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The Works of George Silver: Comprising "Paradoxes of Defence" [printed in ... - Page 65
by George Silver - 1898 - 134 pages
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Schools and masters of fence from the Middle ages to the eighteenth century

Egerton Castle - 1885
...standing upon it a verie faire standish covered with crimson velvet, with inke, pens, pen-dust and sealing waxe, and quiers of verie excellent fine paper, gilded, readie for the Noblemen and Gentlemen (upon occasion) to write their letters, being then desirous to follow their fight, to...
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Schools and Masters of Fence: From the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century ...

Fencing - 1893 - 357 pages
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Elizabethan Translations from the Italian: The Titles of Such ..., Volumes 1-4

Mary Augusta Scott - Italian literature - 1895
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Shakespearean Playhouses: A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings ...

Joseph Quincy Adams - London (England) - 1917 - 473 pages
...it a verie faire standish covered with crimson velvet, with inke, pens, pen-dust, and sealing-waxe, and quiers of verie excellent fine paper, gilded, readie for the Noblemen and Gentlemen (upon occasion) to write their letters, being then desirous to follow their fight, to...
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Shakespearean playhouses: a history of English theatres from the beginnings ...

Joseph Quincy Adams - London (England) - 1917 - 473 pages
...it a verie faire standish covered with crimson velvet, with inke, pens, pen-dust, and sealing-waxe, and quiers of verie excellent fine paper, gilded, readie for the Noblemen and Gentlemen (upon occasion) to write their letters, being then desirous to follow their fight, to...
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