Tell-Trothes New-yeares gift :
beeing Robin Good-Fellowes newes out of those countries where inhabites neither charity nor honesty, with his owne inuectiue against iealosy ; and, The passionate Morrice (1593). John Lane's Tom Tell-Troths message, and his pens complaint (1600) / John Lane. Thomas Powell's Tom of all trades, or, The plaine path-way to preferment, being a discovery of a passage to promotion in all professions, trades, arts, and mysteries (1631) / Thomas Powell. The glasse of godly loue (1569) / by John Rogers? /
edited by Frederick J. Furnivall.
|Main Creator:||Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910.|
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London : Published for the New Shakspere Society, by N. Trübner, 1876.
New Shakspere Society. [Publications] ser. VI: Shakspere's England. ;
With reproductions of original title-pages.
"Tom of all trades" published 1635 under title: The art of thriving.
"The glasse of Godly loue" forms part of a tract entitled: The school of honest and vertuous lyfe ... by T[homas] P[ritchard] Also a ... discourse, of the worthynesse of honorable wedlocke ... by I[ohn] R[ogers]" It is uncertain who is the author. cf. Forewords.
Physical description: xxviii p., 210 p. ; 26 cm.
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