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Raynalde, Thomas. The birth of man-kinde; otherwise named The womans booke. Set forth in English by Thomas Raynald physitian, and by him corrected and augmented. The contents are in the table following, but chiefly in the prologue

Raynalde, Thomas. The byrth of mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke Newly set furth, corrected and augmented. Whose co[n]tentes ye maye rede in the table of the booke, and most playnly in the prologue. By Thomas Raynold phisition

Raynalde, Thomas. The byrth of mankynd, otherwyse named the womans boke Newly set forth, corrected and augmented, whose co[n]tentes ye may reade in thee table of the boke, and moste playnely in the prologue. By Thomas Raynald phisition

Raynalde, Thomas. The birth of mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke Newly set foorth, corrected, and augmented. Whose contentes ye may reade in the table of the booke, and most plainely in the prologue. By Thomas Raynalde phisition

Raynalde, Thomas. The birth of mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke Newly set foorth, corrected, and augmented. Whose contentes ye may reade in the table of the booke, and most plainely in the prologue. By Thomas Raynalde physition

Raynalde, Thomas. The birth of mankinde, otherwyse named The vvomans booke. Set foorth in English by Thomas Raynalde phisition, and by him corrected, and augmented. Whose contents yee may reade in the table folowyng: but most playnely in the prologue

Raynalde, Thomas. The birth of mankinde, otherwise named The womans booke. Set foorth in English by Thomas Raynalde phisition, and by him corrected, and augmented. Whose contents yée may reade in the table following: but most plainely in the prologue