The Princelye Pleasures at the Courte at Kenelwoorth: That is to Saye, the Copies of All Such Verses, Proses, Or Poeticall Inventions, and Other Devices of Pleasure, as Were There Devised, and Presented, by Sundry Gentlemen, Before the Quene's Majestie, in the Yeare 1575
F. Marshall, 1821 - 29 pages
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