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Author: Mason, Robert, 1571-1635.
Title: A nevv post vvith soueraigne salue to cure the worlds madnes. Expressing himselfe in sundrie excellent essayes or wittie discourses. A marke exceeding necessary for all mens arrowes: whether the great mans flight, the gallants rouer. the wisemans prickeshaft, the poore mans butshaft, or the fooles birdbolt, quantus in orbe dolus. By Sir I.D. Knight.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A nevv post vvith soueraigne salue to cure the worlds madnes. Expressing himselfe in sundrie excellent essayes or wittie discourses. A marke exceeding necessary for all mens arrowes: whether the great mans flight, the gallants rouer. the wisemans prickeshaft, the poore mans butshaft, or the fooles birdbolt, quantus in orbe dolus. By Sir I.D. Knight.
Mason, Robert, 1571-1635., Davies, John, 1569-1626.

[London]: Printed for Iohn Mariot, [1620]
Alternate titles: Reasons academie Reasons academie. New post.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Robert Mason.
Formerly attributed to Sir John Davies, who apparently wrote the poem "Reasons moane" at end.
The lines "the great mans flight .. the fooles birdbolt" are bracketed together on the title page.
Publication date from STC.
A reissue of "Reasons academie", with quire A reprinted by George Eld: A1, title page as above; A2-3, new introduction; A4 signed "B" and cancelling original B1. In this issue the first line of text on B1r ends: consist.
Variant: new A2-4 not present; B1 is cancellandum, with first line of text ending: to dis-.
Identified as STC 6354 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Reason -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07222.0001.001

Contents
title page
A NEVV POST
ESSAY I.
Of Number.
Of place.
Of Time.
The knitting together of number, place, and time and their necessarie vses, which can∣not be wanting.
Reason is the Founder of Arts.
Things aboue Nature, and naturall.
Things against nature.
An example of an vnnaturall product.
Reason sheweth, this life it but an ap∣prentiship.
Reasons moane.