Nonsence upon sence: or Sence, upon nonsence

Publication Date1651
Remainderchuse you whether, either or neither : the second part to the same sence, and for the same reasons aleadged in the former impression : in longitude, latitude, crassitude, magnitude, and amplitude, lengthened, widened, enlarged, augmented, encreased, made wider, and sider, by the addition of letters, sillables, words, lines, and far fetch'd sentences written upon white paper, in a browne study, betwixt Lammas day and Cambridge, in the yeare aforesayd, beginning at the end, and written by John Taylor at the Signe of the poore Poets Head, in Phenix Alley, neare the middle of Long Aker, or Covent Garden
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