Mercure Anglois : These are to signifie, that all merchants and others, that are desirous weekly to impart beyond seas, the certain condition of affaires here, and of the proceedings of the war; : they shall have it weekly published in print, in the French tongue, and every Thursday at nine of the clocke in the morning: the reader may have them (if he please) at Master Bournes Shop at the Old Exchange: the title of the thing is Le Mercure Anglois, which a while since was begun and continued for two or three weekes, and finding it much desired, during these three weekes past, that the publishing of it (through some occasions) was discontinued: it shall for the future be continued according to the most certaine, and impartiall relations of affaires here, to come out at the time and place aforesaid.
Mercurius Civicis : The gentle lash, or The vindication of Dr Featley, a knowne champion of the Protestant religion. : Also seven articles exhibited against him. With his answer thereunto. Together with the said Doctor his manifesto and challenge.; Featley, Daniel,
Mercurius Militaris Harris 1648 : Mercurius impartialis, or, An answer to that treasonable pamphlet, Mercurius militaris, together with the Moderate. : Likewise, communicating the affaires of the kingdome, especially from Westminster and the head-quarters.
Mercury Roman Deity Early Works To 1800 : Lucian's Charon: or, A survey of the follies of mankind : Translated from the Greek. With notes, and a prefatory dialogue in vindication of translations.; Lucian,
Mercury Theatre : Orson Welles on Shakespeare : the W.P.A. and Mercury Theatre playscripts / edited with an introduction by Richard France.; Welles, Orson,
Meredith Edward 1648 1689 Some Farther Remarks On The Late Account : Some reflections upon a treatise call'd Pietas Romana & Parisiensis, lately printed at Oxford : to which are added, I, A vindication of Protestant charity, in answer to some passages in Mr. E.M.'s Remarks on a late conference, II, A defence of the Oxford reply to two discourses there printed, A.D., 1687.; Harrington, James,