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[FLOYD, John] A paire of spectacles for Sir Humfrey Linde to see his way withall, or an answeare to his booke called, Via Tuta ..., [?Rouen: ?widow of Nicolaus Courant], 1631. 8° (first few margins a little frayed, occasional light spotting), contemporary limp vellum (soiled); some old underlining and occasional manuscript annotations. FIRST EDITION. STC 11112.
T. T. The Whetstone of Reproofe. Or a reproving censure of the misintitled safe way: declaring it the discouverie of the authors fraudulent proceeding, & captious cauilling, to be a miere by-way drawing pore travellers out of the royall & common streete, & leading them deceitfully in to a path of perdition, Douai: Marcus Wyonis, 1632. 8° (lacking gathering F but gathering B bound in a second time instead, occasional light spotting) [bound with the same author's:] An Appendix to the Whetstone, Douai: Marcus Wyonis, 1632. 8° (occasional light spotting), 2 parts in one volume, contemporary limp vellum. STC 23630; not in Halkett & Lang. (2)
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