notable discovery of coosnage, 1591. The second part of conny-catching, 192
Publisher: Barnes & Noble in New York
Written in English
- Crime and criminals -- England -- London,
- London (England) -- Social life and customs
|Other titles||The second part of conny-catching, The art of conny-catching, Conny-catching|
|Statement||edited by G.B. Harrison.|
|Series||Elizabethan and Jacobean quartos|
|Contributions||Harrison, G. B. 1894-1991|
|LC Classifications||PR2544 N6 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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