2 edition of A new booke of mistakes. Or, Bulls with tales, and buls without tales found in the catalog.
A new booke of mistakes. Or, Bulls with tales, and buls without tales
|Other titles||New booke of mistakes, Bulls with tales, bulls without tales., Bulls with tales, and buls without tales.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1167:3.|
|Contributions||Chamberlain, Robert, b. 1607 attributed name.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 250 p.|
|Number of Pages||250|
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A new booke of mistakes. Or, Bulls with tales, and buls without tales But no lyes by any meanes. Get this from a library. A new booke of mistakes. Or, Bulls with tales, and buls without tales. But no lyes by any meanes. [Robert Chamberlain] -- Sometimes attributed to Robert Chamberlain.
With a title-page woodcut. Printer's name from STC. Running title reads: Bulls with tales, bulls without tales. Reproduction of the original in the.
A new booke of mistakes. Or, Bulls with tales, and buls without tales: But no lyes by any meanes. A new booke of mistakes. Or, Bulls with tales, and buls without tales: But no lyes by any meanes. Published: (). Paddiana, or, A dissertation, philosophical and analytical, critical and satirical, on Irish bulls to which is added, a collection of blundering songs and sayings.
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