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Robert Greene, M.A.: The blacke bookes messenger, 1592.

Robert Greene

Robert Greene, M.A.: The blacke bookes messenger, 1592.

"Cuthbert Conny-catcher" [pseud.]: The defence of Conny-catching, 1592.

by Robert Greene

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Published by Barnes & Noble in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime -- England -- London,
  • London (England) -- Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBlacke bookes messenger., Defence of conny-catching.
    SeriesBodley Head quartos -- v. 10
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 32, 65, [1] p.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23019708M

    - Elizabethan and Jacobean Quartos: Robert Greene, M.A. The Blacke Bookes Messenger () and Cutherbert Conny-Catcher: The Defence of Conny-Catching () HARVEY, GEORGE COCKBURN (EDITOR) AND EDWIN JOHN PRITTIE (ILLUSTRATOR) - Robin Hood HASEGAWA PUBLISHING - The Tongue-Cut Sparrow: Japanese Early Fairy Tale Series No. 2. ROBERT (c. ), M.A., first preacher in Jamestown with original colonists, formerly of Reculver, Kent; what little is known about him is summed up in Charles W. F. Smith, "Chaplain Robert Hunt and His Parish in Kent," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, XXVI (), , while pertinent documents are in Barbour.

    The rehearsal transpros'd, or, Animadversions upon a late book intituled, A preface, shewing what grounds there are of fears and jealousies of popery: Marvell, Andrew, / [] Plain-dealing, or, A full and particular examination of a late treatise, entituled, Humane reason by A.M., a countrey gentleman. Marvell, Andrew, § Canon of Chaucer’s Works. This has already been considered, at considerable length, in vol. i. pp. 20– But it is necessary to say a few words on the whole subject, owing to the extremely erroneous opinions that are so widely prevalent.

    Of the imitation of Christ, three, both for wisedome, and godlines, most excellent bookes; made yeeres since by one Thomas of Kempis, and for the worthines thereof oft since translated out of Latine into sundrie languages by diuers godlie and learned men. The first attempt to present Capt. John Smith's works objectively and with sympathetic understanding of their character was made by Edward Arber in Before that, and since the days of their original printing, only scattered bits had been republished for one or another reason -- on occasion even merely to disparage or glorify the man or what he wrote, depending on the publisher's bent.


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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A dispvtation, betweene a hee conny-catcher, and a shee conny-catcher, whether a theefe or a whoore, is most hurtfull in cousonage, to the Commonwealth: discovering the secret villanies of alluring strumpets / (London: Imprinted by A.I.

for T.G. [i.e. by A. Jeffers for T. Gubbins], ), by Robert Greene (page images at HathiTrust).[14] This Browne was in all probability the notorious Ned Browne of whom Robert Greene wrote inThe Blacke Bookes Messenger, "Laying open the life and death of Ned Browne one of the worst cutpurses, crosbiters, and conycatchers that ever lived in England.

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