Haec & hic; or, The feminine gender more worthy than the masculine. : Being a vindication of that ingenious and innocent sex from the biting sarcasms, bitter satyrs, and opprobrious calumnies, wherewith they are daily, tho undeservedly, aspers's by the virulent tongues and pens of malevolent men. ..
12mo: A⁴ (-A1) B-H¹². A1 may have been half-title; A3 is signed; p. 146 misnumbered "126"; line 14, A3v, last word is "langh", i.e. laugh.
" ... a collection of the best authors ... with some small additions of my own ..."--Preface "To all female readers" (subscribed "J.N.") -- Attributed to James Norris by Wing (2nd ed.). -- Caption title (p. 1): Haec & hic; or, The feminine gender ... -- Reissued 1684 with title: The accomplish'd lady, or Deserving gentlewoman.
"Books printed for Ja. Norris at the Kings-Arms without Temple-Bar, 1683.": p. .
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