Mayhew Thomas Active 1651 : The light appearing more and more towards the perfect day. Or, a farther discovery of the present state of the Indians in New-England, concerning the progresse of the Gospel amongst them. : Manifested by letters from such as preacht to them there. / Published by Henry Whitfeld, late pastor to the Chuch [sic] of Christ at Gilford in New-England, who came late thence.
Mayhill Samuel : A proposal for raising the annual sum of 520 000 l. and not touch the prime cost of wrought goods above one farthing in the shilling, nor be at any more charge than two pence in the pound collecting. ... By Samuel Myhill, weaver ...
Mayler John Active 1539 1545 : A ioyfull new tidynges of the goodly victory that was sent to the emperour, from the noble Capitayne Marcquis Delgasto : shewing how and in what maner all the Fre[n]chme[n] that were in Italy with all theyr captaynes be ouercome and destroyed of the valea[n]t Prince of Salerne : yet another new tidinges, shewyng howe that Barbarossa the great Turkes leuetenat and admiral of the see, is gone out of Fraunce wyth a great army, takyng many noble lordes & galleyes, as ye shall heare hereafter.
Maylins Robert : A letter which was delivered to the King : on the second day of the second moneth 1660, sent (from the Barbadoes, on the behalf of many thousands in the West-Indies)
Maynard I W 1956 : Science and racket sports III : The proceedings of the Eighth International Table Tennis Federation Sports Science Congress and the Third World Congress of Science and Racket Sports / edited by A. Lees, J.-F. Kahn, and I.W. Maynard.
Maynard John : XII. wonders of the world [electronic resource] / Maynard, John.
Maynard John 1576 Or 7 : The XII. wonders of the vvorld : Set and composed for the violl de gambo, the lute, and the voyce to sing the verse, all three ioyntly, and none seuerall: also lessons for the lute and base violl to play alone: with some lessons to play lyra-wayes alone, or if you will, to fill vp the parts, with another violl set lute-way. Newly composed by Iohn Maynard, lutenist at the most famouse schoole of St. Iulians in Hartfordshire.
Maynard John Sir : An Answer (to a printed paper dispersed by Sir John Maynard entituled, The humble petition of the owners and commoners of the towne of Isleham in the county of Cambridge, and to the exceptions thereto annexed against the Act for the dreyning of the great level of the fennes) : whereby the honour and justice of the late Parliament is vindicated, the scandals and untruths in the said printed paper discovered, some vaine objections answered, and the truth of the proceedings in the work of dreyning (so much conducing to the honour and profit of the Common-wealth) held forth to all sober and uninteressed [sic] persons.