Bibliography

This bibliography is confined to works cited or referred to in the text and notes. Items that appear in the listings of books owned by Payne (above, pp. 144-5) and de Cardonnel (pp. 313-16), but are not otherwise discussed, are not included here. The alphabetical order is of the first element of the name that bears a capital letter.

Abbadie, J., Traité de la vérité de la religion chrétienne, 2 vols. (Rotterdam, 1684).

Accolti, P., Lo inganno de gl'occhi, prospettiva pratica (Florence, 1625).

Aereboe, R., Autobiografi (1685-1744), ed. G. L. Grove (Copenhagen, 1889).

Agrippa, H. C., De vanitate scientiarum (Leiden, 1644).

—— The Vanity of Arts and Sciences, tr. anon. (London, 1676).

Aguilon ['Aguilonius'], F., Opticorum libri sex (Antwerp, 1613).

Airaksinen, T., and M. A. Bertman, eds., Hobbes: War among Nations (Aldershot, 1989).

Åkerman, S., 'Johan Adler Salvius' Questions to Baruch de Castro concerning De tribus impostoribus', in S. Berti, F. Charles-Daubert, and R. Popkin, eds., Heterodoxy, Spinozism, and Free Thought in Early Eighteenth Century Europe (Dordrecht, 1996), pp. 397-423.

Allan, D., ' “An Ancient Sage Philosopher”: Alexander Ross and the Defence of Philosophy', The Seventeenth Century, 16 (2001), pp. 68-94.

Allison, C. F., The Rise of Moralism: The Proclamation of the Gospel from Hooker to Baxter (London, 1966).

Almack, E., A Bibliography of the King's Book or Eikon Basilike (London, 1896).

Anderson, R. C., Naval Wars in the Levant 1559-1853 (Liverpool, 1952).

Andrews, C. M., The Colonial Period of American History, 4 vols. (New Haven, Conn., 1934).

[Anon.], Bedenkwürdige Berichtung der Niederländischen Ost-Indien Gesellschaft in dem Kaiserreich Taising oder Sina (Amsterdam, 1675).

[Anon.], The Carl H. Pforzheimer Library: English Literature, 1475-1700, 3 vols. (New York, 1940).

[Anon.] [Joseph Jane?], EIKΩN AKΛAΣTOΣ: The Image Unbroken. A Perspective of the Impudence, Falshood, Vanitie, and Prophannes, Published in a Libell entitled EIKONOKΛAΣTHΣ (n.p., 1651).

[Anon.], Essais de morale et de politique, ou il est traité des devoirs de l'homme, consideré comme particulier, & comme vivant en societé (Lyon, 1687).

[Anon.], Fürstellung vier neuer Welt-Weisen, nahmentlich Renati des Cartes, Thomae Hobbes, Benedicti Spinosa, Balthasar Beckers, nach ihrem Leben und führnemsten Irrthümern (n.p., 1702).

[Anon.], Historisch verhaal, van den beklaaglyken opstand 't sedert eenige Jaren in de gemeente, toegedaan de onveranderde Confessie van Augsburgh, binnen deser Stede, ontstaan (Amsterdam, 1690).

[Anon.], Relation de l'entrée magnifique de Monsieur le Prince de Ligne (London, 1660).

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