Theatrum mundi [microform] : The theatre or rule of the world, wherin may be seene the running race & course of euery mans life, as touching miserie and felicitie, wherein be contained wonderfull examples and learned deuises, to the ouerthrovv of vice and exalting of vertue. Wherevnto is added a learned and pithie worke of the excellency of man, written in the French and Latine tongues by Peter Boaistuau, Englished by Iohn Alday, and by him perused, corrected and amended, the olde translation being corrupted.
- Imprined at London : By Thomas East, for Iohn VVyght, 1581.
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- Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 281:5.