The antient, true, and admirable history of patient Grisel : a poore mans daughter in France: shewing, how maides, by her example, in their good behauiour may marrie rich husbands: and likewise, wiues by their patience and obedience may gaine much glorie. Written first in French. And therefore to French I speake and giue direction. For English dames will liue in no subiection. But now translated into English. Therefore say not so. For English maids and wiues surpasse the French, in goodnesse of their liues.
|Main Author:||Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375.|
At London : Printed by H. L[ownes] for William Lugger; and are to be sold at his shop in Bedlem, neere Moore-Field, 1619.
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Collation of original as reproduced: 16 l. Signatures: A-D[superscript 4]. Reproduction shows also page with shelf number facing A[superscript 1] recto.
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Running title reads: The history of patient Grisel.
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Based on day 10, novel 10 of: Boccaccio, Giovanni. Decamerone.
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