William Shakespeare Signatures and Notes from Castiglione’s The courtier (1603)

From The courtier of Counte Baldessar Castilio Diuided into foure bookes. Verie necessarie and profitable for young gentlemen and gentlewomen, abiding in court, palace, or place. Translated into English by Tho. Hobby, London : Printed by Thomas Creede, 1603.

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2 Responses to William Shakespeare Signatures and Notes from Castiglione’s The courtier (1603)

  1. knitwitted says:

    ”The Courtyer … done into Englyshe” by Thomas Hoby. B.L. as catalogued at the British Library. See Notes: With spurious autographs of Shakespeare, forged by Samuel W. H. Ireland.

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