Madox Richard 1546 1583 : An Elizabethan in 1582 : the diary of Richard Madox, Fellow of All Souls / [edited] by Elizabeth Story Donna.; Madox, Richard,
Madox William : The divinity of Christ and unity of the three that bear record in heaven : with the blessed end and effects of Christ's appearance, coming in the flesh, suffering and sacrifice for sinners, confessed and vindicated, by his followers, called Quakers : and the principal matters in controversie, between them, and their present opposers (as Presbyterians, Independants, &c.) considered and resolved, according to the scriptures of truth, and more particularly to remove the aspersions ... cast upon the ... Quakers ... in several books, written by Tho. Vincent, Will. Madox, their railing book, stil'd The foundation, &c, Tho. Danson, his Synopsis, John Owen, his Declaration / which are here examin'd and compared by G.W. ... ; as also, a short review of several passages of Edward Stillingfleet's ... in his discourse of the sufferings of Christ's and sermon preached before the King, wherein he flatly contradicts the said opposers.; Whitehead, George,
Madras India Presidency History : A Full and true relation of dreadful and terrible storm, that hapned [sic] at Forte St. George, in the East-Indies, on the 3d of November, 1684. / Communicated in a letter to a friend in London, from one belonging to the English factory.
Madrigals English : Songes of sundrie kindes : first, aires to be sung to the lute, and base violl. Next, songes of sadnesse, for the viols and voyce. Lastly, madrigalles, for fiue voyces. Newly composed and published, by Thomas Greaues, lutenist to Sir Henrie Pierrepont, Knight.; Greaves, Thomas,