Bibliographic Sources of British Armorial Bindings

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.  1668.  Fables of Aesop paraphras'd in verse.
.  1533.  Fables.
.  1651.  Fables of Aesop.
.  1566.  Fabulae.
.  1822.  Fabulæ Æsopiæ.
.  1533.  Fables.
.  1687.  Fables.
.  1516.  Fabule Esopi cu[m] co[m]me[n]to.
.  1701.  Fabularum Æsopiarum libri V.
.  1701.  Fabularum Æsopiarum libri V.
.  1667.  Fabularum Æsopiarim libri quinque.
.  1668.  Fables of Aesop paraphras'd in verse.
.  1718.  Fables.
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Baillie M.  1819.  First impressions on a tour upon the Continent in the summer of 1818.
Ball J.  1640.  Friendly triall of the grounds tending to separation.
Barba A A.  1670.  First book of the art of mettals, in which is declared the manner of their generation and the concomitants of them.
Barnes B.  1606.  Four bookes of offices.
Baudelaire C.  1896.  Fleurs du mal.
Baudelaire C.  1896.  Fleurs du mal.
Baxter R.  1659.  Five disputations of Church government, and worship.
Beaumont F.  1679.  Fifty comedies and tragedies.
Beaumont F.  1679.  Fifty comedies and tragedies.
Beaumont F.  1679.  Fifty comedies and tragedies.
Beckwith J.  1784.  Fragmenta antiquitatis.
Beckwith J.  1784.  Fragmenta antiquitatis.
Bering V J.  1698.  Florus Danici.
Billyng W.  1814.  Five wounds of Christ .
Blackall O.  1706.  Fourteen sermons preach’d upon several occasions.
Blount T.  1679.  Fragmenta antiquitatis: Antient tenures of land and jocular customs of some manors.
Blount T.  1784.  Fragmenta antiquitatis, or, Antient tenures of land and jocular customs of some manors.
Blundeville T.  1570.  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.
Boemus J.  1555.  Fardle of facions conteining the aunciente maners, customes and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affrike and Asie.
Boemus J.  1555.  Fardle of facions conteining the aunciente maners, customes, and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affrike and Asie.
Bouchot H.  1903.  Femme anglaise et ses peintres.
Bracciolini P.  1515.  Facetiæ.
Bracciolini P.  1515.  Facetiæ.
Bracken H.  1745.  Farriery improv’d.
Britton J.  1812.  Fine arts of the English school.
Brouwer C.  1612.  Fuldensium antiquitatum libri IIII.
Brusoni L D.  1560.  Facetiarum exemplorumque libri VII.
Bullinger H.  1577.  Fiftie godlie and learned sermones, divided into five decades.
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Cabrera de Córdoba L.  1619.  Felipe Segundo, Rey de España.
Cabrera de Córdoba L.  1619.  Felipe Segundo, Rey de España.
Caillières J de.  1664.  Fortune des gens de qualité, et des gentils-hommes particuliers.
Calvin J.  1565.  Forme of prayers and ministration of the sacraments &c. used in the English Church at Geneva, approved and received by the Churche of Scotland.
Carlisle, Frederick Howard, Earl of.  1800.  Father's revenge, a tragedy.
Carlisle, Frederick Howard, Earl of.  1800.  Father's revenge, a tragedy.
Earl of Carlisle F H.  1800.  Father’s revenge.
Carlyle T.  1895.  French Revolution: a history.
Carte T.  1742.  Full answer to the Letter from a by-stander, &c..
Catholic Church.  1499.  [Fragment of the Salisbury Breviary]. Paris, 1499. .
Chavigny J A de.  1594.  Facies prior historiam bellorum civilium, quæ per tot annos in Gallia grassata subt..
Church of England.  1911.  The form and order of the service that is to be performed and of the ceremonies that are to be observed in the coronation of their Majesties King George V and Queen Mary.
Church of England.  1661.  Form of common prayer to be used upon the thirtieth of January.
Church of England.  1911.  The form and order of the service that is to be performed and of the ceremonies that are to be observed in the coronation of their Majesties King George V and Queen Mary.
Church of England.  1911.  The form and order of the service that is to be performed and of the ceremonies that are to be observed in the coronation of their Majesties King George V and Queen Mary.
Church of England.  1902.  The form and order of the service that is to be performed, and of the ceremonies that are to be observed, in the coronation of their Majesties King Edward VII. and Queen Alexandra.
Church of England.  1831.  The form and order of the coronations of King William IV and Queen Adelaide. 8th of September 1831.
Church of England.  1703.  A form of prayer to be used in all churches and chapels throughout the Kingdom of England.
Church of England.  1761.  The form and order of the service that is to be performed, and of the ceremonies that are to be observed, in the coronation of their Majesties King George III. and Queen Charlotte, in the Abbey Church of S. Peter, Westminster. On Tuesday the 22d of ....
Church of England.  1761.  The form and order of the service that is to be performed, and of the ceremonies that are to be observed, in the coronation of their Majesties King George III. and Queen Charlotte, in the Abbey Church of S. Peter, Westminster. On Tuesday the 22d of ....
Churchyard T.  1578.  Firste part of Churchyardes chippes contayninge twelve severall labours.
Clark R.  1833.  First volume of poetry; revised, improved, and considerably enlarged.
Clinton H F.  1834.  Fasti Hellenici: the civil and literary chronology of Greece.
Clinton H F.  1845.  Fasti Romani: the civil and literary chronology of Rome and Constantinople.
Clinton H F.  1834.  Fasti Hellenici: the civil and literary chronology of Greece.
Coke, Edward, Sir.  1633.  First part of the Institutes of the lawes of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton.
Coke, Edward, Sir.  1684.  First part of the Institutes of the laws of England, or, A commentary upon Littleton.
Coleridge S T.  1818.  Friend: a series of essays.
Coleridge S T.  1818.  Friend: a series of essays.
Collyer M.  1765.  Felicia to Charlotte.
Colman G.  1789.  Family party.
Contarini F.  1598.  Fida ninfa.
Cotgrave R.  1673.  French and English dictionary.
Cousin V.  1857.  Fragments et souvenirs.
Creasy, Edward Shepherd, Sir.  1853.  Fifteen decisive battles of the world.
Cromwell O.  1847.  Four letters from Oliver Cromwell to Sir Arthur Heselridge.
Crowquill A.  1834.  Faust, a serio-comic poem.
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Hays M.  1803.  Female biography, or, Memoirs of illustrious and celebrated women.
Sir Hayward J.  1599.  First part of the life and raigne of King Henrie the IIII.
Sir Hayward J.  1599.  First part of the life and raigne of King Henrie the IIII.
Sir Hayward J.  1599.  First part of the life and raigne of King Henrie the IIII.
Sir Hayward J.  1599.  First part of the life and raigne of King Henrie the IIII.
heads F.  0.  Foreign heads [album].
Hexham H.  1642.  First part of the principles of the art military.
Hexham H.  1642.  First part of the principles of the art military.
Hexham H.  1642.  First part of the principles of the art military.
Heywood T.  1632.  Foure prentises of London, vvith the conquest of Ierusalem.
Heywood T.  1607.  Fayre maid of the Exchange.
Heywood T.  1631.  Fair maid of the west, or, A girle worth gold.
Heywood T.  1631.  Fair-maid.
Heywood T.  1626.  First and second parts of King Edward the Fourth.
Holinshed R.  1587.  First and second volumes of Chronicles.
Holinshed R.  1587.  First and second volumes of Chronicles.
Holinshed R.  1574.  First and second volumes of Chronicles.
Hone W.  1827.  Facetiæ and miscellanies.
Horneck A.  1683.  Fire of the altar.
Hotman F.  1586.  Francogallia.
Sir Howard R.  1692.  Five new plays.
Howell J.  1673.  French and English dictionary.
Hume D.  1757.  Four dissertations.
Hume D.  1757.  Four dissertations.
Hussey C.  1927.  Frampton Court, Gloucestershire.
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Saraceni G C.  1600.  Fatti d'arme famosi.
Sarpi P.  1625.  Free schoole of warre, or, A treatise, whether it be lawfull to beare armes for the service of a prince that is of a divers religion.
Sarpi P.  1625.  Free schoole of warre, or, A treatise, whether it be lawfull to beare armes for the service of a prince that is of a divers religion.
Scott J.  1622.  Foundation of the University of Cambridge.
Scott J.  1621.  Foundation of the University of Cambridge.
Selden J.  1685.  Fleta.
Serlio S.  1611.  The first booke of architecture.
Shadwell C.  1720.  Five new plays.
Sharpham E.  1607.  Fleire.
Shelford R.  1635.  Five pious and learned discourses.
Silence T.  1743.  Foundling hospital for wit.
Sleidanus J.  1560.  Famouse cronicle of oure time, called Sleidanes Commentaries, concerning the state of religion and common wealth, during the raigne of the Emperor Charles the First.
Smith E.  1809.  Fragments in prose and verse by a young lady.
Spenser E.  1590.  The Faerie Queene.
Spenser E.  1751.  Faerie queen.
Spenser E.  1611.  Faerie queen; The shepheards calendar, together with the other works.
Spenser E.  1596.  Faerie queen.
Spenser E.  1751.  Faerie queene.
Spenser E.  1611.  Faerie queen; The shepheards calendar, together with the other works .
Spenser E.  1617.  Faerie queen; The shepheards calendar, together with the other works.
Spenser E.  1609.  Faerie queene.
Spenser E.  1617.  Faerie queen; The shepheards calendar, together with the other works.
Spenser E.  1590.  Faerie queene.
Stanley W.  1824.  Faith and practice of a Church of England man.
Stobæus.  1822.  Florilegium.
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