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Author: Thorowgood, G.
Title: Pray be not angry: or, The womens new law:: With their several votes, orders, rules, and precepts, to the London-prentices, both in Cheap-side, Lumbard-street, Fish-street, Gracious-street, Broad-street, Fleet-street, Newgate-market, the Strand, Convent-garden; and all other places whatsoever, in and about the City of London, or parts adjacent. Likewise, their rare presidents and instructions, both to young-men and old, for the choosing of a good wife, or vertuous mistress; and how they shall know and distinguish an honest woman from an enticing and dissembling whore. Printed according to order; being pleasant for young-men, profitable for old-men, and hurtful to none.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Pray be not angry: or, The womens new law:: With their several votes, orders, rules, and precepts, to the London-prentices, both in Cheap-side, Lumbard-street, Fish-street, Gracious-street, Broad-street, Fleet-street, Newgate-market, the Strand, Convent-garden; and all other places whatsoever, in and about the City of London, or parts adjacent. Likewise, their rare presidents and instructions, both to young-men and old, for the choosing of a good wife, or vertuous mistress; and how they shall know and distinguish an honest woman from an enticing and dissembling whore. Printed according to order; being pleasant for young-men, profitable for old-men, and hurtful to none.
Thorowgood, G.

London: Printed for George Horton, 1656.
Subject terms:
Misogyny
Women
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94300.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the READER.
Pray be not angry: Or, The Womens new Law.