|Title:||Hornbyes hornbook. Iudge not too rashly, till through all you looke; if nothing then doth please you, burne the booke. By William Hornbye, gent.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Hornbyes hornbook. Iudge not too rashly, till through all you looke; if nothing then doth please you, burne the booke. By William Hornbye, gent.
Printed by Aug. Math[ewes] for Thomas Bayly, and are to be sold at his shop in the middle row neere Staple Inn: , 1622.
Printer's name from STC.
Woodcut title vignette.
Signatures: A-B C4 (-A1, blank?).
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Hornbooks -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE HO∣NOVRABLE AND HOPEFVLL YOVNG Gentleman, Sir ROBERT CARR, Barronet, W. H. wisheth increase of all honorable ver∣tues.
TO THE VVOR∣SHIPFVLL YOVNG GEN∣TLEMAN, THOMAS GRANTHAM, Esquire, Sonne and Heire to Sir THO∣MAS GRANTHAM, Knight; W.H. wisheth all Health and Hap∣pinesse.
To the Worshipfull and vertu∣ous young Gentleman, Mr. Rochester Carre: W.H. wisheth increase of all spirituall and temporall blessings.
TO THE REA∣DER.