The Birth, life, death, vvil, and epitaph of Iack Pvffe gentleman
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Published by Printed for T. P. in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Puffe, Jack, -- d. 1642?,
  • Roundheads -- Anecdotes.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesBirth, life, death, wil and epitaph of Jack Puffe, gentleman, Birth, life, death, wil and epitaph of Jack Puffe, gentleman.
GenreAnecdotes.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 252:E.150, no. 1.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 7 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16701347M

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An enterlude for children to play named Iack Iugler, bothe wittie and very plesant. Newly imprinted. The names of the players. Maister Boungrace Dame Coy Iack Iugler Ienkin Careaway Alice trip and go. A gallant a gentlewoman The vice A lackey A maid. Imprinted at London: At the long shop adioyning vnto Saint Mildreds Churche in the Pultrie, by   Londinopolis an historicall discourse or perlustration of the city of London, the imperial chamber, and chief emporium of Great Britain: whereunto is added another of the city of Westminster, with the courts of justice, antiquities, and new buildings thereunto belonging / by Jam. Howel   Abuses stript, and whipt. Or Satirical essayes. By George Wyther. Diuided into two bookes Author: Wither, George,   Abel being dead yet speaketh; or, The life & death of that deservedly famous man of God, Mr John Cotton. London: printed by Tho. Newcomb for Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at his shop next the Castle-tavern in Cornhill,   Web view.

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