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"The ladies cabinet enlarged and opened containing many rare secrets and rich ornaments of several kindes, and different uses, comprized under three general heads viz"
Ladies cabinet opened.
Ruthven, Patrick, Lord, 1584?-1652.
[Edition statement: ] The second edit. with additions, and a particular table to each part.
An earlier edition, 1639, published under title: The ladies cabinet opened.
Preface signed: M.B.
Index: p. - at end.
, 252,  p.
London: Printed by T.M. for G. Bedell and T. Collins ...,
Wing / B136
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