The Lamentation or Complaint of a Sinner, made by the most vertu-
ous and right grations Ladie, Queen Catherine, bewailing the
ignorance of her blind life, led in superstition; verie profitable to
the amendment of our lives. 4to, containing forty-seven pages 286
The Lord Bishop of Rochester's Letter to the Right Honourable the
Lords Commissioners of his Majesty's Ecclesiastical Court. Contain-
ing one folio page
The Instrument by which Queen Jane was proclaimed Queen of Eng-
land, &c. setting forth the reasons of her claim, and her right to
the crown, [from the first edition, in three folio sheets.).
The Copie of a Pistell or Letter sent to Gilbard Potter, in the tyme
when he was in prison, for speakinge on our most true Quenes part,
the Lady Mary, before he had his eares cut off, the xiii. of Julye.
Si Deus nobiscum, quis contra nos. Anno. M.D.L.III. the firste
The Commvnication betwene my Lord Chauncelor and Iudge Hales,
being among other Iudges to take his oath in Westminster-hall,
Anno, 1553, the 6th of October. Printed in 8vo, containing five
The Vocacyon of Iohan Bale to the Bishoprick of Ossorie, in Irelande,
his persecutions in the same, and finall"delyueraunce, Imprinted in
Rome, before the Castell of S. Angell, at the sign of S. Petre, in
Decembre, Anno. D. 1553. In 12mo, black letter, containing
ninety eight pages
An Epistle of the Ladye lane, a righte vertuvus woman, to a learned
man of late falne from the truth of Gods inost holy word, for fear
of the worlde.
Read it, to thy Consolacion.
Whereunto is added, the communication that she had with Master
Feckenham, vpon her faith, and belefe of the sacraments. Also,
another Epistle whiche she wrote to her Sister; with the words she
spake vpon the scaffold before she suffered. Printed Anno M.D.LIV.
12mo, containing thirty-one pages
A Declaration of the Quenes Maiestie, Elizabeth, by the Grace of
God, Quene of England, Fraunce, and Irelande, Defender of the
Fayth &c. Conteyning the causes which haue constrayned her to
arme certeine of her subiectes, for defence both of her owne estate,
and of the moste Christian Kynge Charles the nynth, her goodi
brother, and his subiectes. September 1562. Imprinted at London,
in Powles Churchyarde, hy Rycharde Iugge and Iohn Cawood,
Printers to the Quenes Maiestie. Cum Priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis.
In 4to, containing thirteen pages, black letter
A letter from Sir Henry Sidney to his son, Sir Philip Sidney, consisting
of Rules in his conduct of life, MS.
The Copie -of a Letter, written by one in London to his frend,
concernyng the credit of the late published detection of the doynges
of the Ladie Marie of Scotland. Without date, black letter, 12mo,
containing fourteen pages, and, by some, thought to have been
written by the learned Buchanan
An Epitaph, or, rather, a short Discourse made vpon the Life and
Death of D. Bonner, sometime vnworthy Bishop of London, whiche
-dyed the 5th of September, in the Marshalsie, 1569, 12mo,
containing fourteen pages
A Copie of a Letter lately sent by a Gentleman, Student in the Lawes
of the Realme, to a frende of his, concernyng D. Storie. Black letter,
8vo. containing twenty-two pages
The Case of the Bishop of Ross, Resident of the Queen of Scots;
who was seized and committed to the Tower by Queen Elisabeth,
for traiterous practises and endeavouring to raise a Rebellion against
her; folio, containing four pages