Vox piscis; or, The book-fish; contayning three treatises which were found in the belly of a cod-fish in Cambridge Market, on midsummer eue last, anno Domini 1626.

Author
Frith, John, 1503-1533 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London, Printed for I Boler and R. Milbourne, 1627.
Description
4 v. in 1. front. 15 cm.

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Notes
  • Signatures: A-B¹²,A-H¹²,A¹²(-A1)B-K¹²L⁶,A-H¹²I⁶(-I6).
  • Preface by Thomas Goad, who attributes the whole book to John Frith (cf. p. 18); the book has also been attributed to Richard Tracy.
  • Each part has special t.p. Parts 2 and 4 have imprint date of 1626.
Contents
[pt.1][Preface]--[pt.2]The treasure of knowledge.--[pt.3]The preparation to the crosse and to death.--[pt.4]A mirrour, or, glasse to know thy selfe. A briefe instruction, to teach a person willingly to die.
OCLC
26113024
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