Plaine Perceuall The Peace-Maker Of England Sweetly Indeuoring With His Blunt Persuasions To Botch Vp A Reconciliation Between Mar-Ton And Mar-Tother. (1590)by Thomas Nash
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Plaine Perceuall the peace-maker of England Sweetly indeuoring with his blunt persuasions to botch vp a reconciliation between Mar-ton and Mar-tother.
Harvey, Richard, 1560-1623?
Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601.
Signed on A4r: P.P.P., i.e. Plain Percevall Peace-maker, i.e. Richard Harvey. Sometimes attributed to Thomas Nash.
A satire in reply to the Martin Marprelate pamphlets.
The imprint is fictitious; printed in London in 1590 at Eliot's Court Press for G. Seton (STC).
With a final errata leaf.
, 26,  p.
[London] : Printed in Broad-streete at the signe of the Pack-staffe [i.e. Eliot's Court Press for G. Seton, 1590]
STC (2nd ed.) / 12914
English Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
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