Pandosto The triumph of time. VVherein is discouered by a pleasant historie, that although by the meanes of sinister fortune truth may be concealed, yet by time in spite of fortune it is most manifestly reuealed. Pleasant for age to auoide drowsie thoughts; profitable for youth to eschew other wanton pastimes; and bringing to both a desired content. By Robert Greene Master of Arts in Cambridge.
Imprinted at London :
[By T. Purfoot] for George Potter, dwelling at the signe of the Bible, neere vnto the North dore of Paules,
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