|Title:||Omnibus & singulis. Affording matter profitable for all men, necessarie for euery man; alluding to a fathers aduice or last will to his sonne. Now published for the vse of all men, and particularly of those that doe inhabit Great Brittaine and Ireland.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Omnibus & singulis. Affording matter profitable for all men, necessarie for euery man; alluding to a fathers aduice or last will to his sonne. Now published for the vse of all men, and particularly of those that doe inhabit Great Brittaine and Ireland.
London: Printed by William Stansby, 1619.
Dedication signed: P.S., i.e. Patrick Scot.
Another edition, revised and enlarged, of STC 21858.
Identified as STC 21858 on UMI microfilm.
Signatures: A-G H4.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
To the most Sacred, Christian, truely Catho∣like and Mighty Prince, IAMES, King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, Defen∣der, &c.
To the High and Mightie, CHARLES, Prince of Great Britaine, &c.
Libri ad Serenissimam Mag. Bri∣tanniae ANNAM Reginam defunctam, Prosopopeia.
Serenissimae ANNAE Reginae, Responsio consolatoria.
THE EPISTLE Dedicatorie, OMNIBVS ET SINGVLIS.
A FATHER HIS EPISTLE (Or Introduction to the insuing Trea∣tise) to his SONNE.
OMNIBVS ET SINGVLIS: Affording matter pro∣fitable for all Men, and necessarie for euery Man.