3 edition of The shoo-makers holy-day. Or The gentle craft found in the catalog.
The shoo-makers holy-day. Or The gentle craft
by Printed [at Eliot"s Court Press] for Iohn Wright, and are to be sold at his shop without Newgate in At London
Written in English
|Other titles||Shomakers holiday, Gentle craft., Pleasant comedie of the gentle craft.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1349:1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
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The shoo-makers holy-day. Or The gentle craft: VVith the humorous life of Simon Eyre, shoomaker, and Lord Mayor of London. As it was acted before the Queenes most excellent Maiestie on New-yeares day at night, by the right Honourable the Earle of Notingham, Lord high Admirall of England, his seruants.
The shoo-makers holy-day. Or The gentle craft.: With the humorous life of Simon Eyre, shoo-maker, and Lord Mayor of London. As it was acted before the Queenes most excellent Maiestie on New Yeares Day at night, by the right honourable Earle of Nottingham, lord high admirall of England, and his seruants.
The Shoo-Makers Holy-Day, or the Gentle Craft: With the Humorous Life of Simon Eyre, Shoo-Maker, and Lord Mayor of London (Classic Reprint) Published November 13th by Forgotten Books.
The shoo-makers holy-day, or, The gentle craft: vvith the humorous life of Simon Eyre, shoomaker, and Lord Mayor of London: as it was acted before the Queenes most excellent Maiestie on New-yeares day at night, by the right Honourable the Earle of Notingham, Lord high Admirall of England, his seruants.
Jamaica the speech of W. Burge, esq. Q.C., agent for Jamaica, at the bar of the House of commons, against the bill entituled "An act to provide for the enactment of certain laws in the island of Jamaica": Friday, 7th June, by: Burge, William, Published: (). The Printer to the honest and High-spirited Gentlemen of the never decaying Art, called the Gentle Craft.
NOne but to you and returne to you my brave spirited Gentlemen Shoo-makers, upon whom, & for whose sakes I Shut up shop, this is afternoone's holy-day in honour of My two new Prentises, and this caveat for all, keepe your Bosomes. Full text of "The dramatic works of Thomas Dekker" See other formats.
Full text of "Representative English Comedies: With Introductory Essays and Notes, an " See other formats. The honour of the gentle craft a discourse of mirth and wit to the renown of those two princes Crispine and Crispianus, and all the true lovers thereof: the last and best part being a most merry and pleasant history not altogether unprofitable, nor any way hurtful: and for the glory of the gentle craft, let all men say that a shoemakers son is a prince born / by T.D.
; with a new merry song. That seeing these two Princes, Fellow servants with us, being of the Gentle Craft, May have one Holy-day to our selves. Max. What Month would you have it kept in. Bar. The five and twentieth of October, That none of our Trade may goe to bed sober.
Max. Take it: These lines of Fate thus in one circle met, If Dioclesian please shall here close up. Yea, since the suspention of our Church-government, every one that listeth turneth Preacher, as Shoo-makers, Coblers, Button-makers, Hostlers and such like, take upon them to expound the holy Scriptures, in∣trude into our Pulpits, and vent strange do∣ctrine, tending to faction, sedition, and blasphemie.
The Literati of Parnassus do with great solemnity, celebrate the Holy day dedicated to the laudable Lawrel-Leaves. ; Advert. Apollo having highly commended the King of Spains Decree, That no Advocates nor Proctor should go into the Indies: The Doctors of Law quarrel grievously with his Majesty for it.