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Elizabethan & Jacobean pamphlets  s:en:Index:Elizabethan & Jacobean Pamphlets.djvu
Saintsbury, George, 1845-1933
London, Percival and Co.
Elizabethan & Jacobean pamphlets
Introduction.--A reply to Stephen Gosson's school of abuse in defense of poetry, musick, and stage plays, by Thomas Lodge.--Pappe with an hatchet, by John Lyly.--A pretie and wittie discourse betwixt wit and will, by Nicholas Brenton.--A groat's worth of wit, by Robert Greene.--Pierces supererogation; or, A new prayse of he old asse, by Gabriel Harbey.--A wonderfull strange and miraculous, astrological prognostication for this yeer of our Lord God, 1591, by Thomas Nash.--The Guls hornbook, by Thomas Dekker
Language English
Publication date 1892
publication_date QS:P577,+1892-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Internet Archive identifier
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