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The Myrrour and Dyscrypcyon of the Worlde, With Many Mervaylles and the VII Scyences as Gramayre, Rethorike Wyth the Arte of Memorye, Logyke, Geometrye, wyth the Standarde of Mesure and Weyght, and the Knowlege How a Man Sholde Mesure Londe, Borde, and Tymber, and Than Arsmetryke Wyth the Maner of Accoutes and Rekenynges By Cyfres, and Than Musyke, and Astrnomye, With Many Other Profytable and Plesant Comodytes

Title:The Myrrour and Dyscrypcyon of the Worlde, With Many Mervaylles and the VII Scyences as Gramayre, Rethorike Wyth the Arte of Memorye, Logyke, Geometrye, wyth the Standarde of Mesure and Weyght, and the Knowlege How a Man Sholde Mesure Londe, Borde, and Tymber, and Than Arsmetryke Wyth the Maner of Accoutes and Rekenynges By Cyfres, and Than Musyke, and Astrnomye, With Many Other Profytable and Plesant Comodytes
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Translator:Caxton, William, approximately 1422-1491 or 1492
Note:London: L. Andrewe, ca. 1527
  
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Stable link here:https://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupid?key=olbp78697
  
Subject:Encyclopedias and dictionaries -- Early works to 1600
Call number:PQ1486 .I5 1527
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