The Rocke of Regard, Diuided Into Foure Parts: The First, the Castle of Delight; Vvherin is Reported, the Wretched End of Wanton and Dissolute Liuing. The Second, the Garden of Vnthriftinesse: Wherein are Many Sweete Flowers, (or Rather Fancies) of Honest Loue. The Thirde, the Arbour of Vertue: Vvherein Slaunder is Highly Punished, and Vertuous Ladies and Gentlewomen, Worthily Commended. The Fourth, the Ortchard of Repentance: Vvherein are Discoursed, the Miseries that Followe Dicing, the Mischiefes of Quareling, the Fall of Prodigalitie: and the Souden Ouerthrowe of Foure Notable Cousners, with Diuers Other Morall; Natural & Tragical Discourses, Documents and Admonitions: Being All the Inuention, Collection and Translation of George Whetstone Gent. ...

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