Crispine and crispianus, or, The delightful and princely history of the gentle-craft

Publication Date1800
RemainderContaining many matters of great delight, very pleasant to read; shewing what famous men have been shoemakers in old times, with their worthy deeds and generous humours: also demonstrating why it was called the gentle-craft; and how the proverb first came, that a shoemaker's son is a prince born. Concluding with the shoemakers glory: being a merry song in the praise of shoemakers; to be sung by them every year on the twenty-fifth of October, being St. Crispine. Adorned with suitable pictures
Extent72p.
LocationLondon
PublisherPrinted and sold by J. Hollis, Shoemaker-Row, Black-Friars: also sold by the booksellers in town and country

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