|Author:||Gayton, Edmund, 1608-1666.|
|Title:||Chartæ scriptæ: or A new game at cards, call'd Play by the booke.:|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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Chartæ scriptæ: or A new game at cards, call'd Play by the booke.:
Gayton, Edmund, 1608-1666.
[Oxford: s.n.], Printed in the year, 1645.
Political satire, English
Charles -- King of England, -- 1600-1649
To the most VERTVOVS, And therefore most ACCOMPLISH'D LADY, the LADY V. M.
To the Ingenuous Reader, A Directory to Play.
To his Deare Friend, the Author.
THE INSPIRER. To his Deare Friend the Author, Upon His CHARTae SCRIPTae.
To his most loving Friend, the AUTHOR.
An Advertisement to the Ʋertuous LADIES.
ON CHARTAE SCRIPTAE.
To his Friend, on his Ingenious CHARTAE SCRIPTAE.
Incertus AUTHOR, to his Anonymos Friends.
The ACE, Vnity.
The King of HEARTS.
The Queene of HEARTS.
The King of DIAMONDS.
The Queene of DIAMONDS.
The King of SPADES.
The Queene of SPADES. Ʋpon the Queene of Spaines death.
The King of CLUBS.
The Queene of CLUBS.
The Knave of HEARTS.
The Knave of DIAMONDS. Prince GRIFFITH.
The Knave of SPADES.
The Knave of CLUBS.