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100 0  W. W.,|dactive 1577-1582. 
240 10 Merie and pleasant prognostication devised after the 
       finest fashion 
245 12 A nevv, and merrie prognostication: deuised, after the 
       finest fashion. Made and written for this present yeare, 
       by foure witty doctors as shall appeare, Spendall, Whoball,
       and Doctor Dews-ace, with them Will Sommer takes his place,
       they haue consulted all in deede, to solace them, that 
       this shall reede 
246 2  Merie and pleasant prognostication devised after the 
       finest fashion. 
246 2  Prognostication. 
260    At London :|bPrinted by Edward All-de, and are to be sold 
       by Iohn Tapp at his shop at Saint Magnus Corner,|c1623. 
300    [36] p. :|bill. (woodcut) 
500    Preface signed: W.W. 
500    Sometimes attributed to J. Dernyll. 
500    In verse. 
500    Originally published in 1577 as: A merie and pleasant 
       prognostication devised after the finest fashion. 
500    Incorporates most of the text of STC 394.5: A mery 
       pronosticacion for the yere of Chrystes incarnacyon a 
       thousande fyve hundreth fortye and foure. 
500    Title page in red and black. 
500    Signatures: A-D⁴ E² . 
500    Running title reads: A prognostication. 
500    Reproduction of the original in the British Library. 
700 1  Sommers, William,|d-1560. 
700 1  Dernyll, J. 
730 0  Mery pronosticacion for the yere of Chrystes incarnacyon a
       thousande fyve hundreth fortye and foure. 
830  0 Early English books online. 
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