The English secretorie: or, plaine and direct method, for the enditing of all manner of epistles or letters, aswell familliar, as others: distinguished by their diuersities vnder their seuerall titles, the like whereof hath neuer hetherto beene published. Studiously, now corrected, refined & amended, in far more apt & better sort then before: according to the authors true meaning, deliuered in his former edition: together (also) with the second part then left out, and long since promised to be performed. Also, a declaration of all such tropes, figures or schemes, as either vsually, or for ornament sake, are in this method required. Finally, the partes and office of a secretorie, in like maner, amplie discoursed. All which, to the best and easiest direction that may be, for young learners and practicters: are now, newlie, wholelie and ioyntly published. By Angel Day

Publication Date1595
Extent[8], 148, 135, [5] p.
Publisherrinted by R[ichard]. I[ones]. [and J. Orwin] for C. Burbie, and are to be sould at his shop, at the Royal Exchange


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