Wits cabinet or, A companion for young men and ladies containing I. The whole art of wooing, and making love; with the best complemental letters, elegant epistles, amorous addresses, and answers, in a most pleasant and ingenious strain: with the newest songs, sung at court and both theatres. II. The school of Bacchus; or, the whole art of drinking. taught by a new and most learned method. III. The interpretation of all sorts of dreams. IV. The art of chiromancy and palmestry. V. The several sorts of cosmeticks for clearing and beautifying the face and taking away all freckles morphew, tetters, and ring-worms, and for preserving the complexion, ... VI. The use of metals and precious stones and the way to counterfeit them. VII. Several of the choicest secrets of art and nature. VIII. General rules for the gentile behaviour of young men and ladies in all company. IX. Several sorts of news from divers parts, very jocose and pleasant; with merry riddles.
printed for H. Rhodes, at the Star, the corner of Bride-lane, in Fleet-street,
|Edition:||The eighth edition, much enlarged.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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