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Author: Painter, William, 1540?-1594.
Title: The second tome of the Palace of pleasure conteyning store of goodly histories, tragicall matters, and other morall argument, very requisite for delighte and profit. Chosen and selected out of diuers good and commendable authors: by William Painter, clerke of the ordinance and armarie. Anno. 1567.
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Print source: The second tome of the Palace of pleasure conteyning store of goodly histories, tragicall matters, and other morall argument, very requisite for delighte and profit. Chosen and selected out of diuers good and commendable authors: by William Painter, clerke of the ordinance and armarie. Anno. 1567.
Painter, William, 1540?-1594.

Imprinted at London: In Pater Noster Rowe, by Henry Bynneman, for Nicholas England, [1567]
Alternate titles: Palace of pleasure. Vol. 2
Subject terms:
English literature -- Translations from Italian.
Italian literature -- Translations into English.
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