William Stansby in the STC

Below is a hand-list of works attributed to William Stansby, from his freedom in 1597 and accession to the mastership of the shop at Cross Keys in 1611 through 1620. Each volume is identified by its STC number as listed in A Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, & Ireland, and of English Books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640, 2nd Edition.


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1610. Abbot, Robert. The old waye. A sermon preached at Oxford. 4o. [W. Stansby] for E. Edgar and A. Garbrand. Ent. to Garbrand 11 October 1610.
54
1611. Abbot, Robert. The true ancient Roman catholike. The first part. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for A. Garbrand. Assigned by Garbrand to T. Adams 9 October 1616.
312.5
1614 [t-p reads 1615]. Alessio, Piemontese. A verye excellent and profitable booke conteining...the fourth and finall booke of secrets. Translated out of Italian by R. Androse. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for R. Meighen and T. Jones. Ent. to E. Weaver 6 May 1605, with consent of T. Wright; to J. Flasket 2 March 1607.
345
1616. Alexander, William, Earl of Stirling. The monarchick tragedies. The third edition. 8o. W. Stansby.
635
1619. Angelos, Christopher. (An encomium of Great Britaine, and Cambridge and Oxford. Gr. and Eng. 4o Cambridge, C. Legge [i.e. London, W. Stansby].
636
1619. Angelos, Christopher. (Enchiridion de institutis Graecorum). Gr. and Lat. 4o. ex off. C. Legge, acad. Cantab. typog. [i.e., London, W. Stansby].
641
1620 [?]. Angelos, Christopher. Christopher Angell, a Grecian who tasted of many stripes inflicted by the Turkes. Oxford, J. Lichfield and J. Short, 1618 [i.e. London, W. Stansby?].
736
1613. Aretius, Jacobus. Primula veris seu panegyrica; ad excellentiss. principem Palatinum. 4o. typis G. Stansby, imp. J. Budge.
745
1611. Ariosto, Ludovico. Ariostos seven planets governing Italie, or his satyrs. Newly corrected and augmented, together with a new addition of three elegies, by Ariosto. 4o. W. Stansby for R. Jackson.
877
1610. The assize of bread. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Budge. Assigned to Stansby 11 September 1611.
878
1615. The asize of bread. 4o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Budge.
932.5
1612. Augustine, St. The glasse of vaine-glorie: faithfully translated (out of S. Augustine his booke, intituled, Speculum peccatoris) by W. P[rid] doctor of the lawes. 16o in 8's. W. Stansby for E. Wright. Assigned to Stansby 11 September 1611.
960
1613. Aurelius, Abraham. In nuptias illustrissimi principis Frederici V. comitis Palatini ad Rhenum, et Elizabethae, regis filiae, epithalamium. 4o. ap. G. Stansby.
1355
1615. A merrie dialogue, betweene Band, Cuffe, and Ruffe. 4o. W. Stansby for M. Partrich. Ent. 10 February 1615.
1356
1615. Exchange ware at the second hand, viz. Band, Ruffe, and Cuffe, lately out. The second edition. 4o. W. Stansby for M. Partrich.
1438
1618. Barlow, John. Hierons last fare-well. A sermon. (A christians last day, is his best day. A sermon.) 4o. W. Stansby for W. Butler.
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1616. Beard, Thomas. A retractive from the romish religion. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby. Ent. 22 April 1616.
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1616. Beard, Thomas. A retractive from the romish religion. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby, sold by H. Fetherstone.
1845
1611. Bellarmino, Roberto. The tocsin, or watch-bell. Against the booke of the popes temporall power, by cardinall Bellarmine. Done into English by I.R. 4o. [W. Stansby] for E. White the younger. Ent. to Stansby 1 April 1611.
3143
1617. Blundeville, Thomas. The art of logike. Plainely taught in the English tongue. 4o. W. Stansby, sold by M. Lownes. Assigned to Stansby 11 September 1611.
3144
1619. Blundeville, Thomas. The art of logike. Plainely taught in the English tongue. 4o. W. Stansby, sold by M. Lownes.
3149
1613. Blundeville, Thomas. M. Blundeuile his Exercises, containing sixe treatises. The fourth edition. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby. Assigned 11 September 1611.
3205
1620. Bohemia. Bohemica jura defensa. The Bohemian lawes or rights defended, against the informer: or an answer to an Information, secretly printed against the writings published by the states of Bohemia. Translated out of Latin by J. H[arrison?] (The insruments of the pactions or conditions concerning a perpetuall succession in Hungary and Bohemia). 4o. [W. Jones and W. Stansby?] (note)
3210
1620. Bohemia. A most true relation of the late proceedings in Bohemia, Germany, and Hungaria. Dated the 1. the 10. and the 13. of July, 1620. Translated out of high Dutch. 4o. Dort. [i.e. London, W. Jones? or W. Stansby?].(note)
3214
1620. Bohemia. The true copies of sundrie letters concerning the affaires of Bohemia, as they have been writen in high Dutch, Latine, and French. Newly translated. 4o. [W. Jones? or W. Stansby?].(note)
3215
1620. Bohemia. Two letters or embassies. The one sent by the states of Bohemia, to the elector of Saxony: the other from the popes holines (Paulus quintus) to the emperour. 4o. Amsterdam [i.e. London? W. Jones? or W. Stansby?](note)
3435
1615. Bowle, John. A sermon preached at Flitton in the countie of Bedford, at the funerall of Henrie earle of Kent. By I.B.D.D. 4o. W. Stansby for R. Woodroffe. Ent. 4 July 1615.
3568
1611. Brathwait, Richard. The golden fleece. Whereto bee annexed two elegies, Narcissus change, and AEsons dotage. 8o. W. S[tansby] for C. Pursett. Ent. 9 August 1611.
3612
1614. Brerewood, Edward. De ponderibus, et pretiis veterum nummorum, liber unus. [Ed.] (R. Brerewood). 4o. [W. Stansby] ap. J. Billium. Ent. 22 January 1614.
3613
1614. Brerewood, Edward. Elementa logicae, in gratiam studiosae juventutis in academia Oxoniensi. [Ed.] (Guil. Bakeris). 12o. [W. Stansby] ap. J. Billium. Ent. 8 April 1613.
3614
1615. Brerewood, Edward. Elementa logicae, in gratiam studiosae juventutis in academia Oxoniensi. [Ed.] (Guil. Bakerus). 12o. [W. Stansby] ap. J. Billium.
3614.5
1615. Brerewood, Edward. Elementa logicae, in gratiam studiosae juventutis in academia Oxoniensi. [Ed.] (Guil. Bakeris). 12o. [W. Stansby] ap. J. Billium.
3615.5
1619. Brerewood, Edward. Elementa logicae, in gratiam studiosae juventutis in academia Oxoniesi. [Ed.] (Guil. Bakeris). 12o. [W. Stansby] ap. J. Billium.
3689
1620. Breton, Nicholas. A poste with a packet of madde letters. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke and J. Marriot.
3749
1613. Bright, Timothy. A treatise of melancholie. Containing the causes thereof. Newly corrected and amended. 8o. W. Stansby. Windet's part assigned 11 September 1611. (note)
3777
1611. Brinsley, John, the elder. The true watch, and the rule of liee. The fifth edition, reviewed, and much inlarged. 8o. W. Stansby for S. Macham.
4099
1616. Bunny, Francis. An exposition of the 28. verse of the third chapter of the epistle to the Romans. Wherein is proved the doctrine of justification by faith. 4o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 18 July 1616.
4164
1620. Burton, Samuel. A sermon preached at the generall assises an Warwicke. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 10 October 1620.
4180.5
1615. Bury, John. The schole of godly feare. A sermon preached at the assises in Exeter. 4o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 12 September 1615.
4496
1615. Camden, William. Annales rerum Anglicarum, et Hibernicarum, regnante Elizabetha, ad annum M.D.LXXXIX. 2o. typis G. Stansbij, imp. S. Waterstoni. Ent. 21 March 1615.
4545
1613. Campion, Thomas. A relation of the late royall entertainment given by the lord Knowles. Whereunto is annexed the description, speeches, and songs of the lords maske. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge.
4566
1613. Caninius, Angelus. Angeli Caninii Anglarensis , copiosissimi Graecarum Latinarumque vocum indicis accessione per C. Hauboesium locupletatus. 8o. [W. Stansby] ex off. Nortoniana, ap. J. Billium.
4637
1610. Carleton, George. Jurisdiction regall, episcopall, papal. Wherein is declared how the pope hath intruded upon the jurisdiction of temporall princes, and of the church. 4o. [W. Stansby] imp. J. Norton. Ent. to Norton and J. Bill 24 January 1610.
4705
1611. Cartwright, John. The preachers travels. Wherein is set downe a true journall to the East Indies. With the authors return by the way of persia. Also a true relation of sir A. Sherleys entertainment there. 4o. [W. Stansby] for T. Thorppe, sold by W. Burre. Ent. to Burre 26 August 1611.
4792
1615. Catascopos. A surveigh and critique censure of the christian world. 8o. from the presse of W. Stansby, sold by J. Smethwicke.
4915
1612. Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. The history of the valorous and wittie knight-errant, Don-Quixote. [Pt. 1.] 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for E. Blount and W. Barret. Ent. 19 January 1611.
4916
1620 [?]. Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. The history of Don- Quichote. The first parte. 4o in 8's. [W. Stansby] for E. Blounte.
4923
1612. Ch., R. [Church, Rooke]. An olde thrift newly revived. Wherein is declared the manner of planting, preserving, and husbanding yong trees. Also the use of a small instrument for measuring of board. Discoursed in dialogue betweene a surveyour, [etc.] 4o. W. S[tansby] for R. Moore. Ent. 19 May 1612.
4930
1614. Chadwich, John. A sermon preached at Snarford at the funerals of sir George Sanct-Paule. Together with a briefe relation of his life and death. 4o. W. Stansby for W. Barret.
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1614. Chadwich, John. A sermon preached at Snarford at the funerals of sir George Sanct-Paule. Together with a briefe relation of his life and death. (Carmina funebria in obitum G. de SanctoPaulo. Londini, 1614.) 4o. W. Stansby for W. Barret.
4980
1611. Chapman, George. May-day. A witty comedie, divers times acted. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Browne.
4994
1612: Chapman, George. The widdowes teares a comedie. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Browne. Ent. 17 April 1612.
5045
1615. Charles Emmanel I, Duke of Savoy. A relation of the now present warres, betweene Charles Emanuel, D. of Savoy, and the cardinal of Mantua. The emporers decree, and the duke of savoy his letter to the emperor. Translated out of Latin copie. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 19 July 1615.
5107
1613. Cheeke, William. Anagrammata, et chron-anagrammata regia, nunc primum in hc form in lucem emissa. 8o. Gul. Stansby.
5118
1610. Chesters triumph in honor of her prince. As it was performed upon S. Georges day 1610. [Verses by] (Ri. Davies). 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. B[rowne 1]. Ent. to J. Browne 12 June 1610.
5583
1620. Colson, William. The first part of the French grammar. Contayning the pronounciation and orthographie of the French tongue according to the new manner of writing, by a reformed alphabet. 8o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Parker. (note)
5585
1617. Colt, Nicholas. The seale of the churches safetie; or a sermon preached at Norwich. 8o. W. Stansby.
5614
1617. Comyns, John. The thankefull Samaritane. In a sermon at S. Peters in Exeter, the sixth of August, 1617. 4o. W. Stansby.
5742
1612. Copley, John. Doctrinall and morall observations concerning religion: wherein the author declareth the reasons of his late un-enforced departure from the church of Rome. 4o. W. S[tansby] for R. Moore. Ent. 19 May 1612.
5768
1610. Corkine, William. Ayres, to sing and play to the lute and basse violl. With pavins, galliards,...for the lyra violl. 2o. W. Stansby for J. Browne.
5805
1615. Cortes, Martin. The arte of nauigation, conteyning a compendius description of the sphere, [etc.] 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for J. Tapp.
5807
1611. Coryate, Thomas. Coryats crambe, or his colwort twise sodden, and now served as the second course to his Crudities. 4o. W. Stansby. Ent. 7 June 1611.
5808
1611. Coryat, Thomas. Coryats crudities. Hastily gobled up in five moneths travels in France, savoy, [etc.] 4o in 8's. W. S[tansby for author]. Ent. to E. Blount and W. Barret 26 November 1610.(note)
5919
1613. Cowper, William. Good newes from Canaan. Full of heavenly comfort. 8o. W. Stansby for J. Budge. Ent. 19 May 1613.
5934
1613. Cowper, William. Seven dayes conference, betweene a catholicke christian, and a catholicke Romane. Concerning some controversies of religion. 8o. W. S[tansby] for J. Budge.
6069
1615. Crooke, Samuel. Three sermons, viz. The waking sleeper, the ministeriall husbandrie, the discoverie of the heart. 8o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 21 February 1615.
6375
1611. Davison, Francis, A poetical rhapsody containing, diverse sonnets, odes, [etc.] Newly corrected and augmented. 12o. W. Stansby for R. Jackson.
6480.5
1620 [ca.]. The belman of London: bringing to light the most notorious villanies now practiced in the kingdome. 4o. [William Stansby] for N. Butter, 1608.
6488
1616. Dekker, Thomas. Villanies discovered by lanthorne and candle-light. With canting songs never before printed. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Busby.
6585
1611. Denison, John. The christian petitioner. Shewing how we must sue for reward and remission. A sermon preached at Oxford. 4o. W. Stansby. Ent. 3 September 1611.
6591
1611. Denison, John. The sinne against the holy ghost plainly described. In a sermon preached at Paules crosse. 4o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Budge. Ent. to Budge 20 September 1611.
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1609. Desiderius. The soules desire, and the hope of heaven. 8o W. S[tansby] for J. Wright.
6845
1615. Digges, Sir Dudley. The defence of trade. In a letter to sir Thomas Smith knight, governour of the East-India companie, &c. From one of that societie. 4o. W. Stansby for John Barnes. Ent. 21 March 1615.(note)
6906
1611. A discourse against flatterie.... 12o. W. Stansby for W. Burre. Ent. 7 June 1611.
6945.2
1610. Dod, John. Ten sermons tending chiefely to the fitting of men for the Lords supper. Newly printed and enlarged. 4o in 8's. [W. Stansby and G. Eld] for R. Jackson.(note)
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1611. Dod, John. Ten sermons tending chiefely to the fitting of men for the Lords supper. Newly printed and enlarged. 4o in 8's. [W. Stansby] for R. Jackson.
6965
1610. Dod, John, and Cleaver, Robert. A plaine and familiar exposition: of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth chapters of Proverbs. 4o. [W. Stansby and T. Creede] for R. Jackson. Ent. 1 June 1610. (note)
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1611. Dod, John. A plaine and familiar exposition: of the eighteenth, nineeenth, and twentieth chapters of proverbs. 4o. [W. Stansby and T. Creede] for R. Jackson.
7022
1611. Donne, John. An anatomy of the world. Wherein, by occasion of the untimely death of mistris Elizabeth Drury the frailty and the decay of this whole world is represented. 8o. [W. Stansby] for S. Macham.
7048
1610. Donne, John. Pseudo-martyr. Wherein out of certaine propositions this conclusion is evicted. That those of the Romane religion ought to take the oath of allegeance. 4o. W. Stansby for W. Burre. Ent. 2 December 1609.
7080
1613. Dove, John. The conversion of Salomon. A direction to holinesse of life; by way of commentarie upon the booke of Canticles. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwick. Ent. 4 May 1613.
7148
1620 [?]. Downame, John. The summe of sacred divintie briefly propounded: more largely explained. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for W. Barret.
7178
1613 [?]. Draxe, Thomas. Calliepeia; or a rich store-house of proper, choise, and elegant Latine words and phrases, collected for the most part out of Tullies works. The second impression reformed, refined, and very much enlarged. 8o. [W. Stansby] for B. Norton and J. Bill. Ent. to Bill 23 March 1613.
7220
1610. Drayton, Michael. Poems: by Michaell Draiton esquire. 8o. [W. Stansby] for J. Smethwicke.
7221
1613. Drayton, Michael. Poems: by Michaell Draiton esquire. 8o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
7221.5
1616 [?]. Drayton, Michael. Poems: by Michaell Draiton esquire. 8o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
7222
1619. Drayton, Michael. Poems: by Michaell Draiton esquire. 2o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
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1619. Drayton, Michael. Poems: by Michaell Draiton, esquire. 2o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
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1619. Drayton, Michael. Poems: by Michaell Draiton, esquire. 2o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
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1619. Drayton, Michael. Poems: by Michaell Draiton, esquire. 2o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke, 1620.
7244
1616. Jacke Drums entertainment: or the comedie of Pasquill and Katherine. Newly corrected. 4o. W. Stansby for P. Knight. Assigned 6 November 1615.
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1618. Jacke Drums entertainment: or the comedie of Pasquill and Katherine. Newly corrected. 4o. [W. Stansby] for N. Fosbrooke.
7322
1610. Du Moulin, Pierre. A defence of the catholicke faith...Against the answere of N. Coeffeteau. Written in French. Translated according to first coppie, by himslefe reviewed and corrected. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter and M. Clerke. Ent. to M. Clarke 7 June 1610.
7333
1610. Du Moulin, Pierre. Oppositions of the word of God, together with the doctrine of the Romane church. 4o. W. Stansby for R. Moore. Ent. 8 May 1610.
7396
1617. Dyke, Daniel, the elder. Certaine comfortable sermons upon the 124. psalme: our deliverance from the late gunpowder- treason. 4o. partly in 8's. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone.
7410
1618. Dyke, Daniel. Two treatises. The one, a most fruitfull exposition upon Philomen: the other, the schoole of affliction. Published by J. D[yke]. 4o in 8's. G. P[urslowe and W. Stansby] for R. Mylbourne. Ent. 29 October 1617 and 9 July 1618. (note)
7472
1616. Eburne, Richard. The royal lawe: or, the rule or equitie prescribed by our saviour. 4o. [W. Stansby] for T. Adams. Ent. 22 February 1616.
7610
1618. Elton, Edward. The complaint of a sanctified sinner answered: or an explanation of [Rom. vii] in divers sermons. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for R. Mylbourne. Ent. 19 Mar 1618.
8470.5
1611. By the King. To all noblemen, gentlemen, [etc.] 2o. [W. Stansby].
8470.7
1611. By the King. To all noblemen, gentlemen, [etc.] 2o. [W. Stansby].
8581
1618. England, Proclamations, 2. Chronological Series, James I. By the right honorable the lords, commissioners for the office of earle marshall of England. 2o. [W. Stansby].
9175q
1620 [ca.]. England, Public Documents, Miscellaneous, Recognizances for Alehouse Keepers, Kent. Know all men by these presents, That wee Thomas Walsingham,....Iusices of the Peace...within Kent, aue admitted [ ] [etc.] 2o. [W. Stansby]
9226
1611. England, Public Documents, Miscellaneous, 2. Chronological Series. A true transcript and publication of his majesties letters pattent. For an office called the publicke register for generall commerce. Whereunto is annexed an explanation of the said office, by sir A. Gorges. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge. Ent. 16 April 1611.
9227
1612. England--Public Documents, Miscellaneous, 2. Chronlogical Series. A true transcript and publication of his majesties leters pattent. The second edition enlarged. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge.
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1612. England--Public Documents, Miscellaneous, 2. Chronological Series. A true transcript and publication of his majesties leters pattent. The second edition enlarged, and published by authoritie. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge.
9237
1615. England, Public Documents, Miscellaneous, 2 Chronological Series. Remonstrances made by the kings majesties ambassadour, unto the french king. Concerning the marriages with Spaine; [etc.] With the french kings letter to the prince of Conde, dated 26. July 1615. and the prince his answere. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 3 August 1615.
10176.5
1617. Church of England, Visitation Articles, Local, Chester, Thomas Morton. 4o. [W. Stansby].
10190.5
1613. Church of England, Visitation Articles, Local, Cornwall, Archdeaconry. 4o. W. Stansby.
10204.7
1619. Church of England, Visitation Articles, Local, Exeter, John Woolton. 4o. W. Stansby.
10207.3
1612. Church of England, Visitation Articles, Local, Exeter, Archdeaconry. 4o. W. Stansby.
10221
1611. Church of England, Visitation Articles, Local, Leicester, Archdeaconry. 4o. [W. Stansby] for E. E[dgar] and A. G[arbrand].
10222
1613. Church of England, Visitation Articles, Local, Leicester. Certaine advertisements and articles. 4o. [W. Stansby] for A. Garbrand.
10258
1612. London, Injunctions, [John King]. 4o. [W. Stansby] for A. Garbrand.
10561
1609. Eudes, Morton. Catholique traditions. Or a treatise of the beliefe of the christians of Asia, Europa, and Africa, with the principall controversies of our time. Written in french by Th. A.I.C. Translated by by L. O[wen]. 4o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. as translated by L. Owen to J. Morrant 2 May; assigned to Fetherstone 7 August 1609.
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1610. Eudes, Morton. Catholique traditions. Or a treatise of the beliefe of the christians of Asia, Europa, and Africa, with the principall controversies of our time. Written in french by Th. A.I.C. Translated by Lewis Owen. 4o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone.
10639
1616. F, I/J. The couenant betweene God and man, plainly declared. Divided into foure parts. 8o. W. Stansby for R. Meighen. Ent. 3 June 1616. (note)
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1616. F, I/J. The couenant betweene God and man, plainly declared. Divided into foure parts. 8o. W. Stansby for R. Meighen and T. Jones.
10810
1620. Ferdinand II, Emperor. An answere to the question: whether the emperour that now is, can bee judge in the Bohemian controversie or no? With the extract taken out of the acts of the dyet at Auspurghe, 1584: concerning Bohemia. 4o. [W. Jones? or W. Stansby?]. (note)
10814
1620 [?]. Ferdinand II, Emperor. A plaine demonstration of the unlawful succession of Ferdinand the second, because of the incestuous marriage of his parents. Translated out of Latine printed copie. 4o. at the Hague [i.e. London, W. Stansby for N. Butter]. (note)
10940
1620. Fitz-Geffrey, Charles. Deaths sermon unto the living. Delivered at the funerals of the ladie Philippe, late wife unto Sr. A. Rous. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Parker.
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1620. Fitz-Geffrey, Charles. Deaths sermon unto the living. Delivered at the funerals of the ladie Philippe, late wife unto Sr. A. Rous. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Mungwell, [Exeter].
11099
1611. Florio, John. Queen Anna's new world of words, or dictionarie newly much augmented. Whereunto are added rules for the Italian tongue. 2o. M. Bradwood (and W. Stansby) for E. Blount and W. Barret.
11103
1619. Florus, Lucius Annaeus. The Romans histories of Lucius Julius Florus. 12o. W. Stansby. Ent. as trans. by E. M. Bolton 19 October 1619.
11123
1610. Folkingham, William. Feudigraphia. The synopsis or epitome of surveying methodized. Anatomizing the materiall, mathematicall, mechanicall and legal parts. [Also] for all under- takers in the plantation of Ireland or Virginia [etc.] 4o. [W. Stansby] for R. Moore. Ent. 8 May 1610.
11162
1620. Ford, John. A line of life. Pointing at the immortalitie of a vertuous name. 12o. W. S[tansby] for N. B[utter]. Ent. 10 October 1620.
11207
1612. Fougasses, Thomas de. The generall historie of the magnificent state of Venice. Englished by W. Shute. 2o. G. Eld and W. Stansby. Ent. 4 May and 12 August 1611. (note)
11254
1616. Fradelius, Petrus. Prosphonesis ad serenissimum...regem Jacobum I. 2o. Londini, [W. Stansby].
11258
1617. The association of the princes of France, with the declarations of their allegeance to the king. Also a discourse by M. du Vaiz (A remonstrance of the princes). 4o. [W. Stansby] for W. Barret. Ent. 29 March 1617.
11308
1613. Franchis, Giovanni Maria de. De auspicatissimis nuptiis. Illustrissimi principis D. Friderici, electoris. Cum D. Elizabetha. Poma. 4o. [W. Stansby].
11349
1620. Frederick I, King of Bohemia. Articles of the league, made betweene Fredericke, king of Bohemia. And Gabriel, prince of Hungaria. 4o. [W. Jones? or W. Stansby?] (note)
11350
1620. Frederick I, King of Bohemia. The declaration and information against the unjust mandates of the emperour. 4o. [W. Jones? or W. Stansby?] (note)
11351
1620. Frederick I, King of Bohemia. A declaration of the causes, for the which, wee Frederick, have accepted of the crowne of Bohemia. 4o. Middleburg, A Schilders [W. Jones? or W. Stansby?] (note)
11351.3
1620. Frederick I, King of Bohemia. A declaration of the causes, for the which, wee Frederick, have accepted of the crowne of Bohemia. 4o. Middleburg, A. Schilders [i.e. London, W. Jones? or W. Stansby?] (note)
11356
1620. Frederick I, King of Bohemia. The late good successe and victory, of the king of Bohemia's forces, against Bucquoy, and Dampiere. With many other things. [Also] the articles of agreement, betweene the king and Bethlem Gaber. 4o. Middleburg, A. Schilders [i.e. London, W. Jones? or W. Stansby?] (note)
11366.5
1609. Freeman, John. The apologie for the conformable minsters of England, for their subscription to the present church governement. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 9 August 1609.
11599
1615. Garey, Samuel. A newe yeares gift for the suole, or a meditation of Christs incarnation. Preached at Norwich. 4o. W. Ssansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 9 May 1615.
11700
1620. Gee, Edward. Two sermons. One, the curse and crime of Meroz. The other, of patience. By E. Gee. Published since his death, by J. Gee and G. Gee. 4o. W. S[tansby] for N. Butter. Ent. 9 June 1620.
11795
1610. [Germany]. A publike declaration. Made by the united protestant princes elector and other princes, of the holie empire, shewing [why they] aide the electors of Brandenburgh and palsgrave. Translated out of Duch cope, printed at Amsterdam. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge. Ent. 25 June 1610.
11856
1612. Gifford, George. Fifteene sermons, vpon the Song of Salomon. 8o. W. S[tansby] for G. Norton.
11941
1616. Godwin, Francis. De praesulibus Angliae commentarius:...(De archiepiscopis Eboracensibus.) 4o in 8's. [W. Stansby and Eliot's Court Press] ex off. Nortoniana, ap. J. Billium. Ent. 22 March 1616. (note)
12068
1614. Gordon, John. Neptunus Britannicus Corydonis. De luctuoso serenissimi Henrici principis, obitu. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge.
12229
1611. Greene, Robert. Ciceronis amor. Tullies loue. Wherein is discoursed the prime of Ciceroes youth. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
12230
1616. Greene, Robert. Ciceronis amor. Tullies loue. Wherein is discoursed the prime of Ciceroes youth. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
12255.5
1611. Greene, Robert. Greenes neuer too late. Or, a powder of experience. (Francescos fortunes: or the second part.) 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Smethwicke. Assigned from Ling 19 November 1607.
12256
1616. Greene, Robert. Greenes neuer too late. Or, a powder of experience. (Francescos fortunes: or the second part.) 4o. W. Stansby for J. Smithwicke.
12274
1610. Greene, Robert. Greenes arcadia. Or Menaphon: Camillaes alarum [etc.] 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Smethwicke. Assigned from Ling 19 November 1607.
12275
1616. Greene, Robert. Greens Arcadia. Or Menaphon: Camillaes alarum. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
12288.5
1609. Greene, Robert. Pandosto. The triumph of time. 4o. W. Stansby for G. Potter.
12358
1615. Grenfield, Nathaniel. The great day, or, a sermon [of] the day of judgement. 8o. W. Stansby for Josias Harrison. Ent. 26 August 1615.
12518
1620. Gunter, Edmund. A canon of triangles: or a table of artificiall sines, and secants, drawne from the logarithmes of the lord of Merchistone. 8o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Tappe.
12526
1615. Gunter, Peter. A sermon preached in the countie of Suffolke, for the confutation of certaine hereticall positions, maintayned, touching justification, by a preacher of Wickam Market. 4o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 26 February 1615.
12567
1610. H, I/J. [J. Hetherington]. A description of the church of Christ. With some oppositions against certaine anabaptisticall opinions. Maintained by John Smith. 4o. [W. Stansby] for N. Fosbrooke.
12618
1612. Hakewill, George. Scutum regium. id est, adversus omnes regicidas et regicidarum patronos, ad initio mundi usque as annum 610. consensus orthodoxus. 8o. W. Stansby pro J. Budge. Ent. 19 September 1611.
12649
1610. Hall, Joseph. A common apologie of the church of England: against the unjust challenges of the Brownists. Occasioned, by a late pamphlet...an Answer to a censorious epistle. 4o. [W. Stansby] for S. Macham. Ent. to Macham and E. Edgar 16 January 1610.
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1610. Hall, Joseph. A common apologie of the church of England: against the unjust challenges of the Brownists. Occasioned, by a late pamphlet...an Answer to a censorious epistle. 4o. [W. Stansby] for E. Edgar.
12663.4
1611. Hall, Joseph. Epistles. The third and last volume. Containing two decades. 2 parts. 8o. [Part 1: W. Stansby] for E. Edgar and A. Garbrand. [Part 2: W. Jaggard]. Ent. to Edgar and S. Macham 4 October 1610.
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1611. Hall, Joseph. Epistles. The third and last volume. Containing two decades. 2 parts. 8o. [Part 1: W. Stansby] for S. Macham. [Part 2: W. Jaggard].
12674
1620. Hall, Joseph. The honor of the married clergie, maintayned againt the malicious challenges of C. E. masse-priest. In three books. 8o. W. S[tansby] for H. Fether[stone]. Ent. to Feherstone and N. Butter 8 November 1619.
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1620. Hall, Joseph. The honor of the married clergie, maintayned againt the malicious challenges of C. E. masse-priest. In three books. 8o. W. S[tansby] for N. Butter.
12694
1609. Hall, Joseph. The passion-sermon, preached at Pauls- Crosse, on Good-friday. 8o. W. S[tansby] for E. Edgar.
12694a
1609. Hall, Joseph. The passion-sermon, preached at Pauls- Crosse, on Good-friday. 8o. W. S[tansby] for S. Macham.
12707
1617. Hall, Joseph. A recollection of such treatise as have bene heretofore severally published, and are nowe revised, corrected, augmented. With addition of some others not hereto extant. 2o. (E. Griffin, W. Stansby) for H. Fetherstone, [N. Butter and W. Butler]. (note)
13005a.5
1610. Hayward, Sir John. The sanctuarie of a troubled soule. The first (second) part. Nelwy corrected and enlarged. The eight impression. 12o. [W. Stansby] for E. Edgar and A. Garbrand. Burby's rights assigned from W. Welby to Garbrand 15 June 1610. (note)
13142
1611. Henry IV, King of France. Three precious teares of blood, flowing from the wounded harts of three great French ladies. In memory, of Henry the great. Now shed agiane in English. French and English. 4o in 2's. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge.
13161
1610. Henry, the Minstrel. The order and solemnitie of the creation of prince Henrie, prince of Wales. Whereunto is annexed the royall maske. (Tethys festival. By S. Daniel.) 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge.
13377.5
1620 [?]. Hieron, Samuel. The workes... 1/2 sheet 2o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Parker. (note)
13384.3
1619, 1620. Hieron, Samuel. The sermons... 2o. Vol. 2. W. Stansby. [see note 13377.5.]
13474
1613. Hill, Robert. Christs prayer expounded, a christian directed, and a communicant prepared. To which is added, a preface of prayer, [etc.] 8o. W. S[tansby] for E. Blount and W. Barret.
13475
1616. Hill, Robert. Christs prayer expounded, a christian directed, and a communicant prepared. The sixth edition. 8o. W. S[tansby] for W. Barret, 1615.
13540
1615. Hoby, Sir Edward. A curry-combe for a coxe-combe. Or purgatories knell....Digested in forme of a dialogue. By Nick- groome of the Hobie-stable. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 2 November 1614.
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1615. Hoby, Sir Edward. A curry-combe for a coxe-combe. Or purgatories knell. Digested in forme of a dialogue. By Nick- groome of the Hobie-stable. (Appendix de jesuitica batrachologia- -per A. Tonstalum.) 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter.
13617
1618. Holyday, Barten. : or the marriage of the arts. A comedie. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Parker. Ent. 20 April 1618.
13714
1611. Hooker, Richard. Of the lawes of ecclesiastical politie. 2o. W. Stansby, (sold by M. Lownes). Assigned to Stansby 11 September 1611.
13716
1616, 1617, 1618. Hooker, Richard. Of the lawes of ecclesiasticall politie. 2o. W. Stansby, sold by M. Lownes, 1617; [book 5:] W. Stansby, 1616; [part 2:] (Certayne divine tractates. [W. Stansby] for H. Fetherstone).
13841
1615. Hoskins, John. Sermons preached at Pauls Crosse and elsewhere. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 10 May 1615.
13933
1610. Hull, John. Saint Peters prophesie of these last daies. Discovering the iniquity of time. 4o. [W. Stansby and another?] for N. Fosbrooke. Ent. 21 January 1613. (note)
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1611. Hull, John. Saint Peters prophesie of these last daies. 4o. [W. Stansby] for N. Fosbrooke.
14049
1620. I., E., student in divinity. A new-yeares gift for English catholikes, or a briefe explication of the new oath of allegiance. 8o. [W. Stansby].
14308
1613. Jackson, Thomas. The eternall truth of scriptures,...Delivered in two bookes of comentaries upon the Apostles Creede. 8o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Budge. Ent. to Stansby 23 July 1612.
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1613. Jackson, Thomas. The eternall truth of scriptures,...Delivered in two bookes of comentaries upon the Apostles Creede. 8o. W. Stansby for E. Crossley.
14315
1614. Jackson, Thomas. The third booke of commentaries upon the Apostles Creede, contayning the blasphemous positions of Jesuites concerning the authoritie of their church. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby, sold by J. Budge.
14708.8
1619. Johnston, Arthur. Consilium collegii medici Parisiensis de mania G. Eglshemii. 8o. Parisiis [i.e. London, W. Stansby?]
14714.5
1622 [?]. Johnston, Arthur. Querelae Saravictonis & Biomeae. 8o. [W. Stansby,] 1620.
14736
1610. Jones, Robert. The muses gardin for delights [xylographic], or the fifth booke of ayres. 2o. [W. Stansby] by the assignes of W. Barley.
14739.2
1614. Jones, William, of Dorset. The mysterie of Christes nativitie. 4o. [W. Stansby] for R. Hawkins. Ent. 20 July 1614.
14751
1616. Jonson, Ben. The workes of Benjamin Jonson. 2o. Imprinted at London by Will Stansby. Masques ent. 20 January 1615.
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1616. Jonson, Ben. The workes of Benjamin Jonson. 2o. London printed by W: Stansby, and are to be sould by Rich: Meighen.
14759
1611. Jonson, Ben. Catiline his conspiracy. 4o. [W. Stansby?] for W. Burre.
14763
1620. Jonson, Ben. Epicoene, or the silent woman. 4o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Browne. Ent. to J. Browne and J. Busby 20 September 1610; assigned to J. Browne and ent. to W. Burre 28 September 1612.
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1620. Jonson, Ben. Epicoene, or the silent woman....The author B. Jonson. 4o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Browne.
14817
1613. Jourdan, Silvester. A plaine decription of the Barmudas, now called Sommer ilands. With an addition [etc.] 4o. W. Stansby for W. Welby.
15324
1612. Lawne, Christopher. The prophane schism of the Brownists. Discovered by C. Lawne, J. Fowler, [etc.] 4o. [W. Stansby for W. Burre]. Ent. to Burre 6 July 1612.
15434
1614. Leighton, Sir William. The teares or lamentations of a sorrowfull soule, composed with musicall ayres. 2o. W. Stansby.
15514.5
1611. L'Espine, Jean de. Three godly treatises. 1. To comfort the sicke. 2. Against the feare of death. 3. Of the resurrection. Translated by S. Veghelman. 8o. W. Stansby for R. Banckworth.
15641
1620. Linaker, Robert. [A comfortable treatise for such as are afflicted in conscience.] Revised the fourth time. 12o. W. Stansby for J. Parker. Assigned to W. Barret 8 March 1620.
15687
1608 [?]. Ling, Nicholas. Politeuphuia wits common wealth. [`Fourth edition' on A3r] 8o. W. S[tansby] for J. Smethwicke.
15687.3
1613 [? after 1612]. Ling, Nicholas. Politeuphuia wits common wealth. [`Fourth edition' on A3r] 8o. W. S[tansby] for J. Smethwicke.
15687.7
1615 [ca.]. Ling, Nicholas. Politeuphuia wits common wealth. [`Ninth edition' on A3r] 12o. W. S[tansby] for J. Smethwicke.
15688
1620 [?]. Ling, Nicholas. Politeuphuia wits common wealth. [`Tenth edition' on A3r] 12o. W. S[tansby] for J. Smethwicke.
16650.5
1611. L'Obel, Matthias de. Perfuming of tobacco, and the great abuse committed in it. Tranlated by I. N[asmith] G. 4o. W. Stansby.
16670
1612. Lodge, Thomas. Euphues golden legacie. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Smethwick.
16834
1617. Louis XIII, King of France. The French kings declaration against the dukes of Vendosme and Mayenne [etc.] 4o. [W. Stansby] for W. Barret. Ent. 18 February 1617.
17046
1620. Lydiat, Thomas. Solis et lunae periodus [etc.] 8o in 4's. typis G. S[tansby]. (note)
17418
1613. Marlowe, Christopher. Hero and Leander. 4o. W. Stansby for E. Blunt and W. Barret. Assigned to J. Pindley from Wolfe 27 April 1612.
17526
1615. Martyn, Willam. The historie, and lives, of twentie kings of England. With the successions of the dukes [etc.] 2o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 20 August 1614. (note)
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1615. Martyn, Willam. The historie, and lives, of twentie kings of England. (The successions of the dukes [etc.]) 2o. [W. Stansby] for J. Bill, W. Barret and H. Fetherstone.
17681
1620. Mavericke, Radford. The grieving of Gods spirit. Contayning the summe of a sermon. 4o. W. Stansby.
17682
1617. Mavericke, Radford. The practice of repentence. Or a sermon. 4o. W. Stansby.
17840
1611. Meriton, George. A sermon preached before the generall assembly at Glascoe. 4o. W. Stansby for H. Featherstone. Ent. 6 June 1611.
17870
1613. Middleton Richard. The carde and compasse of life. Directing all men to arrive at the harbour of heaven. 8o. W. S[tansby] for W. Burre. Ent. 15 May 1613.
17887
1619. Middleton, Thomas. The Inner-Temple masque. Or masque of heroes. 4o. [W. Stansby] for J. Browne. Ent. 10 July 1619.
17924
1612. Milles, Robert. Abrahams suite for Sodome. A sermon. 8o. W. Stansby for M. Lawe.
17942
1610. Milwarde, John. Jacobs great day of trouble, and deliverance. A sermon. 4o. [W. Stansby] for E. Edgar. Ent. 26 October 1609.
17944
1617. Minsheu, John. id est, ductor in linguas, the guide to tongues. In undecim linguis. (Vocabularium hispanicolatinum....A most copious Spanish dictionarie.) 2o. [W. Stansby and M. Bradwood] at the charges of J. Minsheu published and printed, sold at J. Brownes shop.
18014
1612. Monipennie, John. The abridgement or summarie of the Scots chronicles. (A short description of the western iles of Scotland.) 4o. 2 parts. [W. Stansby for] J. Budge; [part 2 for S. Stafford]. Ent. to Stafford 14 August 1612.
18019
1612. Monipennie, John. A christian almanacke. Needfull and true. Written by J. M[onipennie.] 8o. [W. Stansby] for J. Budge. Ent. 2 July 1611.
18180
1619. Morton, Thomas. A defence of the innocencie of the three ceremonies of the church of England. Second impression. 4o. [W. Stansby] for W. Barret.
18183
1610. Morton, Thomas. The encounter against M. Parsons, by a review of his last sober reckoning [etc.] 4o. [W. Stansby and Eliot's Court Press] for J. Bill. Ent. 27 April 1610.
18480
1615. Neville, Alexander. Norfolkes furies, or a view of Ketts campe: necessary for the malcontents, with a table of the maiors and sheriffes of this worshipfull city of Norwich. Translated by R. W[oods.] 4o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 4 August 1615.
18521
1614. Niccols, Richard. The furies. With vertues encomium. Or, the image of honour. In two bookes of epigrammes. 8o. W. Stansby.
18523
1615. Niccols, Richard. Monodia or walthams complaint, upon the death of the lady Honor Hay. 8o. W. S[tansby] for R. Meighen and T. Jones. Ent. to Stansby 7 November 1614.
18606
1619. Norden, John. An eye to heaven in earth. 12o. W. Stansby for R. Meighen. Ent. 20 March 1619.
18612
1614. Norden, John. A load-starre to spiritual life. 12o. W. Stansby.
18628
1615. Norden, John. A pensive soules delight. 12o. W. Stansby for J. Busby. Ent. 8 December 1614.
18640
1610. Norden, John. The surveyors dialogue. Divided into five bookes. Now newly imprinted. And a sixt booke added. 4o. W. S[tansby] for J. Busby. Ent. to T. Man, junior, and J. Busby, junior, 16 June 1609.
18753
1615. Nyndge, Edward. A true and fearful vexation of one Alexander Nyndge. Written by his owne brother E. Nyndge. 4o. [W. Stansby] for W. B[arret?] sold by E. Wright.
18782.5
1619. Odingsells, Charles. Prophecying, casting out devils, and miracles: briefly discoursed in two sermons. 8o. W. Stansby.
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1619. Odingsells, Charles. Two sermons, lately preached at Langar in Belvoir. 8o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Parker, 1620.
18993
1619. Owen, John. Epigrams of that most wittie and worthie epigrammatist Mr. J. Owen. Translated by J. Vicars. 8o. W. S[tansby] for J. Smethwicke. Ent. 17 September 1618.
19059
1616. P., C. Two briefe treatises. The one...concerning catechisme. The other, touching peace. 8o. W. Stansby for W. Butler. Ent. 26 September 1616.
19083a
1612. Pacius, Julius. Logicae. Rudimenta. Secundo editio. 12o. ap. G. Stansby.
19458.5
1612. The speedy passage to heaven. 8o. [W. Stansby] for T. Bushell. Ent. 6 July 1612.
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1612. The speedy passage to heaven. 8o. [W. Stansby] for T. B[ushell].
19507
1612. Peacham, Henry, the younger. Graphice or the most auncient and excellent art of drawing and limming. 4o. W. S[tansby] for J. Browne. Ent. 16 December 1611.
19512
1615. Peacham, Henry, the younger. A most true relation of the affaires of Cleve and Gulick. With the articles of the peace, propounded at Santen. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Helme. Ent. 18 January 1615.
19514
1615. Peacham, Henry, the younger. Prince Henrie revived. Or a poeme. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Helme. Ent. 18 January 1615.
19779
1617. Persius Flaccus, Aulus. Auli Persii Flacci satyrae sex. Cum posthumis commentarijs, J. Bond. Newly reviewed. 8o. W. Stanbsy for W. Arondell. Ent. 29 March 1617.
20138
1612. Pots, Thomas. The wonderfull discoverie of witches in the countie of Lancaster. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Barnes, 1613. Ent. 7 November 1612.
20503
1619. Purchas, Samuel. Purchas his pilgrim. Microcosmus, or the historie of man. 8o. W. S[tansby] for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 12 June 1619.
20505
1613. Purchas, Samuel. Purchas his pilgrimage. Or relations of the world and the religions observed in all ages. 2o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone. Ent. 7 August 1612.
20506
1614. Purchas, Samuel. Purchas his pilgrimage. Or relations of the world and the religions observed in all ages. Second edition, much enlarged. 2o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone.
20507
1617. Purchas, Samuel. Purchas his pilgrimage. Or relations of the world and the religions observed in all ages. Third edition, much enlarged. 2o. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone.
20563
1613. Quin, Walter. Corona virtutum principe dignarum,...inusum D, Caroli principis. 12o. [W. Stansby] ap. J. Billium.
20614
1619. Rainolds, John. V. CL. D.Joannis Rainoldi,...orationes duodecim; cum alijs quibusdam opusculis. Adjecta est oratio funebris, in obitu eiusdem habita I. Wake. 12o. imp. G. Stansbeius pro H. Fetherstone.
20637
1614. Ralegh, Sir Walter. The history of the world. 2o. (W. Stansby) for W. Burre. Ent. 15 April 1611. (note)
20638
1617. Ralegh, Sir Walter. The history of the world. 2o. (W. Stansby for W. Burre).
20748
1616. Rathborne, Aaron. The surveyor on four bookes. 2o. W: Stansby for W: Burre.
20758
1611. Ravenscroft, Thomas. Melismata. Musicall phansies. Fitting the court, citie,a nd countrey humours. To 3, 4, and 5, voyces. 4o. W. Stansby for T. Adams. Ent. 19 March 1611.
20912
1614. Reuter, Adam. Delineato consilii brevissima: quam societati mercatorum Belgarum consecrat A. Reuter. 4o. [W. Stansby]. Ent. to Stansby 8 April 1614.
20914a
1616. Rueter, Adam. Henrici Fitzsimonis, Soc. Jes. contra ius, rationem, Deum, pugna: quam, demonstratum ex eiusdem Britannomachia, Henrico Wallopp consecrat A. Reuter. 4o. [W. Stansby].
21016
1612. Richardson, Charles. The repentence of Peter and Judas. 4o. W. Stansby for E. Edgar. Ent. to Edgar and Jos. Browne 6 December 1611.
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1612. Richardson, Charles. The repentence of Peter and Judas. 4o. W. Stansby for Jos. Browne.
21019
1616. Richardson, Charles. A workeman, that needeth not be ashamed. A sermon describing the duety of a godly minister. 4o. W. Stansby for W. Barret. Ent. 17 July 1616.
21024
1612. Richer, Edmond. A treatise of ecclesiasticall and politike power. Translated out of the Latin originall. 4o. W. S[tansby], sold by J. Budge. Ent. 23 March 1612.
21338
1619. Rous, Francis, the Elder. The arte of happiness. Consisting of three parts. 12o. W. Stansby for J. Parker. Assigned by H. Fetherstone to Parker 3 April 1626.
21538
1620. Sack. Muld sack: or the apologie of Hic Mulier: to the late declamation against her. 4o. [W. Stansby] for R. Meighen. Ent. 29 April 1620.
21608
1617. Salerno. The Englishmans docter. Or, the Schoole of Salerne. Whereunto is adjoyned precepts for the preservation of health. Written by H. Ronsovius. (Now published. By S. H[obbs?] 8o. W. Stansby for the widdow Helme.
21834
1619. Sclater, William, the Elder. An exposition with notes upon the first epistle to the Thessalonians. 4oin 8's. W. Stansby for J. Parker. Ent. to H. Fetherstone and Parker 2 July 1618.
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1619. Sclater, William, the Elder. An exposition with notes upon the first epistle to the Thessalonians. 4oin 8's. W. Stansby for H. Fethersone.
21858
1619. Scot, Patrick. Omnibus & singulus. Affording matter profitable for all men, alluding to a Fathers advice or last will to his sonne. 8o. W. Stansby. Ent. 12 June 1619.
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1619. Scot, Patrick. Omnibus & singulus. 8o. W. Stansby.
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1620. Scot, Patrick. A fathers advice or last will to his sonne. 8o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Parker.
22167
1617. Selden, John. Joannis Seldini I. C. de dis Syris syntagmata II. 8o. G. Stansbeius, bibliopolarum corpori. Ent. to the partners in the Latin stock 27 September 1616.
22177
1614. Selden, John. Titles of honor by John Selden. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Helme. Ent. 14 July 1614.
22213
1613. Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. The workes of Lucius Annaeus Seneca, both morall and naturall. Translated by T. Lodge. 2o. W. Stansby, 1614. Ent. to E. Blount 15 April 1600.
22214
1620. Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. The workes of Lucius Annaeus Seneca, both morall and naturall. Newly inlarged by T. Lodge. 2o. W. Stansby. Assigned by widow Stansby to R. Bishop 4 March 1639.
22361
1617. Shakespeare, William. Venus and Adonis. 8o. [W. Stansby] for W. B[arret]. Assigned to W. Barret 16 February 1617.
22397
1612. Sheldon, Richard. The motives of Richard Sheldon for his renouncing of communion with Rome. 4o. [W. Hall and W. Stansby] for N. Butter. Ent. 7 January 1612. (note)
22544a.3
1617 [?]. Sidney, Sir Philip. The countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia, Sir William Alexander's Supplement. 2o. [W. Stansby for W. Barret?]. Ent. to W. Barret 31 August 1616.
22544a.5
1617 [?]. Sidney, Sir Philip. The countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia, Sir William Alexander's Supplement. 2o. [W. Stansby for W. Barret?].
22740
1611. Smith, Henry. Three sermons made by maister H. Smith. 1. The benefit of contentation. 2. The affinitie of the faithfull. 3. The lost sheepe is found. 4o in 8's. [W. Stansby?] for J. Smethwicke.
22741
1613. Smith, Henry. Three sermons made by maister H. Smith. 1. The benefit of contentation. 2. The affinitie of the faithfull. 3. The lost sheepe is found. 4o in 8's. [W. Stansby] for J. Smethwick.
22771
1615. Smith, Henry. Sixe sermons. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for W. Barret. Assigned 16 February 1617.
22772
1618. Smith, Henry. Two sermons preached by maister H. Smith: with a prayer for the morning thereunto adjoyned. And published by a more perfect coppie than here-to-fore. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for W. Barret.
22825
1613. Smith, Samuel, A.M. Aditus ad logicam. In usum eorum qui prim academiam salutant. Autore S. S[mith] artium magistro. 8o. [W. Stansby].
22863
1612. Smith, Sir Thomas, Doctor of Civil Laws. De republica Anglorum. The maner of gouernment of England. 4o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke.
22962
1615. Southwell, Robert. Saint Peters complaint, with other poemes. 4o. W. Stansby for W. Barret. Assigned 16 February 1617.
23111
1613. Sprint, John. The summe of the christian religion; contayning the chiefe points of perswasion an practise of a christian. In question and answere. 8o. W. Stansby for W. Burre. Ent. 15 May 1613.
23200.5
1611. Standish, Arthur. The commons complaint. Wherein is contained two speciall grievances. The first is, the destruction of woods. The second is, the dearth of victuals. 4o. W. Stansby. Ent. 17 May 1611.
23201
1611. Standish, Arthur. The commons complaint. Wherein is contained two speciall grievances. The first is, the destruction of woods. The second is, the dearth of victuals. 4o. W. Stansby.
23201.5
1611. Standish, Arthur. The commons complaint. Wherein is contained two speciall grievances. The first is, the destruction of woods. The second is, the dearth of victuals. 4o. W. Stansby.
23203
1612. Standish, Arthur. The commons complaint. Newly corrected and augmented. 4o. W. Stansby.
23350
1612. Strachey, William. For the colony in Virginea Britannia. Lawes divine, morall, and martiall. 4o. [W. Stansby] for W. Burre. Ent. 13 December 1611.
23412
1620. Styles, Christopher. The gaines of seeking God. In two sermons, 4o. W. Stansby.
23544
1620. Swetnam, Joseph. Swetnam, the woman-hater, arraigned by woman. A new comedie. 4o. [W. Stansby] for R. Meighen. Ent. 17 October 1619.
23545
1612. Swift, John. The divine eccho, or, resounding voice from heaven. 12o. [W. Stansby] for R. Bonion.
23548
1611. Swinburne, Henry. A briefe treatise of testaments and last willes. Newly corrected and augmented. 4o in 8's. [W. Stansby? and T. Snodham] for the Company of Stationers. Ent. to E. Weaver 6 May 1605; `this belongs to the company' i.e., English Stock, 2 March 1607. (note)
23602
1617. Symson, William. De accentibus Hebraicis breves & perspicuae regulae. 8o. typis G. Stansby, venduntur in aed J. Woodcocke.
23623
1616. T, J., Gent. The A, B, C, of armes, or, an introduction directorie; whereby the order of militarie exercises may bee understood. 8o. W. Stansby for J. Helmes. Ent. 12 May 1616.
23827
1617. Taylor, Thomas. Davids learning, or the way to true happiness: in a commentarie upon the 32. psalme. Preached and now published by T. T[aylor] late fellow of Chirsts Colledge in Cambridge. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone.
23828
1618. Taylor, Thomas. Davids learning, or the way to true happiness: in a commentaries upon the 32. psalme. The second time corrected. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone.
24025
1618. Thompson, Thomas. Antichrist arraigned: in a sermon at Pauls Crosse. With the tryall of guides. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for R. Meighen. Ent. 30 March 1618.
24027
1612. Thompson, Thomas. A diet for a drunkard. Delivered in two sermons in Bristoll, 1608. 4o. [W. Stansby] for R. Bankworth. Ent. 9 December 1611.
24043
1615. Thornes, Edward. Encomium Salopae, or the description of Shrowesbury. 8o. [W. Stansby] for R. Meighen.
24070
1620. Tilenus, Daniel. Paraenesis ad Scotos, Genevensis disciplinae zelotas. 8o. typis G. Stansby, pro N. Buttero. Ent. 24 July 1620.
24130
1613. Topsell, Edward. The reward of religion. Delivered in sundrie lectures vpon the booke of Ruth. Newly corrected and augmented. 8o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Budge. Assigned to Stansby 11 September 1611.
24132
1613. Topsell, Edward. Times lamentation: or an exposition on the prophet Joel, in sundry sermons or meditations. Newly corrected and augmented. 4o in 8's. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Assigned 13 November 1609.
24176
1615. Traske, John. A pearle for a prince,...Delivered in two sermons. 8o. W. Stansby for M. Lownes. Ent. 29 March 1615.
24178
1620. Traske, John. A treatise of libertie from Judaisme, or an acknowledgement of true christian libertie. 4o. W. Stansby for N. Butter. Ent. 1 May 1620.
24307
1613. Tuke, Thomas. A discourse of death, bodily, ghostly, and eternall. 4o. W. Stansbie for G. Norton.
24335
1597. Turkey. The policy on the Turkish empire. The first booke. 4o. J. Windet for W. S(tansby). Ent. 28 April 1597.
24371
1616. Turvell, Thomas. The poore-mans path-way to heaven. 8o. W. Stansby, sold by T. Pavier.
24508.3
1609. Udall, Thomas. A briefe replie of Thomas Udall, gent. to a short memorandum, or shew of answere against his booke intituled: A briefe view...by B.C. student in divinite. 8o. W. Stansby for S. Macham. Ent. 21 August 1609.
24622
1611. Vaughn, William. The spirit of detraction, conjured and convicted in seven circles. A worke both divine and morall. 4o. W. Stansby [and T. Snodham] for G. Norton. Ent. 11 May 1611. (note)
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1611. Vaughn, William. The spirit of detraction, conjured and convicted in seven circles. 4o. W. S[tansby and T. Snodham] for G. Norton.
24698
1618. Vicars, John. A prospective glasse to looke into heaven, or the coelestial Canaan described. 8o. W. Stansby for J. Smethwicke. Ent. 17 September 1618.
24833
1610. A true declaration of the estate of the colonie in Virginia, with a confutation of scandalous reports. Published by advise and direction of the councell of Virginia. 4o. [Eliot's Court Press and W. Stansby] for W. Barret. Ent. 8 November 1610. (note)
24852
1612. Vives, Joannes Ludovicus. Joannis Ludovici Vivis....Libri. XII. De disciplinis. 8o. [W. Stansby]. Ent. to J. Crosley 10 February 1612.
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1612. Vives, Joannes Ludovicus. Libri. XII. Quorum septem priores sunt de corruptis artibus quinque posteriores de trahendis disciplinis. 8o. [W. Stansby].
24950
1610. Wakeman, Robert. The judges charge. As it was given at Exceter. In a sermon. 8o. [W. Stansby] for G. Norton. Ent. 4 July 1610.
25084
1612. Warner, William. Albions England. Or historicall map of the same island. 4o 8's. [W. Stansby] for G. P[otter,] sold by R. Moore.
25157
1613. Webbe, George. The bride royall, or the spiritual marriage. Delivered by way of congratulation upon the marriage betweene the palsegrave, and the ladie Elizabeth. In a sermon. 8o. W. Stansby for R. Mabbe. Assigned from Mab to W. Arundell 13 April 1614.
25163
1612. Webbe, George. The path-way to honor. 8o. W. S[tansby] for R. Mabbe. Ent. 23 June 1612.
25261.5
1613. West, John. The severall notorious and lewd cousnages of John West, and Alice West. Practised in this citie, and many places neere adjoynng,...who were arraigned and convicted the 14. of Januarie. 4o. [W. Stansby] for E. Marchant. Ent. to J. Trundle 30 January 1613.
25294
1616. Whalley, John. Gods plentie, feeding true piety. In a sermon preached at Pauls crosse. 4o. W. Stansby, sold by R. Mabbe. Ent. to Stansby 20 January 1616.
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1616 [?]. Whalley, John. Gods plentie, feeding true piety. In a sermon preached at Pauls crosse. 4o. W. Stansby.
25433.3
1615. Whitgre, Thomas. A necessary instruction to cast account by, serving for all such as are unskilfull in the art of arithmaticke, comprehended in two tables. 2o. W. Stansby, sold by J. Budge. Ent. to L. Greene 28 April 1615.
25434
1613. Whiting, Giles. Short questions and answeres to be learned of such as be ignorant, before they be admitted to the Lords supper. 8o. [W. Stansby?] for C. L[egge, Cambridge].
25659.5
1613. Wilkinson, Robert. The merchant royall. A sermon reached at the nuptuals of lord Hay. 4o. W. Stansby for E. Blunt and W. Barret.
25872
1613. Witches apprehended, examined and executed. With a stange triall how to know a witch. 4o. [W. Stansby] for E. Marchant. Ent. to J. Trundell 23 January 1613.
25985
1617. Worship, William. The christians jewell. Or, the treasure of a good conscience. 12o. W. Stansby for J. Parker. Assigned by H. Fetherstone to Parker 3 April 1626.
25986
1618. Worship, William. The christians jewell. Or, the treasure of a good conscience. Revised and inlarged. 12o. W. Stansby for J. Parker.

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