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100 1  Rice, Richard,|dactive 1548-1579. 
240 10 Invective againste vices, taken for vertue. 
245 13 An inuectiue against vices, taken for vertue. Gathered out
       of the scriptures by the vnprofitable seruant of Iesus 
       Christ, R. Rice. Also certayne necessary instructions, 
       meete to be taught the yonger sort, before they come to be
       partakers of the holie communion. Writ- [sic] D. VV. 
       Archdeacon 
246 2  Invective against vices, taken for vertue. 
246 2  Destruction of small vices. 
260    Imprinted at London :|bBy T. O[rwin] for Henrie Kirkham,
       |c1589. 
300    [88] p. 
500    Printer's name from STC. 
500    Running title reads: The destruction of small vices. 
500    A diatribe against playing cards, dice, tennis, bowls, 
       etc. 
500    Text ends with "A forme of thankesgiuing, and prayer to be
       vsed by all godlie Chrisitans in their families" (with 
       caption title). 
500    Signatures: A-E F⁴. 
500    "Certayne necessary instructions" lacking in this copy. 
500    Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare 
       Library. 
650  0 Amusements|xReligious aspects|vEarly works to 1800. 
700 0  D. W.,|cArchdeacon. 
830  0 Early English books online. 
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