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The legend of Brita-mart: or A paraphrase upon our provisionall British discipline : Inditing it of many severall distempers, and prescribing to the cure. Presented dialogue-wise, betvven Mickle-Worth the patriot, Peny-Wise the worldling, and Mille-Toyle the souldier. The scene being Grayes-Inne Walkes. The author G.T. Preview this item
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The legend of Brita-mart: or A paraphrase upon our provisionall British discipline : Inditing it of many severall distempers, and prescribing to the cure. Presented dialogue-wise, betvven Mickle-Worth the patriot, Peny-Wise the worldling, and Mille-Toyle the souldier. The scene being Grayes-Inne Walkes. The author G.T.

Author: G. T.
Publisher: London : Printed by T.B., 1646.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: G. T.
OCLC Number: 606892369
Description: 1 online resource ([6], 32, [2], 33-40, 33-40 pages)
Other Titles: Legend of Brita-mart
Paraphrase upon our provisionall British discipline
In shooting for prizes, quere vvhether these articles may be proper to bee observed
In shooting for prizes, quere whether these articles may be proper to be observed

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