The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts. Richard Allestree, supposed author.
The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.
The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.
The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.
The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.
The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.
The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.
The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.

The Ladies Calling. In Two Parts.

Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1673. Leather bound. Bound in brown leather with five raised bands on spine; gilt spine lettering; bw engraved frontispiece, bw illustrated title page, (22), 141, 95 (1) pages. Vg (leather has general wear, age toning and some staining to pages as expected with age, but pages are otherwise bound tight, clear to read.). Item #179135

Several errors throughout in pagination. Engraving of frontispiece attributed to W. Faithorne titled "The Ladies Calling". From title page: "By the author of the Whole Duty of Man. The Second Impression. Favor is deceitful, and Beauty is vain: but a Woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised. Pr. 31.30" Divided into two parts.

OCLC: 15558039

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