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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Nicholas de Guildford; Thomas Wright; John Skelton; Stephen Gosson; Charles Bansley; Percy Society.; British Library.
|Notes:||No collective t.p. Titles transcribed from individual title pages.
Spine title: Old poetical tracts.
With some reproductions of original title pages.
The owl and the nightingale printed from MS. Cotton Calig. A. IX . in the British Museum.
The harmony of birds formerly attributed to John Skelton.
The harmony of birds "from the only known copy, printed by John Wright in the middle of the sixteenth century."
Pleasant quippes for upstart gentlewomen and A treatise on the pride and abuse of women "reprinted by T. Richards for the executors of the late C. Richards, 100 St. Martin's Lane.", 1841--t.p.
Pleasant quippes for upstart newfangled gentlewomen "from a copy with the author's autograph."
A treatise on the pride and abuse of women "from a unique impression by Thomas Raynalde."
|Description:||, viii, 84, vii, 19, xii, 16, 15,  pages : facs. ; 20 cm|
|Other Titles:||Old poetical tracts|
|Responsibility:||attributed to Nicholas de Guildford ; edited by Thomas Wright. The harmony of birds : a poem, with an introduction and notes. Pleasant quippes for upstart newfangled gentlewomen / by Stephen Gosson ; A treatise on the pride and abuse of women / by Charles Bansley.|