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Transcribed from: Dickenson, John, romance writer. Arisbas, Euphues amidst his slumbers, or, Cupid's iourney to hell. Decyphering a myrror of constancie, a touch-stone of tried affection, begun in chaste desires, ended in choise delights, and emblasoning beauties glorie, adorned by natures bountie. Vvith the trivmph of trve loue, in the soyle of false fortune London : Imprinted ... by Thomas Creede [etc.], 1594.  p.
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