Gerardo the vnfortunate Spaniard. Or A patterne for lasciuious louers Containing seuerall strange miseries of loose affection. Written by an ingenious Spanish gentleman, Don Gonçalo de Cespedes, and Meneçes, in the time of his fiue yeeres imprisonment. Originally in Spanish, and made English by L.D.

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Other titlesEspañol Gerardo., Gerardo the unfortunate Spaniard. Or A patterne for lascivious lovers., Patterne for lascivious lovers.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1131:7.
ContributionsDigges, Leonard, 1588-1635.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[8], 368, 367-475, [3] p.
Number of Pages475
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Open LibraryOL18474917M

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Gerardo the unfortunate Spaniard, or A pattern for lascivious lovers. [microform] Containing several strange miseries of loose affections. Written by an ingenuous Spanish gentleman Don Goncalo de Cespides, and Meneces, in the time of his five years imprisonment.

Originally in Spanish, and made English by L.D. Get this from a library. Gerardo the vnfortunate Spaniard. Or A patterne for lasciuious louers: Containing seuerall strange miseries of loose affection.

Written by an ingenious Spanish gentleman, Don Gonçalo de Cespedes, and Meneçes, in the time of his fiue yeeres imprisonment. Originally in Spanish, and made English by L.D.

[Gonzalo de Céspedes y Meneses; Leonard Digges]. Meneses, Gerardo the Vnfortunate Spaniard. Or A Patterne for Lasciuious Louers (London, 1 ).

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