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- Charles Williams, Souvenir of Sir Thomas Browne, With Twelve Illustrations, and Notes. London and Norwich: Jarrold & Sons, 1905. Courtesy of University of Edinburgh Library.
- Gottfried von Bülow and Wilfred Powell, eds., "Diary of the Journey of Philip Julius, Duke of Stettin-Pomerania, through England in the Year 1602." Transactions of the Royal Historical Society N. S. 6 (1892): 1-67.
- James Crossley, eds., Autobiographical Tracts of Dr. John Dee. Chetham Miscellanies. 1.5 (1851): 1-83. Contains Chapter VII. "A Briefe Note And Some Remembrance of My Late Spoyled Mortlake Library" (1583), pp. 27-31, which contains a description of the objects that were part of his library.
- Robert Hubert, A Catalogue of Many Natural Rarities (1665). Selected images with permission of the Bodleian Library, Oxford University.
- Robert Hubert, A Catalogue of Part of Those Rarities Collected in Thirty Years Time With a Great Deal of Pains and Industry (1669). Selected images with permission of the Bodleian Library, Oxford University.
- Nehemiah Grew, Musaeum Regalis (1681). Courtesy of the University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
- Ralph Thoresby, Musaeum Thoresbyanum (1713) excerpted from Ducatus Leodiensis (1715).
- Ralph Thoresby, Ducatus Leodiensis (1715). Complete. Courtesy of the University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
- W. T. Lancaster, ed., Letters Addressed to Ralph Thoresby F.R.S. Printed from the Originals in the Possession of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Leeds: Privately printed for the Thoresby Society, 1912.
- Joseph Hunter, ed. The Diary of Ralph Thoresby, F.R.S. (1830). Volume 1 and Volume 2.
- John Tradescant, The Younger, Musaeum Tradescantianum (1656). Courtesy of the Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto.
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