The black dog of Newgate


The black dog of Newgate [Electronic resource] / by Robert Greene


Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592


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Satire, English -- 16th century

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The black dog of Newgate — 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 Judges, Arthur Valentine, 1898- lxiv, 543 p. Illus., facsims., plates. 26 cm. Octagon Books New York: 1965 MARC record consulted for validation: RLIN Online, PR429.R6 J8 1965

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