¬An¬ episcopal land-grant of 1085
Galbraith, Vivian Hunter
Repr.. 1929. S. 353-372 : Ill..
1 Aufl.. AthÅena. DiogenÅes. 1988. 67 S..
<<An>> episode in anti-Catholicism: The American Protective Association
Kinzer, Donald Louis
Seattle . University of Washington Press. 1964. IX,342 S..
An Episode in the documentary history of the University of Oregon
Belknap, George N.
Eugene, Or.. University of Oregon,. 1976.. 3 v. ;.
An episode in the struggle for religious freedom;: the sectaries of Nuremberg, 1524-1528,
Evans, Austin P.
New York, . Columbia University Press,. 1924.. xi, 235 p..
An episode of Colonial history
Uppsala . 1974. 47 s..
<<An>> episode of Jewish romanticism: Franz Rosenzweig's The star of redemption
Albany, N.Y. . State University of New York Press. 1999. 306 S..
An episode of sparrows
Repr.. London. Macmillan. 1965.
¬An¬ epistell exhortatorye, admonishing to beware of the false fained god of the aulter
¬An¬ epistemic approach to interactive design in multiple inheritance hierarchies
Linköping, Sweden. 1991. IX, 217 S.. Linköping studies in science and technology. Dissertations ; 252.
<<An>> epistemic characterisation of extensive form rationalisability: paper presented at the conference "Colloquia on Economic Research, Milan, June 18-19, 1998
Battigalli, Pierpaolo ; Siniscalchi, Marciano
Milano. 1999. 31 S.. Nota di lavoro / Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei ; 25.99 *1999,25 : ETA - economic theory and applications : Third special issue on corporate governance and property rights.
An Epistemology for the language sciences
Guiora, Alexander Z.
[Ann Arbor, Mich.]. Language Learning ;. c1984.. 245 p. ;.
An epistemology of appropriation: patentable subject-matter after State Street Bank
Thomas, John R.
¬An¬ epistle addressed to the Rt. Hon. Nathaniel Newnham, lord mayor, of the city of London: on his truly patriotic motion for the importation of corn, and his humane attention to aleviate the great distresses of the poor and industrious
Barnes, George Cheeke ; Newnham, Nathaniel
London. [s.n.]. 1783. 11 p..
An epistle by way of testimony to the friends of Manchester and thereabouts: given forth shortly after the death of my dear daughter, Mary Moss, wife of Isaac Moss of Manchester, who departed this life the XXIX of the 11th month, 1692 : wh a testimony concerning my dear wife Mary Watson, who since departed this life the 2d of the 9th month, 1694
Watson, Samuel, ; Moss, Elizabeth.
London. Printed for Tho. Northcott ...,. 1695.. , 14 p..
¬An¬ epistle directed to all justices of peace
London. M. S.. .
¬An¬ epistle for the strengthening and confirming of Friends
¬An¬ epistle for unity
London. Wilson. 1661. 19 S..
An epistle from a student at Oxford
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
An epistle from Calista to Altamont
[Dublin]. London: printed, and Dublin re-printed, and sold by James Hoey, and George Faulkner. 1730. 8p..
An epistle from Calista to Altamont
London. printed for A. Moore, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1729.
An epistle from Edward,: an American prisoner in England, to Harriet, in America ...
Edward, An epistle from. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed for Fielding and Walker, and sold by Mr. Breadewer and Mr. Maurice,. 1779.. 1 p..
An epistle from Edward, an American prisoner in England,: to Harriet, in America ...
Tarrytown, N.Y., . Reprinted, W. Abbatt,. 1917.. 1 p. l., -8 p..
An epistle from John Burnyeat to friends in Pennsilvania: To be disperced by them to their neighbouring provinces...
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. (Philadelphia, Pa). (Bradford). 1686. Evans 401.
¬An¬ epistle from Larry Dunn: to all his countrymen, who wish prosperity to Ireland, and freedom to Par--- ---ts [i.e. Parliaments]
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1757. 16 p..
¬An¬ epistle from Larry Dunn to all his countrymen, who wish prosperity to Ireland, and freedom to par----ts
Dublin. printed in the year. 1757. 16p.
An epistle from Lincoln Green to Harry B-L-N, in reply to "Shelton Gorse," by "Quis."
Potton. Printed and published by A. Frazer,. 1839.. 13 p. ;.
¬An¬ epistle from little Captain Brazen to the worthy Captain Plume: To which is added, an answer to the said epistle. In which the character of Iago is set forth so as to be understood by the meanest capacity
London. printed for A. Moore, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. . 8p.
¬An¬ epistle from M. Voltaire to the King of Prussia
London. printed for R. Francklin. 1757. 7,p.
An epistle from our General Spring Meeting of Ministers and Elders for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey, held at Philadelphia, from the 29th of the third month, to the 1st of the fourth month, inclusive, 1755.: To Friends on the continent of America
[Philadelphia. Printed by James Chattin?,. 1755]. 4 p. ;.
¬An¬ epistle from our monethly meeting, at our publick meeting house in Reigate, in Surry, the 7th day of the 9th month, 1692
S.l.. s.n. . 8 p..
An epistle from our Yearly-meeting, held at Burlington, for New-Jersey and Pennsylvania,: by adjournment, from the 20th day of the seventh month, to the 23d day of the same, inclusive, 1746
[Philadelphia. Printed by William Bradford, Jr.,. 1746]. 4 p. ;.
An epistle from our Yearly Meeting held at Burlington, for New-Jersey and Pennsylvania, &c.: from the 14th to the 18th of the 7th month, inclusive, 1734. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends belonging to the said Yearly Meeting
Philadelphia:. Printed by Andrew Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible in Second-Street.,. MDCCXXXIV. . 4 p. ;.
An epistle from our Yearly-Meeting, held at Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey,: by adjournments, from the 24th day of the 9th month, to the 1st of the 10th month, inclusive, 1774; to our Friends and brethren in these and the neighbouring provinces
[Philadelphia. Printed by Joseph Crukshank,. 1774]. 4 p. ;.
An epistle from our Yearly-Meeting, held in London by adjournments, from the 20th of the fifth month, 1771, to the 25th of the same, inclusive.: To our friends and brethren, at their next Yearly Meeting, to be held in Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey
[Philadelphia?. Printed by Joseph Crukshank,. 1771]. 3,  p. ;.
An epistle from our Yearly-Meeting, held in Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, and the western parts of Maryland and Virginia,: by adjournments, from the 21st day of the ninth month, to the 28th of the same, inclusive, 1776; to our Friends and brethren of the several Quarterly and Monthly Meetings, in these and the adjacent provinces
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1776]. 4 p. ;.
¬An¬ epistle from the King of Prussia: to Monsieur Voltaire. Translated into English from the original French
London. printed for R. and J. Dodsley. 1758. 11,p.
An epistle from the Meeting for sufferings: by their order, the 17th of the second month, and 1st of the third month, 1696, to such Friends in England and Wales, or elsewhere, as are or may be concerned in the favour granted by the government for the ease of Friends, from the great oppression of oaths
[London. s.n.,. 1696]. 15 p.
An epistle from the Meeting for Sufferings, held in Philadelphia for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey,: the 5th day of the first month 1775; to our Friends and brethren in these and the adjacent provinces
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1775]. 3,  p. ;.
An epistle from the Meeting for Sufferings, of the people called Quakers, held at Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey.: To our friends and brethren in religious profession, in these and the adjacent provinces
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1776]. 2 p. ;.
¬An¬ epistle from the people
S.l.. 1668. 11 S..
An epistle from the three monthly-meetings of Friends of Philadelphia,: to the members of our religious society, in the city and neighbourhood
Philadelphia:. Printed by Benjamin & Jacob Johnson, no. 147, High Street.,. 1799. 7,  p. ;.
An epistle from the Yearly-Meeting held in London, by adjournments, from the 15th of the fifth month 1780, to the 20th of the same, inclusive.: To Friends and brethren, at their next Yearly-Meeting to be held in Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1780]. 3,  p. ;.
¬An¬ epistle general containing wholsome exhortations
[London]. 1664. 16 S..
An epistle general containing wholsome exhortations and good counsel from the spirit of truth: unto all such as are or may be under the judgment or sentence of banishment, for the testimony of Jesus Christ ...
[London?. s.n.],. 1664.. 16 p..
Anepistle general to them who are of the royal priest-hood and chosen generation. Given forth from the movings of the power and spirit of truth, and now made publick to be sent abroad among the saints scattered in old and New England, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Scotland, Barbadoes, and Virginia, for them to read in the fear of the Lord
London. Simmons. 1660.  Bl., 16 S..
An epistle humbly address'd to the right honourable the Earl of Oxford, &c. With a discourse on the usefulness, and some proposals, of a supplement to Bishop Walton's polyglot Bible ... To which is added, an address to the ... University of Cambridge, ...
York. printed by Tho. Gent; and sold by Mr. Hildyard; Mr. Prevost in the Strand; Mr. Gyles in Holborn, London; and by Mr. Ryles in Hull,. .. 1 Mikrofilm.
¬An¬ epistle in the person of Christ to the faithfull soule
Landsberg, Johannes Justus
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. [St. Omer]. 1590.
¬An¬ epistle of a catholicke young gentleman
[Nachdr. d. Ausg.] Doway 1623. Menston, Yorkshire. Scolar Press. 1972. 40 S.. English recusant literature ; 89,3..
¬An¬ epistle of a catholike young gentleman to his father a protestant
An epistle of caution and advice, concerning the buying and keeping of slaves
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by James Chattin, in Church-Alley.,. 1754. , 8 p. ;.
An epistle of caution to Friends in general relating to the solemn affirmation.: From a meeting held in London the second of the first month 1721-22
[Philadelphia. Printed by Andrew Bradford,. 1722]. 3,  p. ;.
An epistle of caution to Friends to take heed of that treacherous spirit that is entred into W.R. and his abettors: (as appears in his malicious book, falsly called The Christian-Quaker, &c.) ... : with wholsome advice and counsel, by way of information, that the simple-minded may not be ensnared by the crafts and wiles of Satan through faith fallen antichristian instruments is W.R. and such as are encred into the same malicious spirit with him
London. Printed for John Bringhurst ...,. 1681. , 20 p.
¬An¬ epistle of love
London. Wilson. 1660.
Eine Systematisierung der Reformvorschläge zur Finanzierung der Krankenversorgung in Deutschland
¬An¬ epistle of love and good advice
An epistle of love and good advice: to the people of the Lord every where.
[London. s.n.,. 1699]. 14 p..
An epistle of love and good advice to my old friends & fellow-sufferers in the late times, the old royalists and their posterity: and to all others that have any sincere desires towards God.
[London. s.n.,. 1683]. 11,  p..
An epistle of Margaret Everard to the people called Quakers: and the ministry among them: more especially to such of them to whom she hath bee particularly known, and who are concerned for her, as if she were lost and fallen from truth. Shewing her dissatisfaction with the ignorance, error, and uncharitableness that too much abounds among them
London. printed for Brabazon Aylmer, at the Three Pigeons, against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill. 1699. 8 p..
¬An¬ epistle of Mr. de Voltaire, upon his arrival at his estate near the lake of Geneva, in March, 1755. From the French
London. printed for R. and J. Dodsley. 1755. 23,p.
An epistle of tender caution and counsel, from the monthly meetings of Friends of Philadeques-Charles Brunet ...: la vente aura lieu le samedi 19 décembre 1868, à 7 heures du soi ...
Paris. L. Potier,. 1868.. 47 p. ;.
An epistle of tender love and brotherly advice to all the churches of Christ throughout the world: Who are gathered into the one living faith and walk in the light, and therein have their fellowship one with another
S.l.. Re-printed and sold by William Bradford at Philadelphia in Pennsilvania,. in the year 1692.. 15,  p..
An epistle of the famous clerke Erasmus of Roterodame, concernynge the veryte of the sacrament of Christes body and bloude: whyche epistle is set before the excellent boke, intytuled D. Algeri De veritate corporis et sanguinis dominici in Eucharistia.)[sic] which boke was made by the sayd Algerus aboute fyue hondred yeared passed. And nowe of late yeares, hath agayne ben ouer seen and reuysyted, by the sayde famous clerke Erasmus of Roterodame, and dedycated by hym, unto the Reuerende father Balthasar bysshop of Hyldesyn. This present epistle of Erasmus makynge is to be founde oute, in the great volume of all his epistles, pagina, 1577. Hauynge this lytell wrytynge ouer it. In Algerum
S.l.. [Imprynted by me Robert wyer]. [1547?]. Online-Ressource.
¬An¬ epistle of the ladye Jane to a learned man of late falne from the truth of Gods word: Whereunto is added the communication that she had with master Feckenham ; Also another epistle to her sister, with the words she spake upon the scaffold, MDLIIII
[London?]. [Day?]. [1554?]. 31 S..
¬An¬ Epistle, or apologie of a true, and charitable brother of the Reformed Church in fauoure of Protestantes, papistes, & those of the Reformatio[n] for a more moderat course of proceeding in matters of religion by searchinge the Scriptures, & examining theire spirits for the sense, and true meaninge of them by a peaceable conference, & such easy meanes as weare practised in the apostolicall, and primitiue church for plantinge the faith, and rooting out of errour: tending to vnitie of religion, loyaltie to the Kings Maiestie, increase of honoure to him & his posteritie, & good of the Commonwealth
S.l.. s.n. [1605?]. 24 [i.e. 47] p..
An epistle, or apologie of a true, brother of the reformed church for a more moderat course in matters of religion
London. [1605?]. 47 S..
¬An¬ epistle or letter of exhortation to his brother Quintus
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
London. Hall. 1561.
¬An¬ epistle or letter of exhortation vvritten in Latyne by Marcus Tullius Cicero, to his brother Quintus the proconsull or deputy of Asia, wherin the office of a magistrate is connyngly and wisely described. Translated into englyshe by G.G. Set furth and authorised according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions
Cicero, Marcus Tullius ; Gilby, Goddred ; Cicero, Quintus Tullius
Prynted at London. By Rouland Hall, dwelling in Golding lane at the sygne of the three arrowes. 1561.
An epistle sent from God to the world, containing the best news that ever the world heard.
New-York:. Printed [by James Parker and William Weyman] for Elisha Stanbury,,. 1757. 25,  p. ;.
An epistle to all serious professors of the Christian religion: wherein a brief touch of my knowledge, sense, belief and experience concerning the God-head ...
[London. B. Clark,. 1681]. pt. 2, p. 451-455 ;.
¬An¬ epistle to all that profess the light
[London]. 1678. 12 S..
¬An¬ epistle to all that's young
An epistle to all that's young in the truth and lately convinced: who walk with, and assemble amongst the people of God called Quakers, that they may escape the wiles of Satan and continue and walk in the way of righteousness.
Crook, John, ; Greene, Thomas,
[London. s.n.,. 1672]. 7 p..
¬An¬ epistle to all the Christian magistrates
London. Simmons. 1659. 16 S..
An Epistle to all the Christian magistrates and powers in the whole Christendom and professors, and teachers, and Christians that witness the end of the law, and the Levitical priesthood, and confess Christ Jesus ...
Fox, George, ; Gould, Anne,
London. Printed for Thomas Simmons ...,. 1659.. 16 p..
An epistle to be communicated to Friends, & to be read in the fear of the Lord in their men and womens meetings, and other meetings; only among Friends, as they in the wisdom of God shall see meet and serviceable
[London]. [s.n.]. 1677. 8 S..
An epistle to David Garrick
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
¬An¬ epistle to Elizabeth, Queene of England
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. Antwerp. Diest. 1565.
¬An¬ epistle to Elizabeth, Quene of England
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. London. Latius. 1565.
¬An¬ epistle to Friends
London. 1662. 8 S..
An epistle to Friends: shewing the great difference between a convinced estate and a converted estate, and between the profession of the truth and the possession thereof : with the comfort and sweetness to the soul it affordeth : with a few words of good counsel and wholesome advice both to parents and their children
London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, . 1692.. 20 p..
An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times: being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends who profess the truth to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of heaven and earth against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord : also, some thing signified of the mistery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel
London. [s.n.],. 1666.. 19,  p..
An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times.: Being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends, who possess the truth, to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy, and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of heaven and earth, (against his assaults) that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord. : Also something signified of the misery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared, and that the evil day may not overtake any unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel.
[Philadelphia]. London: printed in the year, 1666. And now re-printed (being the sixth edition) and sold by J. Crukshank, in Market-Street, Philadelphia.,. 1780. 36 p. ;.
An epistle to Junius Silanus from Cornelius Scipio. ... in which he arraigns his conduct, and renounces his friendship
London. printed for T. Becket and P. A. de Hondt. 1769.
An epistle to King Charles the II sent from Amsterdam in Holland, the 28 of the 10 month, 1660: wherein is contained certain orders and laws there, concerning the liberty granted to those which cannot take up arms, nor swear, which laws there do yet continue : as also several arguments shewing that the people called Quakers are no popish recusants, who are cast into prison for not swearing : with advice & direction to King Charles, that his tendernesse may appear likewise to tender consciences, who keep to their yea and nay, that if they break their yea and nay, they may be punished as for breaking an oath
London. Printed for Thomas Simmons ...,. 1660.. 15 p..
An Epistle to O------r H----nl---y: containing some remarks on the discourses set forth at the conventicle the corner of Lincoln's-Inn-Fields neare Clare-market, wherein they are proved to consist chiefly I. Of gross and insolent misrepresentations of the King's government, II. Virulent invectives against the ministry and all other officers of state both civil and military, III. Insolent misrepresentations of the Protestant religion, as establish'd in these kingdoms, defences of the Romish church ...
London. Printed for John White ... Henry Mason ...,. 1746.. 28 p. ;.
An epistle to Peter Pindar.
London. Printed for W. Richardson ...,. 1790.. , 38 p. ;.
An epistle to Sir John Blount
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
An epistle to the author of the Animadversions upon Fiat lux
Canes, John B.
[Douay?]. 1663. 112 S..
An Epistle to the authour of the Animadversions upon Fiat lux: in excuse and justification of Fiat lux against the said animadversions
[Douay?. s.n.],. 1663. 11,  p.
An epistle to the Christian Indians,: giving them a short account, of what the English desire them to know and to do in order to their happiness.
Mather, Cotton, ; Bromfield, Edward.
Boston,. Printed by Bartholomew Green, and John Allen,,. 1700. , 14, 14,  p. ;.
An epistle to the dictator in his retirement.
London, . Printed for J. Wilkie,. 1763.. 2 p.l., 18 p..
An epistle to the household of the seed of Abraham
London. Bringhurst. 1682. 8 S..
¬An¬ epistle to the household of the seed of Abraham and to every family in particular to read & practise
London. Printed and sold by John Bringhurst. 1682. 6 p..
An epistle to the houshold of the seed of Abraham
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. 1698. 8 S..
¬An¬ epistle to the houshold of the seed of Abraham, and to every family in particular, to read and practice
S.l.. [s.n.]. Re-printed in the year, 1698.
Protection for humanitarian relief operations
Churchill, Michael J.
[Washington, D.C.?]. Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University,. . 4 p. ;.
¬An¬ epistle to the learned nobilitie of England touching translating the bible
[Anr. ed.]. Middleburg. Schilders. 1597. 56 S..
An epistle to the learned nobilities of England: touching translating the Bible from the original, with ancient warrant for everie worde, unto the full satisfaction of any that be of hart
Middleburgh. Schilders,. 1597.. 1 microfilm reel ;.
¬An¬ epistle to the learned nobility of England touching translating bible
Nachdr.d.Ausg.Middelburgh 1597. Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1977. 60 S.. English experience. ; 855..
¬An¬ epistle to the learned nobility of England touching translating the Bible
[Repr. of the ed.] Middleburgh 1597. Amsterdam ; Norwood. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ; Johnson. 1977. 56 S.. ¬The¬ English experience ; 855.
An epistle to the Reverend Mr. [Zachary] Brooke, upon his late Defence of the primitive fathers.
London, . 1748.. 38 p..
An epistle to the Rev. Mr. Brooke, upon his late Defence of the primitive fathers.
London. Printed and sold by the Booksellers and Pamphlet Shops at the Royal-Exchange,. 1748.. 38 p. ;.
An epistle to the Rev. Mr. Warburton. Occasioned by his treatment of the author of The pleasures of imagination
London. printed for R. Dodsley; and sold by M. Cooper. 1744. Online-Ressource.
¬An¬ epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Burlington: Occasion'd by his publishing Palladio's designs of the baths, arches, theatres, &c. of ancient Rome. By Mr. Pope
London. printed for L. Gilliver. 1731. 14,p..
An epistle to the Right Honourable the Countess of Shaftesbury
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
¬An¬ epistle to the whole flock
[London]. . 7 S..
¬An¬ epistle to William Hogarth: By C. Churchill
The third edition. London. printed for the author, and sold by J. Coote, and J. Gardiner, Westminster. 1763.
¬An¬ epistle to young people
[London]. . 7 S..
¬An¬ epistle unto the Duke of Somerset
Vermigli, Pietro Martire
London. Lynne. 1550.
¬An¬ Epistle, written to such teachers of the Gospel of Christ, as presume to teach others before Christ, the only Master, has taught them sufficiently
An epistolary correspondence between the Rev. John C. Ogden, Rector of St. John's Church, at Portsmouth, New-Hampshire; and the Rev. Samuel Macclintock, Minister of the Congregational Society in Greenland, on a variety of subjects; principally the high powers and prerogatives claimed by diocesan bishops as successors of the Apostles
Ogden, John Cosens, ; Macclintock, Samuel,
Portsmouth [N.H.]:. Printed and sold by J. Melcher, at his office in Market-Street.,. M,DCC,XCI. . iii, , 6-38 p. ;.
¬An¬ epistolary discourse: wherein, amongst other particulars, these following questions are briefly resloved
London. Printed for Charles Greene. 1644.
An epistolary discourse on the great assistances to a Christian faith: and for a more intire rest and assurance in the highest trials and adventures thereof : with a second part, upon the present times, and these rare vicissitudes of providence in the publick state of Britain in this age : to which an appendix is added in the close
London. Printed for Tho. Parkhurst ...,. 1692. , 208, , 56 p.
An epistolary discourse on the great assistances to a Christians faith: and for a more intire rest and assurance in the highest trials and adventures thereof : with a second part, upon the present times, and these rare vicissitudes of prodence in the public state of Britain in this age : toHolten
An epitaphe declaryng the lyfe and end of D. Edmund Boner
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
An epitaph for Dixie
Ashmore, Harry S.
New York. Norton. 1958. 189 S..
<<An>> epitaph for German Judaism: from Halle to Jerusalem
Madison, Wis. . University of Wisconsin Press. 2003. 1 v. :.
<<An>> epitaph for traditional copyright protection of network features of computer software
Menell, Peter S.
[New York] . [Federal Legal Publ.]. cop. 1998. S. 651-713.
¬An¬ epitaph of the vertuous life and death of Dame Helen Branch: [In verse]
London. Creede. 1594. 4 S..
¬An¬ epitaph on M[iste]r John Smith
London. Croom. 1684. 1 S..