Elizabethan England in gentle and simple life: being i. England's address to her three daughters, from Polimanteia 1595 [by W. Covell]; ii. A quest of enquirie by women to know whether the tripe-woman was trimmed 1595 [by Oliver Oatmeade]; ed. by A.B. Grosart (Google eBook)
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