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Author: Philpot, John, Master in Arts.
Title: A prospective-glasse for gamesters: or, A short treatise against gameing:: in which is contained a plaine and perfect manifestation of the inconveniencies, miseries and calamities which the user or practiser of unlawfull games doth bring upon himselfe, not onely in regard of his mortall body, but also upon his eternall soule. Wherein also these six evill consequences of gaming are exactly and pertinently handled, viz. [brace] Drunkennesse. Lying. Swearing. [double brace] Adultery. Poverty. Theevery. [brace] Written at the request of a gamester, upon his detestation of his former idle life and practice in this kind. / By John Philpot Master in Arts. Dedicated to the honest and judicious youngmen and apprentices of the honourable city of London. Published according to order.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A prospective-glasse for gamesters: or, A short treatise against gameing:: in which is contained a plaine and perfect manifestation of the inconveniencies, miseries and calamities which the user or practiser of unlawfull games doth bring upon himselfe, not onely in regard of his mortall body, but also upon his eternall soule. Wherein also these six evill consequences of gaming are exactly and pertinently handled, viz. [brace] Drunkennesse. Lying. Swearing. [double brace] Adultery. Poverty. Theevery. [brace] Written at the request of a gamester, upon his detestation of his former idle life and practice in this kind. / By John Philpot Master in Arts. Dedicated to the honest and judicious youngmen and apprentices of the honourable city of London. Published according to order.
Philpot, John, Master in Arts., Philipot, John, 1589?-1645.

London: Printed for Thomas Bates, at the Maidenhead on Snow-hill, neere Holborne Conduit, 1646.
Subject terms:
Gambling -- Religious aspects
Vices
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90647.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Young-men and Apprentices inhabi∣ting within the City of London.
A Treatise against Gaming.