Famine and Dearth

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  • A Fraction in the Assembly: or the Synod in Armes, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • A Godly Letter, by John Knox, 1554, (English)
  • A View of Englands Present Distempers, by William Beech, 1650, (English)
  • A dialoge of comfort against tribulacion, by Saint Sir Thomas More, 1553, (English)
  • An Husbandmans Harrow, by Ellis Bradshaw, 1649, (English)
  • CVIII Lectures Upon the Fourth of John Preached at Ashby-Delazouch in Leicestershire, by Arthur Hildersam, 1632, (English)
  • Calender of the Manuscripts, by R.T. Gunton, 1915, (English)
  • Comedies and Tragedies, by Francis Beaumont et al., 1647, (English)
  • England as Seen by Foreigners in the Days of Elizbeth and James the First, by W.B Rye, 1865, (English)
  • Five Treatises of the Philosophers Stone, by Alphonso V King of Portugal, 1432-1481, 1651, (English)
  • Fons Lachrymarum, or, A Fountain of Tears, by John Quarles, 1649, (English)
  • John Marshall in India: Notes and Observations in Bengal, 1668-1672, by anon., 1927, (English)
  • Mirat-I-Ahmadi, by Ali Muhammad Khan, 1965 , (English)
  • Muntakhab-Ut-Tawarikh.Vol.2, by Abd al-Qadir Badauni, 1990, (English)
  • Of the Childs Portion, by Ezekias Woodward, 1649, (English)
  • Sermons Very Fruitfull, Godly, and Learned, by Roger Edgeworth, 1557, (English)
  • The City-Wifes Petition Against Coffee, by Anon, 1700, (English)
  • The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe to the Court of the Great Mogul, 1615-1619, Volume II, by Thomas Roe, 1899, (English)
  • The Furmetary, by William King, 1699, (English)
  • The Jewell House of Art and Nature, by Hugh Platt, 1594, (English)
  • The Resolver, by N. T., 1648, (English)
  • The Sham-Lawyer OR THE LUCKY EXTRAVAGANT., by James Drake, 1697, (English)
  • The Temple Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations, by George Herbert, 1633, (English)
  • The Traveller's Song, by George Liddell, 1699, (English)
  • The charge of the Army, and counsel of war, against the King. With a brief answer thereunto by some of the loyall party., by Anon., 1648, (English)
  • The housholders philosophie, by Torquato Tasso et al., 1588, (English)
  • The odious, despicable, and dreadfull condition of a drunkard, by Richard Younge, 1649, (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 waters of Marah sweetned, by Timothy Batt, 1648, (English)
  • For more information about the project, contact Dr Ayesha Mukherjee at the University of Exeter.