The Resource The Elizabethan underworld; : a collection of Tudor and early Stuart tracts and ballads telling of the lives and misdoings of vagabonds, thieves, rogues and cozeners, and giving some account of the operation of the criminal law., The text prepared with notes and an introduction by A.V. Judges. With 20 illustrations

The Elizabethan underworld; : a collection of Tudor and early Stuart tracts and ballads telling of the lives and misdoings of vagabonds, thieves, rogues and cozeners, and giving some account of the operation of the criminal law., The text prepared with notes and an introduction by A.V. Judges. With 20 illustrations

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The Elizabethan underworld; : a collection of Tudor and early Stuart tracts and ballads telling of the lives and misdoings of vagabonds, thieves, rogues and cozeners, and giving some account of the operation of the criminal law.
Title
The Elizabethan underworld;
Title remainder
a collection of Tudor and early Stuart tracts and ballads telling of the lives and misdoings of vagabonds, thieves, rogues and cozeners, and giving some account of the operation of the criminal law.
Statement of responsibility
The text prepared with notes and an introduction by A.V. Judges. With 20 illustrations
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
820.8
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Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
  • facsimiles
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR429.R6
LC item number
J8
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The Elizabethan underworld; : a collection of Tudor and early Stuart tracts and ballads telling of the lives and misdoings of vagabonds, thieves, rogues and cozeners, and giving some account of the operation of the criminal law., The text prepared with notes and an introduction by A.V. Judges. With 20 illustrations
Publication
Contents
Preface.--Introduction.--The highway to the spitalhouse, by R. Copland.--A manifest detection of dice-play, by G. Walker (?)--The fraternity of vagabonds, by J. Awdeley.--A caveat for common cursitors, by T. Harman.--A notable discovery of cozenage; The second part of Cony-catching; The third part of Cony-catching; a disputation between a he-cony-catcher and a she-cony catcher; The black book's message, by R. Greene.--The black dog of Newgate, by L. Hutton.--Luke Hutton's lamentation.--The testament of Laurence Lucifer (being a part of The black book) by T. Middleton (?)--The bellman of London; Latern and candlelight; O per se O, by T. Dekker.--Martin Markall, beadle of Bridewell, by S. Rid (?)--The counter's comminwealth, by W. Fennor.--The song of a constable, by J. Gyffon.--Notes to the text.--Glossary--Index
Control code
30029437
Dimensions
26 x 20 cm.
Extent
lxiv, 543 p.
Other physical details
front., illus., plates, facsims.
System control number
(OCoLC)602620
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