Tell-Trothes New-Yeares gift ... And The passionate Morrice. 1593.--John Lane's Tom Tell-Troths message, and his pens complaint. 1600.--Thomas Powell's Tom of all trades. Or The plaine path-way to preferment ... 1631.--The glasse of Godly loue. (By John Rogers?) 1569.-- Ed. by Frederick J. Furnivall.
|Main Author:||Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910.|
|Other Authors:||Lane, John, fl. 1620., Powell, Thomas, 1572?-1635?|
London, Pub. for the New Shakspere society, by N. Trübner & co., 1876.
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.
3 p.l., [v]-xxviii p., 2 l., -210 p.
|Original Classification Number:||820.8 F99t|
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