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Smith, Thomas, De Republica Anglorum, The maner of Government or policie of the Realme of England (London, 1584)
– on reverse of title page is "Plebs sine lege ruit. Adam Wintrop"; also marginal notes and a full page in Latin on leaf facing first page of text: "Epistola D. Thoma Smithe ad D Gualterum Haddonum de huius Libri argumento & uta. Quia inram rempub: absens desedero de eadem tres libros Tholosa conscipso quibus titula feci de repub Anglorum In quibus totam fere formionis eius explicum: praeseribus rebus ubi a caeteris dissert dissert antem ferem omnibus. Ita utop longuis progressum sit quam putabam. Scripsiantem sermoni nostrati stilo inter historicum & philosophicum medio ad cum forma, qua scripsisse connectabam Aristotolem de multis greciae rebus pub: qui libri nunc exciderat. Prebui argumentum ubberrimum illis, qui di putare philosophico more desingulis quastionibus volunt: & problemata facere, aqunncan iniquum sit; & utrum sit melius a quod istic teneatur in Anglia pro lege, an quod hic & millis proumeiis qua romano jure reaunter. Libri quos D. Th: Smithus Literis mandatos reliquit hi sunt De greca lingua orthographia De repubica Anglorum. Denumismatis. Epistola aliquot latina. In eudem distichon. Polluit ingemo doctrina moribus, arte deum, requiem, Sprevit am habet.
AW
Dignum laude virum Musa vetat mori"
NYS: 232

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Quarles, Francis, A feast for wormes. Set forth in a poeme of the history of Jonah (1620)
– in his notes in Walther's Homilies above AW writes "Mr Fancis Quarles metaphrased him Jonas in meeter; what would this have been?
see NYS: 122

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