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Compleat cook's guide or Directions for the dressing of all flesh, fowl, and fish, both in the Engli : Woolley, Hannah,  1685 1
The compleat copy-holder : wherein is contained a learned discourse of the antiquity and nature of m   2
A compleat course of chymistry : containing near three hundred operations ... : also, the structure : Wilson, George,  1699 1
A compleat course of chymistry. : Containing near three hundred operations; several of which hav   2
Compleat court-keeper. : Jacob, Giles,  1715 1
The compleat court-keeper, or, Land-steward's assistant containing, first, the nature of courts-leet : Jacob, Giles,  1715 1
The compleat courtier: Or, Cupid's Academy. : Containing an exact and excellent collection of all th : J. S.  1683 1
The compleat courtier: or, The morals of the famous historian Cornelius Tacitus concerning flattery, : Tacitus, Cornelius.  1700 1
Compleat description of the earth.   1695 1
Compleat diallist   2
Compleat diary of the cælestial motions. : Kendal, Roger.  1700 1
Compleat dictionary.   9
Compleat dictionary, Dutch and English, to which is added a grammar for both languages ... : Sewel, William,  1777 1
A compleat discourse of the nature, use, and right managing of that wonderful instrument, the barosc : Smith, John,  1688 1
A compleat discourse of wounds, both in general and particular : whereunto are added the severall fr : Browne, John,  1678 1
Compleat distiller. : Y-Worth, W.  1705 1
The compleat distiller, or, The whole art of distillation practically stated ... : Y-Worth, W.  1705 1
Compleat doctoress   1656 1
The compleat doctoress: or, A choice treatise of all diseases insident to women. With experimentall   1656 1
Compleat doctrine of the bones : Baker, Robert,  1699 1
The compleat English and French cook : describing the best and newest ways of ordering and dressing   1690 1
Compleat English brewer. : Watkins, George,  1768 1
The compleat English brewer, or, The whole art and mystery of brewing, in all its various branches c : Watkins, George,  1768 1
The compleat English-scholar, in spelling, reading, and writing: : containing plain and easie direct   3
Compleat English school   2
Compleat English school teaching to read & write English exattly : Young, E.,  1684 1
The compleat English schoolmaster or, the most natural and easie method of spelling English. : Accor : Coles, Elisha,  1674 1
A compleat ephemeris for the year of Christ 1682 : containing all the heliocentrical and geocentrica : Streete, Thomas.    1
A compleat ephemeris for the year of Christ, 1683 : containing all the heliocentrical and geocentric : Streete, Thomas.  1683 1
A compleat ephemeris for the year of Christ, 1684 : containing all the heliocentrical and geocentric : Streete, Thomas.  1684 1
A compleat ephemeris for the year of Christ, 1685 : containing all the heliocentrical and geocentric : Streete, Thomas.  1685 1
Compleat estimator.   5
Compleat farmer. : Brown, Robert,  1759 1
The compleat farmer, or, The whole art of husbandry ... : Brown, Robert,  1759 1
Compleat farrier.   2
Compleat fencing master.   2
The compleat fencing-master : in which is fully described the whole guards, parades & lessons belong   3
Compleat form of liturgy, or divine service, according to the usage of the most ancient Christians : Stephens, Edward,  1700? 1
Compleat French master for ladies and gentlemen. : Boyer, Abel,  1699 1
The compleat French-master for ladies and gentlemen : being a new method, to learn with ease and del : Boyer, Abel,  1694 1
The compleat French-master for ladies and gentlemen : containing ... : Boyer, Abel,  1699 1
Compleat gamester.   2
The compleat gamester, or, Instructions how to play at billiards, trucks, bowls, and chess : togethe   3
The compleat gardeners practice, directing the exact way of gardening : in three parts : the garden : Blake, Stephen,  1664 1
Compleat gard'ner.   4
The compleat gard'ner, or, Directions for cultivating and right ordering of fruit-gardens and kitche   4
Compleat gentleman. : Gailhard, J.  1678 1
The compleat gentleman : Fashioning him absolut, in the most necessary and commendable qualities con : Peacham, Henry,  1634 1
The compleat gentleman : Fashioning him absolute, in the most necessarie and commendable qualities c : Peacham, Henry,  1627 1
The compleat gentleman : fashioning him absolute in the most necessary and commendable qualities, co   3
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