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Author: Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587?
Title: The right excellent and famous historye, of Promos and Cassandra deuided into two commicall discourses. In the fyrste parte is showne, the vnsufferable abuse, of a lewde magistrate: the vertuous behauiours of a chaste ladye: the vncontrowled leawdenes of a fauoured curtisan. And the vndeserued estimation of a pernicious parasyte. In the second parte is discoursed, the perfect magnanimitye of a noble kinge, in checking vice and fauouringe vertue: wherein is showne, the ruyne and ouerthrowe, of dishonest practises: with the aduauncement of vpright dealing. The worke of George Whetstones Gent.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The right excellent and famous historye, of Promos and Cassandra deuided into two commicall discourses. In the fyrste parte is showne, the vnsufferable abuse, of a lewde magistrate: the vertuous behauiours of a chaste ladye: the vncontrowled leawdenes of a fauoured curtisan. And the vndeserued estimation of a pernicious parasyte. In the second parte is discoursed, the perfect magnanimitye of a noble kinge, in checking vice and fauouringe vertue: wherein is showne, the ruyne and ouerthrowe, of dishonest practises: with the aduauncement of vpright dealing. The worke of George Whetstones Gent.
Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587?

[Imprinted at London: By [John Charlewood for] Richarde Ihones, and are to be solde ouer agaynst Saint Sepulchres Church, without Newgate, August. 20. 1578]
Alternate titles: Promos and Cassandra. Historie of Promos and Cassandra. Promos and Cassandra.
Notes:
In verse.
Imprint from colophon; actual printer's name from STC.
Signatures: A-M4.
The last leaf is blank.
Running title reads: The historie of Promos and Cassandra.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A15045.0001.001

Contents
title page
❧ TO HIS WORSHIPFVLL friende, and Kinseman, William Fleetewoode Esquier, Recorder of London.
¶ The Printer to the Reader.
❧The Argument of the whole Historye.
❧ The Historie, of Promos and Cassandra.
part 1
Actus. 1.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 1. Scena. 2.
Actus. 1. Scena. 3.
Actus. 1. Sce. 4.
Actus. 2.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 2. Scena. 2.
Actus. 2. Scena. 3.
Actus. 2. Scena. 4.
Actus. 2. Scena. 4.
Actus. 2. Scena. 5.
Actus. 2. Scena. 6.
Actus. 3.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 3. Scena. 2.
Actus 3. Scena. 3.
Actus. 3. Scena. 4.
Actus. 3. Scena. 5.
Actus. 3. Scena. 6.
Actus. 3. Scena. 7.
Actus 4.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 4. Scena. 2.
scene 3
scene 4
Actus. 4. Scena. 5.
Actus. 4. Scena. 6.
Actus. 4. Scena. 7.
Actus. 5.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 5. Scena. 2.
Actus. 5. Scena. 3.
Act. 5. Scena. 4.
Scena. 5.
Actus. 5. Scena. 6.
❧ The seconde part of the Famous Historie of Promos and Cassandra.
Actus. 1.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 1. Scena. 2.
Actus. 1. Scena. 3.
Actus. 1. Scena. 4.
Actus 1. Scena. 5.
Actus. 1. Scena. 6.
Actus. 1. Scena. 7.
Actus. 1. Scena. 8.
Actus. 1. Scena. 9.
Actus. 2.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 2. Scena. 2.
Actus. 2. Scena. 4.
Actus. 2. Scena. 5.
Actus. 2. Scena. 6.
Actus 3.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 3. Scena. 2.
Actus 4.
Scena. 1.
Actus. 4. Scena. 2.
Actus. 5.
Scena. 1.
Actus 5. Scena. 2.
Actus. 5. Scena. 3.
Actus. 5. Scena. 4.
Actus. 5. Scena. 5.
colophon