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Uniform title: Here begynneth a litil boke the whiche traytied many gode thinges for the pestilence
[Antwerp : J. van Doesborch, ca. 1520]
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Uniform title: De peste quaestiones duae explicatae. English
by Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605
Imprinted at London : At the three Cranes in the Vinetree by Thomas Dawson, for George Bishop, 1580
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Uniform title: Here begynneth a litil boke the whiche traytied many gode thinges for the pestilence
[London : W. de Machlinia, ca. 1485]
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Uniform title: Here begynneth a litil boke the whiche traytied many gode thinges for the pestilence
[[London] : Enprynted by Wynkyn de worde, [1511?]]
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Uniform title: Consiglio contro la pestilenza. Spanish
by Ficino, Marsilio, 1433-1499
Impresso en Caragoca : En casa de Pedro Bernuz, a costa de Francisco Curteti ..., a xviij de abril, 1564
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by Hobbes, Stephen
London : Printed by Iohn Windet, for Mathew Law, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Fox in Paules Church-yarde, 1603
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by Balmford, James, 1556-
London : Printed [by R. Rield] for Richard Boyle, and are to be sold athis shop in Blacke-friers, 1603
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Uniform title: Dialogue both pleasant and piety-full, against the fever pestilence
by Bullein, William, -1576
Imprinted at London, by Ihon Kingston, Iulij. 1573
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