Epigrammes in the Oldest Cut, and Newest Fashion a Twise Seuen Houres (in So Many Weekes) Studie No Longer (Like the Fashion) Not Vnlike to Continue. the First Seuen. Iohn Weeuer. (1599)
by John Weever
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