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GAUDEN, John (1605--1662)
A discourse of auxiliary beauty. Or artificiall hansomenesse. In point of conscience between two ladies.
[London]: printed for R: Royston, at the Angel in Ivie-Lane, 1656.
[8], 200 p. ; 17.3 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. Attributed to John Gauden (presumed to be the compiler of Charles I's Eikon Basilike) but also sometimes to Jeremy Taylor and to Obadiah Walker. The errata slip indicated by ESTC is not present in the Soane copy. Annotation on Thomason copy: 'July. 7'. Wing G355; Thomason E.1594[1]; ESTC r202122.

Copy Notes Front free-endpaper inscribed in ink with price 1s-6d.

Binding C17th or C18th uncovered boards.

Reference Number 4698


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