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  • A Discourse Concerning Ireland, by Sir Francis Brewster, 1698, (English)
  • A Discourse of the Necessity of Encouraging Mechanick Industry, by Anon, 1689, (English)
  • A Fraction in the Assembly: or the Synod in Armes, by Anon, 1648, (English)
  • A New Account of East-India and Persia, in Eight Letters, by John Fryer, 1698, (English)
  • A Voyage to Suratt, by J Ovington, 1696, (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)
  • Amygdala Britannica, Almonds for Parrets, by George Wither, 1647, (English)
  • Ardhakathanaka, by Banarasidas, 2009, (Braj bhasha English)
  • Dissertation Concerning Landed Property of Bengal, by Charles Boughton-Rouse, 1791, (English)
  • Diwan-e-Hazin-e-Lahiji, by HazinLahiji, 1971 , (Persian)
  • Diwan-e-Hazin-e-Lahiji, by HazinLahiji, 2016 , (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)
  • Judgments of God Upon Ireland, by Anon, 1741 , (English)
  • Phisicke Against Famine, by William Attersoll, 1632, (English)
  • Press List of the Separate Proceedings of the Revenue Board of Whole Council, Relating to Muhammad Riza Khan, by anon., , (English)
  • Psyche, or, Loves mysterie in XX canto's, displaying the intercourse betwixt Christ and the soule, by Joseph Beaumont, 1648, (English)
  • Skialetheia. Or, A Shadowe of Truth, In Certaine Epigrams and Satyres, by Everard Guilpin, 1598, (English)
  • THE Mystery of Husbandry, by Leonard Meager, 1697, (English)
  • The Curse of Corne-horders: With the Blessing of Seasonable Selling, by Charles Fitz-Geffrie, 1631, (English)
  • The Description of England., by William Harrison, 1968, (English)
  • The Second Part of KING HENRY IV, by William Shakespeare, July, 2000, (English)
  • The most pleasant history of Tom a Lincolne that renowned souldier, 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., by Richard Johnson, 1631, (English)
  • Two Discourses Concerning the Affairs of Scotland, by Andrew Fletcher, 1698, (English)
  • Unfortunate Englysh Princes, by Anon, c.16th century, (English)
  • Virgo Triumphans, by Edward Williams, 1650, (English)
  • For more information about the project, contact Dr Ayesha Mukherjee at the University of Exeter.