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Social England illustrated : a collection of XVIIth century tracts

Author: Andrew Lang
Publisher: New York : Cooper Square Publishers, 1964.
Series: English garner, v. 9.
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Social England illustrated.
New York, Cooper Square Publishers, 1964
(OCoLC)793930219
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Lang
OCLC Number: 254347
Notes: Reprint of the 1903 ed. (London, A. Constable).
Description: xxxii, 458 pages : facsimiles ; 23 cm.
Contents: Of English dogs, the diversities, the names, the natures and the properties / a short treatise written in Latin by Johannes Caius (1536) and newly drawn into English by Abraham Fleming, 1576. --
The petty navy royal / by Dr. John Dee [Ap. The British Mnarchy, 1577]. --Notes on wines used in England / by Dean William Turner [From a New Book of the Nature and properties of all Wines, 1568]. --
A politic plat for the honour of the Prince, the great profit of the public state, relief of the poor, preservation of the rich, reformation of rogues and idle person, and the wealth of thousands that know not how to live / by Robert Hitchcock, Gentleman, 1580. --
Elizabeth arms England, which Mary had left defenceless / by the Rev. William Harrison, B. D. (from the 'Description of England' in Holinshed's Chronicles, Bk. II, chap. 16). --
The most dangerous and memorable adventure of Richard Ferris, one of the five ordinary Messengers of Her Majesty's Chamber, who departed from Tower Wharff, on Midsummer Day last ... in a small wherry boat to row, by sea, to the city of Bristow / by Richard Ferris, 1590. --
The English Army rations in the time of Queen Elizabeth / by Captain Robert Hitchcock of Caversfield (An appendix to W. Garrard's The Art of War,1591). --
A brief note of the benefits that grow to this realm, by the observation of fish days : with a reason and cause wherefore the law in that behalf made, is ordained / the Privy Council, 10th March 1594.--
Kemp's nine days' wonder, performed in a dance from London to Norwich, containing the pleasure, pains and kind entertainment of William Kemp, between London and that city, in his late Morrice / written by himself [William Kemp] to satisfy friends, 1600. --
The great frost, a familiar talk between a Countryman and a Citizen touching this terrible frost, and the Great Lottery, and the effects of them, 1608. --
The secrets of angling: teaching the choicest tools, baits, and seasons, for the taking of any fish in pond or river: practised and familiarly opened in three books / by J.D., Esquire. --
Comments on the secrets of angling / by William Lauson, (Second edition, Augmented with many approved experiments), 1653. --
England's way to win wealth, and to employ ships and mariners; or, A plain description what great profit it will bring into the Common Wealth of England, by the erecting, building and adventuring of Busses to sea, a fishing / by Tobias Gentleman, Fisherman and Mariner, 1614. --
Britain's buss, or A computation as well of the Charge of a Buss or Herring Fish Ship; as also of the Gain and Profit thereby / by E.S., 1615. --
The King's Majesty's declaration to his subjects concerning lawful sports to be used / King James, 24th May 1618. --
The same with preface and conclusion by King Charles, 1633. --
Leather: a discourse tendered to the High Court of Parliament --
The Carrier's Cosmography ; or, a Brief Relation of the Inns, Ordinaries, Hostelries, and other lodgings in and near London ; where the Carriers, Waggons, Foot-posts and Higglers do usually come from any parts ... with nomination of what days of the week they do come to London ... As also where the Ships, Hoys, Barks, Tiltboats, Barges and Wherries do usually attend / by John Taylor, 1637. --
The Worth of a Penny ; or, a caution to keep money, With the causes of the scarcity and misery of the want hereof in these hard and merciless Times / by H. P[eacham], Master of Arts, 1647 --
A Narrative of all the Proceedings in the Draining of the Great Level of the Fens, Extending into the Counties of Northampton, Lincoln, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, and Huntingdon, and the Isle of Ely ; from the time of Queen Elizabeth until this present May, 1661 / by N. N., 1661. --
Hints for Travellers, 1571-1671 / by Edward Leigh, Esquire, M.A. (From three Diatribes, etc.). --
The Second Generation of English Professional Actors, 1625-1670 / by James Wright. (From Historia Histrionica, 1699). --
An account of the Torments the French Protestants endure aboard the Galleys / by John Bion ... chaplain to the Superbe Galley, in the French Service, 1708.
Series Title: English garner, v. 9.
Responsibility: with an introduction by Andrew Lang.

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