3 edition of Thirteene most pleasaunt and delectable questions, entituled A disport of diverse noble personages found in the catalog.
Thirteene most pleasaunt and delectable questions, entituled A disport of diverse noble personages
|Other titles||A disport of diverse noble personages., Questions of love.|
|Statement||written in Italy by M. Iohn Bocace, Florentine and poet laureat, in his booke named Philocopo ; englished anno 1566 by H.G. ; to which is prefixed an introduction by Edward Hutton.|
|Contributions||Hutton, Edward, 1875-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 102 p.|
|Number of Pages||102|
Act Regulating Banks. And the Rules and regulations for the government of the Bank of Chester County
Come back tomorrow and other plays
Voices from the interior
The glass trade beads of Europe
Readings in monetary theory
Income taxes and real estate
Counterfeit postmarking stamps.
Afterthought; pieces about writing.
Electrodynamics of electrical machines
Travels in Malta and Sicily
Becoming a caseworker
A good place to grow old
The art of the book
direct and indirect measurement of blood pressure