|Author:||Scott, William, 17th cent.|
|Title:||An essay of drapery: or, The compleate citizen. Trading iustly. Pleasingly. Profitably. By William Scott.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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An essay of drapery: or, The compleate citizen. Trading iustly. Pleasingly. Profitably. By William Scott.
Scott, William, 17th cent., Droeshout, John, d. 1652,
London: Printed by Eli. All-de, for Stephen Pennell, and are to be sold at his shop upon London Bridge neere the Gate, 1635.
|Alternate titles:||Essay of drapery Compleat citizen.|
The words "iustly. Pleasingly. Profitably." are bracketed together on the title page.
With an additional title page, engraved, signed: Io: Droeshout sculp.
Running title reads: The compleat citizen.
With a final privilege leaf; A1 and the last three leaves are blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
TO THE VVOR∣SHIPFVLL Mr. GEORGE SCOTT ESQUIRE.
TO THE READER.
AN ESSAY OF DRAPERY.
THE COMPLEAT CITIZEN.
He shall live justly.
He shall live Plea∣singly to
Hee shall live Plea∣singly to others.
He shall live Profitably. to
Hee shall live Profi∣tably to others.