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A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
A panoplie of epistles,...
1576
STC 11049 copy 1
leaf pi 6 verso detail
 
Source Title
A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
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1576
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STC 11049 copy 1
A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
A panoplie of epistles,...
1576
STC 11049 copy 1
leaf pi 6 verso
 
Source Title
A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
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1576
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STC 11049 copy 1
A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
A panoplie of epistles,...
1576
STC 11049 copy 1
endleaf recto
 
Source Title
A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
Source Created or Published
1576
Source Call Number
STC 11049 copy 1
A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
A panoplie of epistles,...
1576
STC 11049 copy 1
endleaf verso
 
Source Title
A panoplie of epistles, or, a looking glasse for the vnlearned. : Conteyning a perfecte plattforme of inditing letters of all sorts, to persons of al estates and degrees, as well our superiours, as also our equalls and inferiours: vsed of the best and the eloquentest rhetoricians that haue liued in all ages, and haue beene famous in that facultie. Gathered and translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Flemming.
Source Created or Published
1576
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STC 11049 copy 1
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