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First Date 1580
Last Date
Title Euphues and his England, CONTAINING. his voyage and aduentures, myxed with sundry pretie discourses of honest Loue, the discription of the countrey, the Court, and the manners of that Isle: 278
Author John Lyly (c.1553/1554–1606)
Quote Fidus calling these Gentle-men uppe, brought them into his garden, where under a sweete Arbour of Eglentine, the byrdes recording theyr sweete notes, hee also strayned his olde pype, and thus beganne.
Notes Imprinted at London for Gabriell Cawood, dwelling in Paules Church-yard.
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