The araignment of lewde, idle, froward, and vnconstant women, or the vanitie of them, choose you whether. : With a commendation of wise, vertuous and honest woman [sic] : Pleasant for married men, profitable for young men, and hurtfull to none.

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Author / Creator:Swetnam, Joseph, active 1617.
Imprint:Edinburgh : Printed by Iohn Wreittoun., 1629.
Description:1 online resource ([78] p. :) ill.
Subject:Misogyny -- Early works to 1800.
Women -- Social and moral questions -- Early works to 1800.
Women -- Social and moral questions.
Early works.
Essays -- England -- 17th century.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Varying Form of Title:Arraignment of lewd, idle, froward, and unconstant women, or the vanitie of them, choose you whether
Notes:Woodcut illustration on title page; initials; tail-piece.
Signatures: A-E⁸ (last leaf blank?).
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
"The epistle to the reader" signed: Thomas Tel-troth, i.e. Joseph Swetnam.
STC (2nd ed.) 23540
Summary:Discourse on feminine vices.