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Author: Montalvan, Francisco Baltheo de.
Title: Naked truth, or, A plain discovery of the intrigues of amorous fops and humours of several other whimsical persons: in a pleasant and profitable dialogue between a precious saint-like sister called Terpole and Mimologos, a scoffing buffoon / written by Don Francisco Baltheo de Montalvan, and faithfully translated out of the original by W.H., M.D.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Naked truth, or, A plain discovery of the intrigues of amorous fops and humours of several other whimsical persons: in a pleasant and profitable dialogue between a precious saint-like sister called Terpole and Mimologos, a scoffing buffoon / written by Don Francisco Baltheo de Montalvan, and faithfully translated out of the original by W.H., M.D.
Montalvan, Francisco Baltheo de., W. H.

London: Printed for Thomas Palmer ..., 1673.
Subject terms:
English wit and humor
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89239.0001.001

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title page
THE TRANSLATORS PREFACE.
To his Honoured FRIEND THE Ingenious Publisher of this Face∣tious Discourse.
NAKED TRUTH OR A Plain Discovery Of the Intrigues of Amorous Fops, and Humours of several other whim∣sical persons, in a pleasant and pro∣fitable Dialogue, between a pre∣cious Saint-like Sister called Ter∣pole and Mimologos a Scoffing Buf∣foon.
Gentle Reader, these faults have escaped thorough hasty Printing, which thou art desired to correct as thou meetest with them.