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A pleasant history of the life and death of Will Summers: how he came first to be known at court, and by what means he got to be King Henry the Eighth's jester ; with the Entertainment that his Cousin Patch, Cardinal Woolsey's Fool, Gave him at his Lord's House ; and how the Hogsheads of Gold were Known by his Means. Preview this item
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A pleasant history of the life and death of Will Summers: how he came first to be known at court, and by what means he got to be King Henry the Eighth's jester ; with the Entertainment that his Cousin Patch, Cardinal Woolsey's Fool, Gave him at his Lord's House ; and how the Hogsheads of Gold were Known by his Means.

Publisher: [London] : London : Printed for T. Vere and J. Wright, 1676. Reprinted and sold by James Caulfield, Bookseller and Stationer, no. 6, Clare Court, Drury Lane, 1794.
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Named Person: William Sommers; William Sommers
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 642235936
Description: 1 online resource ([4], 34 pages, plates)

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