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  • Isaac Sage, Letter to Robert Clive from Issac Sage ()
  • Michael Scot, Philosophers banquet Newly furnished and decked forth with much variety, The 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., (1633)
  • Privy Council. Scotland, PROCLAMATION, A (1690)
  • Luke Scrafton, Observations on Vansittart (1767)
  • Ramprasad Sen, Ramprasad Jiboni o Rochonasomogro (2016)
  • Ramprasad Sen, Ramprasad Jiboni o Rochonasomogro (1957)
  • Jean-François Senault, Paraphrase upon Job, A (1648)
  • Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Seconde tragedie of Seneca entituled Thyestes faithfully Englished by Iasper, The Heywood fellowe of Alsolne College in Oxforde, (1560)
  • Common Sense, Cause of the Present Threatened Famine, The (1800)
  • William Shakespeare, Tragedy of Coriolanus, The ()
  • William Shakespeare, First Part of KING HENRY IV, The (1598)
  • William Shakespeare, Second Part of KING HENRY IV, The (2000)
  • William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (2012)
  • William Shakespeare, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (1998)
  • William Shakespeare, Pericles (1608)
  • Ramnath Shastri, Bawa Jito (1973)
  • Urfi Shirazi, Diwan-e-Urfi Shirazi (2016)
  • Urfi Shirazi, Diwan-e-Urfi Shirazi (1960)
  • James Shirley, Gratefull servant A comedie. As it was lately presented with good, The applause at the private House in Drury-Lane, by her Majesties Servants. Written, by Iames Shirley Gent, (1630)
  • James Shirley, Traytor A tragedie, written by Iames Shirley. Acted by her Majesties, The Servants, (1635)
  • Shivanath, History of Dogri Literature (1976)
  • John Shower, No Peace to the Wicked (1694)
  • Sri Narayan Singh, Battle of Kanarpi Ghat (1885)
  • Sri Narayan Singh, Battle of Kanarpi Ghat (1885)
  • Nasir Ali Sirhindi, Diwan-e-Nasir Ali Sirhindi (2016)
  • Nasir Ali Sirhindi, Diwan-e-Nasir Ali Sirhindi (1892)
  • Johannes Sleidanus, Famouse Cronicle of Oure Time, Called Sleidanes Commentaries, A (1560)
  • A Wellwisher of the Society, Dublin Scuffle, The (1729)
  • Edmund Spenser, Faerie Queene, The (1977)
  • Bartholemew Square, Travels of the Abbé Carré in India and the Near East, 1672-1674, Volume, The II, (1990)
  • Bartholemew Square, Travels of the Abbé Carré in India and the Near East, 1672-1674, Volume, The I, (1990)
  • Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, Mapp and description of New-England together with a discourse of, The plantation, and collonies: also, a relation of the nature of the climate, and, how it agrees with our owne country England. How neere it lyes to Newfoundland,, Virginia, Nova Francia, Canada, and other parts of the WestIndies. Written by, Sr. William Alexander, Knight, (1630)
  • John Stow, Suruay of London, A (1598)
  • Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, Songes and Sonettes (1557)
  • Thomas Swadlin, Hands of God: or King Davids Choice, The (1647)
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