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Author: Thimelthorpe, C.
Title: A short inuentory of certayne idle inuentions the fruites of a close and secret garden of great ease, and litle pleasure. By C.T.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A short inuentory of certayne idle inuentions the fruites of a close and secret garden of great ease, and litle pleasure. By C.T.
Thimelthorpe, C.

Imprinted at London: In Fleet-street by Thomas Marsh, 1581.
Alternate titles: Short inventory of certayne idle inventions Short inventory of certayne idle inventions. Short inventory of certayne idle inventions.
Notes:
"The compositor to the auctour", on L2v, calls the author "Thimelthorpe".
Partly in verse.
Identified as 23952+ on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of a photostat of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13666.0001.001

Contents
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❧ TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIP∣FVLL I. R. C. T. WISH∣ETH LONGE AND prosperous lyfe, to the glory and pleasure of Al∣mighty GOD.
TO HIS VERY Louinge and especiall friende, olde Oliuer Fyndfault, of Englande, in the countye of Europe Gent. William Woulwell, in most friendlye manner sendeth most hartye greetinges.
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A SHORT PRELVDIVM to the friendly Reader.
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❧ The friendly gree∣ting and comminge togeather betwene Idlenes, & a student.
Idlenes.
Studient.
Idlenes.
Student.
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A QVESTION, BY IDLE∣nes put forth to the Studente.
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Primus.
Secundus.
Tertius.
Quatridianus.
For wearing of ringes.
The Kinge. Omnes vos defendo. I defend you all.
Youthful age.
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The Compositor to the Auctour.
To the Reader,