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  • MIRZA. A Tragedie, Really acted in PERSIA, in the last Age., Robert Baron (1647)
  • Maasir-I-Alamgiri, Saqi Mustaid Khan (1871)
  • Maasir-I-Alamgiri, Saqi Mustaid Khan (1947)
  • Maimansingha-Gitika, (1958)
  • Malda Diary and Consultations (1680-1682), The, ()
  • Manasamangal, Visnu Pala (1968)
  • Manasar Bhasan, Ketakadas Das, Kshemananda Das (1886)
  • Mangalchandi Geet, Dwija Madhav (1952)
  • Manshat Barhaman, Chandar Bhan Brahman ()
  • 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,, Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of (1630)
  • Marcus Tullius Ciceroes thre bokes of duties, Marcus Tullius Cicero (1556)
  • May 24, 1649. A True Representation, Anon (1649)
  • Medium of the Bazar Price at Poornea and Denagepoor, Richard Becher ()
  • Memoir of The Life and Correspondence of John Lord Teignmouth Vol.1, Lord Teignmouth (1843)
  • Memoir of the Mughal Empire, A, Jean Law de Lauriston (2014)
  • Memorable Description of the East Indian Voyage, Willem Ysbrantsz Bontekoe, Mrs. C. B. Bodde-Hodgkinson, Pieter Geyl (1929)
  • Merchants Remonstrance, The, John Battie (1648)
  • Merchants map of commerce, The, Lewis Roberts (1700)
  • Mikrokosmos: A Little Description of the Great World, Peter Heylyn (1625)
  • Miraculous Supply; or, the Widow Sustained in the Time of Famine, The, Anon (1797)
  • Mirat-I-Ahmadi, Ali Muhammad Khan (1965)
  • Mirat-I-Ahmadi-Vol.1, Qazi Abdul Karim ()
  • Mirat-I-Ahmadi:Supplement, Ali Mohammed Khan (1928)
  • Mirat-I-Ahmadi:Vol.1, Ali Mohammed Khan (1928)
  • Mirat-Ul-Alam, Bakhtawar Khan ()
  • Miscellany Poems, Ovid (1697)
  • Miscellany Poems, Thomas Heyrick (1691)
  • Morgan's Map of the Whole of London in 1682, William Morgan (1682)
  • 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.,, Richard Johnson (1631)
  • Mournfull Cryes of Many Thousand Poore Tradesmen, The, Anon (1648)
  • Mr. Boltons Last and Learned Worke of the Foure Last Things, Robert Bolton (1632)
  • Mulakhkhas, Inayat Khan (1990)
  • Mundy Shaheb-er Golpo, Dukhushyam Chitrakar (2020)
  • Mundy Shaheb-er Golpo, Dukhushyam Chitrakar (2020)
  • Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh.Vol.2, Abd al-Qadir Badauni (1865)
  • Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh.Vol.2, Abd al-Qadir Badauni (1990)
  • Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh:Vol.1, Abd al-Qadir Badauni (1865)
  • Muntakhab-ut-Tawarikh.Vol.1, Abd al-Qadir Badauni (1990)
  • Musicall Consort of Heavenly Harmonie, A, Thomas Churchyard (1595)
  • Mutable and wavering estate of France , The, Anon (1597)
  • Myrrour or Cleare Glasse, A, Thomas Palfreyman (1560)
  • Myrroure For Magistrates, A, William Baldwin (1559)
  • Mystagogus poeticus, Alexander Ross (1647)
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