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The Noble Arte of Venerie or Hvnting [electronic resource]: VVherein Is Handled and Set Out the Vertues, Nature, and Properties of Fiuetene Sundrie Chaces Togither, With the Order and Maner How to Hunte and Kill Euery One of Them. Translated and Collected for the Pleasure of All Noblemen and Gentlemen, Out of the Best Approued Authors, Which Haue Written Anything Concerning the Same: And Reduced Into Such Order and Proper Termes as Are Vsed Here, in This Noble Realme of England [by George Turbervile]

Turberville, George
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Cambridge, England : Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1994.
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English
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The English Poetry Full-Text Database Cambridge, England: Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1994.
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Transcribed from: The noble arte of venerie or hvnting. VVherein is handled and set out the Vertues, Nature, and Properties of fiuetene sundrie Chaces togither, with the order and maner how to Hunte and kill euery one of them. Translated and collected for the pleasure of all Noblemen and Gentlemen, out of the best approued Authors, which haue written anything concerning the same: And reduced into such order and proper termes as are vsed here, in this noble Realme of England [by George Turbervile]. [London?]: Imprinted by Henry Bynneman, for Christopher Barker, 1575.
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