The first part of the pleasant and princely history of the gentle-craft

Publication Date1678
RemainderA discourse containing many matters of delight: very pleasant to read. Shewing what famous men have been shoo-makers in time past in this land, with their worthy deeds, and great hospitality. Set forth with pictures, and variety of wit and mirth. Declaring the cause why it is called the gentle-craft: and also how the proverb first grew: a shoo-makers son is a prince born. T.D
Extent[8], 50, [2] p.
Publisherprinted by T.M. for William Thackery in Duck-Lane, near West-Smith-field




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