The enemy of idlenesse Teaching a perfect platforme how to indite epistles & letters of all sortes: aswell by answer as otherwise: no lesse profitable then pleasant. The whole deuided into foure bookes: newly published and augmented by W. F. The contents appeare in the table at the latter end thereof. This booke by practise of the pen, and iudgement of the wise; stands enemy to idlenesse, and friend to exercise.
Printed by Edw: All-de, for Iohn Tap, dwelling at St. Magnus corner,
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