|Author:||Boileau, Jacques, 1635-1716.|
|Title:||A just and seasonable reprehension of naked breasts and shoulders written by a grave and learned papist ; translated by Edward Cooke, Esquire ; with a preface by Mr. Richard Baxter.|
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A just and seasonable reprehension of naked breasts and shoulders written by a grave and learned papist ; translated by Edward Cooke, Esquire ; with a preface by Mr. Richard Baxter.
Boileau, Jacques, 1635-1716., Cooke, Edward, fl. 1678.
London: Printed for Jonathan Edwin ..., 1678.
|Alternate titles:||De l'abus des nudités de gorge. English|
Clothing and dress -- Social aspects -- Early works to 1800.
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