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100 1  Leroy, Louis,|d-1577. 
240 10 De la vicissitude ou variete des choses en l'univers.
245 10 Of the interchangeable course, or variety of things in the
       whole world; :|band the concurrence of armes and learning,
       thorough the first and famousest nations: from the 
       beginning of ciuility, and memory of man, to this present.
       Moreouer, whether it be true or no, that there can be 
       nothing sayd, which hath not bin said heretofore: and that
       we ought by our owne inuentions to augment the doctrine of
       the auncients; not contenting our selues with translations,
       expositions, corrections, and abridgments of their 
       writings. Written in French by Loys le Roy called Regius: 
       and translated into English by R.A. 
260    At London :|bPrinted by Charles Yetsweirt Esq. at his 
       house in Fleetestreete neere the Middle Temple gate,
300    [1+] p. 
500    A translation of: De la vicissitude ou variete des choses 
       en l'univers. 
500    At foot of title: Cum priuilegio RegiƦ Maiestatis. 
500    A fragment; title page only. 
500    Reproduction of original in the British Library. 
650  0 Civilization|xHistory|vEarly works to 1800. 
700 1  Ashley, Robert,|d1565-1641. 
830  0 Early English books online. 
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