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Author: Smyth, R.
Title: An artificiall apologie, articulerly [sic] answerynge to the obstreperous obgannynges of one W.G. euometyd to the vituperacion of the tryumphant trollynge Thomas Smyth / repercussed by the ryght redolent & rotounde rethorician R. Smyth, P. with annotacio[n]s of the mellifluous and misticall Master Mynterne, marked in the mergent for the enucliacion of certen obscure obelisques, to thende that the imprudent lector shulde not tytubate or hallucinate in the labyrinthes of the lucubratiuncle.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An artificiall apologie, articulerly [sic] answerynge to the obstreperous obgannynges of one W.G. euometyd to the vituperacion of the tryumphant trollynge Thomas Smyth / repercussed by the ryght redolent & rotounde rethorician R. Smyth, P. with annotacio[n]s of the mellifluous and misticall Master Mynterne, marked in the mergent for the enucliacion of certen obscure obelisques, to thende that the imprudent lector shulde not tytubate or hallucinate in the labyrinthes of the lucubratiuncle.
Smyth, R.

[London]: Imprynted at London by Rycharde Bankes. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum. And to be sell [sic] in Pater noster rowe at the signe of the Rose, [1540]
Notes:
In verse.
Includes marginal notes in Latin.
Publication date from STC (2nd ed.).
Reproduction of original in the Society of Antiquaries.
Subject terms:
Smyth, Thomas, -- servaunt to the Quenes most excellent Majestie.
Gray, William.
Ballads, English.
Broadsides -- London (England) -- 16th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12556.0001.001

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¶ An artificiall Apologie, articulerlye answerynge to the obstreperous Obgannynges of one W. G. Euometyd to the vituperacion of the tryumphant trollynge Thomas smyth. Repercussed by the ryght redolent & rotounde rethorician R. Smyth P. with annotaciōs of the mellifluous and misticall Master Mynterne, marked in the mer∣gent for the enucliacion of certen obscure obelisques, to thende that the imprudent lector shulde not tytubate or halluci∣nate in the labyrinthes of this lucubratiuncle.
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