R B Active 1576 : A petite pallace of Pettie his pleasure : contaynyng many pretie hystories by him set foorth in comely colours, and most delightfully discoursed.
R B Active 1580 : An epitaph vpon the death of the worshipfull Maister Benedict Spinola : merchaunt of Genoa, and free denizon of England, who dyed on Tuesday the. 12. of Iulie. 1580.
R B Active 1583 : [The seuerall executions & confessions, of Iohn Slade & Iohn Bodye: traitours ... 1583]
R B Active 1595 : [Orpheus his iourney to hell : and his musicke to the ghosts]
R B Active 1601 : A briefe catechisme, necessary to be vsed of all those which are ignorant in the principles of Christian religion : In questions and answers deuided according to the seuerall Sundaies in the yeare: by R.B.
R B Active Approximately 1695 : A treatise of chirurgical operations : after the newest, and most exact method founded on the structure of the parts ... : to which is annex'd A general idea of wounds / written originally by Joseph De la Charier ; and translated into English by R. B.
R B G : Three treatises concerning the Scotish discipline : 1. A fair warning to take heed of the same, by the Right Reverend Dr. Bramhall, Bishop of Derris : 2. A review of Dr. Bramble, late Bishop of London-Derry, his fair warning, &c. by R.B.G. : 3. A second fair warning, in vindication of the first, against the seditious reviewer, by Ri. Watson, chaplain to the Right Honorable the Lord Hopton : to which is prefixed, a letter written by the Reverend Dean of St. Burien, Dr. Creyghton.
R B H : An alarum to pamphleteers, or, The danger of an habeas corpus : being a serious and seasonable advice to anti-temporizing scriblers, to desist in time, lest they untimely be forc'd to sing their own obsequies, and write with their own pens in dismall characters their own epitaphs / by R.B.H.
R B K : An antidote against Arminianisme, or, A plain and brief discourse wherein the state of the question in all the five infamous articles of Arminius is set down, and the orthodox tenets confirmed by cleere scripturall grounds / by R.B.K.
R B M D : Coral and steel, a most compendious method of preserving and restoring health, or, A rational discourse grounded upon experience : practically shewing how most diseases may be both prevented and cured, either solely or chiefly by two common medicaments, viz. red coral and steel / by R.B., M.D.
R B Mr Of Arts : Arithmetick symbolical : in one book : in which the mystery of numeration by symbols is revealed / by R.B., Mr. of Arts.
R B Richard Baker : Concerning the judgements of God; : for and against what they are decreed, and what judgement is in it self. : And also what is the eternal judgement of God against the wicked and ungodly.
R C Active 1574 : A nevv booke intituled the blasinge of bawdrie : Daylie procured by Beldame B. principall broker of all iniquitie. Geuen for a Newyeares gyfte, aswell to all suche: in whose charge, the due punishment ther of is co[m]mitted: as also to all other that may reap co[m]modytie by lothyng their practises, either by readyng, or hearyng of the same. By R.C. citizen.1574
R C Active 1602 : A briefe and necessarie catechisme, concerning the principall poynts of our Christian religion : Written for the good of all such as seeke after consolation in Christ. By R.C.
R C Active 1618 : Reśolution des doutes, ou, sommaire decision des controverses entre l'Eglise reformee & l'Eglise romaine. English
R C Friend Of Peace : Vox sapientum, or, A discourse proving that peace-makers & moderators are the wisest men and most likely to promote unity in the church by the exercise of universal charity.
R C Gentleman : From Scotland. Tvvo coppies of letters, : the one sent from His Maiestie Aug. 31. to the Lord Keeper, and by him read uuto [sic] the Lords in Parliament. Wherein is contained foure reasons why he subscribed not unto the commission sent to him. The other Sept. 1. from a gentleman to his friend, concerning the proceedings of the Parliament in Scotland.
R C Minister Of The Church Of England : The conformists sayings, or, The opinion and arguments of kings, bishops, and several divines lately assembled in convocation in favour of those who dissent from the present ceremonies of publick worship / by a Minister of the Church of England.
R C Of The Middle Temple Esq : Arcana Parliamentaria, or, Precedents concerning elections, proceedings, privileges, and punishments in Parliament / faithfully collected out of the common and statute-law of this realm, with particular quotations of the authors in each case, by R.C. of the Middle Temple ... ; to which is added The authority, form, and manner of holding Parliaments, by the learned Sir Tho. Smith ...
R C Richard Chamberlayne : Lithobolia, or, The stone-throwing devil : being an exact and true account (by way of journal) of the various actions of infernal spirits, or (devils incarnate) witches, or both, and the great disturbance and amazement they gave to George Waltons family, at a place call'd Great Island in the province of New-Hantshire in New-England ... / by R.C., Esq., who was a sojourner in the same family the whole time, and an ocular witness of these diabolick inventions ...
R C Robert Chambers Active 1612 : An olde thrift nevvly reuiued : VVherein is declared the manner of planting, preserving, and husbanding yong trees of diuers kindes for timber and fuell. And of sowing acornes, chesnuts, beech-mast, the seedes of elmes, ashen-keyes, &c. With the commodities and discommodities of inclosing decayed forrests, commons, and waste grounds. And also the vse of a small portable instrument for measuring of board, and the solid content and height of any tree standing. Discoursed in a dialogue betweene a surueyour, woodward, gentleman, and a farmer. Diuided into foure parts, by R.C.
R D Active 1568 : An exhortation to England, to ioine for defense of true religion and their natiue countrie : Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.
R D Active 1585 : A true report of the gener[all] imbarrement of all the English shippes, vnder the domin[ion] of the kinge of Spaine : and of the daungerous aduenture, a[nd] wonderfull deliuerance of a ship of Londo[n] called the Viol[et,] being of the burthen of 130. tunne: by the especiall prouid[ence] of God, from the violence of Spanyardes, at a port called [S.] Sebastian in Biskay: which aduenture was enterprised 25. of May 1585. and was finished the 29. of the same moneth, without hurt either to men, or ship.
R D Active 1587 : An epitaph vpon the death of Richard Price Esquier (the second sonne of Sir Iohn Price Knight, deceased) : which Richard left this life the fifth day of Ianuarie, 1586.