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REGIMEN sanitatis Salerni : or the Schoole of Salernes Regiment of health, containing most learned and judicious directions and instructions for the preservation, guide, and government of mans life, dedicated unto the late high and mighty king of England from that university, and published (by consent of learned physicians) for a generall good. Reviewed corrected and inlarged with a commentary [by Arnaldus de Villanova] for the more plain and easie understanding thereof. By P. H. [Philemon Hollan D] Dr in physicke deceased ; whereunto is annexed a necessary discourse of all sorts of fish in use among us, with their effects appertaining to the health of man. As also now and never before, is added certain precious and approved experiments for health by a right honorable and noble personage. London, printed by B. Alsop. . . 1649. Quarto. Title, “Epistle Dedicatory to Sir Simonds D'Ewes,” I leaf, signed H. H. ‘PF. [Hugh Holland, son of Philemon.] Pp. 220; Table, 2 leaves. [W.] The editions printed of this work were in the years 1609, 1617, 1624, 1634, 1649, 1667. In the Dedication of the edition of 1634, it is first attributed to Philemon Holland.

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RELATION (a) of the state of the court of Rome, made in the year 1661, at the Council of Pregadi. By the most excellent, the Lord Angelo Corraro, ambassador from the most serene Republique of Venice to Pope Alexander VII. Translated out of Italian by J. B. [John BULTEEL] Gent. London : 1664. Duodecimo. [W.] This has a separate title and pagination, but really forms the second part of “Rome exactly described, as to the present state of it under Pope Alexander the seventh : in two curious discourses.” The first part has also a separate title and pagination, and is “A new relation of Rome, as to the government of the city, &c. English’d by Gio. Torriano.”

RELATION (a) of the three embassies from Charles II. to the Great Duke of Muscovie, the King of Sweden, and the King of Denmark, preformed by the

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London: Re-printed in the year 1724. Quarto." “A few copies of this book, tho not originally intended to be published, were printed off in the year 1722, but, it being transcribed for the press hastily, and corrected under great disadvantages, many errata and mistakes got into it, which could not all be presently observed. With a great part of them therefore still remaining four or five of the copies were afterwards given away; and some more, taken from the printing-house, passed through hands unknown to the author, and he supposes were sold privately. There has, beside, been some talk of a piratical design upon it: and if that should take effect, both it and he might suffer extremely. For these reasons he has thought fit to reprint it himself, more correctly, with some small alterations (in things not essential to the main design) and some additions. Tho he cannot but be apprehensive, that still there may be many things, which have escaped his eye, or his attention.”—Advertisement prefixed to the above. RELIGION (the) of Satan, or Antichrist, delineated, supposed to have roceeded from knowledge and reasoning; but proved to have proceeded from want of both. By J. H. [John HUrchINsoN.] London: MDCCXxxvi. Octavo."

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