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H. (Mr.) Love and Madness, a story too true ; in a series of letters between parties, whose
names would perhaps be mentioned, were they less known, or less lamented. [By Sir
Herbert Croft ; with portrait.'] 12mo. Ipswich, 1809
The letters are supposed to have been written by Miss Martha Ray, the mistress of Lord
Sandwich, and James Hackman at one time in the army, but afterwards a clergyman
with a living in Norfolk, who was in love with her, and by whom she was shot as she
was leaving Covent Garden Theatre, 7th April, 1779. A considerable portion of this
fictitious correspondence relates to Thomas Chatterton, the poet.
H. (A.) Some account of the Life of Dr. Isaac Barrow, [by A. H., i.e. Abraham Hill.]
Barrow (Isaac) Theological Works, vol. 1. 1859.
H. (A.) The Compleat Ambassador, etc., by Sir D. Digges. [Edited by A. H.] 1655.
Digges (Sir D.)
H.(A.H.) In Memoriam A.H.H. [i.e. Arthur H. Hallam], by Alfred Tennyson. 8vo. Lond. 1877
H. (A. W.) Works of John Bramhall, D.D., etc. [Edited by A. W. H.]Bramhall (J.)
Works, 1842, etc.
H. (B.) Description of the House and Museum the residence of Sir John Soane, etc., with
graphic illustrations, etc., by B. H. [i.e. Mrs. Hofland.~] 1835. Soane (Sir /.)
H. (F. W.) Catalogue of Books on Foreign Law founded on the Collection presented
by Charles Purton Cooper to the Society of Lincoln's Inn, [by F. W. H., i.e. F. W.
Halfpenny.] roy. 8vo. Lond. 1849
H. (G.) The Power of Parliaments asserted, by G. H., in a letter to a friend, etc., in
answer to an indigested paper by E. F., called a Letter from a gentleman of quality to
his friend, upon his being chosen a member to serve in the approaching parliament.
Being an argument relating to the point of succession to the crown, etc...tol. Lond. 1679
H. (H. S.) Armorial Bearings : a fow words as to their origin and uses, by H. S. H.
[i.e. H. S. Hamblin.] Printed for private circulation only 8vo. Brighton, 1864
H. (J.) Letters to the Inhabitants of Wigan occasioned by Mr. Fawel's Discourse on the
Divinity of Jesus Christ, [by J. H., i.e. John Holland, etc. Fawel (J.) Letters, etc., 1791.
H. (J.) The Mirrour of Wordly Fame, composed by J. H. [i.e. John Hind.] 1603. Harleian
Miscellany, vol. 8, p. 33.
H. ( J.) History of the life and death of Oliver Cromwell, the late usurper, etc., by J. H., GENT.
1663. Harleian Miscellany, vol. 1, p. 279.
H. (J. T.) The imprisonment and death of King Charles I. related by one of his judges, etc.
[Edited by J. T. H., i.e. J. T. Hornby.'] Aungervyle Society (No. 10.)....8vo. Edinb. 1882
H. (M.) Popular account of St. Paul's Cathedral; with a description of the monuments
and other interesting particulars, [by M. H., i.e. Maria Hackett.] 8vo. Lond. 1823
H. (B.) Proposals for building in every County a Working- Aims-House or Hospital; as
the best expedient to perfect the trade and manufactory of Linnen-Cloth, [by H. H., i.e.
Richard Haines.] 1677. Harleian Miscellany, vol. 4, p. 489.
H. (B.) Remarks on the life and death of the famed Mr. Blood ; giving an account of the
plot in Ireland to surprise Dublin Castle ; several transactions in his headquarters in the
City; rescue of Captain Mason at Doncaster; attempt on the person of his grace the
Duke of Ormond ; seizing on the Crown and Scepter in the Tower ; coming into favour
with his Prince; concern about his grace the Duke of Buckingham; sickness, death,
and twice interment. Published for publick information, 1680. [Signed by JR. HJ]
Somers Tracts, vol. 8, p. 438,
950 H. Haddon Hall.
H. (S.) Kisses : being fragments and poetical pieces on the Kiss [originally issued as an
appendix to the edition of the " Basia " of Joannes Secundus, published in 1803 ; with an
introduction signed, H. S.~\ Aungervyle Society [Nos. 28-29.'] 8vo. Edinb. 1884
H. (W.) Chronological Catalogue, or short remembrance of the Princes Electors Palatine
of the Rhine, that have been of the Honse of Bavaria unto this day, together with their
succession and lives. Second edition. [Signed W. H] 1631. Harleian Miscellany,
vol. 3, p. 63.
Haarlem the birth-place of Printing, not Mentz, by J. H. Hessels roy. 8vo. Lond. 1887
Haase (Friedrich Gottlob Heinrich Christian) M. Vellei Paterculi ex Historiae Romanae
ad M. Vincium Cos. libris duobas quae supersunt. Recensuit, etc. F. Haase. 1870.
Velleius Paterculus (M.)
Haast (Sir John Francis Julius von, geologist, 1824-1887.) Report of a topographical and
geological exploration of the Western districts of the Nelson Province, New Zealand :
undertaken for the Provincial Government 8vo. Nelson, 186 1
Habakkuk, Book of the Prophet Habakkuk. Bible Old Testament.
Habakkuk, by W. L. Alexander. ^Encyclopedia Britannica. 9th edition. 1880.
Haben (Parson) Sermon in praise of Thieves and Thievery, from Lansdowue MS. 98,
and Cotton Vesp. A. 25. Awdeley (J.) The Fraternitye of Vacabondes, etc. Early
English Text Society (extra series, vol. 9.) 8vo. Lond. 1869
Haberdashery, Treatise on Haberdashery and Hosiery, etc., by E. E. Perkins 12mo. Lond. 1853
Habershon (Samuel Osborne, physician, 1825-1889.) The Lettsomian Lectures delivered at
the Medical Society of London, 1872, on the pathology and treatment of some Diseases
of the Liver. 2nd edition sm. 8vo. Lond. 1885
Habington (William, poet, 1605-1654.) Castara. 3rd edition of 1640 ; edited with the
earlier ones of 1634, 1635, by E. Arber English Reprints, sm. 4to. Lond. 1870
The Life and Reign of Edward IV. Kennett (W.) Complete History of England, 1719.
The Queene of Arragon, a tragi-comedie. 1640. Dodsley (7?,.) Old English Plays,
vol. 13, 1875.
Habit (L') Vert, proverbe. Augier (G. V. E.) Theatre Complet, vol. 1. 1676.
Habits and Customs of the Working Classes, by a Journeyman Engineer. [Written by
Thomas Wright.] 8vo. Lond. 1867
Habits and Instincts of Animals, by W. Swainson 12mo. Lond. 1840
Habits of Good Society : a handbook of Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen, with thoughts,
hints, and anecdotes con corning social observations. New edition, [anon. ]sm.8vo. Lond. n.d.
Hackett (Maria) Popular Account of St. Paul's Cathedral, etc. [by M. H., i.e. Maria
Hackett.] 1823.- H. (M.)
Hacklaender (Friedrich Wilhelm, German novelist, 1816-1877.) The Rhine from its Source
to the Sea, etc., from the German of K. Stieler, F. W. Hacklander, etc., 1878.
Hackman (James, murderer, 1752-1779.) Love and Madness, a story too true, etc., by Sir
Herbert Croft. [Relating to Mr. H., i.e. J. ffackman, and Miss , i.e. Martha Bay, and
others.] 1809. H. (Mr.)
Hackney,The Monuments in Hackney Church, by R. Simpson. [Plates.] sm. 4to. Guildford, 1884
Hackwood (F. W.) Wednesbury Workshops; or, some account of the industries of a black
country town : with an introduction by the Hon. P. Stanhope, M. p. 12mo. Wednesbury, 1889
Hadden (Robert Henry) Reminiscences of William Rogers, rector of St. Botolph,
Bishopsgate. [Portrait.] sm. 8vo. Lond. 1888
Haddon Hall, illustrated by W. E. Cooke. [Plates. ]..Aio. Lond. [Nottingham printed], 1892
Haddon Haendel. 951
Haddon (Alfred Cort) Introduction to the Study of Embryology; illustrations. 8vo.Lond.1887
Hades, The Epic of Hades, in three books, bj the author of " Songs of two Worlds."
[Lewis Morris.'] 8th edition sin. 8vo. Lond. 1879
Hades, or the Intermediate State of Man, by H. Constable. 2nd edition 8vo. Lond. 1875
Hadfield (James, architect.) Ecclesiastical Architecture of the County of Essex, from the
Norman Erato the 16th Century, etc. New edition fol. Lond. n.d.
Hadfield (Robert Abbott) Manganese-Steel, i. Manganese in its application to metallurgy,
ii. Some newly-discovered properties of Iron and Manganese, etc 8vo. Lond. 1888
Hadfield (William, b. 1806, d. 1887.) Brazil and the River Plate in 1868 : showing the
progress of those countries since his former visit in 1853. [ Woodcuts ]...8vo. Lond. 1869
Hadoindus (saint, bishop of Le Mans; d. 652.) Testamentum. Charta de Anasolensi
monasterio. Migne, Patrologia Latina, vol. 80.
Hadow (W. H., M.A.) Studies in Modern Music : Hector Berlioz Robert Schumann
Richard Wagner : with portraits sm. 8vo. Lond. 1893
Hadrian's Wall, by J. Macdonald. Encyclopaedia Britannica. 9th edition. 1880.
Hadrianus. [For Popes of this name] Adrianus.
Haec et Hie ; or, the Feminine Gender more worthy than the Masculine : being a vindication
of that ingenious and innocent sex from the biting sarcasms, bitter satyrs, and
opprobrious calumnies, wherewith they are daily, tho undeservedly, aspers'd by the
virulent tongues and pens of malevolent men. [Preface is signed J. N.~\ . . . 18mo. Lond. 1683
Haeckel (Ernest Heinrich Phillip August) The Evolution of Man : a popnlar exposition
of the principal points of human ontogeny and phlyogeny. [Plates and Woodcuts.]
2 vols. 8vo. Lond. [Beccles printed], 1879
The History of Creation : or the development of the earth and its inhabitants by the
action of natural causes. A popular exposition of evolution in general, and of that of
Darwin, Goethe, and Lamarck in particular, etc. The translation revised by E. Ray
Lancaster. [Plates.] 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1876
Haeghen (Ferdinand van der) Bibliotheca Erasmiana : repertoire des ceuvres d'Erasme.
[3 series] J 4to. Gand, 1893
Haeghen (Philip van der) La Bibliotheque de Marie Antoinette. Livre (le) 1884, pt. i.
Le Commerce d'autrefois et rimprimerie d'une Duchesse. Livre (le) 1886, pt. i.
L'Imprimerie Ducale de Dampierre. Livre (le) 1885, pt. i.
Paul Lacroix, bibliographe. [Portrait.] Livre (le) 1884, pt. i.
Haemmerlein (Thomas) Kempis (Thomas A)
Haendel (Georg Friedrich, musical composer, 1685-1759.) Messiah; a sacred, oratorio, the
words selected from the Holy Scriptures, the music composed in the ye$r 1741 ; with
an analysis of the oratorio, by G. A. Macfarren. Sacred Harmonic Soc. sm.4to. Lond. 
Handel, by F. Hueffer. Encyclopaedia Britannica. 9th edition. 1880.
Handel, by J. A. Fuller Maitland and W. Barclay Squire. Stephen (L.) Dictionary of
National Biography, vol. 24. 1890.
Handel, by Mrs. Julian Marshall Great Musicians, sm. 8vo. Lond. 1890
Handel, sa vie, ses travaux, et son temps, par E. David sm. 8vo. Paris, 1884
Handel und Shakespeare. Zur AsthetikderTonkunst.vonG. G. Gervinus. 8vo. Leipzig, 1868
Life of George Frederick Handel, by W. S. Rockstro ; with an introductory notice by
George Grove % sm. 8vo. Lond. 1893
Life of Handel, by Victor Schoelcher. [Translated by James Lowe.] 8vo. Lond. 1857
. Life and Works of Handel, by Alfred Whittingham .....sm. 8vo. Loud. 1882
952 Haes Hagiology.
Haes (Frans de) De Nagelaten Gedichten en Nederduitsche Spraekkunst, van wylen den
Heer F. de Haes. [Published by Alida de Maes.'] 4to. Amsterdam, 1764
Haevernick (Heinrich Andreas Christian) General historico-critical Introduction to the
Old Testament, translated by W. L. Alexander 8vo. Edinb. 1852
Historico-critical Introduction to the Pentateuch, trans, by A. Thomson. 8vo. Edinb. 1850
Haferkorn (H. E.) Handy list of Books on Mines and Mining, etc. 8vo. Milaukee, Wis. 1891
Hafiz (Muhammed Shamsuddin, Persian poet; d. 1388.) Hafiz, by E. H. Palmer.
Encyclopaedia Britannica. 9th edition. 1880.
Hafiz Rahmat Khan (chief of the Rohillas ; d. 1774.) Life of Hafiz ool Moolk, Hafiz
Rehmut Khan, written by his on, the Nuwab Moost'ujab Khan Buhadoor, and entitled
Goolistan-i-Rehnmt. Abridged and translated from the Persian, by Charles Elliott.
Oriental Translation Fund. 8vo. Lond. 1831
Haga (Cornelis) A true declaration of the arrival of Cornelius Haga, (with others that
accompanied him) ambassador for the General States of the United Netherlands, at the
great city of Constantinople, etc. 1613. Harleian Miscellany, vol. 8, p. 403.
Hageman (S. Miller) The Divine Malignity, or vindicatory justice a primordial trait of
God, as opposed to the Divine Paternity. [A poem, with notes.] sm. 4to. New York, 1886
Hagen (Hermann August) Bibliotheca Entomologica, etc.... 2 vols. in 1. 8vo. Leipzig, 1863
Hagen (Steven van der, Dutch navigator; d. about 1610.) Beschreibung der Schiffart so
unter dem Admiral S. von der Hagen mit 12 Schiffen in die Orientalische Indien
verrichtet, etc. 1506. Bry (J. T. de and J. I. de) [Indice Orientalis, part viii.
Appendix. German.] 1606.
Descriptio navigationis quam Admiralis S. ab. Hagen cum xii. navibus in Indiam
Orientalem suscepit, addita victoriarum, quas Holland i de navibus aliquot Lusitauis
reportarunt, commemoratione et Amboinae Tidorisque castelloriim expngnatione.
Bry (/. T. de and J. I. de) [Indies Orientalis, part viii. Latin.] 1607.
Hagenbach (Karl Rudolph, Swiss theologian, 1801-1875.) Compendium of the History of
Doctrines; translated by Carl W. Buch . 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1846-47
German Rationalism, in its rise, progress, and decline, in relation to theologians,
scholars, poets, philosophers and the people, etc. Edited and translated by W. L. Gage
and J. H. Stuckenberg 8vo. New York, 1865
Haggai, Book of the Prophet Haggai. Bible : Old Testament.
Haggai, Book of the Prophet Haggai, by W. Robertson Smith. Encyclopaedia Britannica.
9th edition. 1880.
Haggard (Henry Rider) Cetywayo and his White Neighbours; or, remarks on recent
events in Zululand, Natal, and the Transvaal. 3rd edition sm. 8vo. Lond. 1890
Haggerston (W. John, librarian; d. 1894.) The Library Indicator. ... 16mo. Newcastle, n.d.
City and County of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Reports of the Public Libraries Committee
1880-1894 roy. 8vo. Newcastle, 1880-94
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Public Libraries, Catalogue of Juvenile Dept. 8vo. Newcastle, 1880
[The same.] 3rd edition 8vo. Newcastle, 1887
[The same.] Catalogues of the Lending Department. 2 vols. roy. 8ov. Newcastle, 1880-87
The Tomlinson Library, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1882. Monthly Notes, vol. 3.
Haggitt (John, rector of Ditton, Cambridgeshire.) Two Letters to a Fellow of the Society of
Antiquaries, on the subject of Gothic Architecture, etc 8vo. Camb. 1813
Haghe (Louis, lithographer and water-colour painter, 1806-1885.) Sketches in Belgium and
Germany. [Plates.] fol. Lond. 1840
Hagiology, Modern Hagiology, by J. C. Crosthwaite 2 vols. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1846
Hagley, Leasowes, and Enville, with sketch of Fisherwick, etc., to which is prefixed, the
present state of Birmingham, [anon.] 12mo. Birmingham, 1789
Hague (James Duncan) Mining Industry: with Geological continuations, by Clarence
King. [Plates.] 2 vols. 4to. Washington, 1870
Haies (Edward, navigator of the 16th century.} Report of the Voyage attempted in 1583 by
Sir H. Gilbert to discover those countreys extended Northward from the Cape of
Florida. HaJcluyt (R.) Early Voyages, etc. vol. 3. 1810.
Haigh (Daniel Henry, priest and antiquary ; b. Brinscall Hall, near Ghorley, Lancashire,
1819, d. 1879.) The Conquest of Britain by the Saxons ; a harmony of the " Historia
Britonum," the writings of Gildas, the " Brut," and the Saxon Chronicle. 8vo. Lond. 1861
Haigh, near Wigan, co. Lancaster, Account of. Baines (E.) History of the County
Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster. New edition, vol. 4. 1891.
Haigh, Coal Mines at Haigh. Wigan Mining Catalogue. 1880.
Haigh, Ordnance Survey Map, six inch scale, \_8heets 85, 86, 93, 94.]
Haigh Hall, [Bird's-eye view of Haigh Hall.] Kip (/.) Nouveau Theatre de la Grande
Bretagne. vol. 1. 1724.
Haigh Hall, Visit of the Library Association to Haigh Hall in 1883. Library Association
Haime (Jules) Monograph of the British Fossil Corals. 1850. etc. Edwards (H, M.)
Haiminius (monk of Arras in the 9th century.) Epistolse. Migne, Patrologia Latina, vol. 105.
Haimo (bishop of Halberstadt ; d. 858.) Opera omnia ex variis editionibus ineunte sseculo
sexto decimo Colonise datis ad prelum revocata et emendata. Migne, Patrologia Latina,
Haimo, See also, Aimoinus.
Hain (Ludwig) Repertorium Bibliographicum, in quo libri omnes ab arte typographica
inventa usque ad annum M.D. typis expressi, ordine alphabeticovelsimpliciterenumerantur
vel adcuratius recensentur...2 vols. in 4. 8vo. StattgartieB,etc. \_Tubingen printed^, 1826-38
Repertorium Bibliographicum ,etc.Indices uberrimi opera Conradi Burger. 8vo.Lipsi8e,1891
" One of the indispensable books of reference for the literature of the fifteenth century. All
subsequent bibliographers arc indebted for the material of their works to the labours of
Hain and Panzer in this branch of belles-lettres." E. C. Bigmore, etc. Bibliography of
Haines (Richard) Proposals for building in every County a Working-Alms-House, of
Hospital, etc. 1677. H. (E.)
Hains (Philip Frost John Bird, vicar of St. George's, Wigan.) " Better Times to Come."
A Speech to the Employes of the London and North- Western and Lancashire and
Yorkshire Railway Companies (at their establishments at Wigan, etc.) 8vo. Wigan,
1865. Wigan Local Pamphtets, vol. 9.
The Existence of a God : being a series of articles contributed to the Wigan Examiner,
sm. 8vo. Wigan, 1885. Wigan Local Pamphlets, vol. 5.
Justice to Ireland : a lecture delivered in the Public Hall, Wigan, on September 26th,
1868, in favour of the Disestablishment and Disendowment of the Irish Church.
Henry Woods, Esq., M.P., in the chair. To which is added an Appendix, etc.
8vo. Wigan, [Manchester printed], 1869.- Wigan Local Pamphlets, vol. 9.
Spirited Foi'eign Policy. Extract from a Speech delivered March 18th, 1880. 8ro.
Wigan, 1880. Wigan Local Pamphlets, vol. 7.
Testimonials of the Rev. Philip Hains, vicar of St. George's, Wigan. 8vo. Wigan, n.d.
Wigan Local Pamphlets, vol. 7.
954 Hains Hakluyt.
Hains (Philp Frost John Bird) continued.
Was the Disestablishment of the Irish Church the initiation of a policy ? or Liberalism
versus Liberationism : a correspondence between Philip Hains, vicar of St. George's,
Wigan, and F. G. Collier, minister of the New Chapel, Horwich. 8vo. Wigan, 1876.
Wigan Local Pamphlets, vol. 9.
Hair, How to arrange the Hair; or Golden Rules for the Fair Sex; with numerous
illustrations, etc. By one of the Ladies' Committee of Almacks 12mo. Lond. 1857
Hair, The Human Hair, its structure, growth, diseases, etc., by H. BeigeL.sm. 8vo. Lond. 1869
Hair, Loathsomnesse of Long Haire, by Thomas Hall sm. 8vo. Lond. 1654
Hair, Plocacosmos, or the whole art of Hair Dressing, by J. Stewart [Plates.'] 8vo. Lond. 1782
Hair, Uber den Gebrauch der falschen Haare, etc., von F. Nicolai 8vo. Berlin, 1801
Hair (T. H.) Series of Views of the Collieries in the Counties of Northumberland and
Durham; with descriptive sketches, and a preliminary essay on Coal and the Coal
Trade, by M. Ross. [42 plates.] fol. Lond. 1844
Hairby (James, M.D.) Rambles in Normandy. [Plates.] sm. 4to. Lond. 
Haito (bishop of Basle.) Hatto.
Haito (bishop of Vercelli.) Atto.
Haji Khalfa. Mustafa ibn Abd Allah called Katib Chelebl, or Hdjl Khalfa.
Hake (Alfred Egmont) Journals of Major-Gen. C. G. Gordon, etc., introduction and notes
by A. E. Hake. 1885. Gordon (C. 0.)
- The Story of Chinese Gordon. Portraits and maps. 10th edition. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1884-85
Hake (Edward, satirist and poet ; flourished 1579.) Commemoration of the most prosperous
and peaceable raigne of our gratious and deere soveraigne Lady Elizabeth, etc. [1575.]
Harleian Miscellany, vol. 9. p. 128.
Hakewill (George, divine, 1578-1649.) The Vanitie of the Eie. First began for the comfort
of a gentlewoman bereaved of her sight, and since upon occasion inlarged and published
for the common good 12mo. Oxford, 1608
Hakowill (William, legal antiquary, 1574-1655.) Modus tenendi parliamentum : or, the old
manner of holding parliaments in England, etc. 2 parts 12mo. Lond. 1660
Hakluyt (Richard, geographer, 1552?-1616.) Divers Voyages touching the Discovery of
America, etc.; edited, with notes, by J. Winter Jones... Hakluyt Society, 8vo. Lond. 1850
Discovery and Conquest of Terra Florida by F. de Sofco; translated by R. Hakluyt.
1861. Koto (F. de)
Discoveries of the World, etc., to the year 1555, by A. Galvano ; corrected, quoted, and
published, etc., by R. Hakluyt. 1862. Galvano (A.)
Virginia Richly Valued, by the description of the maine land of Florida ; translated by
R. Hakluyt. Hakluyt (R.) Collection of Early English Voyages, etc., vol. 5. 1812.
Hakluyt's Collection of the Early Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries, of the English
Nation. New edition, with additions. [250 copies printed.] 5 vols. roy. 4to. Lond. 1809-12.
yol. 1. Dedications and Prefaces, etc. Voyage of Arthur K. of Britaine to Island and the
most North-eastern parts of Europe, anno 517. Voyage of Malgo, King of Britaine to
Island, Gotland, Orkney, Denmark and Norway, anno 680. Conquest of the Isles of
Anglesey and Man by Edwin the Saxon King of Northumberland, anno 624. Voyage
of Bertns into Ireland, anno 684. Voyage of Octher to the North parts beyond
Norway about the yeere 890. Second Voyage of Octher into the Sound of Denmarke.
Wolstans Navigation into the East sea, or the Sound of Denmarke. Voyage of King
Edgar with 4000 shippes round about his largo Monarchic, anno 973. Voyage of
Edmnnd and Edward the sonties of King Edmund Ironside, into Hungary, anno 1017.
Marriage of the daughter of Harold unto Jcruslaua duke of Russia in his owne countrey,
anno 1067. Voyage of a certaine Englishman into Tartaria, and from thence into
Poland and Hungary, anno 1243. Long and wonderfnll voyage of Frier John de Piano
Carpini, anno 1246. Journall of Frier William de Rubricis, anno 1253. Voyage of
Hakluyt (Richard) continued.
Nicolaus de Linna, a Franciscan frier, and an excellent mathematician of Oxford, to
all the regions situate under the North-pole, anno 1360. Voyage of Henry Earle of
Derby, afterwards King of England, into Prussia and Letto, anno 1390. Voyage of
Thomas of Woodstock, duke of Glocester into Prussia, anno 1391. Voyage of
Sir Hugh Willoughby knight, wherein he unfortunately perished at Arzina Reca in
Lapland, anno 1553. Voyage of Richard Chanceller pilote major, the first discoverer
by sea of the kingdome of Moscovia, anno 1553. Voyage of Stephen Burrough toward
the River of Ob, intending the discovery of the North-east passage, anno 1556.
Landing of Richard Johnson among the Samoeds, anno 1556. Voyage of the aforesaid
Stephen Burrough from Colmogro in Russia to Wardhouse, in search of certaine English
ships not heard-of the yeere before, anno 1557. Voyage of M. Anthony Jenkinson
into Russia, wherein Osep Napea, first ambassadour from the Emperour of Moscovia
to Queene Mary, was transported into his countrey, anno 1557. Voyage of M. Anthony
Jenkinson from the Citie of Mosco in Russia to Boghar in Bactria, anno 1558.
Voyage of M. Anthony Jenkinson through Russia, and over the Caspian sea into Persia,
anno 1561. Voyage of Thomas Alcock, George Wrenne, and Richard Cheyney,