|Title:||An argument wherin the apparaile of women is both reproued and defended|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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An argument wherin the apparaile of women is both reproued and defended
Jmprinted at London in Fletestrete: In the house of Thomas Berthelet Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum, Anno MDLI 
|Alternate titles:||Ab urbe condita libri. Selections. English. 1534.|
Imperfect: torn, with loss of text.
Place and publisher from colophon.
Signatures: A-C8, D4.
Reproduction of original in: Harvard University. Library.
Clothing and dress -- Social aspects -- Early works to 1800.
Roman women -- Early works to 1800.
Sumptuary laws -- England -- Early works to 1800.
The printer to the reder.
The letter sent by may∣ster Thomas to the gentle woman, with the transla∣cions that she desyred.
The notes of the peo∣ples beneuolence promi∣sed in my letter.
T. L. Decad. 4. lib. 4.
The oracion of Cato agaynst womens libertee.
The oracion of Lucius Valerius agaynst Catos.
A table of suche wordes as the reder smally skilled, shall not well perceiue.