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The Honorable Historie of frier Bacon, and frier Bongay

The Honorable Historie of frier Bacon, and frier Bongay



A chap book probably written towards the end of the 16th cent., on which Robert Greene may have based his play, The honorable history of Frier Bacon and Frier Bongay. Cf. Little, A.G. Roger Bacon essays, 1914, p. 360-365.
Edition statement from cover.
LC copy has hand-colored ill.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Source: Gift of John J. and Hanna M. McManus and Morris N. and Chesley V. Young, Oct. 12, 1955.
Formerly shelved under: 4 Rare Books
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