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Lettre à monsieur le rédacteur des Ephémérides de l'opinion, à Bruxelles
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Year: 1816 Publisher: S.l. : s.n.,

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La station centrale d'énergie électrique des gares de Dresde
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Year: 1895 Publisher: Bruxelles E. Bruylant

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Les tramways électriques de Stuttgart
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Year: 1896 Publisher: Bruxelles E. Bruylant

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The proselyte of Rome called back to the communion of the Church of England : in a private letter thought very fit and seasonable to be made publick.
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Year: 1679 Publisher: London : Printed for R. Clavell,

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The sacramental stumbling-block removed. Or a brief discourse concerning examination by the congregational eldership, before admittance to the sacrament. : Wherein all contrary scruples are silenced : the equity and necessity of that duty vindicated, both by scripture, and undenyable arguments. Set forth for, 1. The satisfaction of the weake. 2. The information of the ignorant. 3. The conviction of the obstinate. 4. The edification of the Church of God.
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Year: 1648 Publisher: London : Printed by James and Joseph Moxon; for Henry Overton, and are to be sold at his Shop, in Popes-head Alley,

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The nevv made gentlevvoman or, The dishonest lady. : To a new tune, or, The flatteries of fate.
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Year: 1675 Publisher: London : Printed for F. Coles, T. Veres, J. Wright, and J. Clarke,

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the happy greeting of Iohn and Betty, or, Nothing better than true love : John declares that Betty is his dear, and few there be that can with her compare; for Nell and Prue, Jone and Mary, There's none of these can please him for to marry. But Betty is the girl that's civil and chast, and none but her alone he will imbrace. The tune is, Celia's my foe. By L.W.
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Year: 1674 Publisher: [London] : Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clarke,

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Strange and true news from Lincoln-shire, Huntinton-shire, Bedford-shire, Northampton-shire, Suffolk, and Norfolk : with Wiltshire, and Sommerset shire, and many other places. Being a true relation of the great and many floods and inundations that happened in England, in December, and January, and March 1674. The smothering of people in snow; the drowning of many cattel, the beating down of bridges and houses, the washing up of corn by the roots, and drowning of many people. To the great loss and grief of many hundreds in this nation. Also an account of many great waters, that happened in the reigns of Henry the 3d. Edward the 2d. Henry the 4th. Henry the 6th. Richard the 3d. Henry the 7th. Henry the 8th. Queen Mary, and the unmerciful vvaters that fell in King Jame's reign: as the book within doth more largely make mention.
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Year: 1674 Publisher: London : printed for John Clark, at the Bible and Harp, in West-Smith-field,

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A true relation, of the great flood that happened in many parts of England in December and Ianuary last : to the undoing of many the drownding of cattell and driving down of bridges and houses the drownding of people and washing up corn by the roots which was the means of rising the prices of corn in and about the City of London; with a warning for all people to amend thair lives lest a worse thing befall us. The tune is, aim not to high.
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Year: 1674 Publisher: London : printed for I. Clark, at the Bible and Harp, in West-Smithfield,

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True, strange and wonderful news from the city of London : being a true and perfect relation of the tryal and condemnation of a soldier which was to dye for killing another that went civilly to help him to his quarters : also an account of a young man that is condemn'd for ravishing a maiden-child under ten years of age : Likewise how a woman was pull'd out of bed by the Divel, in Southwark Prison, and throw'd against the ground, which made her confess the murdering of her child, which before had been clear'd for it : Also a relation of a cruel murder committed by a man upon a young lad his servant, near Debtford in Kent, within three miles of London, upon Munday the first day of July 1678 : Likewise a wonder of a child that was born in Bull and Mouth street near Aldersgate, London, that spoke at five days old which has caus'd great admiration round the city : with an account of three more that is condemn'd to dye for robbery.
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Year: 1678 Publisher: London : Printed for L.W. in VVhite-Cross-street,

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