Browsing by Author "Basse, William, d. ca. 1653, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A helpe to discourse. Or, A miscelany of merriment Consisting of wittie, philosophical and astronomicall questions and answers. As also, of epigrams, epitaphs, riddles, and iests. Together with the countrymans counsellour, next his yearely oracle or prognostication to consult with. Contayning diuers necessary rules and obseruations of much vse and consequence being knowne. By W.B. and E.P.Date of publication:
1619Author(s):Description:Often attributed to William Basse, Edward Phillips or Edward Pond; this attribution, however, is doubtful. L5r is a separate dated title page, reading: The country-mans counsellor. Or Necessary addition to his yearely ...This item contains 4 files (3.45 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)A helpe to discovrse: or, More merriment mixt with serious matters. Consisting of witty philosophicall, grammaticall, physicall, astronomicall questions and answers. As also, epigrams, epitaphs, riddles, jests, posies, love-toyes, &c. re-added and plentifully dispersed. Together with The country-mans counsellor, and his yearly oracle and prognostication, with additions, or a helpe to preserve his health, never before printed.Date of publication:
1648Author(s):Description:Imperfect: tightly bound, cropped with some loss of text. "The Country-mans Counsellor ... by E.P." (p. -251) and "Sphinx and Oedipus" (p. -374) each have separate t. p., "printed for I.B. and are to be sold by ...This item contains 4 files (59.29 KB).Publicly Available