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Creator: William Covell
Title: Polimanteia, or, The meanes lawfull and vnlawfull, to iudge of the fall of a common-wealth, against the friuolous and foolish coniectures of this age. Whereunto is added, a letter from England to her three daughters, Cambridge, Oxford, Innes of Court, and to all the rest of her inhabitants: perswading them to a constant vnitie of what religion soever they are, for the defence of our dread soveraigne, and natiue cuntry: most requisite for this time wherein wee now live.
Date: [Cambridge and London] : Printed by Iohn Legate, printer to the Vniversitie of Cambridge [and J. Orwin in London] 1595. And are to be sold [by R. Bankworth] at the signe of the Sunne in Pauls Church-yard in London, [1595]
Repository: Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, USA
Call number and opening: STC 5883 copy 3, sig. R2v-R3r 
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Adam G. Hooks, "Polimenteia: Earliest printed direct reference to Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis and Lucrece," Shakespeare Documented,

Folger Shakespeare Library, STC 5883 copy 3. See Shakespeare Documented