A Health to the Gentlemanly profession of Seruingmen: or, The Seruingmans Comfort: With other thinges not impertinent to the Premisses, as well pleasant as profitable to the courteous Reader ...
|Related Names:||M., I. , Markham, Gervase 1568?-1637, supposed author.|
Imprinted at London by W. W. 1598.
England > Social life and customs.
"The epistle to the reader" signed : I. M. The work has been "doubtfully assigned" to Gervase (Jervis) Markham. cf. Dict nat. biog.
(In Hazlitt, W. C., ed. Inedited tracts. London, 1868. 23 cm. p. -167)
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