Nicols Francis : This most precious balsome is made in manner like a plaister for every ones conveniency, : because they may carry it about with them wheresoever the please, and it is also made hard because if it were liquid, it would bee great inconvenience to carry it. The remedies of the said balsome.
Nicols Henry : The shield single against the sword doubled. : To defend the righteous against the wicked. Whereby are waved those cuts and blows, which Mr Erbury deals to the righteous; and wherein also is shewed, that his now-new-light is no-light, but blackness of darkness. By Henry Niccols, minister of the word in South-Wales.
Nicolson James Active 1563 : A prognostication for the yere since the byrth of our Sauiour Iesus Christ, M.D.LX.III. : wherein is declared the chaunge, full, and quarters of the mone, with the mutations of the ayre, and other accustomable matters, to the gloiry of almighty god, and commoditie of the people. Made by Iames Nicolson Doctour in Phisicke. Licensed according to the order appoynted in the Queenes maiesties iniunctions.