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Author: Howard, Thomas, 17th/18th cent.
Title: The history of the seven wise mistrisses of Rome ... wherein, the treachery of evil counsel is discovered, the innocency of harmless virgins cleared, and the wisdom of seven wise women displayed, to the wonder of their own nation, and the administration of all the world.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The history of the seven wise mistrisses of Rome ... wherein, the treachery of evil counsel is discovered, the innocency of harmless virgins cleared, and the wisdom of seven wise women displayed, to the wonder of their own nation, and the administration of all the world.
Howard, Thomas, 17th/18th cent.

London: Printed for M. Wright ..., 1663.
Alternate titles: Seven wise mistresses of Rome
Notes:
Preface by Thomas Howard, to whom the work has been attributed. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Chap-books.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44659.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Epistle To the READER.
THE HISTORY Of the Seven Wise Mistrisses.
Chap. 1.
Chap. 2.
Chap. 3.
Chap. 4.
Chap. 5.
Chap. 6.
The first Example of Radamentus.
The Declaration of the Example.
The Example of the first Mistriss.
The second Complaint of Radamentus.
The second Example of Radamentus.
The Example of the second Mistriss.
The third Complaint of Radamentus.
The third Example of Radamentus.
The Declaration of the Example.
The Example of the third Mistris.
The fourth Complaint of Radamentus
The fourth Example of Radamentus.
The Declaration of the Example.
The Example of the fourth Mistris.
The fifth Complaint of Radamentus.
The fifth Example of Radamentus.
The Example of the fifth Mistris.
The sixth Complaint of Radamentus.
The sixth Example of Radamentus.
The Example of the sixth Mistris.
The seventh Complaint of Radamentus.
The seventh Example of Radamentus.
The Example of the seventh Mistris.
Chap. 6.
The Complaint of the Princess against Ra∣damentus.
The Example of Sabrina the Empress Daughter.
Here follows the Application of the Example.
How Judgement was given upon Radamentus and his Concubine, and how they were both put to death.
Of the great and triumphant Wedding between the young Empress and Alexander King of Egypt, and of the unfortunate successes that after ensued in his Dominions.