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Uniform title: Works. Latin. 1620
by James King of England, 1566-1625
Londini : Apud Bonhamum Nortonium, & Ioannem Billium, typographos regios, M.DC.XIX [1619, i.e. 1620]
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Uniform title: Basilikon doron. Latin
by James King of England, 1566-1625
Londini : Excudebat [Eliot's Court Press? for] Iohannes Norton, serenissimae Regiae Maiestati in Latinis, Graecis, & Hebraicis typographus, Anno Domini M.DC.IIII. [1604]
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Uniform title: Meditation upon the Lords prayer. Latin
by James King of England, 1566-1625
Londini : Apud Bonhamum Nortonium, & Ioannem Billium typographos Regios, M.DC.XIX. [1619]
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Uniform title: Basilikon doron
by James King of England, 1566-1625
London : Printed by M. Flesher for Joseph Hindmarsh ..., 1682
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Uniform title: Triplici nodo, triplex cuneus. Latin
by James King of England, 1566-1625
Londini : Excudebat Ioannes Norton, serenissimae Regiae Maiestatis in Latinis, Graecis, & Hebraicis typographus, 1609. Cum priuilegio regali
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Uniform title: Declaration du serenissime Roy Jaques I. Roy de la Grand' Bretaigne France et Irlande, defenseur de la foy. Latin
by James King of England, 1566-1625
Londini : Ex officina Nortoniana, apud Ioannem Billium, M.DC.XVI. [1616] Cum priuilegio Regis
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