Lytton Keith : Ye gods! / by Stephen Robert and Eric Hudson.
Lytton Lytton 1688 Or 9 1710 : Dame Anne Russell, widow, appellt. Lytton Lytton, Esq; respt. The Rt. Honble Rebecca Countess Dowager of Falkland, appellt. The said Lytton Lytton, respt. : The respondent's case.
M : The rebellion of Naples : or the tragedy of Massenello· commonly so called: but rightly Tomaso Aniello di Malfa Generall of the Neopolitans. Written by a gentleman who was an eye-witnes where this was really acted upon that bloudy stage, the streets of Naples. Anno Domini MDCXLVII.
M A : Excellent discours de la vie et de la mort. English
M B Active 17th Century : Good news for all parties : shewed in King Charles his gracious pardon in answer to the humble request of a person of quality, and a member of the honourable city of London, who went to His Majesty to attain the same, as it was sent in a letter by the said person of note from Breda to his friend in the city.
M B Active 1596 : The triall of true friendship : or perfit mirror, wherby to discerne a trustie friend from a flattering parasite. Otherwise, A knacke to know a knaue from an honest man: by a perfit mirrour of both: soothly to say; trie ere you trust; beleeue no man rashly. No lesse profitable in obseruing, then pleasant in reading. By M.B.
M D L : A New almanack, or prognostication, for the year of Christ 1671. : Being the third after bissextile, or leap year. Wherein are contained the moveable feasts, the eclipses, a description of the four quarters of the year, the changes of the moon, her full and quarters, with the dayly disposition of the weather. : Together with notes of husbandry & gardening, and physical observations: the dismal dayes, with the whole fairs of Scotland. : Calculated for the meridian of the honorable city of Glasgow, where the pole is elevated 55 deg. 55 min. / Set forth in Aberdene by M.D.L. professor of mathematicks.
M F Order Of St Paul : In memoriam Charles Plomer Hopkins, priest and founder of the Order of St. Paul.
M F Philomath : An almanack for the year of our Lord God 1667 : being the third after bissextile or leap-year / by M. F. Philomath.
M G : The glorious excellencie of the spirit of adoption; : or, Of the spirit of the sonne of God, derived to the sonnes of God. Wherein are many precious truths held forth, which are presented to all the children of truth, who are and shall be sanctified through the truth. / By M.G. minister of the Gospell.
M I : An order for government of housholds, vvarranted by Gods word, and commanded by the eternall God, : and therefore ought not to be neglected nor impugned, of any that in truth and sincerity seeke to serve the Lord, but with all care and diligence ought to be put in execution, of all those that seeke the safety of the soules committed to them, and the discharge of their owne conscience.
M I G : M. I. G. prognostication 1639. : Being the third after leap-yeare. Most curiouslie calculated, for all North Britane: but most especallie, and even according vnto Raban's bound duetie, for the latitude and merdiane of the honourable citie of Aberdene: where the Pole Articke is elevated 57 degr. 30 min. according to Argolus and Tychon..
M Io : Phillipes Venus : Wherein is pleasantly discoursed sundrye fine and wittie arguments, in a senode of gods and goddesses, assembled for the expelling of wanton Venus, fro m among their sacred societie. Enterlaced with many merrye and delightfull questions, and wittie answers: wherein gentlemen may finde matter to purge melanchollye, and pleasant varietie to contente fancye.