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Author: Lenton, Francis, fl. 1630-1640.
Title: A piece of the world, painted in proper colours. Presented to the illusterous [sic] Majesty of our most gracious Queene Mary. / By Francis Lenton gent. Her Majesties poet..
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A piece of the world, painted in proper colours. Presented to the illusterous [sic] Majesty of our most gracious Queene Mary. / By Francis Lenton gent. Her Majesties poet..
Lenton, Francis, fl. 1630-1640., Raworth, John, d. 1645, printer.

London,: Printed by John Raworth,, 1640..
Subject terms:
Characters and characteristics -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B07802.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his most lov'd friend Mr. FRANCIS LENTON.
The Contents.
TO The Illustrious Majesty OF Great Brittaines Monarchesse, Our most Gratious Queen, MARIE.
Characters.
1. A State Polititian,
2. A Gallant Courtier.
3. A young Barrester.
4. A Commissary,
5 A Parasite or Flatterer,
6. An unxorious man.
7. A countrey Widdow.
8. A Chamber-maid.
9. A broken Citizen.
10 An old Bawd.
11. A Pander.
12. A Countrey Girle or Darling.
13. A Lawyers Clarke.
14. A Carle, or Farmers Te∣nant.
15 A double benefic't Parson.
16. A young School-master,
17. A Countrey Alewife,
18. An Aldermans daughter.
19. A Prodigall,
20. An Vsurer,
21. A Broker.
22. A Thraso or Bragga∣dotia,
23. A Sempster Shop-keeper,
24. A Prostitute or Common Whore,
25. An ordinary Gamester.
26. An Host,
27 A common Drunkard,
28 An Elder Brother,
29. A yong Innes a Court Gen∣tleman.
30. A Low-Countrey Common Souldier.
31. A Gentleman-usher,
32. A Cuckold,
33. An Informer,
34. A Batchelour.
35 An under-Sheriffe.
36. A Drawer.
37. A good Husband,
38. A Constant man.
39. A jealous man,
40. A desperate man,
A true friend,