The academy of complements Wherein, ladies, gentlewomen, schollers, and strangers, may accommodate their courtly practice with gentile ceremonies, complementall amorous high expressions, and forms of speaking or writing of letters most in fashion. A work perused, exactly perfected, every where corrected and enlarged, and inriched by the author, with additions of many witty poems, and pleasant songs. With an addition of a new schoole of love, and a present of excellent similitudes, comparisons, fancies, and devices.
printed for Humphrey Moseley, at the Prince's Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard,
|Edition:||The last edition, with two tables; the one expounding the most hard English words, the other resolving the most delightfull fictions of the heathen poets.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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