No whippinge, nor trippinge:
but a kinde friendly snippinge. London, 1601. A poetical reply, moral, satirical, and proverbial, during the literary quarrel between Ben Jonson, John Marston, W. Ingram, of Cambridge, and others. Reprinted from the original ed., lately in the possession of Charles E. Isham, and now in the British Museum, with a bibliographical pref. by Charles Edmonds.
|Main Author:||Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?|
London E. Mathews 1895.
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