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The honour of the gentle-craft : expressed in three stories: the first o[f] Hugh and fair Winifred. The second of Crispin and Crispiannus. The third of Sir Symon Eyre; wh[o] all professed the gentle-craft, and were shoo-makers. Newly written. With pleasant new sings to be sung on Crispianus nigh[t.]. Preview this item
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The honour of the gentle-craft : expressed in three stories: the first o[f] Hugh and fair Winifred. The second of Crispin and Crispiannus. The third of Sir Symon Eyre; wh[o] all professed the gentle-craft, and were shoo-makers. Newly written. With pleasant new sings to be sung on Crispianus nigh[t.].

Publisher: [London?] : Printed by A. Clark for T. Passenger on London Bridg [sic], 1674.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 767478298
Notes: Place of publication conjectured by cataloger.
Signatures: A B⁴.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
In verse.
Title page woodcut.
Description: 1 online resource ([24] p.)

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