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Title: Here be certayne questyons of kynge Bocthus of the maners, tokyns, and condycions of man, with the answeres made to the same by the phylosopher Sydrac.
Publication Info: [[London] : Imprinted by me Robert Wyer, dwellynge at the sygne of S. Ioh[a]n Euangelysts in S. Martyns Parysshe besyde Charyngs Crosse, [ca. 1550]
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Title: A posing-book for scholars in short questions and answers. Containing a mixture of several things not commonly known among the meaner sort; and yet of great usefulness for all to understand that are willing to be scholars. Being only a rude essay, by a lover of learning, who intends (God permitting, and the inhabitants of England accepting) not only to make this more compleat, but also to prepare by degrees such helps for learning so far as concerns English, that none shall have cause more to complain for want of it: but the slothful, and wilfully ignorant. With allowance.
Author: Lover of learning.
Publication Info: London : printed for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns, in Cheapside, near Mercers-Chappel, 1688.
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Title: The beau's academy, or, The modern and genteel way of wooing and complementing after the most courtly manner in which is drawn to the life, the deportment of most accomplished lovers, the mode of their courtly entertainments, the charms of their persuasive language in their addresses or more secret dispatches, to which are added poems, songs, letters of love and others : proverbs, riddles, jests, posies, devices, with variety of pastimes and diversions as cross-purposes, the lovers alphabet &c. also a dictionary for making rhimes, four hundred and fifty delightful questions with their several answers together with a new invented art of logick : so plain and easie that the meanest capacity may in a short time attain to a perfection of arguing and disputing.
Author: Phillips, Edward, 1630-1696?
Publication Info: London : Printed for O. B. and sold by John Sprint at the Bell in Little-Britain, 1699.
subjects: [Courtship -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Logic -- Early works to 1800] [Epithets -- Early works to 1800] [Letter writing -- Early works to 1800] [English language -- Rhyme -- Early works to 1800] [Questions and answers -- Early works to 1800]
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