The rocke of regard diuided into foure parts. The first, the castle of delight: wherin is reported, the wretched end of wanton and dissolute liuing. The second, the garden of vnthriftinesse: wherein are many swéete flowers, (or rather fancies) of honest loue. The thirde, the arbour of vertue: wherein slaunder is highly punished, and vertuous ladies nad gentlewomen, worthily commended. The fourth, the ortchard of repentance: wherein are discoursed, the miseries that followe dicing, the mischiefes of quareling, the fall of prodigalitie: and the souden ouerthrowe of foure notable cousners, with diuers other morall, natural, & tragical discourses: documents and admonitions: being all the inuention, collection and translation of George Whetstons Gent. (eBook, 1576) [WorldCat.org]
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The rocke of regard diuided into foure parts. The first, the castle of delight: wherin is reported, the wretched end of wanton and dissolute liuing. The second, the garden of vnthriftinesse: wherein are many swéete flowers, (or rather fancies) of honest loue. The thirde, the arbour of vertue: wherein slaunder is highly punished, and vertuous ladies nad gentlewomen, worthily commended. The fourth, the ortchard of repentance: wherein are discoursed, the miseries that followe dicing, the mischiefes of quareling, the fall of prodigalitie: and the souden ouerthrowe of foure notable cousners, with diuers other morall, natural, & tragical discourses: documents and admonitions: being all the inuention, collection and translation of George Whetstons Gent. Preview this item
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The rocke of regard diuided into foure parts. The first, the castle of delight: wherin is reported, the wretched end of wanton and dissolute liuing. The second, the garden of vnthriftinesse: wherein are many swéete flowers, (or rather fancies) of honest loue. The thirde, the arbour of vertue: wherein slaunder is highly punished, and vertuous ladies nad gentlewomen, worthily commended. The fourth, the ortchard of repentance: wherein are discoursed, the miseries that followe dicing, the mischiefes of quareling, the fall of prodigalitie: and the souden ouerthrowe of foure notable cousners, with diuers other morall, natural, & tragical discourses: documents and admonitions: being all the inuention, collection and translation of George Whetstons Gent.

Author: George Whetstone
Publisher: [Imprinted at London [By H. Middleton] for Robert Waley Anno. 1576]
Series: Early English Books Online / EEBO
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George Whetstone
OCLC Number: 837515946
Accession No: (DE-627)55285915X (DE-576)9552859158 (DE-599)GBVNLM001549715 (OCoLC)837515946
Notes: "The garden of vnthriftinesse", "The arbour of vertue", and "The ortchard of repentance" each have a divisional title page; the latter has separate pagination; register is continuous.
Reproduction of a photostat of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Consists mainly of translations from the Italian.
STC (2nd ed.), 25348.
Partly in verse.
Publisher's name and publication date from colophon; printer's name from STC.
P. 123 misnumbered 121.
eebo-0113.
Description: 1 Online-Ressource ([12], 128, 121 [i.e. 123], [1] p).
Series Title: Early English Books Online / EEBO
Other Titles: Ortchard of repentance
Garden of unthriftinesse
Arbour of vertue
Garden of vnthriftinesse

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