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A mery jest of the Mylner of Abyngton with his wyfe and doughter. [1532-34?].
STC 78Records in DIMEV: 1
A ryght pleasaunt and merye historie of the Mylner of Abyngton Whereunto is Adioyned another merye iest of a Sargeaunt that Woulde haue Learned to be a Fryar. [J. Charlewood f.] [c. 1575].
STC 79Records in DIMEV: 2
The Batayll of Egyngecourte. Scot, [1536?].
STC 198Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynnethe the glorious lyfe and passion of seint Albon prothomartyr of Englande, and also the lyfe and passion of saint Amphabel whiche conuerted saint Albon to the fayth of Christe. [[St. Albans: J. Herford] the .xxvi. yere of our soueraigne lorde kyng Henry the eyght. and in the yere of our lorde God. M.D.xxx.iiii.], [1534].
STC 256Records in DIMEV: 2
[Romance of King Alexander]. [R. Faques, 1525?].
STC 321Records in DIMEV: 2
[The Book of Alexander the Great]. [Arbuthnet, c. 1580].
STC 321.5Records in DIMEV: 2
The Secrete of Secretes of Arystotle. Copland, 1528.
STC 770Records in DIMEV: 2
Here begynneth a lytyll treatyse schortely compyled and called ars moriendi that is to saye the craft for to deye for the helthe of mannes sowle. [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1491].
STC 786Records in DIMEV: 2
The crafte to lyue well and to dye well. de Worde, 1505 (xylographic).
STC 792Records in DIMEV: 2
[Bevis of Hampton]. [Westminster: W. de Worde, 1500].
STC 1987Records in DIMEV: 1
[Bevis of Hampton]. [S.l.: W. de Worde, ca. 1500].
STC 1987.5Records in DIMEV: 1
[Bevis of Hampton]. [[London]: Emprynted by Rycharde Pynson in Fletestrete at the sygne of the George, [1503?]].
STC 1988Records in DIMEV: 1
[Sir Bevis of Hampton]. [S.l.: J. Notary, ca. 1510].
STC 1988.2Records in DIMEV: 1
[Sir Bevis of Hampton]. [S.l.: W. de Worde, ca. 1500].
STC 1988.6Records in DIMEV: 1
Syr Beuys of Hampton. [London]: Imprynted at London in the vinetre vpon the thre Crane wharfe by William Coplande, [1560?].
STC 1988.8Records in DIMEV: 0
Syr Beuys of Hampton. [Imprented at London: In Lothburye by Wyllyam Copland, [1565?]].
STC 1989Records in DIMEV: 0
Syr Bevis of Hampton. [London]: Printed by Thomas East dwelling in Aldersgate streete, [1585].
STC 1990Records in DIMEV: 0
Moste pleasaunt historye of Blanchardine, sonne to the King of Friz; & the faire lady Eglantine Queene of Tormaday, (surnamed) the proud ladye in love. [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1490].
STC 3124Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynnethe the boke calledde Iohn bochas descriuinge the falle of princis princessis [and] other nobles tra[n]slated i[n]to englissh by Iohn ludgate mo[n]ke of the monastery of seint edmu[n]des Bury…,. [London: Printed by Richard Pynson, 1494 (27 Jan.)].
STC 3175Records in DIMEV: 3
The history of kyng Boccus, [and] Sydracke how he confoundyd his lerned men, and in ye syght of them dronke stronge venym in the name of the Trinite [and] dyd hym no hurt. Also his diuynyte that he lerned of the boke of Noe. Also his profycyes that he had by reuelacyo[n] of the aungell. Also his answeris to the questions of wysdome, both morall and natural wyth moche worldly wysdome contayned in noumber. CCC.lxv. translatyd by Hugo of Caumpeden, out of frenche into Englysshe. [Prynted at London: By Thomas Godfray. At the coste and charge of dan Robert Saltwode mo[n]ke of saynt Austens at Cantorbury, [1530?]].
STC 3186Records in DIMEV: 1
[Explicit the book of curtesye]. [Westminster: By William Caxton, 1477-1478].
STC 3303Records in DIMEV: 1
[Here endeth a lytyll treatyse called the booke of curtesye or lytyll Iohn.]. [Enprynted atte Westmoster: [Wynkyn de Worde, 1492]].
STC 3304Records in DIMEV: 1
[Book of good counsel to the Scots king]. [Edinburgh: W. Chepman and A. Myllar, 1508?].
STC 3307Records in DIMEV: 1
Boke of Hawking, Hunting, and Blasing of Arms. [St Albans, 1486].
STC 3308Records in DIMEV: 10
The Manere of Hawkyng and Huntyng and also of cote armours And of the blasynge of armys [and] The treatyse of fysshynge wyth an angle. de Worde, 1496.
STC 3309Records in DIMEV: 12
The Boke of Hawkynge, and Huntynge, and Fysshynge. de Worde, [1518?].
STC 3309.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Paruus Catho [et] Magnus Catho. [Caxton, 1477].
STC 4850Records in DIMEV: 1
Paruus Catho [et] Magnus Catho. [Caxton, 1476].
STC 4851Records in DIMEV: 6
Paruus Catho [et] Magnus Catho. [Caxton, 1483].
(STC 4852Records in DIMEV: 2
The Porteous of Noblenes. Alain Chartier, Chepman and Myllar, 1508.
STC 5060.5Records in DIMEV: 2
The prouffytable boke for ma[n]nes soule, and right comfortable to the body, and specyally in aduersitee [and] trybulacyon, whiche boke is called The chastysing of goddes chyldern. [Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, about 1494].
STC 5065Records in DIMEV: 0
[Troilus and Criseyde]. [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1483].
STC 5094Records in DIMEV: 1
The noble and amerous auncyent hystory of Troylus and Cresyde Compyled by Geffraye Chaucer. de Worde, [London] 1517.
STC 5095Records in DIMEV: 2
Here begynneth the boke of Troylus and Creseyde newly printed by a trewe copye. [Emprynted at London: In Fletestrete by Rycharde Pynson printer vnto the kynges noble grace, [1526?]].
STC 5096Records in DIMEV: 1
Jack vp Lande compyled by the famous Geoffrey Chaucer. [[Southwark]: Prynted [by J. Nicolson] for Ihon Gough, [1536?]].
STC 5098Records in DIMEV: 1
The plouumans tale compylled by syr Geffrey Chaucher knyght. [Imprinted at London: In Paules churche yarde at the sygne of the Hyll by Wyllyam Hyll, [1548?]].
STC 5100Records in DIMEV: 1
Christmasse carolles. de Worde, 1521.
STC 5204Records in DIMEV: 2
[Christmasse Carolles]. Treveris, [1528?].
STC 5204.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Christmas Carolles. [R. Copland f.] R. Kele, [1545?].
STC 5204.5Records in DIMEV: 25
Christmas Carolles. [W. Middleton?, 1547?].
STC 5205Records in DIMEV: 4
The Taill of Rauf Coilzear how he harbreit King charlis. Lekpreuik, 1572.
STC 5487Records in DIMEV: 1
Thre kynges of Coleyn. de Worde, [1496?].
STC 5572Records in DIMEV: 1
The historie, sege and dystrucyon of Troye. R. Pynson, 1513.
STC 5579Records in DIMEV: 1
The auncient historie and onely trewe cronicle of the warres betwixte the Grecians and the Troyans, digested in Latyn by Guydo de Columpnis and tr. in to englyshe verse by J. Lydgate. Newly imprinted. R. Braham, 1555.
STC 5580Records in DIMEV: 1
[Contemplacyon of synners]. [Emprentyd at Westmynster: By Wynkyn de worde, the .x. daye of July, the yere of our lorde .M. CCCC. lxxxxix.] [1499].
STC 5643Records in DIMEV: 1
[The life of Ipomydon]. [Enprynted at London in the Fletestrete: at the sygne of the Sonne by wynkyn de worde, [c. 1527]].
STC 5733Records in DIMEV: 1
Syr Degore. [Enprynted at London: In Flete strete at the sygne of the sonne by wynkyn de worde, [1512-13]].
STC 6470Records in DIMEV: 1
Syr Degore. [Imprinted at London: By Iohn king], Anno Domini. M.D.LX. [1560].
STC 6472Records in DIMEV: 1
Syr Degore. [[London]: Imprynted by Wyllyam Copland, [1565?]].
STC 6472.5Records in DIMEV: 1
The Dictes or Sayengis of the Philosophres. Caxton, 1477.
STC 6826Records in DIMEV: 0
A lytell treatyse called the dysputacyon or the complaynte of the herte through perced with the lokyng of the eye. de Worde, [1516?].
STC 6915Records in DIMEV: 1
The merrie historie of the thrie friers of Berwicke. Aberdeen, E. Raban for D. Melvill, 1622.
STC 7349.5Records in DIMEV: 1
[Sir Eglamour]. [de Worde, 1500].
STC 7541Records in DIMEV: 1
[Sir Eglamour]. [Chepman and Myllar, 1508?].
STC 7542Records in DIMEV: 2
The morale prouerbes of Cristyne. Du Castel, Christine [i.e., Christine de Pisan], [London]: Enprinted by Caxton, [1478].
STC 7273Records in DIMEV: 3
Chronicles of England. Caxton, 1480.
STC 9991Records in DIMEV: 3
[Chronicles of England]. [London: Enprynted by me William Caxton in thabbey of Westme[n]stre by london, fynysshed, and accomplysshed the, viij, day of October, the yere of the incatnacyon of our lord God, M,CCCC,lxxxij and in the xxii yere of the regne of Kyng Edward the fourth [1482]].
STC 9992Records in DIMEV: 1
And for he myght nought spede of his enemies so as…. [London: W. de Machlinia, 1486].
STC 9993Records in DIMEV: 1
Cronycles of the londe of Englo[n]d. [Enpre[n]tyd in the Duchye of Braband in the towne of Andewarpe: In the yere of owr lord. M.cccc.xciij. By maistir Gerard de leew. a man of grete wysedom in all maner of ku[n]nyng: whych nowe is come from lyfe vnto the deth, which is grete harme for many a poure man, [1493]].
STC 9994Records in DIMEV: 1
Everyman. Pynson, [c. 1515].
STC 10604Records in DIMEV: 1
Everymen. Pynson, [1526-28?].
STC 10604.5Records in DIMEV: 1
A Treatyse how þe Hye Fader of Heuen Sendeth Dethe to Somon Euery Creature [Everyman]. J. Skot, [1528?].
STC 10606Records in DIMEV: 1
The example of euyll tongues. [London: Wynkyn de Worde, 1525?].
STC 10608Records in DIMEV: 1
A Treatyse how þe Hye Fader of Heuen Sendeth Dethe to Somon Euery Creature [Everyman]. [J. Skot, 1535?].
STC 10606.5Records in DIMEV: 1
The Jest of Sir Gawaine. John Skot for Johan Butler [1528?].
STC 11691a.3Records in DIMEV: 1
The Knightly tale of Golagros and Gawane. Chepman and Myllar, 1508.
STC 11984Records in DIMEV: 2
The gossips feast: or, a merry meeting of women kinde each other greeting. VVhich by a fire with spiced ale, told many a pleasant Christmas tale. To a delicate northerne tune: or, there was an old man sate piping. [London]: Printed at London [by M. Flesher?] for Thomas Lambert at the signe of the Hors-shoo in Smithfield, [1635?].
STC 12092.8Records in DIMEV: 0
Gouernayle of Helthe. [Caxton, 1490?].
STC 12138Records in DIMEV: 2
Gouernall of Helthe with the medecyne of the stomacke. de Worde, [1506?].
STC 12139Records in DIMEV: 2
The gouernall of helth. [London: Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, 1530?].
STC 12139.5Records in DIMEV: 1
tHis book is intituled confessio amantis, that is to saye in englysshe the confessyon of the louer maad and compyled by Iohan Gower squyer…. [Enprynted at westmestre: By me willyam Caxton, and fynysshed the ij day of Septembre the fyrst yere of the regne of Kyng Richard the thyrd, the yere of our lord a thousand, CCCC, lxxxxiij].
STC 121342Records in DIMEV: 1
Io. Gower de confessione amantis. Imprinted at London: In Fletestrete by Thomas Berthelette printer to the kingis grace, an. M.D.XXXII. [1532] Cum priuilegio.
STC 12143Records in DIMEV: 1
Io. Gower de confessione amantis. Imprinted at London: In Fletestrete by Thomas Berthelette, the. XII. daie of Marche. An. M.D.LIIII. [1554].
STC 12144Records in DIMEV: 1
[Lyfe of saynt Gregoryes mo[ther]]. [London: [Wynkyn de Worde], [1515]].
STC 12352Records in DIMEV: 1
Here after foloweth the lyfe of saynt Gregoryes mother. [Enprynted at Londo[n]: By Iohn Mychell, [ca. 1536?]].
STC 12353Records in DIMEV: 1
[The history of Guy of Warwick]. [London?: [R. Pynson, 1500?]].
STC 12540Records in DIMEV: 1
[The history of Guy of Warwick]. [In Lothbury w. Copland: s.n., ca. 1565].
STC 12541.5Records in DIMEV: 1
[Here endeth the booke of the moste victoryous prynce, Guy of Warwick.]. [London?: W. Copland] 1553.
STC 12542Records in DIMEV: 1
[The Ghost of Guy]. [Pynson, 1492].
STC 12477Records in DIMEV: 2
Dyuerse My[racles whi]che God hath shewed for the [Portion] of his precyous Blod in Hay[les]. Pynson, ca. 1515.
STC 12973.5Records in DIMEV: 1
[Elegy on the Death of Henry VII]. [de Worde, 1509].
STC 13075Records in DIMEV: 1
[Acts and deeds of Wallace. In Scots verse by Henry the Minstrel, purporting to derive from a Latin work by J. Blair]. [Edinburgh: W. Chepman and A. Myllar, 1508?].
STC 13148Records in DIMEV: 1
The actis and deidis of the illuster and vailzeand campioun, Schir William Wallace, knicht of Ellerslie. [Imprentit at Edinburgh: Be Robert Lekpreuik at the expensis of Henrie Charteris, [and] ar to be sauld in his buith, or the north syde of ye gait abone [sic] the Throne, Anno. Do. M.D. LXX. [1570]].
STC 13149Records in DIMEV: 1
The Greate Herball. J. Kynge, 1561.
STC 13179Records in DIMEV: 0
A little gest of Robin Hood. [R. Pynson, 1500?].
STC 13688Records in DIMEV: 2
A Lytell Gest of Robyn Hode. de Worde, c. 1519.
STC 13689Records in DIMEV: 1
[Here begynneth a lytell geste of Robyn hode]. [York: Hugh Goes, not after 1509].
STC 13689.3Records in DIMEV: 1
[Here begynneth a gest of Robyn hode] . [S.l: s.n., between 1510-1515].
STC 13689.5Records in DIMEV: 1
[Here begynneth a gest of Robyn hode]. [London: Julian Notary, ca. 1515?].
STC 13690Records in DIMEV: 1
Scala Perfeccionis. Walter Hylton, [de Worde], 1494.
STC 14042Records in DIMEV: 2
Indulgences — Images of Pity, etc. [Xylographic, pr. by frotton.] [Northern England s.n. c. 1490.].
STC 14077c.9Records in DIMEV: 1
The hystory of Syr Isembras. [J. Skot, c. 1530].
STC 14280.5Records in DIMEV: 1
The hystory of Syr Isembras. [P. Treveris, c. 1530].
STC 14280.7Records in DIMEV: 1
The hystory of Syr Isembras. [c. 1560].
STC 14281Records in DIMEV: 1
The history of the Valyent Knyght, Syr Isenbras. Copland, [c. 1565?].
STC 14282Records in DIMEV: 1
A Merry Ieste of a Shrewde and Curste Wyfe. H. Jackson, [1580?].
STC 14521Records in DIMEV: 2
A Mery Geste of the Frere and the Boye. de Worde, [1510-13].
STC 14522Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynneth a lytell propre ieste. Called cryste cross me spede. a.b.c. How yt good gosyps made a royall feest. [In verse.]. London [W. de Worde,] [1534?].
STC 14546.5Records in DIMEV: 1
A Gloryous Medytacyon of Ihesus Crystes Passyon. R. Fakes, [c. 1523].
STC 14550Records in DIMEV: 1
A Mery Geste of the Frere and the Boye. Myddylton, [c. 1545].
STC 14522.5Records in DIMEV: 1
A Mery Jest of the Frier and the Boy. E. Alde, [1584-89].
STC 14522.7Records in DIMEV: 1
The Psalter of Jesus. Coplande, 1529.
STC 14563Records in DIMEV: 1
Here after foloweth a treatyse take[n] out of a boke whiche sometyme Theodosius the Emperour founde in Iherusalem in the pretorye of Pylate of Joseph of Armathy. [Enprynted at London: In Flete strete at the sygne of the sonne by me Wynken de Worde, [1511?]].
STC 14806Records in DIMEV: 1
The treatyse of Sir Lamwell. [J. Mychell, 1548].
STC 15187Records in DIMEV: 1
The iiii leues of the Trueloue. de Worde, [1510?].
STC 15345Records in DIMEV: 1
Horae Marie Virginis secundum usum Sarum. de Worde, 1513.
STC 15914Records in DIMEV: 3
Hore Beate Marie Virginis. Pynson, 1514.
STC 15917Records in DIMEV: 1
Hore beate marie virginis ad vsum insignis ac preclare ecclesie Saru[m] cu[m] figuris passionis mysteriu[m] representa[n]tibus recenter additis. Richard Fakes. [Parisius: Per J. bignon pro R. fakes Lodoii [sic] librario, [1521?]].
STC 15932Records in DIMEV: 2
Hore beatissime virginis Marie ad legitimus Sariburiesis ecclesie ritum cum quindecim orationub[us] beate brigitte ac multis alijs orationib[us] pulcherrimis et indulgentiis cum tabula aptissima iam vltimo adiectis. 1527. Venudat Parisiis: a Fracisco Regnault in vico sacte Jacobi sub signo Clephatis, [1527].
STC 15950Records in DIMEV: 0
Hore beatissime virginis Marie ad legitimu[m] Sarisburie[n]sis Ecclesie ritum cum quindecim orationib[us] beate Brigitte, ac multis alijs orationib[us] pulcherrimis, et indulgentiis, cum tabula aptissima iam vltimo adiectis. Fifteen O's. Fifteen O's. Vene[n]da[n]t[ur] [sic] Parisijs: a Fra[n]cisco Regnault In vico sa[n]cti Iacobi, sub signo Elepha[n]tis., 1527.
STC 15951Records in DIMEV: 0
Hore beatissime virginis Marie ad legitimu[m] Sarisburie[n]sis Ecclesie ritum: cum quindecim orationib[us] beate Brigitte, ac multis aliis orationib[us] pulcherrimis, et indulgentiis, cum tabula aptissima iam ultimo adiectis. Vene[n]da[n]t[ur] [sic] Parisiis [Paris]: a Fra[n]cisco Regnault, [10 Oct.] 1527.
STC 15954Records in DIMEV: 1
The prymer with the pystles and gospels in Englysshe of euery Sonday [and] holyday in the yere, reuised [and] dilige[n]tly corrected, and ye forme of the new bedis, with diuers other thynges very necessary for yonge curates, and for all other men women and chyldren. [Imprynted at London: in Fletestrete, at the synge of the Sonne, by me Iohan Byddell, [1537?]].
STC 15999Records in DIMEV: 1
The myracles of oure blessyd Lady. Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [1496].
STC 17539Records in DIMEV: 2
Our Ladyes Chambre, or Parler. [R. Wyer, 1533?].
STC 17542.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynneth a lytel treatyse of ye byrth [and] p[ro]phecye of Marlyn. London: Emprynted by Wynkyn de Worde, 1510.
STC 17841Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynneth Octauyan the Emperoure of Rome. [London: Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, 1505?].
STC 18779Records in DIMEV: 1
All Ouids elegies 3. bookes. By C.M. Epigrams by I.D. At Middlebourgh [i.e. London: s.n., ca. 1630].
STC 18932Records in DIMEV: 0
Diues & pauper. Pynson, 1493.
STC 19212Records in DIMEV: 3
Diues & pauper. de Worde, 1496.
STC 19213Records in DIMEV: 6
Diues & pauper. Berthelet, 1536.
STC 19214Records in DIMEV: 2
The parlyament of deuylles. de Worde 1509.
STC 19305Records in DIMEV: 1
The parfite lyfe to put in remembraunce…. [London]: Emprynted by Rychard Pynson, [1495?].
STC 19812Records in DIMEV: 1
Pierce the ploughmans crede. [Imprinted at London: By Reynold wolfe, Anno Domini. M.D.L.III. [1553]].
STC 19904Records in DIMEV: 1
Pierce the Ploughmans Crede. R. Wolfe, 1553.
STC 19908Records in DIMEV: 0
[Peregrinatio humani generis]. [Imprynted at London: In Fletestrete at the sygne of the George by Rycharde Pynson, prynter vnto the kyng[es] noble grace, And this boke made fynysshed the yere of our lord a. M.CCCCC. and viij. the. v. daye of December] [1508].
STC 19117.5Records in DIMEV: 1
[Peregrinatio humani generis]. [Imprynted at London: In Fletestrete at the sygne of the George by Rycharde Pynson, prynter vnto the kyng[es] noble grace, And this boke made fynysshed the yere of our lord a. M.CCCCC. and viij. the. v. daye of December] [1508].
STC 19118Records in DIMEV: 0
[Fifteen Oes]. Caxton, [1491].
STC 20195Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynneth a lytell geste how the plowman lerned his pater noster. [London: [By Wynkyn de Worde], 1510].
STC 20034Records in DIMEV: 1
[Fifteen Oes]. Coplande, 1529.
STC 20196Records in DIMEV: 1
The Proprytees and medycynes for Hors. [de Worde, 1502?].
STC 20439.3Records in DIMEV: 1
The Proprytees & Medicynes of Hors. Emprynted at Westmester by Wynkyn De Worde, [ca. 1497-8].
STC 20439.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Rycharde cuer du lyon, Kynge. [Enprynted at London: In ye Fletestrete at the sygne of the sonne by wynkyn de worde, prynter vnto the moost excellent pryncesse my lady the kynges moder, In the yere of our lorde god. M.CCCCC. ix. [1509]].
STC 21007Records in DIMEV: 1
Here beginneth the lyf of the moste myscheuoust Robert the deuyll whiche was afterwarde called ye seruaunt of god. [[London]: Enprynted in fletestrete in the sygne of the sonne by Wynkyn de worde, [1500?]].
STC 21070Records in DIMEV: 1
Robert the deuyll. [[London]: Enprynted in fletestrete in the sygne of the sonne by Wynkyn de Worde, [1517?]].
STC 21071Records in DIMEV: 1
[Gesta romanorum]. [London]: Thus endeth the boke of Gesta Romanorum. Emprynted in fletestrete in the sygne of the Sonne. By wynkyn de worde, [1502?]a.
STC 21286.2Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynneth thystorye of ye vii. wyse maysters of Rome: conteynynge ryghe fayre [et] right ioyous narrac[i]ons. [et] to ye reder ryght delectable. London: Wynkyn de Worde, 1506.
STC 21298Records in DIMEV: 1
Here beginneth thystorye of the seuen wyse maysters of Rome: conteynynge right faire and ryght ioyous narracio[n]s, and to the reder ryght delectable. London: WIlliam Copland, 1555.
STC 21299Records in DIMEV: 1
The history of the seuen wise maisters of Rome. [London]: Imprinted at London in Paules Churchyard by Thomas Purfoote, dwelling at the signe of the Lucrece, Edition: Now newly corrected with a pleasant stile, & purged from all old and rude wordes and phrases which were lothsome or tedious to the reader, 1546.
STC 21299.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Certaine Worthye Manuscript Poems of Great Antiquitie. ed. J. S[tow?], R. Robinson f. R. D[exter], 1597.
STC 21499Records in DIMEV: 3
An Exposicyon vpon the LI Psalme, made by Hierom of Ferrarye. Girolama Savonarola, Parys, [f. F. Regnault?], 1538.
STC 21790Records in DIMEV: 1
Kalender of Shepherdes. R. Pynson, 1506.
STC 22408Records in DIMEV: 5
Kalendar of shepardes. [J. Notary, 1518?].
STC 22410Records in DIMEV: 1
[The Smith that Forged him a New Dame. ], [de Worde, 1505].
STC 22653.5Records in DIMEV: 1
[The Smith that Forged him a New Dame. ], [Pynson, 1510].
STC 22653.7Records in DIMEV: 1
[A Treatyse of the Smyth Whych That Forged hym a New Dame. ], Copland, [1565?].
STC 22653.9Records in DIMEV: 1
Salomon and Marcolphus. Leeu, Antwerp, c. 1492.
STC 22905Records in DIMEV: 7
XX Songes. Impryntyd in London at the signe of the Black Mores, 1530.
STC 22924Records in DIMEV: 18
[The Squire of Low Degree]. [de Worde, 1520?].
STC 23111.5Records in DIMEV: 1
The Squyr of Lowe Degre. Copland, [1560?].
STC 23112Records in DIMEV: 1
The Floure of the Commaundements of God. de Worde, 1510.
STC 23876Records in DIMEV: 5
[Torent of Portyngale]. [Pynson, 1505?].
STC 24133Records in DIMEV: 1
A litell treatise of the knight of Curtesy and the lady of Faguell. Copland, ?1556.
STC 24223Records in DIMEV: 1
Here beginneth a lytel treatyse that sheweth how euery man [and] woman ought to faste and absteyne them from flesshe on ye wednesday. [Westminster: W. de Worde, 1500].
STC 24224Records in DIMEV: 1
Trentalle Sancti Gregorii. London: Emprentyd by Rychrde [sic] P[ynson], [1501?].
STC 24267Records in DIMEV: 1
Syr Tryamoure. Copland, [1561?].
STC 24303Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begyn[n]eth ye lyf of Saynt Ursula after ye cronycles of englo[n]de. London, per me Wynkyn de Worde, [1510].
STC 24541.3Records in DIMEV: 1
The ·xiii. bukes of Eneados of the famose poete Virgill translatet out of Latyne verses into Scottish metir, bi the Reuerend Father in God, Mayster Gawin Douglas Bishop of Dunkel [and] unkil to the Erle of Angus. Euery buke hauing hys perticular prologe. Imprinted at Londo[n: By William Copland], 1553.
STC 24797Records in DIMEV: 1
Here begynneth a lytell treatyse for to lerne Englysshe and Frensshe. [Emprynted at Westmynster: By my Wynken de Worde, [1497]].
STC 24866Records in DIMEV: 1
A Lytell Treatyse for to Lerne Englysshe and Frensshe. Pynson, c. 1500.
STC 24867Records in DIMEV: 1
a good boke to lerne to speke french. [R. Wyer? c. 1533].
STC 24868Records in DIMEV: 1
Of this chapell se here the fundacyon bylded the yere of crystes incarnacyon a thousande complete syxty and one the tyme of sent edward kyng of this region. [London: R. Pynson, 1496?].
STC 25001Records in DIMEV: 1
Sarum Prymer. Paris, 1529.
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Horae. Rouen, 1557.
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York Book of Hours. Rouen, for Guillaume Bernard and Jacques Cousin, c. 1516.
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Speculum Spiritualium. Paris, 1510.
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Here begynneth a contemplacyon or medytacyon of the shedynge of the blood of our lorde Ihesu Cryste at seuen tymes. Huntington Library, RB61866: [Enprynted at Westmynster: By Wynken de worde, [1500?]].
STC 14546Records in DIMEV: 1
Christine de Pisan, The morale prouerbes of Cristyne. Huntington Library, RB 59135: , [[London]: Enprinted by Caxton, in feuerer the colde season [1478 (20 Feb.)]].
STC 7273Records in DIMEV: 0
[Robert the Deuyll]. [Edition printed by de Worde or Pynson, as reported by William Carew Hazlitt].
Records in DIMEV: 1
Aesop. The morall fabillis of Esope the phrygian, compylit in eloquent, and ornate Scottis meter, be Maister Robert Henrisone, scholemaister of Dunfermeling. Newlie Imprintit at Edinburgh: Be Robert Lekpreuik, at the expensis of Henrie Charteris: and ar to be sauld in his buith, on the north syde of the gait, abone [sic] the throne., Anno. Do. M. D. LXX [1570].
STC 185Records in DIMEV: 1
Aesop. The fabulous tales of Esope the Phrygian, Euery tale moralized most aptly to this present time, worthy to be read.. compiled moste eloquently in Scottishe metre by Master Robert Henrison, & now lately Englished. [Im]printed at London: by Richard Smith., Anno. 1577.
STC 186.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Aesop. The morall fabl[…] of Esope, the Phrygian. Compyled into eloquent and orn […] meeter, by Robert Henr[…] schoole-ma[…] of Dumfermelin[…]. [Im]printed at [Edinburgh: A. Hart, 1621.
STC 186Records in DIMEV: 1
Arnold, Richard. Arnold’s Chronicle. [Antwerp, van Berghen, 1503?].
STC 782Records in DIMEV: 2
Arnold, Richard. Arnold’s Chronicle. [Southwark, Treveris, 1525?].
STC 783Records in DIMEV: 2
Barbour, John. [Acts and life of Robert Bruce]. [Imprintit at Edinburgh: by Robert Lekpreuik, at the expensis of Henrie Charteris, anno Do. M.D.LXXI. [1571]].
STC 1377.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Barbour, John. The actes and life of the most victorious conquerour, Robert Bruce, King of Scotland VVherein also are contained the martiall deedes of the valliant princes, Edward Bruce, Sir Iames Dowglas, Erle Thomas Randel, Walter Stewart, and sundrie others. Edinburgh: Printed by Andro Hart, 1616.
STC 1378Records in DIMEV: 0
Bartholomeus Anglicus. De Proprietatibus rerum. a.k.a. Glanville, de Worde, 1495.
STC 1536Records in DIMEV: 5
Bartholomeus Anglicus. De Proprietatibus rerum. a.k.a. Glanville, Londini: In aedibus Thomae Bertheleti regii impressrois [sic] Cum priuilegio a Rege indulto, [1535].
STC 1537Records in DIMEV: 1
Bartholomeus Anglicus, a.k.a. Glanville. Batman vppon Bartholome his booke De proprietatibus rerum, newly corrected, enlarged and amended: with such additions as are requisite, vnto euery seuerall booke: taken foorth of the most approued authors, the like heretofore not translated in English. Profitable for all estates, as well for the benefite of the mind as the bodie. 1582. London: Imprinted by Thomas East, dwelling by Paules wharfe, [1582].
STC 1538Records in DIMEV: 1
Betson, Thomas. Here begynneth a ryght profytable treatyse co[m]pendiously drawen out of many [and] dyuers wrytynges of holy men, to dyspose men to be vertuously occupyed in theyr myndes [and] prayers. [Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, 1500].
STC 1978Records in DIMEV: 0
Bieston, Roger. The bayte [and] snare of fortune…. Imprinted at London: by Iohn Wayland, at the signe of the Sunne ouer against the Conduite in Fletestrete, [1556?].
STC 3055Records in DIMEV: 1
Bieston, Roger. The bayte [and] snare of fortune…. Imprinted at London: by Iohn Wayland, at the signe of the Sunne ouer against the Conduite in Fletestrete, [1556?].
STC 3055.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Blundeville, Thomas. The fower chiefyst offices belongyng to horsemanshippe that is to saye. The office of the breeder, of the rider, of the keper, and of the ferrer. In the firste parte wherof is declared the order of breding of horses. In the seconde howe to breake them, and to make theym horses of seruyce, conteyninge the whole art of ridynge lately set forth, and nowe newly corrected and amended of manye faultes escaped in the fyrste printynge, as well touchyng the bittes as other wyse. Thirdely howe to dyet them, aswell when they reste as when they trauell by the way. Fourthly to what diseases they be subiecte, together with the causes of such diseases, the sygnes howe to knowe them, and finally howe to cure the same. Whyche bookes are not onely paynfully collected out of a nomber of aucthours, but also orderly dysposed and applyed to the vse of thys oure cou[n]trey. By Tho. Blundeuill of Newton Flotman in Norff. Imprinted at London: By VVyllyam Seres dwellyng at the west ende of Paules churche, at the signe of the Hedgehogge. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum, [1566].
STC 3152Records in DIMEV: 1
Blundeville, Thomas. The fower chiefest offices belonging to horsemanshippe that is to say, the office of the breeder, of the rider, of the keeper, and of the ferrer. In the first parte wherof is declared the order of breeding of horses. In the seconde howe to breake them, and to make them horses of seruice. Conteyninge the whole art of ryding latelye set foorth, and nowe newelye corrected and amended of manye faultes escaped in the fyrst printing, as well touchyng the byttes as otherwyse. Thirdely, howe to dyet them, aswell when they reste as when they traueyle by the way. Fourthly, to what diseases they be subiecte togither with the causes of such diseases, the sygnes howe to knowe them, and finally howe to cure the same. which bookes are not onely painefully collected out of a number of aucthours, but also orderly dysposed and applyed to the vse of thys oure countrey. By Tho. Blundeuill of Newton Flotman in Norff. Imprinted at London: By VVillyam Seres dwellyng at the west ende of Paules church, at the sygne of the Hedgehogge. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum, [ca. 1570].
STC 3153Records in DIMEV: 1
Boethius. Boecius de consolacione philosophie. [Westminster: Printed by William Caxton, 1478].
STC 3199Records in DIMEV: 0
Boethius, trans J. Walton, Tavestock. De Consolatione Philosophie. Thomas Rychard, 1525.
STC 3200Records in DIMEV: 2
Bonaventura, trans Nicholas Love. [Speculum Vitae Christi]. Caxton, 1484.
STC 3259Records in DIMEV: 1
Bonde, William. A deuote treatyse for them that ben tymorouse and tearefull in conscience whiche treatyse yf yt be well red ouer and folowyd wyl brynge ye reders out of al scrupulosite of co[n]science [et] saruyle feare, [et] brynge them to the holy feare and loue of almyghty God. Compyled by a brother of Syon called wyllyam Bonde. a Bachelar of Diuinitie on whose sowle Jesu haue marcy. [London: Printed by M. Fawkes, 1534?].
STC 3275Records in DIMEV: 1
Borough, John. Pupilla oculi: o[mn]ibus presbyteris precipue Anglicanis summe necessaria: / per sapientissimu[m] diuini cultus moderatore[m] Iohannem de burgo quonda[m] alme vniuersitatis Cantabrigien. cancellariu[m]: et sacre pagine professore[m] necno[n] ecclesie de Colingam rectore[m]: co[m]pilata anno a natali dominico. M.ccclxxxv. (In qua tractat[ur] de septe[m] sacramentorum administratione. De dece[m] preceptis decalogi [et] reliquis ecclesiasticorum officiis que oportet sacerdote[m] rite institutu[m] non ignorare) ia[m]primum accuratissime castigata, atq[ue] tersissime in luce[m] edita. Impensis honestissum ac fidelissimi marcatoris Vvilhelmi [sic] bretton. Augustinus Aggeus ad clerum…. [London: printed by Wolfgang Hopyl, Paris] Impensis honestissimi ac fidelissimi marcatoris Wilhelmi bretton. Venu[m]datur London[ie]. apud bibliopolas in cimiterio sancti Pauli: sub intersignio sa[n]ctissime ac indiuidue trinitatis [by H. Jacobi, 24 June 1510].
STC 4115Records in DIMEV: 0
Brandon, Charles, Duke of Suffolk. The Justes of Maye. [de Worde, 1507?].
STC 3543Records in DIMEV: 0
Buxtorfius, Johannes. Thesaurus Grammaticus linguae sanctae Hebraeae. Basle, 1616.
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Campeden, Hugh, translator. Sydrac and Boctus. Paris, 1486.
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Caxton, William, trans.. Somme des vices et vertus [English] The Ryal Book. [Westminster: William Caxton, about 1486].
STC 21429Records in DIMEV: 0
Caxton, William, trans.. The Myrrour of the Worlde. [Caxton, 1481].
STC 24762Records in DIMEV: 0
Chartier, Alain. Here foloweth the copye of a lettre whyche maistre Alayn Charetier wrote to hys brother…translated out of frensshe in to englysshe. [Westminster: William Caxton, 1483].
STC 5057Records in DIMEV: 1
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Workes. Thynne, 1532.
Records in DIMEV: 46
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Workes. [R. Grafton f.], W. Bonham 1542.
STC 5069Records in DIMEV: 2
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The workes of Geffrey Chaucer, newlie printed, with diuers addicions, whiche were neuer in print before: with the siege and destruccion of the worthy citee of Thebes, compiled by Ihon Lidgate, Monke of Berie. As in the table more plainly doeth appere. [Imprinted at London: By Ihon Kyngston, for Ihon Wight, dwellyng in Poules Churchyarde], 1561.
STC 5075Records in DIMEV: 25
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Workes. Speght, 1598.
STC 5077Records in DIMEV: 8
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury Tales. [Westminster, William Caxton, 1476].
STC 5082Records in DIMEV: 49
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury Tales. [Westminster], W. Caxton, [1483].
STC 5083Records in DIMEV: 50
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury Tales. R. Pynson, [1492].
STC 5084Records in DIMEV: 51
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury Tales. Westminster, W. de Worde, 1498.
STC 5085Records in DIMEV: 50
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Here begynneth the boke of C[a]nterbury tales dilygently [and] truely corrected, an[d] newly printed. [Imprinted at London: In fletestrete, by me Rycharde Pynson, printed vnto the kynges noble grace: and fyuished [sic], the yere of our lorde god. a. M.CCCCC. and xxvi. the fourth day of Iune. [1526]].
STC 5085Records in DIMEV: 1
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Book of Fame. Caxton, [1483].
STC 5087Records in DIMEV: 2
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Boke of Fame...with dyuers other of hid workes. Pynson, [1526?].
STC 5088Records in DIMEV: 8
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Mars and Venus. J. Notarii, [1500?].
STC 5089Records in DIMEV: 4
Chaucer, Geoffrey. [Thou fiers god of armes, mars the rede]. [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1477?].
STC 5090Records in DIMEV: 5
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Temple of Bras, or Assembly or Parliament of Fowls. Caxton, 1477?.
STC 5091Records in DIMEV: 7
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Here begynneth the parlyame[n]t of fowles compyled by the noble rethorycyen Geffray chaucer Ioha[n]nes Rastell in laudem magistri galfridi chaucer. [London: I. Rastell, 1525?].
STC 5091.5Records in DIMEV: STC 5091.5
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The assemblie of foules Here foloweth the assemble of foules veray pleasaunt and compendyous to rede or here compyled by the preclared and famous clerke Geffray Chaucer. [Imprynted in london: In Flete strete at the sygne of the Sonne agaynste the condyte, by me Wynkyn de Worde, The. xxiiij. day of Ianuary, in the yere of our lorde. M.CCCCC. amp; xxx. (1530)].
STC 5092Records in DIMEV: 3
Chertsey, Andrew. Here foloweth a notable treatyse and full necessary to an crysten men for to knowe and it is named the Ordynarye of crystyanyte or of crysten men. [Enprynted in the cyte of London: In the flete strete in the sygne of ye sonne by Wynkyn de worde, ye yere of our lorde. M.CCCCC.ij. [1502]].
STC 5198Records in DIMEV: 2
Chertsey, Andrew. Thordynary of crysten men. [Enprynted in the cyte of London: In the Fletestrete in the sygne of ye sonne by Wynkyn de worde, ye yere of our lorde. M.CCCCC.vi. [1506]].
STC 5199Records in DIMEV: 2
Chertsey, Andrew. Ihesus. The floure of the commaundementes of god…. [Enprynted at London: In Flete strete at the sygne of the sonne by Wynkyn de Worde. The. xiij. yere of ye reygne of oure moost naturell souerayne lorde kynge Henry ye eyght of yt name, Fynysshed ye yere of our lorde M.CCCCC.xxi [1521] the. viij. daye of October].
STC 23877Records in DIMEV: 1
Copland, Robert. The Complaynte of them that ben to late maryed. Wynkyn de worde, [1505?].
STC 5728Records in DIMEV: 0
Copland, Robert. The hye way to the spyttell hous Copland and the porter. Who so hath lust, or wyll leaue his thryft…. [Enprynted at London: In the Fletestrete at ye Rose garland, by Robert Copland, [1536?]].
STC 5732Records in DIMEV: 0
Copland, Robert. The lady commaunded anone soone. [London: Wynkyn de Worde, ca. 1522].
STC 5732.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Copland, Robert. The Complaynte of them that ben to late maryed. Wynkyn de Worde, [1518?].
STC 5728.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Denis, the Carthusian. Here after foloweth the prologue of the foure last thynges…. [Enprynted atte westmystre]: [Wynkyn de Worde, 1496?].
STC 5759Records in DIMEV: 1
Douglas, Gawin. The palis of honoure compyled by Gawayne dowglas Byshope of Dunkyll. Imprinted at London: In fletstret, at the sygne of the Rose garland by wyllyam Copland, [1553?].
STC 7073Records in DIMEV: 1
Dunbar, William. The ballade of ane right noble victorius & myghty lord Barnard Stewart lord of Aubigny erle of Beaumont … be Maistir Willyam Dunbar …. [Edinburgh: H. Chepman and A. Myllar, 1508].
STC 7347Records in DIMEV: 1
Dunbar, William. The Flytyng of Dunbar and Kennedy, and Other Poems. [Chepman and Myllar, 1508].
STC 7348Records in DIMEV: 2
Dunbar, William. The Goldyn Targe. Chepman and Myllar, 1508.
STC 7349Records in DIMEV: 1
Dunbar, William. The Tua Mariit Wemen and the Wedo, and Other Poems. [Scotland? printer of The tua mariit wemen, 1507?].
STC 7350Records in DIMEV: 4
Fabyan, Robert. New Chronicles of Englande and of Fraunce. Pynson, 1533.
STC 10659Records in DIMEV: 63
Fabyan, Robert. Fabyans cronycle newly prynted, wyth the cronycle, actes, and dedes done in the tyme of the reygne of the moste excellent prynce kynge Henry the vii. father vnto our most drad souerayne lord kynge Henry the .viii. To whom be all honour, reuere[n]ce, and ioyfull contynaunce of his prosperous reygne, to the pleasure of god and weale of this his realme amene. Prentyd at London: by wyllyam Rastell, 1533 [31 Dec.].
STC 10660Records in DIMEV: 2
Fabyan, Robert. The chronicle of Fabyan whiche he hym selfe nameth the concordaunce of historyes, nowe newely printed, [and] in many places corrected, as to the dylygent reader it may apere. 1542. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum. [London]: Printed by [R. Grafton for] William Bonham dwellyng at ye sygne of the kyng his armes in Paules churcheyarde, [1542].
STC 10661Records in DIMEV: 1
Fabyan, Robert. The chronicle of Fabyan whiche he hym selfe nameth the concordaunce of historyes, nowe newely printed, [and] in many places corrected, as to the dylygent reader it may apere. 1542. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum. [London]: Printed by Iohn Reynes, dwellynge at the sygne of saynte George in Pauls churcheyarde, [1542].
STC 10662Records in DIMEV: 42
Fabyan, Robert. The chronicle of Fabian, whiche he nameth the concordaunce of histories, newly perused. And continued from the beginnyng of Kyng Henry the seuenth, to thende of Queene Mary. [London]: 1559. Mense Aprilis. Imprinted at London, by Ihon Kyngston, [1559 (April)].
STC 10663Records in DIMEV: 1
Fabyan, Robert. The chronicle of Fabian whiche he nameth the concordaunce of histories, newly perused. And continued from the beginnyng of Kyng Henry the seuenth, to thende of Queene Mary. [London]: 1559. Mense Aprilis. Imprinted at London, by Ihon Kyngston, [1559 (April)].
STC 10664Records in DIMEV: 1
Gerard of Vliederhoven. Cordiale quattuor novissimorum. [Westminster: William Caxton], 24 March 1479.
STC 5758Records in DIMEV: 1
Gerard of Vliederhoven. Cordiale quottuor novissimorum. (French, trans. Jean Mielot), [Bruges: William Caxton, 1476].
STC 5759aRecords in DIMEV: 1
Gosynhyll, Edward. A dialogue bytwene the commune secretary and jalowsye, touchynge the vnstablenesst [sic] of harlottes. [Imprynted at London: In Crede Lane, by Iohn Kynge, [1556?]].
STC 6808Records in DIMEV: 0
Guido. Historia Troiana. Strassburg, 1494.
Records in DIMEV: 1
Guillaume de Deguileville. Pylgremage of the Sowle. Caxton, 1483.
STC 6473Records in DIMEV: 13
Hardyng, John. The Chronicle. R. Grafton, 1543.
STC 12766Records in DIMEV: 1
Hardyng, John. The Chronicle, revised with continuation. R. Grafton, 1543.
STC 12767Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The conuersyon of swerers. [London]: Enprynted at London, in Fletestrete, at the sygne of the Sonne, by Wynken de Worde…, MCCCCCIX [1509].
STC 12943Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The conuersyon of swerers. [London]: Enprynted at London, in Fletestrete, at the sygne of the Sonne, by Wynken de Worde…, MCCCCCIX [1509].
STC 12943.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The co[m]forte of louers The comforte of louers made and compyled / by Steuen Hawes somtyme grome of the honourable chambre of our late souerayne lorde kynge Henry ye seuenth (whose soule god pardon). ; In the seconde yere of the reygne of our most naturall souerayne lorder ky[n]ge Henry the eyght…. [London?]: Enprynted by me Wynkyn de Worde [1515?].
STC 12942.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The conuercyon of swerers. [Imprynted at London: In Fletestrete at the sygne of saynt Iohan eua[n]gelyste, by me (J. Skot for) Iohan Butler, (1531?)].
STC 12944Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The conuersyon of swerers. Inprynted at London: by Wyllyam Copland, for Robert Toye, In the yere of our lorde. M.D.LI. [1551].
STC 12944.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The Example of Vertu. [de Worde, 1504?].
STC 12945Records in DIMEV: 2
Hawes, Stephen. The Example of Vertu. de Worde, [1520?].
STC 12946Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The Example of Vertu. de Worde, 1530.
STC 12947Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. [The pastime of pleasure]. [London: W. de Worde, 1509].
STC 12948Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. Here begyneth the passe tyme of pleasure. [London:] W. de Worde, 1517.
STC 12949Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The historie of graunde Amoure and la bell Pucel, called the Pastime of plesure co[n]teining the knowledge of the seue[n] sciences, [and] the course of mans life in this worlde. Iuuented [sic] by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth his chamber. [London:] Newely perused and imprynted by Iohn Wayland, aucthorised a prynter, by the Quenes highnes most gracious letters patentes, [1554].
STC 12950Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The history of graund amoure and la bel pucell, called the pastime of pleasure conteynyng the knowledge of the seuen sciences, and the course of mans lyfe in this worlde. Inuented by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth, his chamber. [Imprinted at London: In Fletestreate, at the signe of the hande and starre, by (W. Copland for) Rychard Tottell], Anno domini. 1555.
STC 12951Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. The history of graund Amoure and la bel Pucel, called the Pastime of pleasure conteynyng the knowledge of the seuen sciences, [and] the course of mans lyfe in this worlde. Inuented by Stephen Hawes, grome of kyng Henry the seuenth, his chamber. [Imprinted at London: In forster lane, by (W. Copland for) Ihon Waley], Anno domini. 1555.
STC 12952Records in DIMEV: 1
Hawes, Stephen. A ioyfull medytacyon to all Englonde of the coronacyon of our moost naturall souerayne lorde kynge Henry the eyght. [Enprynted at London: In the fletestrete at the sygne of the sonne by Wynkyn de Worde, [1509]].
STC 12953Records in DIMEV: 1
Henley, Walter de. Boke of husbandry. [London: W. de Worde, 1508?].
STC 25007Records in DIMEV: 2
Henley, Walter de. The booke of thrift, containing a perfite order, and right methode to profite lands, and other things belonging to husbandry. Newly Englished, and set out by I.B. gentleman of Caen in France. London: Printed by Iohn Wolfe. 1589.
STC 25007.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Henryson, Robert. The morall fabillis of Esope the Phrygia[n], compylit in eloquet, & ornate Scottis meter, be M. Robert Henriso[n]e, scolmaister of Dufermlig. Edinburgh: Inprinted att Edinburgh be me Thomas Bassandyne, dwelland at the nether Bow, Anno. 1571.
STC 185.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Henryson, Robert. The Testament of Cresseid. H. Charteris, 1593.
STC 13165Records in DIMEV: 1
Henryson, Robert. Heire begynnis the traitie of Orpheus kyng and how he yeid to hewyn: to hel to seik his quene and ane othir ballad in the lattir end. [Edinburgh: W. Chepman and A. Myllar, 1508?].
STC 13166Records in DIMEV: 3
Higden, Ranulphus (trans. John Trevisa). Polychronicon. Caxton, [1482].
STC 13438Records in DIMEV: 6
Higden, Ranulphus (trans. John Trevisa). Polychronicon. de Worde, 1495.
STC 13439Records in DIMEV: 6
Higden, Ranulphus (trans. John Trevisa). Polychronicon. P. Treveris for J. Reynes, 1527.
STC 13440Records in DIMEV: 6
Higden, Ranulphus (trans. John Trevisa). Discripcion of Britayne & also [of] Irlonde. Caxton, 1480.
STC 13440aRecords in DIMEV: 9
Higden, Ranulphus (trans. John Trevisa). Discripcion of Britayne & also [of] Irlonde. de Worde, 1498.
STC 13440bRecords in DIMEV: 6
Higgins, John. The mirour for m[a]gistrates. H. Marsh, 1587.
STC 13445Records in DIMEV: 2
Holinshed, Raphael. The Chronicles of England. H. Bynneman f. J. Harrison, [1577].
STC 13568Records in DIMEV: 1
Holinshed, Raphael. [Buke of the Howlat]. [Chepman and Myllar, 1508].
STC 13594Records in DIMEV: 1
Hylton, Walter. Scala perfectionis. Imprinted at London: In Fletestrete, by Wynkyn de Worde, dwellynge at the sygne of the Sonne, and fynysshed in the yere of our lorde god. M.CCCCC.xxxiij. [1533] the. xxvij. daye of Maye.
STC 14045Records in DIMEV: 1
Jacobus de Cessolis. The Game and Playe of Chess. trans. William Caxton, [Caxton, 1483].
STC 4921Records in DIMEV: 0
Jacobus, de Voragine. Here begynneth the legende named in latyn legenda aurea, that is to say in englyshe the golden legende…. [Westminster: Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, 1493 (20 May)].
STC 24875Records in DIMEV: 0
La Sale, Antoine de; trans. Robert Copland (?). [The fyftene joyes of maryage]. [London: Wynkyn de Worde, ca. 1507].
STC 15257.5Records in DIMEV: 1
La Sale, Antoine de; trans. Robert Copland (?). The fyftene joyes of maryage. [London: Wynkyn de Worde, 1509].
STC 15258Records in DIMEV: 1
Lacy, John. wyl bucke his testament. Copland, [c. 1560].
STC 15118.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Laurentius, Frater, William Caxton, translator. Somme des vices et vertus [English] The Ryal Book. [Westminster: William Caxton, about 1486].
Records in DIMEV: 1
Lazius, Wolfgang. Vienna Austriae: Rerum Viennensium Commentarij. (Basle, 1546).
Records in DIMEV: 1
Lichfield, William. The remors of conscyence Here begynneth certayne demonstracyons by our lorde to all synfull persones with the remors of mannes conscynce to the regarde of the bounte of our lorde. [London: Wynkyn de Worde, ca. 1510].
STC 20881.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Lycophron, Willem. Lykophronos tou Chalkideos Alexandra. (Basle, 1566).
Records in DIMEV: 0
Lydgate, John. The fall of prynces. Gathered by John Bochas, fro[m] the begynnyng of the world vntyll his time, translated into English by John Lidgate monke of Burye Wherunto is added the fall of al such as since that time were notable in Englande: diligently collected out of the chronicles. Londini: in aedibus Johannis Waylandi, cum priuilegio per sepatennium,[1554?].
STC 3177Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The cronycle of all the kynges: that haue reygned in Englande: sythe the Conquest of Wyllyam Conqueroure And sheweth the dayes of theyr crownacion. And howe many yeres they dyd reygne. With the dayes of theyr death. And wher they were buryed. [London: Printed by Robert Wyer, ca. 1552].
STC 9983Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Here is a lytell shorte cronycle, begynnynge at the. vii. ages of the worlde, w[ith] the comy[n]ge of Brute: and the reygne of all the kynges with the sayntes and martyrs that haue ben in this lande. [London: [Imprynted by me Wynkyn de Worde, dwellynge in London in flete strete, at the sygne of the Sonne, In the yere of our lorde. M. CCCCC. and .xxx. the .xxv. of Iune]] [1530].
STC 9983.7Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. This is the cronycle of all the kyng[es] names that haue ben in Englande, and how many yeres they reygned and how many saynt[es] & martyrs haue ben i[n] this lande, and shewith the hole su[m]me, from the makyng of the worlde tyll the co[m]mynge of Brute, ye whiche is iiii.M.lxxvii. yeres and fro[m] the co[m]mynge of Brute to the Incarnation of Christe is M.C.xxii yeres, & from the Incarnacion to the xxiiii yere of Kynge Henry the vi is M.CCCC.xlvi yeres. [S.l.]: Imprinted by Rychard Pynson…, [1518?].
STC 9983.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Hrre [sic] folowyth the interpretac[i]on of the names of goddis and goddesses of this treatyse folowynge as poetes wryte. [Westminster: Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, 1498].
STC 17005Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Here foloweth the interpretacoin [sic] of the names of goddes and goddesses as is reherced in this tretyse folowynge as poetes wryte. [[Westminster?: Wynkyn de Worde, ca. 1500].
STC 17006Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Here endeth a lytyll tratyse named Le assemble de dyeus. [Westminster?: Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, 1500?].
STC 17007Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. [The chorle and the birde]. [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1477?].
STC 17008Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Explicit the chorle and the birde. [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1476?].
STC 17009Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Problemys of olde siknesse and figures Whiche p[ro]uyd been fructuous of sentens and haue auctorities grounded on scripture by resemblance of notable apperannce [sic] with moralities concludynge on prudence. [London]: [Emprentyt by me Richard Pinson], [1493].
STC 17010Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Here begynneth the chorle [and] the byrde. [London]: [Emprentyt by me Richard Pinson], [1493].
STC 17011Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Here begynneth the chorle and the byrde. [Enprynted at London: In the Flete strete in the sygne of the sonne by Wynkyn de Worde, [1510?]].
STC 17012Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Here foloweth the churle and the byrde. [Emprynted att Westmynstre: In Caxtons house by Wynken de worde, 1497?].
STC 17013Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The churle and the byrde. [Imprented at London: In Lothburi ouer against Sainct Margarytes church by me Wyllam Copland, [ca. 1565]].
STC 17014Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Complaynt of the Black Knight. Chepman and Myllar, 1508.
STC 17014.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Complaynt of a Louers Lyfe [= of the Black Knight]. de Worde, [1531?].
STC 17014.7Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The courte of sapyence. [Imprynted in London: In ye fletestrete at the sygne of the sonne by Wynkyn de Worde, ye yere of our lorde a. M.CCCCC. & X (1510)].
STC 17015Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. [Explicit liber primus de curia sapiencie]. [Westminister: Printed by William Caxton, 1480].
STC 17016Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Horse the Ghoos & the Sheep. [Caxton, 1477-78].
STC 17018Records in DIMEV: 2
Lydgate, John. The Hors, the Sheep, & the Ghoos. [Caxton, 1477-78].
STC 17019Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Horse, the Sheep and the Ghoos. [de Worde, c. 1495].
STC 17020Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Horse, the Sheep and the Goos. [de Worde, 1499?].
STC 17021Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Horse, the Shepe & the Goos. [de Worde, 1500].
STC 17022Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The lyf of our lady. Caxton, [1484].
STC 17023Records in DIMEV: 4
Lydgate, John. The lyf of our lady. Caxton, [1484].
STC 17024Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The lyf of our lady. R. Redman, 1531.
STC 17025Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The prouerbes of Lydgate. de Worde, [1510?].
STC 17026Records in DIMEV: 5
Lydgate, John. The prouerbes of Lydgate. de Worde, [1520?].
STC 17027Records in DIMEV: 4
Lydgate, John. This lytell treatyse compendiously declareth the damage and destruction in realmes caused by the serpente of diuision. [London]: Newly and of late imprinted by me Roberte Redman, dwellynge at London in Flete Strete at the sygne of the George, [ca. 1535].
STC 17027.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The serpent of diuision Whych hathe euer bene yet the chefest vndoer of any region or citie, set forth after the auctours old copy, by I.S. [Imprinted at Londo[n]: By Owen Rogers dwelling in Smithfielde, by the Hospital in litle S. Bartelmewes], Anno. M.D.L.IX. [1559] the. iiii. of May.
STC 17028Records in DIMEV: 0
Lydgate, John. The serpent of deuision VVherein is conteined the true history of mappe of Romes ouerthrowe, gouerned by auarice, enuye, and pride, the decaye of empires be they neuer so sure. Whereunto is annexed the tragedye of Gorboduc, sometime king of this land, and of his two sonnes, Ferrex and Porrex. Set foorth as the same was shewed before the Queenes most excellent Maiesty, by the Gentlemen of the Inner Temple. At London: Printed by Edward Allde for Iohn Perrin, and are to be sold in Paules Church yard, at the signe of the Angell, 1590.
STC 17029Records in DIMEV: 0
Lydgate, John. Stans puer ad mensam. [Westminster: Printed by William Caxton, 1476?].
STC 17030Records in DIMEV: 7
Lydgate, John. The Storye [of The Siege] of Thebes,. [de Worde, 1497?].
STC 17031Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Temple of Glas. [Caxton, 1477?].
STC 17032Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Temple of Glas. [de Worde, 1495?].
STC 17032aRecords in DIMEV: 4
Lydgate, John. The Temple of Glas. [de Worde, 1500?].
STC 17033Records in DIMEV: 2
Lydgate, John. The Temple of Glas. Pynson, [1503].
STC 17033.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Temple of Glas. de Worde, [1506?].
STC 17033.7Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The Temple of Glad. Berthelet, [1529?].
STC 17034Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Here begynneth the testament of John Lydgate. R. Pynson, [1520?].
STC 17035Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. Verses on the seven virtues. [London? 1500?].
STC 17037Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. [The virtue of the mass]. [W. de Worde, c. 1500].
STC 17037.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The vertue of ye masse. W. de Worde, [1520?].
STC 17038Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John. The lamentacyon of our lady. [Enprinted at London: In Fletestrete at the sygne of the sonne, by Wynkyn de Worde, [1510?]].
STC 17537Records in DIMEV: 2
Lydgate, John. Here begyneth a treatise of a galau[n]t. [Enprynted at London: In the fletestrete at the sygne of the Sonne by me Wynkyn de Worde, 1520?].
STC 24241Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John, and Benedict Burgh. The Gouernance of Kynges. Pynson, 1511.
STC 17017Records in DIMEV: 1
Lydgate, John, trans.. The Payne and Sorowe of Evyll Maryage. de Worde, [c. 1530].
STC 19119Records in DIMEV: 1
Malory, Thomas. Le morte Darthur. de Worde, 1529.
STC 803Records in DIMEV: 1
Medwall, Henry. A godely Interlude of Fulgens Cenatoure of Rome. Rastell, [1512-16].
STC 17778Records in DIMEV: 1
Medwall, Henry. Nature A goodly interlude of nature co[m]pylyd by mayster Henry Medwall chapleyn to the ryght reuerent father in god Iohan Morton somtyme cardynall and archebyshop of Canterbury. Henry Medwall, [London: Printed by William Rastell, between 1529 and 1535].
STC 17779Records in DIMEV: 1
Merlin. The whole prophesie of Scotland, England, & somepart of France, and Denmark. Waldegrave, 1603 [not pr. by Waldegrave, possibly a London piracy].
STC 17841.7Records in DIMEV: 4
Michael de Hungaria. Sermones. J. Paderborn, Louvain, ca. 1495.
Records in DIMEV: 1
Mielot, Jean, translator. Cordiale quattuor novissimorum [French] Les quattres choses derrenieres. British Library, IB.49437: Translated by Jean Mielot. [Bruges: William Caxton, 1475?].
Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. tHis day is callyd the first sonday of aduent, that is the sonday in cristys comyng Therfore holy chirche this day maketh mencion of ij comynges…. [[Westminster]: Enprynted by wylliam Caxton at westmestre, [1483 (30 June)]].
STC 17957Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. [Liber festivalis]. [Oxford: Theodoric Rood and Thomas Hunte, 1486].
STC 17958Records in DIMEV: 0
Mirk, John. Incipit liber qui vocatur festialis. [Westminster: Printed by William Caxton, 1491].
STC 17959Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. The helpe and grace of almighty god…. [London: Emprynted by me Richarde Pinsone, 1493].
STC 17960Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. The helpe and grace of almighty god…. [London: Emprynted by me Richarde Pinsone, 1493].
STC 17961Records in DIMEV: 0
Mirk, John. Incipit liber qui vocatur festialis. [In westmonesterio: [W. de Worde], anno domini. M.cccc.lxxxxiii. [1493 [i.e., 1494]].
STC 17962Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. Incipit liber qui vocatur festialis. [Finitum et co[m]pletum Rothomagi: [Printed by J. Ravynell], Anno domini millesimo quadringentesimo nonagesimoquinto [1495]].
STC 17963Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. Incipit liber qui vocatur festiualis de nouo correctus et impressus. [Finitum et co[m]pletum Rothomagi: [Printed by J. Ravynell], Anno domini millesimo quadringentesimo nonagesimoquinto [1495]].
STC 17964Records in DIMEV: 0
Mirk, John. Incipit liber (qui Festialis appellatur( [sic]. [Finitum westmonasterio: [Wynkyn de Worde], Anno [et]c.lxxxxvi [i.e. 1496]].
STC 17965Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. Incipit liber qui vocatur festiualis. [London: Finitum et completum per Richardu[m] Pynson com[m]orantem extra barram noui templi London[iensis?], anno incarnationis dominici. M. cccc. nonagesimonono. sexto die mensis Iulii. [1499]].
STC 17966.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. Incipit liber qui Festialis appellatur. [Finitu[m] et completu[m] in Westmonasterio]: [By Wynkyn de Worde], [Anno dni .M. cccc. nonagesimonono.] [1499].
STC 17967Records in DIMEV: 1
Mirk, John. [Liber festiualis]. [Westmonasterio: Finitum [et] co[m]pletu[m] p[er] Julianu[m] notarii, Anno in carnationis dni. M.cccc.nonagesimonono. Secu[n]do die mensis Ianuarii.] [1499].
STC 17968Records in DIMEV: 1
More, Thomas. Workes in the Englyssh Tonge. ed. Rastell, Tottell, 1557.
STC 18076Records in DIMEV: 3
More, Thomas. The boke of the fayre genty[l]woman that no man shulde put his truste, or confydence in that is to say, Lady Fortune, flaterynge euery man that coueyteth to haue all, and specyally, them that truste in her, she deceyueth them at laste. [London]: Imprinted by me Robert Wyer dwellynge, in Saynt Martyns parysshe, in the Duke of Suffolkes tentes, besyde Charynge Crosse, [ca. 1540].
STC 18078.5Records in DIMEV: 1
More, Thomas. A mery gest how a sergeau[n]t woldel erne [sic] to be a frere. [Enprynted at Londo[n]: By me Iulyan Notary dwelly[n]g in Powlys churche yarde at the weste dore at the sygne of saynt Marke, [1516?]].
STC 18091Records in DIMEV: 1
Neville, William. The castell of pleasure The conueyaunce of a dreme how Desyre went to the castell of pleasure, wherin was the gardyn of affeccyon inhabyted by Beaute to whome he amerously expressed his loue vpon ye whiche supplycacyon rose grete stryfe dysputacyon, and argument betwene Pyte and Dysdayne. [Ed.? (R. Copland) Enprynted at London: In the Fletestrete at the sygne of the Sonne by Wynkyn de worde, [1530?]].
STC 18475Records in DIMEV: 3
Neville, William. The castell of pleasure. The conueyaunce of a dreme how Desyre went to ye castell of pleasure, wherin was the gardyn of affeccyon inhabyted by Beaute to whome he amerously expressed his loue, vpon the whiche supplycacion rose grete stryfe dysputacion, [and] argument betwene Pyte [and] Dysdayne…, . [[London]: Here endeth the castell of pleasure enprynted in poules churchayrde [sic] at the sygne of the Trynyte by me Hary Pepwell, 1518.
STC 18476Records in DIMEV: 1
Origen. Omelia Origenis de Beata Maria Magdalena. ed. W. Menyman, [W. Faques, 1505?].
STC 18846Records in DIMEV: 2
Paris, Matthew. Angli Historia Major. R. Wulfium, 1571.
STC 19209Records in DIMEV: 3
Perottus, Nicolaus. Grammatica nicolai Perrotti cum textu iodoci Badii Ascensii. de Worde, 1512.
STC 19767.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Petrus de Alliaco. Meditationes circa psalmos poenitentiales [French] Les sept degrés de l'échelle. [Bruges: William Caxton, between 1473/74 and 1476].
Records in DIMEV: 1
Petrus de Alliaco. Devotae Meditationes Circa Septem Psalmos Poenitentiales. Bruges, Collard Mansion, 1480?.
Records in DIMEV: 0
Pseudo-Boethius. Boeti[us] de disciplina scholarium cum notabili commento. Deventer, Netherlands: Jacobus Breda, 1496.
Records in DIMEV: 0
Purchas, Samuel. Hakluytus Posthumus or Purchas his pilgrimes. W. Stansby f. H. Fetherstone, 1625.
STC 20509Records in DIMEV: 1
Rastell, John. Now she that I louyd trewly beryth a full fayre face hath chosen her…. [S.l.: J. Rastell, ca. 1525].
STC 20700.3Records in DIMEV: 2
Rastell, John. A new iuterlude [sic] and a mery of the nature of the .iiii. element declarynge many proper poynt of phylosophy naturall, and of dyuers straunge landys and of dyuers straunge effects [and] causis, whiche interlude yf ye hole matter be playd wyl conteyne the space of an hour and a halfe, but yf le lyst ye may leue out muche of the sad mater as the messengers p[ar]te, and some of experyens p[ar]te [and] yet the matter wyl depend conuenyently, and than it wyll not be paste thre quarters of an hour of length. [London: J. Rastell, 1520?].
STC 20722Records in DIMEV: 1
Rastell, John. The pastyme of people The cronycles of dyuers realmys and most specyally of the realme of Englond breuely co[m]pylyd [and] empryntyd in chepesyde at the sygne of the mearemayd next to pollys gate. Cum priuilegio. [London: Printed by John Rastell, 1530?].
STC 20724Records in DIMEV: 2
Rastell, John. Song Sheet. (fragment, unassigned STC number).
Records in DIMEV: 1
Rhodes, Hugh. The Boke of Nurture for Men, Seruantes and Chyldren, with Stans Puer ad Mensam. A. Veale, [1560?].
STC 20954Records in DIMEV: 1
Richard, of St. Victor. Here foloweth a veray deuoute treatyse (named Benyamyn) of the myghtes and vertues of mannes soule & of the way to true contemplacyon / complyed by a noble & famous doctoure a ma[n] of grete holynes & deuocyon, named Rycharde of Saynt Uyctor. Imprynted at London: in Poules chyrchyarde at the Sygne of the Trynyte by Henry Pepwell, 1521.
STC 20972Records in DIMEV: 1
Ripley, George. [Twelve Gates]. Rabbards, 1591.
Records in DIMEV: 1
Robert of Shrewsbury. Here begynneth the lyf of the holy [and] blessid vyrgyn saynt Wenefryde. [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1485].
STC 25853Records in DIMEV: 0
Rolland, John. The thrie tailes of the thrie priests of Peblis Contayning manie notabill examples and sentences, and (that the paper should not be voide) supply it with sundrie merie tailes, verie pleasant to the reider, and mair exactlie corrected than the former impression. Imprinted at Edinburgh: Be Robert Charteris, 1603.
STC 19528Records in DIMEV: 1
Rolle, Richard. Speculum Spiritualium. Additur insuper et opusculum Ricardi Hampole de emendacione vitae. Paris: Wolfgang Hopyl, for William Bretton in London, 1510.
Records in DIMEV: 1
Ryff, Walther. In Caii Plinii Secvndi Natvralis historiae argutissimi Scriptoris I. & II. Cap: Libri XXX. Commentarius. Würzburg: Johann Müller, 1548.
Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. The epitaffe of the moste noble [and] valyaunt Iasper late duke of Beddeforde. [London: R. Pynson, [1496]] ].
STC 14477Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. A ballade of the Scottysshe kynge. [London: R. Faques, 1513].
STC 22593Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. The Boke of Phyllyp Sparowe. [R. Copland for] R. Kele, [1545?].
STC 22594Records in DIMEV: 3
Skelton, John. The Bowge of Courte. de Worde, [1499?].
STC 22597Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. Certayne bokes compyled by maister Skelton. R. Lant f. H. Tab, [1545?].
STC 22598Records in DIMEV: 7
Skelton, John. Certayne bokes compyled by maister Skelton. Kynge and Marshe, n.d.
STC 22599Records in DIMEV: 6
Skelton, John. Heare after foloweth certain bokes compiled by Master Skelton, Poet Laureat, whose names here after doth appere…. Heare after foloweth certain bokes compiled by Master Skelton, Poet Laureat, whose names here after doth appere ... King Edward the fourth. King Edward the fourth. Treatise of the Scottes. Treatise of the Scottes. Ware the hawke. Ware the hawke. Tunning of Elynoure Rummyng. Imprynted at London: by Jhon [sic] Day, [1563?].
STC 22600Records in DIMEV: 4
Skelton, John. Here after followeth a lytell boke called Collyn Clout. London [T. Godfray,] [1531?].
STC 22600.5Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. Here after foloweth a litel boke called Colyn Cloute compyled by mayster Skelton poete Laureate. [Imprinted at London: By [R. Copland for] me Rycharde Kele dwellyng in the powltry at the long shop vnder saynt Myldredes. chyrche, [1545?]].
STC 22601Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. Dyuers Balettys and Dyties Solacyous. [Rastell, 1528?].
STC 22604Records in DIMEV: 5
Skelton, John. Magnyfycence, A Goodly Interlude and a Mery. [P. Treveris f. J. Rastell, 1530?].
STC 22607Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. Pithy, Plesaunt and Profitable workes of Maister Skelton. ed. J. Stow, T. Marshe [1568].
STC 22608Records in DIMEV: 18
Skelton, John. Honorificatissimo, amplissimo, longeq[ue] reuerendissimo in Christo patri: ac domino, domino Thome &c … A latereq[ue] legato superillustri &c. Skeltonis laureatus ora, reg. humillimum, dicit obsequium … A replycacion agaynst certayne yong scolers, abiured of late [et]c. Argumentum. Crassa[n]tes nimiu[m], nimiu[m] sterilesq[ue] labruscas (vinea quas d[omi]ni, sabaot non sustinet ultra laxius expandi) nostra est resecare uoluntas. Cum priuilegio a rege indulto. [[London]: Impri[n]ted by Richard Pynson, [1528]].
STC 22609Records in DIMEV: 1
Skelton, John. A Goodly Garlande or Chapelet of Laurell. R. Faukes, 1523.
STC 22610Records in DIMEV: 2
Skelton, John. Skelton Laureate agaynste a comely coystrowne that curyowsly chawntyd and curryshly cowntred, and madly in hys musykkys mokkyshly made, agaynste the. ix. Musys of polytyke poems [and] poettys matryculat. [J. Rastell, 1527?].
STC 22611Records in DIMEV: 3
Skelton, John. Here after foloweth a lytell boke, whiche hath to name, Why come ye nat to courte compyled by maystr Skelton poete Laureate. [Imprinted at london: By [R. Copland for] me Richard kele dwellig [sic] in the powltry at the longe shop vnder saynt myldredes chyrch, [1545?]].
STC 22615Records in DIMEV: 1
Stowe, John. The Annales of England. with continuators T Adams, 1615.
STC 23338Records in DIMEV: 1
Whitford, Richard. A boke newely translated out of Laten in to Englysshe, called The folowynge of Cryste. [[London]: Imprynted by me Robert wyer [and Peter Treveris?], dwellyng in saynt Martyns parysshe besyde charynge crosse, in the hysshop [sic] of Norwyche rentes, [1531?]].
STC 23961Records in DIMEV: 1
Wimbledon, Thomas. A sermon no lesse fruteful then famous made in the yeare of our Lorde God M.CCC.lxxxvij in these oure latter dayes moost necessary to be knowen nether addyng to, neyther demynyshynge fro, saue tholde and rude Englysh ther of mended here and there. [S.l.: J. Maylor?, 1540?].
STC 25823.3Records in DIMEV: 1
Wotton, John. Speculum Cristiani. W. de Machlinia ad exp. H. Vrankenburgh, [1486?].
STC 26012Records in DIMEV: 9
[Wedderburn, John]. Ane co[m]pendious [buik] of godlie psalmes and spirit[uall sangis] collectit furthe of sindrie pa[rtis of] Scripture…With [aug]mentation of sindrie…ballatt[is] not contenit in th[e] first editioun. [1578].
STC 2996.7Records in DIMEV: 1
de Mugello, Dinus. De regulis iuris. Lyons, 1562.
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