New recreations or A rare and exquisite invention, for the exercising of acute wits, and industrious dispositions. Replenished with mysteries, secrets, and rarities, both arithmeticall and mathematicall. Whereby any one of mean capacitie, may readily and infallibly finde out the Christian names of men and women, their titles of honour, ages, offices, trades or callings of life, places of birth, houses of residence appertaining to scholars, either in the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge, or the inns of court and chauncerie. ... By Nich. Hunt, Mr of arts[.]
printed by J[ohn]. M[acock]. for Luke Fawn, at the Parrot in Pauls Church-yard,
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