|Author:||Howell, Thomas, fl. 1568-1581.|
|Title:||[Newe sonets and pretie pamphlets]: [written by Thomas Howell]|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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[Newe sonets and pretie pamphlets]: [written by Thomas Howell]
Howell, Thomas, fl. 1568-1581.
[London: Thomas Colwell?, 1575?]
complaint to the god Cupid be∣ause he with his Darts perseth him alone.
A token of gratitude to his very frend,
The variable thoughts of the Louer captiue.
The defence of vvomens vvill.