Ruthven Patrick Ruthven Lord 1566 : A relation of the death of David Rizzi : chief favorite to Mary Stuart Queen of Scotland; who was killed in the apartment of the said Queen on the 9th of March 1565. Written by the Lord Ruthen [sic], one of the principal persons concerned in that action. Published from an original manuscript. Together with an account of David Rizzi, faithfully translated from Geo. Buchanan's History of Scotland.
Rutland Simon 1658 Or 9 1682 : Bibliotheca Whateliana: sive Catalogus variorum librorum bibliothecæ selectissimæ Rev. viri D. Whateley juxta Banbury in comitatu Oxoniensi : Cui accessit bibliotheca medica Simonis Rutland M.D. nuperrime de Brentwood in Essexiâ, cum plurimis libris medicis antiquis, præcipuéque modernis, (in gratiam medicorum) refertissima. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini, Ædibus Johan. Bridge, vulgo dicto Bridges Coffeehouse in Popes-Head-Alley over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill 23 April 1683. Per Edvardum Millingtonum bibliopolam. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at the above named Bridges-Coffeehouse, at Amsterdam-Coffeehouse in Bartholomew-Lane: Mr. Colliers at the Bible on London-Bridge, Mr. Wilkinson at the Black-boy in Fleetstreet, Mr. Mortlockes at the Phœnix in St. Pauls Church yard booksellers: Mr. Cruttenden at the Theatre in Oxford, Mr. Hickes in Cambridge, 1683.
Rutland Suzanne D : Edge of the diaspora : two centuries of Jewish settlement in Australia / Suzanne D. Rutland.
Rutland W R : Thomas Hardy; a study of his writings and their background.