Life in Elizabethan days, a picture of a typical English community at the end of the sixteenth century, by William Stearns Davis ...


New York, London, Harper and Brothers, 1930.

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Subjects England -- Social life and customs -- 16th century.
England.
Manners and customs.
Description xii pages, 1 leaf, 376 pages including illustrations, plates frontispiece, plates 21 cm
Copyright Date 1930.
Summary "The author takes an imaginary person, Sir Walter Hollydean of Boroughport, and around this central figure and his intimates weaves a picture of the typical modes, manners and customs of an English community in the time of Queen Elizabeth." Book revised digest.
Geographic Area England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)398365
(OCoLC)ocm00398365
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WorldCat Identities Davis, William Stearns, 1877-1930.
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