio Pauperum (1648)
  • Anon, Vicissitudes Progress (1648)
  • Anon, Sad Message, A (1648)
  • Anon, Mournfull Cryes of Many Thousand Poore Tradesmen, The (1648)
  • Anon, Remonstrance and Complaints of the Poore Commoners of England, The (1648)
  • Anon, Fraction in the Assembly: or the Synod in Armes, A (1648)
  • Anon, Declaration and Ingagement of the Protestant Army in the Province of, The Mounster, (1648)
  • Anon, Desires and Propositions of the Lord Inchequin, The (1647)
  • Anon, Case Is Altred, The (1649)
  • Anon, May 24, 1649. A True Representation (1649)
  • Anon, Le Tocsin! (1793)
  • Anon, Impartial View of English Agriculture From Permitting the Exportation of, An Corn, (1766)
  • Anon, Judgments of God Upon Ireland (1741)
  • Anon, Lanthorne for Landlords, A (1630)
  • Anon, Englands Warning-Piece (1655)
  • Anon, Hyberniae Lachrymae (1648)
  • Anon, Elegie On the Death of Sir Charls Lucas and Sir George Lisle, An (1648)
  • Anon, Causes of Scotland's Miseries, The (1700)
  • Anon, Mutable and wavering estate of France , The (1597)
  • Anon, True Relation of What Has Passed, A (1698)
  • Henry Arthington, Provision for the Poore (1597)
  • Wajihuddin Ashraf, Bahar-e-Zakhkhar-Vol.02 (2012)
  • Wajihuddin Ashraf, Bahar-e-Zakhkhar-Vol.2 ()
  • Wajihuddin Ashraf, Bahar-e-Zakhkhar-Vol.3 ()
  • Wajihuddin Ashraf, Bahar-e-Zakhkhar-Vol.03 (2012)
  • Firishta Muḥammad Ḳāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī, Tārikh-i- Firishta / Gulshan-i-Ibrāhīmī (2010)
  • Firishta Muḥammad Ḳāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī, Tārikh-i- Firishta / Gulshan-i-Ibrāhīmī (2016)
  • William Attersoll, Phisicke Against Famine (1632)
  • Lachmi Narain Shafiq Aurangabadi, Haqiqatha-i Hindustan ()
  • Emperor Aurangzeb, Ruka'at-I-Alamgiri (1908)
  • Emperor Aurangzeb, Aurangzeb's Farman to Rasikdas (1906)
  • Emperor Aurangzeb, Ruqait-I-Alamgiri ()
  • Muhammad Azam, Waqiat-e-Kashmir ()
  • Muhammad Azam, Waqiat-e-Kashmir (2016)
  • Abd al-Qadir Badauni, Muntakhab-ut-Tawarikh.Vol.1 (1990)
  • Abd al-Qadir Badauni, Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh.Vol.2 (1990)
  • Abd al-Qadir Badauni, Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh:Vol.1 (1865)
  • Abd al-Qadir Badauni, Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh.Vol.2 (1865)
  • Robert Baillie, Anabaptism (1646)
  • William Baldwin, Myrroure For Magistrates, A (1559)
  • Banarasidas, Ardhakathanaka (2009)
  • Thomas Bancroft, Gluttons Feaver, The (1633)
  • Sir Richard Barckley, Felicitie of Man, or, His Summum Bonum, The (1631)
  • Ayyub Abul Barkah, Tabaqat-e-Shahjahani (2013)
  • Ayyub Abul Barkah, Tabaqat-i-Shahjahani (2016)
  • Peter Barker, Prophecie of Agabus, Concerning a Generall Famine to Come Upon the, The Worlde, (1597)
  • Matthew Barker, Christian Standing & Moving Upon the True Foundation, A (1648)
  • Robert Baron, MIRZA. A Tragedie, Really acted in PERSIA, in the last Age. (1647)
  • Ram Basu, Kavigaan Songroho (1862)
  • Timothy Batt, Waters of Marah sweetned, The (1648)
  • John Battie, Merchants Remonstrance, The (1648)
  • Richard Baxter, Saints Everlasting Rest, The (1650)
  • Joseph Beaumont, Psyche, or, Loves mysterie in XX canto's, displaying the intercourse betwixt Christ and the soule (1648)
  • Francis Beaumont, Comedies and Tragedies (1647)
  • Richard Becher, Medium of the Bazar Price at Poornea and Denagepoor ()
  • Thomas Becon, Fortresse of the Faythfull Agaynst ye Cruel Assautes of Povertie and, The Honger, (1550)
  • William Beech, View of Englands Present Distempers, A (1650)
  • John Bellers, PROPOSALS FOR RAISING (1695)
  • Francois Bernier, Travels in the Mogul Empire, A.D. 1656-1668 (1891)
  • Simon Birckbeck, Cordiall for a Heart-Qualme , A (1647)
  • Rev. John Black, Famine of Samaria: A Sermon, The (1795)
  • John Blanch, Abstract of the Grievances of Trade Which Oppress Our Poor, An (1694)
  • Robert Bolton, Threefold Treatise, A (1634)
  • Robert Bolton, Mr. Boltons Last and Learned Worke of the Foure Last Things (1632)
  • William Bolts, Considerations on India Affairs (1772)
  • Willem Ysbrantsz Bontekoe, Memorable Description of the East Indian Voyage (1929)
  • Giovanni Botero, Relations of the Most Famous Kingdomes and Common-wealths Thorowout the World (1630)
  • Charles Boughton-Rouse, Dissertation Concerning Landed Property of Bengal (1791)
  • Dr Strage Bouram, Strage and Wonderful Prophesies (1696)
  • Thomas Bowrey, Geographical Account of Countries Round the Bay of Bengal,, A 1669-1679, (1905)
  • Zacharie Boyd, Psalms of David in Meeter, The (1648)
  • Ellis Bradshaw, Husbandmans Harrow, An (1649)
  • Anne Bradstreet, Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up In America or Severall Poems, The (1650)
  • Chandar Bhan Brahman, Manshat Barhaman ()
  • Mohd Akram Braswi, Iqtibas-ul-Anwar (2016)
  • Mohd Akram Braswi, Iqtibas-ul-Anwar ()
  • Richard Brathwaite, Anniversaries Upon His Panarete (1634)
  • Richard Brathwaite, Whimzies: or, a new cast of characters (1631)
  • Edward Brerewood, Enquiries Touching the Diversity of Languages, and Religions Through the Cheife Parts of the World (1614)
  • Sir Francis Brewster, Discourse Concerning Ireland, A (1698)
  • James Brome, Travels Over England, Scotland and Wales (1700)
  • Digby Bull, Church's Request, The (1695)
  • John Bunyan, Scriptural Poems (1700)
  • Daniel Burgess, Sure way to wealth, The (1693)
  • Thomas Burnet, Short Consideration of Mr. Erasmus Warren's Defence, A (1691)
  • H.C., Set on the Great Pot (1694)
  • Johannes Carion, Thre Bokes of Cronicles, The (1560)
  • Joseph Caryl, Exposition, An (1647)
  • Council Chamber, Letters from the Council Chamber ()
  • Thomas Churchyard, Contention Betwyxte Churchyeard and Camell, The (1560)
  • Thomas Churchyard, Musicall Consort of Heavenly Harmonie, A (1595)
  • Marcus Tullius Cicero, Marcus Tullius Ciceroes thre bokes of duties (1556)
  • Ulick de Burgh, Earl of Clanricarde, Declaration of the Resolutions of His Majesties Forces, A (1931)
  • John Clarke, Holy Incense for the Censers of the Saints (1634)
  • Robert Cleaver, GODLY FORME OF HOUSHOLD GOVERNMENT: FOR THE ORDERING OF PRIVATE FAMILIES,, A according to the direction of Gods Word, (1598)
  • Lord Robert Clive, Lord Clive's Speech in the House of Commons, 30th March, 1772 (1772)
  • H T Colebrooke, Remarks on the present state of the Husbandry and Commerce (1795)
  • Henry James Coleridge, Life and Letters of St. Francis Xavier, The (1881)
  • Walter Colman, La Dance Machabre or Death's Duell (1632)
  • John Cooke, Unum Necessarium (1647)
  • Captain Cope, New History of the East-Indies, A (1754)
  • John Cotton, Bloudy tenent, washed, and made white in the bloud of the Lambe, The (1647)
  • England and Wales. Privy Council, Orders devised by the especiall commandement of the Queenes Majestie (1587)
  • Captaine Robert Coverte, True and Almost Incredible Report of an Englishman, A (1612)
  • Abraham Cowley, Foure ages of England, or, The iron age with other select poems / written, The by Mr. A. Cowley. , (1648)
  • Daniel Coxe, Enquiries concerning Agriculture (1665)
  • A DYER, SHORT VIEW OF THE MISERIES OF WARRE (1647)
  • William Dampier, New voyage round the world, A (1697)
  • John Darlrymple, Comparative State. (1785)
  • Bindrāban Das, Lubbut Tawarikh (2016)
  • Bindrāban Das, Lubbut Tawarikh ()
  • Ratiram Das, Jag-Gaan (1908)
  • Ketakadas Das, Manasar Bhasan (1886)
  • Thomas Dekker, Blacke rod, and the white rod (justice and mercie,) striking, and, The sparing, [brace] London, (1630)
  • Thomas Dekker, Ravens Almanacke, The (1609)
  • Gabriel Dellon, Voyage to the East-Indies, A (1698)
  • Jean Despagne, New Observations Upon the Creed (1647)
  • Ysbrand van Diemerbroeck, Anatomy of human bodies, The (1694)
  • Leonard Digges, Prognostication of right good effect, A (1555)
  • Leonard Digges, Prognostication everlasting of right good effect, A (1605)
  • John Dixon, Improvement of Fisheries (1800)
  • James Donaldson, Husbandry anatomized (1697)
  • John Donne, Fifty Sermons (1649)
  • John Donne, Poems, by J.D. With Elegies On the Authors Death (1633)
  • James Drake, Sham-Lawyer OR THE LUCKY EXTRAVAGANT., The (1697)
  • Jeremias Drexel, Nicetas or the Triumph Over Incontinencie (1633)
  • Jeremias Drexel, Christians zodiake, or, Twelve signes of predestination unto life, The everlasting written in Lattin by Jeremie Drexelius., (1647)
  • John Dryden, CLEOMENES (1692)
  • Pandit Hazariprasad Dvivedi, Kabir (1942)
  • Roger Edgeworth, Sermons Very Fruitfull, Godly, and Learned (1557)
  • Edinburgh, Iniunctions set down by the L. Provest Bailzies and Counsel of Edinburgh to be observed by the stablers within the famyne in time comming (1634)
  • Charles I, King of England, Eikon basilike (1648)
  • Michael Ettmüller, Etmullerus abridg'd (1699)
  • John Evans, Sacrifice of a Contrite Heart in Teares, Meditations, and Prayers, The (1630)
  • Baron Thomas Fairfax, Petition Presented by the Inhabitants of Newport-Pagnell, A (1648)
  • Thomas Fairfax, Declarations and Humble Representations of the Officers and, The Souldiers, (1648)
  • Anthony Farindon, XXX. Sermons Lately Preached at the Parish Church of Saint Mary Magdalen Milkstreet (1647)
  • Abul Fazl, Akbarnama Vol.1 ()
  • Abul Fazl, Akbarnama.Vol.2 ()
  • Abul Fazl, Akbarnama.Vol.3 ()
  • Abul Fazl, Akbarnama Vol.1 ()
  • Abul Fazl, Akbarnama.Vol.2 ()
  • Abul Fazl, Akbarnama.Vol.3 ()
  • Abul Fazl'Allāmi, Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.1 (1872)
  • Abul Fazl'Allāmi, Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.1 (1872)
  • Abul Fazl'Allāmi, Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.2 (1877)
  • Abū'l-Fazl'Allāmi, Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.1 (1872)
  • Abū'l-Fazl'Allāmi, Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.2 (1877)
  • Abū'l-Fazl'Allāmi, Ain-I-Akbari.Vol.3 (1877)
  • Caesar Federici, Voyage and Travaile of M. Caesar Frederick, The (1588)
  • William Fenner, Divine Message to the Elect Soule, A (1647)
  • Robert Ferguson, Just and Modest Vindication of the Scots Design, A (1699)
  • Johannes Ferrarius, Woorke of Joannes Ferrarius Montanus, touchynge the good orderynge of a common, A weale, (1559)
  • Henri de Feynes, Exact and Curious Survey of All the East Indies, An (1615)
  • Kangal Fikirchand, Baul-Songit (1916)
  • Charles Fitz-Geffrie, Curse of Corne-horders: With the Blessing of Seasonable Selling, The (1631)
  • Charles Fitz-Geffry, Gods Blessing Upon the Providers of Corne (1648)
  • Andrew Fletcher, Two Discourses Concerning the Affairs of Scotland (1698)
  • Thomas Foster, Plouto-Mastix: The Scourge of Covetousnesse (1631)
  • François Froger, Relation of a voyage made in the years 1695, 1696, 1697, A (1698)
  • John Fryer, New Account of East-India and Persia, in Eight Letters, A (1698)
  • Christopher Fryke, Voyages to the East Indies, Volume I (1929)
  • Christopher Fryke, Voyages to the East Indies, Volume II (1929)
  • William Fulke, Antiprognosticon That Is To Saye, An Invective Agaynst the Vayne and Unprofitable Predictions of the Astrologians (1560)
  • Thomas Fuller, Historie of the Holy Warre, The (1647)
  • Thomas Gage, English-American, The (1648)
  • Thomas Gainsford, Glory of England, The (1618)
  • Manikram Ganguly, Dharmamangal (1960)
  • Richard Gardiner, Profitable insructions for the manuring, sowing, and planting of kitchin gardens (1599)
  • Samuel Gardiner, Cognizance of a True Christian, The (1597)
  • Lionel Gatford, A faithfull and faire warning humbly presented to the knights, gentlemen, clergie­men, yeomen, and other the inhabitants of the county of Suffolke (1648)
  • Lionel Gatford, England's Complaint (1648)
  • John Gerard, Herball Or Generall Historie of Plantes, The (1633)
  • Muhammad Tahir Ghani, Diwan-e-Ghani Kashmiri (1923)
  • Muhammad Tahir Ghani, Diwan-e-Ghani Kashmiri (2016)
  • Ghausi, Tabaqat-e-Shahjahani (2013)
  • Ghausi, Tabaqat-i-Shahjahani (2016)
  • Jamini Mohan Ghosh, Sannyasi and Fakir Rebellion in Bengal (1930)
  • Jamini Mohan Ghosh, Sannyasi and Fakir Rebellion in Bengal (2016)
  • Francis Gladwin, Narrative of the Transactions in Bengal, During the Soobahdaries, A (1788)
  • Francis Godwin, Annales of England (1630)
  • Thomas Goffe, Raging Turke, or, Baiazet the Second A tragedie written by Thomas Goffe,, The Master of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford, and acted by the, students of the same house, (1631)
  • Robert Gomersall, Poems (1633)
  • Willam Goode, Jacob Raised (1647)
  • Christopher Goodman, How Superior Powers Oght To Be Obeyd of Their Subjects (1558)
  • William Gouge, Saints Sacrifice, The (1640)
  • William Gouge, Gods Three Arrowes: Plague, Famine, Sword (1631)
  • Samuel Grascome, Appeal To All True Englishmen, An (1699)
  • William Gray, Chorographia. (1649)
  • Robert Greene, Defence of conny catching, The (1592)
  • Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato, History of the late warres, An (1648)
  • Everard Guilpin, Skialetheia. Or, A Shadowe of Truth, In Certaine Epigrams and Satyres (1598)
  • R.T. Gunton, Calender of the Manuscripts (1915)
  • Rudolf Gwalther, Antichrist, That Is To Saye: A True Reporte, That Antichriste Is Come (1556)
  • Joseph Hall, Virgidemiarum Sixe Bookes (1602)
  • John Hall, Emblems With Elegant Figures (1648)
  • Md Sadiq Kashmiri Hamdani, Tabaqāt-e-Shāhjahāni-Vol.2 (2013)
  • Md Sadiq Dihlawi Kashmiri Hamdani, Tabaqāt-e-Shāhjahāni-Vol.2 ()
  • Captain Alexander Hamilton, New Account of the East-Indies, Volume 2, A (1739)
  • Captain Alexander Hamilton, New Account of the East-Indies, Volume 1, A (1739)
  • Thomas Harby, Nations Claim of Native Right, The (1650)
  • Mirza Mohammad Rustam Harisi, 'Ibrat Namah (2001)
  • Mirza Mohammad Rustam Harisi, 'Ibrat Namah (2016)
  • William Harrison, Description of England. , The (1968)
  • James Hart, 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 (1633)
  • Samuel Hartlib, Samuel Hartlib, his legacy of husbandry (1655)
  • Samuel Hartlib, Londons Charity Inlarged (1650)
  • Warren Hastings, Hastings' Memoirs Relative to the state of India (1787)
  • Simon Hedge, Poor Man's Prayer, The (1766)
  • Thomas Henderson, Last Offers of the Noblemen, The (1648)
  • James Henric, Curtaine of Churchpower and Authoritie in Things Called, The Indifferent, (1632)
  • George Herbert, Temple Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations, The (1633)
  • Thomas Herbert, Relation of Some Yeares Travaile, A (1634)
  • Herodian, History of Herodian, a Greeke authour, The (1556)
  • Peter Heylyn, Mikrokosmos: A Little Description of the Great World (1625)
  • Thomas Heyrick, Miscellany Poems (1691)
  • John Heywood, Hundred Epigrammes, An (1550)
  • Arthur Hildersam, CVIII Lectures Upon the Fourth of John Preached at Ashby-Delazouch in Leicestershire (1632)
  • Arthur Hildersam, Doctrine of Fasting and Praier, and Humiliation for Sinne, The (1633)
  • John Hoddesdon, Sion and Parnassus (1650)
  • Henry Holland, Christian Exercise of Fasting, The (1596)
  • John Hooper, Homelye to be Read in the Tyme of Pestylence, An (1553)
  • James Howell, Bella Scot-Anglica (1648)
  • Benjamin Hubbard, Sermo Secularis (1648)
  • Earl of Clarendon , Edward Hyde, Full Answer to An Infamous and Trayterous Pamphlet, A (1648)
  • Henry Isaacson, Divine contemplations, necessary for these times. By H.I. (1648)
  • Wafai Isfahani, Tabaqat-e-Shahjahani (2013)
  • Wafai Isfahani, Tabaqat-i-Shahjahani (2016)
  • Emperor Jahangir, Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri Vol.01 (1909)
  • Emperor Jahangir, Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri.Vol.02 (1914)
  • Emperor Jahangir, Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri.Vol.01 (2006)
  • Emperor Jahangir, Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri.Vol.02 (2006)
  • Emperor Jahangir, Tuzuk-I-Jahangiri (1864)
  • Emperor Jahangir, Tuzuk-e-Jahangiri ()
  • Father Pierre Du Jarric, S.J., Akbar and the Jesuits (1926)
  • Jayananda, Chaitanyamangal (1971)
  • Jayananda, Translation Chaitanyamangal (2016)
  • Richard Johnson, Most pleasant history of Tom a Lincolne that renowned souldier, the, The Redrose Knight, who for his valour and chivalry, was surnamed the boast of, England. Shewing his honourable victories in forraigne countries, with his, strange fortunes in the Fayrie land: and how he married the faire Anglitora,, daughter to Prester John, that renowned monarke of the world. Together with the, lives and deathes of his two famous sonnes, the Blacke Knight, and the Fayrie, Knight, with divers other memorable accidents, full of delight., (1631)
  • Thomas Johnson, Cornucopiae (1595)
  • Sampson Jones, Vox Infantis. Or, The Propheticall Child (1649)
  • Ben Jonson, Alchemist, The (2010)
  • Ben Jonson, Complete Poems, The (1975)
  • John Jourdain, Journal of John Jourdain, 1608-1617, The (1905)
  • Kabir, Essential Kabir (2011)
  • Kabir, Kabir:The Weaver's Songs (2003)
  • Muhammad Salih Kambo, Amal-I-Salih-Vol.1 (1923)
  • Muhammad Salih Kambo, Amal-I-Salih.Vol.02 (1927)
  • Muhammad Salih Kambo, Amal-I-Salih.Vol.3 (1939)
  • Qazi Abdul Karim, Mirat-I-Ahmadi-Vol.1 ()
  • Kalim Kashani, Diwan-e-Kalim Kashani (1983)
  • Kalim Kashani, Diwan-e-Kalim Kashani (2016)
  • Binish Kashmiri, Poetry- Binish Kashmiri (2013)
  • Binish Kashmiri, Poetry- Binish Kashmiri (2016)
  • Saqi Mustaid Khan, Maasir-I-Alamgiri (1947)
  • Ali Mohammed Khan, Mirat-I-Ahmadi:Vol.1 (1928)
  • Ali Mohammed Khan, Mirat-I-Ahmadi:Supplement (1928)
  • Saqi Mustaid Khan, Maasir-I-Alamgiri (1871)
  • Inayat Khan, Mulakhkhas (1990)
  • Ali Muhammad Khan, Mirat-I-Ahmadi (1965)
  • Bakhtawar Khan, Mirat-Ul-Alam ()
  • Pir Ghulam Hasan Khuihari, Tarikh-I-Hasan Vol.2 (1954)
  • William King, Furmetary, The (1699)
  • John Knox, Faythfull Admonition, A (1554)
  • John Knox, Godly Letter, A (1554)
  • HazinLahiji, Diwan-e-Hazin-e-Lahiji ()
  • HazinLahiji, Diwan-e-Hazin-e-Lahiji (2016)
  • William Langland, Vision of Pierce Plowman, The (1550)
  • Thomas Lanquet, Epitome of chronicles, An (1559)
  • William Lauder, Ane compendious and breve tractate (1556)
  • Jean Law de Lauriston, Memoir of the Mughal Empire, A (2014)
  • Ludwig Lavater, Three Christian Sermons (1596)
  • Thomas Lever, Sermon Preached at Pauls Crosse the XIIII Day of December, A (1550)
  • George Liddell, Traveller's Song, The (1699)
  • William Lilly, World's Catastrophe, The (1647)
  • Jan Huygen van Linschoten, John Huighen van Linschoten. His Discours of Voyages into ye Easte & West Indies (1598)
  • J. Lockman, Travels of the Jesuits, Into Various Parts of the World, Volume I (1743)
  • J. Lockman, Travels of the Jesuits, Into Various Parts of the World, Volume II (1743)
  • T. M., Certaine observations upon some texts of Scripture (1648)
  • George Mackenzie, Unto His Grace His Majesties High Commissioner (1697)
  • Dwija Madhav, Mangalchandi Geet (1952)
  • Giovanni Pietro Maffei, Fuga Saeculi (1632)
  • Marquesse Virgilio Maluezzi, Chiefe Events of the Monarchie of Spaine, in the Yeare 1639, The (1647)
  • Fray Sebastien Manrique, Travels of Fray Sebastien Manrique, 1629-1643, Volume II (1927)
  • Niccolao Manucci, Pepys of Mogul India, A (1913)
  • Pietro Martire d' Anghiera, Decades of the newe worlde or west India, The (1555)
  • Philip Massinger, Picture a tragaecomaedie : as it was often presented with good allowance,, The at the Globe, and Blackefriers playhouses, by the Kings Majesties servants /, written by Philip Massinger., (1630)
  • Geo. Masterson, Declaration of Some Proceedings, A (1648)
  • Mir Mohammad Masum Bukhari, Tarikh-I-Sind ()
  • Noriko Mayeda, Tawi Tales:Folk Tales from Jammu (1974)
  • Jasper Mayne, Amorous Warre, The (1648)
  • Leonard Meager, THE Mystery of Husbandry (1697)
  • William Meeke, Faithfull Scout, The (1647)
  • Richard Meggott, Sermon Preached Before the Queen at White-Hall, A (1691)
  • Gracious Menewe, Confutacion of That Popishe and Antichristian Doctryne, A (1555)
  • Thomas Middleton, Chast mayd in Cheape-Side A pleasant conceited comedy never before printed., A As it hath beene often acted at the Swan on the Bankeside, by the Lady Elizabeth, her Servants. By Thomas Midelton Gent., (1630)
  • Father Monserrate, SJ., Commentary of Father Monserrate, S. J. on His Journey to the Court of, The Akbar, (1922)
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