Willoby his Avisa, or, The true picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife.
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[Manchester : Printed for the Spenser Society by C.E. Simms], 1886.
Publications of the Spenser Society ;
issue no. 42.
With facsimile of t.p. of 1635 ed.: VVilloby his Avisa Or, The true Picture of a modest Maide, and of a chaste and constant Wife. Wherunto is added an Apologie; shewing the true meaning of Willoby his Auisa: With the victory of English Chastitie. The fifth time corrected and augmented. London, Printed by William Stansby. 1635.
Ostensibly edited by Hadrian Dorrell from papers left by his friend Henry Willoughby; thought to be the work of Dorrell himself, though the name is probably fictitious. Has been ascribed to the Earl of Southampton, and others.
Reprinted from the edition of 1645.
Physical description: 1 p. leaves, 3 p., 1 leaf, 163 p. ; 19 x 23 cm.
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