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{{SrcVars}}<div class="no-img">Heywood, John. ''Iohn Heywoodes woorkes. A dialogue conteyning the number of the effectuall prouerbes in the English tonge, compact in a matter concernynge two maner of mariages. With one hundred of epigrammes: and three hundred of epigrammes vpo[n] thrée hundred prouerbes: and a fifth hundred of epigrams. Whereunto are now newly added a sixte hundred of epigrams'' by the sayde Iohn Heywood. Londini: Printed by Henry Wykes, 1566. Sigs.: A-2D⁴ 2E² (-E2).
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<div class="no-img">{{SrcVars}}Heywood, John. ''Iohn Heywoodes woorkes. A dialogue conteyning the number of the effectuall prouerbes in the English tonge, compact in a matter concernynge two maner of mariages. With one hundred of epigrammes: and three hundred of epigrammes vpo[n] thrée hundred prouerbes: and a fifth hundred of epigrams. Whereunto are now newly added a sixte hundred of epigrams'' by the sayde Iohn Heywood. Londini: Printed by Henry Wykes, 1566. Sigs.: A-2D⁴ 2E² (-E2).
  
  
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Latest revision as of 06:14, 15 November 2017

Heywood, John. Iohn Heywoodes woorkes. A dialogue conteyning the number of the effectuall prouerbes in the English tonge, compact in a matter concernynge two maner of mariages. With one hundred of epigrammes: and three hundred of epigrammes vpo[n] thrée hundred prouerbes: and a fifth hundred of epigrams. Whereunto are now newly added a sixte hundred of epigrams by the sayde Iohn Heywood. Londini: Printed by Henry Wykes, 1566. Sigs.: A-2D⁴ 2E² (-E2).


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