A larume belle for London, with à caueat or warning to England also a pitifull complaint of the penitente synner, newlie set forthe by Ihon Carre, citezein of London. (1573)
A larume belle for London, with à: caueat or warning to England also a pitifull complaint of the penitente synner, newlie set forthe by Ihon Carre, citezein of London.
Carr, John, citezein of London.
The Caveat is signed: W. Phillippes.
Actual printer's name from STC.
Signatures: a b4 (-b4).
Imprinted at London : By [W. How for] Henry Kirckham, at the signe of the blacke Boie, at the little north doore of Poules, 1573.
STC (2nd ed.) / 4684
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