Add. 4295, Birch 4465: Papers, Letters and Miscellanies of John Toland

Add. 20780: Thomas Gordon's History of Britain

Add. 23215: 'Muslim Reports', Sir John Finch to Lord Conway, February 4/14, 1675

Sloane 388, 1024: R. Smith, 'Observations on the Report of a Blasphemous Treatise by some affirmed to have been of late years published in print of Three Grand Imposters'

Sloane 2039: 'Manuscript De Tribus Impostoribus 1709'

Stowe 47: 'The Famous Book Intitled De Tribus Impostoribus'


Dd.10.58: J. Bodin, 'Colloquium Heptaplomeres'

Add. 41 f. 255: P. Heylyn, 'Ecclesia Restaurata 1674; Notes on, 1700'

Add. 7113: S. Ockley, 'Letters to Him'

Add. 2610: J. Spencer, 'De Legibus Hebraeorum; material for second edition of'

Add. 4. no. 27: H. Wharton, 'Anglia Sacra; extracts'

Add. 7647: Letters between John Woodward and John Edwards

Add. 8286: 'John Woodward's Letters'


Ms. 673: 'Systema Theologicae Socinianae'


PRO/30/24/47/4: Walter Moyle, 'Reflections Upon Ye Roman = Commonwealth'


K 27: 'Letters from Mr Moyle and Mr Reynolds', 1705/6 30 January to 10 May 1720


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