Kalōz telōnēsantai or, The excise-man : Shewing the excellency of his profession, how and in what it precedes all others; the felicity he enjoys, the pleasures as well as qualifications that inevitably attend him, notwithstanding the opprobrious calunmies of the most inveterate detractor. Discovering his knowledge in the arts, men and laws in an essay. By Ezekiel Polsted, A.B.
printed and sold by John Mayos, at the Colden Cross in Thames-street near Queenhithe,
|Series:||Early English Books, 1641-1700
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