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Author: Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?
Title: Englands selected characters, describing the good and bad worthies of this age.: VVhere the best may see their graces, and the worst discerne their basenesse. The particulars be these, 1 A worthy king. 2 An unworthy king. 3 A worthy queen. 4 An unworthy woman. 5 A worthy prince. 6 An unworthy prince. 7 A worthy Privy counsellour. 8. An unworthy Privy counsellour. 9 A worthy noble-man. 10 An unworthy noble-man. 11 A worthy bishop or minister. 12 An unworthy bishop or minister. 13 A worthy judge. 14 An unworthy judge. 15 A worthy knight & souldier. 16 An unworthy knight & souldier. 17 A worthy gentleman. 18 An unworthy gentleman. 19 A worthy lawyer. 20 An unworthy lawyer. 21 A worthy souldier. 22 An untrained souldier. 23 A worthy physitian. 24 An unworthy physitian 25 A Jesuit reprobated. 26 A cowardly Cavalier. 27 A bawd of the black guard. 28 A malignant knave a hatcher of plots.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Englands selected characters, describing the good and bad worthies of this age.: VVhere the best may see their graces, and the worst discerne their basenesse. The particulars be these, 1 A worthy king. 2 An unworthy king. 3 A worthy queen. 4 An unworthy woman. 5 A worthy prince. 6 An unworthy prince. 7 A worthy Privy counsellour. 8. An unworthy Privy counsellour. 9 A worthy noble-man. 10 An unworthy noble-man. 11 A worthy bishop or minister. 12 An unworthy bishop or minister. 13 A worthy judge. 14 An unworthy judge. 15 A worthy knight & souldier. 16 An unworthy knight & souldier. 17 A worthy gentleman. 18 An unworthy gentleman. 19 A worthy lawyer. 20 An unworthy lawyer. 21 A worthy souldier. 22 An untrained souldier. 23 A worthy physitian. 24 An unworthy physitian 25 A Jesuit reprobated. 26 A cowardly Cavalier. 27 A bawd of the black guard. 28 A malignant knave a hatcher of plots.
Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?

London: Printed for T. S., 1643.
Alternate titles: Good and the badde.
Subject terms:
Characters and characteristics
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A77333.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
text
1. A worthy King
2. An unworthy King
3. A worthy Queen
4. An unworthy Queen or woman
5. A worthy Prince
6. An unworthy Prince
7. A worthy Privy Councellor
8. An unworthy Privy Councellor
9. A worthy Noble-mans
10 An unworthy Nobleman
11 A worthy Bishop or Minister
12 An unworthy Bishop or Minister
13 A worthy Judge
14 An unworthy Judge
15 A worthy Knight and Souldier
16 An unworthy Knight and Souldier
17 A worthy Gentleman
18 An unworthy Gentleman
19 A worthy Lawyer
20 An unworthy Lawyer
28. A worthy Souldier
22 An untrained Souldier
23 A worthy Physitian
24 An unworthy Physitian.
25 A Jesuit reprobated
26 A cowardly Cavalier
27 A Bawd of the blacke Guard
28 A malignant knave a hatcher of plots