The First Comedy of Pvb. Terentivs
Called Andria, Or, The Woman of Andros, English and Latine. Claused for such as would write or speake the pure language of this Author, after any Method whatsoeuer, but especially after the Method of Dr. Webbe /
Priuiledged by Patent from his Maiestie.
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London, Printed by Felix Kyngston for Philip Waterhouse, and are to bee sold at his shop at the signe of St. Pauls Head, in Cannin streete neere London-Stone. 1629.
The translation, usually attributed to George Webb, Bp. of Limerick, may be by Joseph Webbs. cf. Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance, V. XXIII (1961) p. 327-340.
Physical description: , 192 (i.e. 194),  p. 21 x 16 cm.
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