Marriott John : Certaine excellent and new inuented knots and mazes, for plots for gardens, by which you may truely learne the art of drawing out any knot, according to the plot of your garden be it neuer so bigg : the like not yet published in our language, by any author whatsoeuer.
Marriott John 1653 : The English mountebank: or, a physical dispensatory, wherein is prescribed, many strange and excellent receits of Mr Marriot, : the great eater of Grays-Inn: with the manner how he makes his cordial broaths, pills, purgatious [sic], julips, and vomits, to keep his body in temper, and free from surfeits. With sundry directions, 1 How to make his cordial broath. 2 His pills to appease hunger. 3 His strange purgation; never before practised by any doctor in England. 4 The manner and reason, why he swallows bullets & stones. 5 How he orders his bak'd meat, or rare dish on Sundays. 6 How to make his new fashion fish-broath. 7 How to make his sallet, for cooling of the bloud. 8 How to make his new dish, called a frigazee: the operation whereof, expells all sadness and melancholy.
Marriott Robert 1608 1689 : A sermon in commemoration of the truely vertuous and religious gentlewoman, Mris. Elizabeth Dering : wife of Mr. Charles Dering ... she departed this life at Pluckley in Kent the 26 day of July, 1640 / by Robert Marriot.