Folger call number: PR1121 .G8 v.12
Folger holdings ID: 56269
With reproductions of original title-pages Page 201 of the Notes issued in 1883, with no. 38 of the series ("Fly-leaves, or Additional notes and illustrations ...") (PR 1121G8 v.18) "Limited to sixty-two copies--fifty distributed ... [to subscribers] and twelve editor's copies for Shakespeare students. ... Proof-sheets and waste pages have been destroyed." Willobie's Avisa, ostensibly edited by Hadrian Dorrell from papers left by his friend Henry Willoughby; thought to be the work of Dorrell himself, though the name is probably fictitious. Has been ascribed to the Earl of Southampton, Matthew Roydon, and others. The Apologie also by Dorrell: The victorie of English chastitie is signed Thomas Willoby frater Henrici Willoby nuper defuncti. Penelope's complaint contains an attack on "Avisa."
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Extended title: I. Willobie's Avisa, 1594. II. 'Apologie,' 1596. III. The victorie of English chastitie, 1596. IV. Penelope's complaint by Peter Colse, 1596 / Ed., with introduction and notes and illustrations, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart
associated with: Dorrell, Hadrian
associated with: Willoughby, Thomas
associated with: Colse, Peter