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A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier

A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier

Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good councell. And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good exercises. Made by Vlpian Fulwel. Fiue may easily play this enterlude. ...

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Published by Printed by Edward Allde, and are to be solde at the Long Shop adioyning vnto Sainte Mildreds Church in the Pultrie in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesLike wil to like quod the Devel to the colier., Pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Devill to the collier.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 544:7.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[44] p.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18563450M

Page v. THE LIFE OF IGNATIUS SANCHO. "Quamvis ille niger, quamvis tu candidus effes." VIRGIL. THE extraordinary Negro, whose Life I am about to write, was born A. D. , on board a ship in the Slave-trade, a few days after it had quitted the coast of Guinea for the Spanish West-Indies, and, at Carthagena, he received from the hand of the Bishop, Baptism, and the name .


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A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier Download PDF EPUB FB2

A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good councell.

And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good exercises. Made by Vlpian Fulwel. A Pleasant Enterlude, Intituled, Like Will to Like Quoth the Deuill to the Collier Wherin Is Declared What Punishments Followe Those That Will Rather Liue Licentiously: Then Esteeme and Followe Good Councell.

Made by Vlpian Fulwel. A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier: Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good councell.

And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good exercises. Made by Vlpian Fulwel. Original title within ornamental border: A pleasant Enterlude, intituled, Like will to Like quoth the Deuill to the Collier.

Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good Councell. And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good : A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier.

Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good councell. And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good exercises. Made by Vlpian Fulwel. Original title within ornamental border: A pleasant Enterlude, intituled, Like will to Like quoth the Deuill to the Collier.

Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good Councell. And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good : active Ulpian Fulwell. The name of this matter, as I said whilere, Is, Like will to Like, quoth the Devil to the Collier.

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And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good exercises. London: Printed by Edward Allde [etc.], Original t.p. reads: A pleasant enterlude intituled, Like will to like quoth the Devill to the Collier London, Printed by Edward Allde, and are to be solde at the Long Shop adioyning unto Sainte Mildreds Church in the Pultrie, But, if they like, they're welcome to court Kate and take her off Baptista's hands.

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Originally published: A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Devill to the collier: wherein is declared what punishments followe those that will rather live licentiously, then esteeme and followe good councell, and what benefits they receive that apply them selves to vertuous living and good exercises / made by.

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Whitehall Stairs, to that at Greenwich for the sum of £ 17s. nett. Brought to auction at Sotheby's in the same year the original of this facsimile fetchtd £, being bought for the B.M. Like Will to Like, by Ulpian Fulwell. A pleasant Enterlude, | intituled, Like will to Like quoth the | Deuill to the Collier.

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