3 edition of An answere to maister Smyth found in the catalog.
An answere to maister Smyth
|Statement||[by me a poore man ... W.G.]|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1861:7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Gob. No Maister sir, but a poore mans sonne, his Father though I say't is an honest exceeding poore man, and God be thanked well to liue Lan. Well, let his Father be what a will, wee talke of yong Maister Launcelet Gob. Your worships friend and Launcelet Laun. But I praie you ergo old man, ergo I beseech you, talke you of yong Maister Launcelet. PREFACE. The papers printed in this volume are a selection from five volumes of the Clarke MSS. in the library of Worcester College. Of those five volumes, two consist principally of newsletters, with a few other letters and documents interspersed amongst them (vols. xxxi., xxxii., 4to); two others consist chiefly of letters exchanged between General Monck and the civil government or.
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