The peace-maker: or, Great Brittaines blessing [electronic resource] : Fram'd for the continuance of that mightie happinesse wherein this kingdome excells manie empires. Shewing the idlenesse of a quarrelling reputation, wherein consists neyther manhood nor wisdome. Necessarie for all magistrates, officers of peace, masters of families, for the conformation of youth, and for all his Maiesties most true and faithfull subiects: to the generall auoyding of all contention, and bloud-shedding.

Author
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627 [Browse]
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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Printed by Thomas Purfoot, An. Dom: 1619. Cum priuilegio.
Description
[40] p.

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Notes
  • With an address "To all our true-loving, and peace-embracing subjects", i.e. by James I?.
  • Cf. Folger catalogue, which gives signatures: A-E⁴.
  • This edition has C1r catchword "canst". Quires A-B are reimposed from STC 14387; quires may be mixed between the two editions.
  • Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
References
STC (2nd ed.) 14388.
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