The double-armed man, by the new inuention : briefly shewing some famous exploits atchieued by our Brittish bowmen: with seuerall portraitures proper for the pike and bow

Author

William Neade

Place

London

Artist

William Neade

Note

Dedication to Charles I: f. A2r-4v.
Woodcut decorated initials; woodcut ornaments; illustrations are woodcuts; woodcut on title-page.
Victoria University Library copy has bookplates of C. Duffell Faulkner, F.R.H.S., Deddington and The Fox Pointe Collection Library of Dr. and Mrs. H.R. Knohl.
Victoria University Library copy bound in 19th-century straight grained green morocco with gilt fillets.

Archive Location

Library Catalog

Short Title

Double-armed man, by the new invention

Call Number

U877 .N4 1625

References

STC (2nd ed.), no. 18416

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Collection

Citation

William Neade, “The double-armed man, by the new inuention : briefly shewing some famous exploits atchieued by our Brittish bowmen: with seuerall portraitures proper for the pike and bow,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed July 19, 2024, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/10377.