Start Over Please hold this item Export MARC Display Return To Browse
 
     
Limit search to available items
Record: Previous Record Next Record
Author Dorrell, Hadrian.
Title Willobie his Auisa. Or the true picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife : In hexamiter verse. The like argument wherof, was neuer hereto fore published. Read the preface to the reader before you enter farther.
Alternative Title Willobie his Avisa
True picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife.
Willobie his Avisa. Or the true picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife.
Publication Info Imprinted at London : By Iohn Windet, 1594.



Descript [8], 65 [i.e. 62] leaves
Note Ostensibly edited by Dorrell from papers left by Henry Willoughby; thought to be the work of Dorrell himself, though the name is probably a pseudonym (see DNB under Willoughby).
Folio numbers 29-31 omitted in foliation.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Click on the terms below to find similar items in the catalogue
Author Dorrell, Hadrian.
Series Early English books online.
Alt author Willoughby, Henry, 1574?-1596?
Alternative Title Willobie his Avisa
True picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife.
Willobie his Avisa. Or the true picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife.
Descript [8], 65 [i.e. 62] leaves
Note Ostensibly edited by Dorrell from papers left by Henry Willoughby; thought to be the work of Dorrell himself, though the name is probably a pseudonym (see DNB under Willoughby).
Folio numbers 29-31 omitted in foliation.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Author Dorrell, Hadrian.
Series Early English books online.
Alt author Willoughby, Henry, 1574?-1596?
Alternative Title Willobie his Avisa
True picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife.
Willobie his Avisa. Or the true picture of a modest maid, and of a chast and constant wife.

Descript [8], 65 [i.e. 62] leaves
Note Ostensibly edited by Dorrell from papers left by Henry Willoughby; thought to be the work of Dorrell himself, though the name is probably a pseudonym (see DNB under Willoughby).
Folio numbers 29-31 omitted in foliation.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Alt author Willoughby, Henry, 1574?-1596?

Links and services for this item: