The Parliament of Ladies. Or, Divers remarkable passages of Ladies in Spring-Garden; in Parliament Assembled. Vespre Veneris Martis: 16. 1647. Ordered by the Ladies in Parliament Assembled, That their Orders and Votes be forthwith Printed and published, to prevent such misreports and scandals, which either malice, or want of wit, hightned with snoffes of Ale or stayned Claret may cause, in the dishonour of the said Votes and Parliament. Betrice Kingsmill Clar. Parliament

TitleThe Parliament of Ladies. Or, Divers remarkable passages of Ladies in Spring-Garden; in Parliament Assembled. Vespre Veneris Martis: 16. 1647. Ordered by the Ladies in Parliament Assembled, That their Orders and Votes be forthwith Printed and published, to prevent such misreports and scandals, which either malice, or want of wit, hightned with snoffes of Ale or stayned Claret may cause, in the dishonour of the said Votes and Parliament. Betrice Kingsmill Clar. Parliament
Year for Search1647
Authors[Neville], [Henry](1620-94)
Pagination16 pp.
Date Published1647
PublisherNp
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
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Satire on contemporary society, politics, and gender relations. One of five related pamphlets by Neville, four in 1647 and one in 1750. His 1647 The Ladies, A Second Time, Assembled in Parliament is a sequel.

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(1620-94)

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1647 [Neville, Henry] (1620-94). The Parliament of Ladies. Or, Divers remarkable passages of Ladies in Spring-Garden; in Parliament Assembled. Vespre Veneris Martis: 16. 1647. Ordered by the Ladies in Parliament Assembled, That their Orders and Votes be forthwith Printed and published, to prevent such misreports and scandals, which either malice, or want of wit, hightned with snoffes of Ale or stayned Claret may cause, in the dishonour of the said Votes and Parliament. Betrice Kingsmill Clar. Parliamen. [London]: Np. 16 pp. CtY

Satire on contemporary society, politics, and gender relations. One of five related pamphlets by Neville, four in 1647 and one in 1750. His 1647 The Ladies, A Second Time, Assembled in Parliament is a sequel.