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J A Mathematician   3
J A Of Ailward   3
J A Pyrophilus : Liquor alchahest, or, A discourse of that immortal dissolvent of Paracelsus & Helmont : it being one of those two wonders of art and nature, which radically dissolves all animals, vegitables, and minerals into their principles, without being in the least alter'd, either in weight or activity, after a thousand dissolutions, &c. / Published by J.A. pyrophilus.  1675 1
J And C Walker Firm : Hand-book for travellers in France : being a guide to Normandy, Brittany; the rivers Loire, Seine, Rhone, and Garonne; the French Alps, Dauphiné, Provence, and the Pyrenees : with descriptions of the principal routes, railways, the approaches to Italy, the chief watering places etc. : with five travelling maps.  1843 1
J B   55
J B Astro   2
J B C   2
J B Ca Pe   2
J B Doctor Of Physick : A new survey of the present state of Europe : containing remarks upon several soveraign and republican states : with memoires historical, chronological, topographical, hydrographical, political, &c / by Gidion Pontier, &c. ; done into English by J.B. Doctor of Physick.  1684 1
J B Gent   3
J B Hearty Wel Wisher Of His Countries Welfare : Anthrōpoktonou tafos, or, The bloody and deceitfull mans fall : wherein the portraitures of murtherers and hypocrites are lively represented, their fatall fall is certainly foreshewed, and their unfeined repentance is vehemently intreated, and may fitly serve as a warning-piece to all bloody hypocrites and a profitable salve for these sick times / by J.B., an hearty wel-wisher of his countries welfare, and an earnest tutor at the throne of grace for the peace of Jerusalem.  1659 1
J B J Browne : Catholick schismatology, or, An account of schism and schismaticks : in the several ages of the world : to which are prefixed some remarks on Mr. Bolde's plea for moderation / J.B.  1685 1
J B James Bradshaw 1636 1702   3
J B John Belson Active 1688 : Tradidi vobis, or, The traditionary conveyance of faith : cleer'd in the rational way against the exceptions of a learned opponent / by J.B., Esquire.  1662 1
J B John Berisford : An argument shewing that 'tis impossible for the nation to be rid of the grievances occasion'd by the marshal of the King's-Bench, and warden of the Fleet, without an utter extirpation of their present offices : with proposals for a new constitution of those offices by way of letter to a member of Parliament.  1699 1
J B John Bird 1584 Or 5 : The divine and spiritual ambassadour described in a sermon preached at the visitation at Alisbury, Com. Bucks. Octob. 14, 1662 / by J.B. B.D.  1663 1
J B John Bowater 1704   4
J B John Braddocke 1556 1719 : The doctrine of the fathers and schools consider'd. Part the first : concerning the articles of a trinity of divine persons, and the unity of God, in answer to the animadversions on the Dean of St. Paul's vindication of the doctrine of the holy and ever blessed Trinity ... / by J.B., AM, presbyter of the Church of England.  1695 1
J B John Brandon   5
J B John Browne   2
J B John Browne 1526 1595   7
J B John Bullokar   16
J B John Bulteel 1669   7
J B John Bulteel 1699   2
J B John Bulwer Active 1648 1654   10
J B John Butler   10
J B Joshua Baildon : Silva de varia lección. English  1651 1
J B Josiah Bangor : A serious item to secure sinners, or, God discovered to be as well a buring as a shining light / by J.B.  1666 1
J B One Of The Then Cashiered Officers : Calvmny condemned, or, A true, exact, and sober account of the Scotch plot, for which many worthy officers were dismissed their commands, and cashiered the army / by J. B. one of the then cashiered officers.  1659 1
J B Philalelos : Good and joyful news for England: or, The prophecy of the renowned Michael Nostradamus : that Charles the II. of Great Britain, France and Ireland King, Defender of the faith, &c. shall have a son of his own body lawfully begotten, that shall succeed him in the imperial throne of Great Britain, and all other his dominions; and reign long after his father, most fortunately and well beloved. As it was taken out of the translations of Dr. Theo. Garencieres, M.D. Col. Lond. Printed 1672. in fol. With observations concerning the present blazing-comet. By J.B. Philalelos, a true and faithful Protestant, of the first and best rate and rank.  1681 1
J B Speed Art Museum : Ruskin and Venice.  1978 1
J C   46
J C Active 1547   2
J C Active 1620 : A pleasant comedie, called the tvvo merry milke-maids. Or, the best words weare the garland : As it was acted before the King, with generall approbation, by the Companie of the Reuels. By I.C.  1620 1
J C B   2
J C Gent : An epithalamium upon the auspicious nuptials of the Right Honorable the Earl of Shrewsbury and the vertuous Lady Anne Brudnel / by J.C., Gent.  1658 1
J C John Chandler 1624 Or 5   2
J C John Cheyney   16
J C John Coles 1623 Or 4   13
J C John Collens 1682   5
J C Late Convert : A net for the fishers of men and the same which Christ gave to His Apostles : Wherein the points controverted betwixt Catholiques and sectaries, are briefly vindicated, by way of dilemma. By two gentlemen late converts.  1686 1
J D   32
J D Bernal Peace Library : Towards the final abyss? : the state of the nuclear arms race.  1980? 1
J D D : The Pope's posie : gathered out of a popish new book called Fiat lux, 1663 [an ominous year for popery]  1663 1
J D E : O ye, yes, : all ye manner of Whigs who have lost your intended caball-feast ...  1682? 1
J D Gent   3
J D John Darell   3
J D John Davy : A particular ansvver to a book intituled, The clergy in their colours  1651 1
J D John Denne   3
J D John Dodington   2
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