2 edition of A Skeltonicall salutation, or condigne gratulation, and iust vexation of the Spanish nation found in the catalog.
A Skeltonicall salutation, or condigne gratulation, and iust vexation of the Spanish nation
|Other titles||Skeltonicall salutation, or condigne gratulation, and just vexation of the Spanishe nation, Skeltonicall salutation, or condigne gratulation, and just vexation of the Spanish nation.|
|Genre||Poetry, Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 551:13.|
|Contributions||Skelton, John, 1460?-1529|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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A Skeltonicall salutation, or condigne gratulation, and iust vexation of the Spanish nation: that in a bravado, spent many a crusado, in setting forth an armado England to invado.
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Publisher: Imprinted at London: [By T. Orwin] for Toby Cooke, A Skeltonicall salutation, or condigne gratulation, and iust vexation of the Spanishe nation that in a bravado, spent many a crusado, in setting forth an armado England to invado.
"A Skeltonicall salutation, Or condigne gratulation, And iust vexation. Of the Spanish nation, That in a bravado. Spent many a crusado, In setting forth an armado.
England to invado." Oxford, Joseph Barnes, 4to. "A Skeltonicall salutation," &c. Imprinted at London for Toby Cook, 4to. "A Skeltonicall salutation, Or condigne gratulation, And iust vexation Of the Spanish nation, That in a bravado Spent many a crusado, In setting forth an armado England to invado." Oxford, Joseph Barnes, 4to.
"A Skeltonicall salutation," &c. Imprinted at London for Toby Cook, 4to. The Oxford edition is recorded by Ames, and there is a copy of the. A Skeltonicall salutation, or condigne gratulation, and iust vexation of the Spanish nation: that in a bravado, spent many a crusado, in setting forth an armado England to invado Skelton.
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Early English Books Online. Imprinted at London: [By T. Orwin] for Toby Cooke., The Doctrine of Eschatology Page 4 Nathan A. Cherry, An Introduction to the Book of Revelation I.
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