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GROATS-WORTH OF WIT, BOUGHT WITH A MILLION OF REPENTANCE.
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GROATS-WORTH OF WIT, BOUGHT WITH A MILLION OF REPENTANCE.

Describing the folly of youth, the faleshood of makeshift flatterers, the miseryof the negligent, and mischiefs of deceiving courtesans. Written before his death, and published at his dying request. B.H. Blackwell, Oxford 1919.
12mo. 84pp. Dec. red border to title page, dec. red initial letters. Beige cloth backed dec. boards with browned paper title labels to upper board and spine, some minor browing and light soiling, sm. nick to lower board, spine lightly browned and rubbed, uncut. No. 24 of a Limited Edition of 500 Copies. Fourth of the Sheldonian Series of reprints and renderings of Masterpieces in all languages.
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