The Second part of the Anatomie of Abuses, conteining The Display of Corruptions, with a perfect description of such imperfections, blemishes and abuses, as now reigning in euerie degree, require reformation for feare of Gods vengeance to be powred vpon the people and countrie, without speedie repentance and conuersion vnto God: made dialogwise by Phillip Stubbs.

TitleThe Second part of the Anatomie of Abuses, conteining The Display of Corruptions, with a perfect description of such imperfections, blemishes and abuses, as now reigning in euerie degree, require reformation for feare of Gods vengeance to be powred vpon the people and countrie, without speedie repentance and conuersion vnto God: made dialogwise by Phillip Stubbs.
Year for Search1583
AuthorsStubbes, Phillip (c. 1555 – c. 1610)
Date Published[1583]
PublisherPtd. by R[oger] W[ard] for William Wright
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Continuation of 1583 Stubbes published six months after the first part and divided into abuses of temporality and spirituality. The former includes a continuation of the critique of fashion, but stresses is more concerned with law, education, trade, poor relief, farming, and so forth. The latter attacks the church. The running head is “The display of Corruptions”, which gives a generally accurate idea of the contents.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. of an abbreviated ed. as Phillip Stubbes’s Anatomy of the Abuses in England in Shakespere’s Youth, A. D. 1583. Part II. The Display of Corruptions Requiring Reformation. Ed. Frederick J. Furnivall. London: Publisht for The New Shakespeare Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1882 (LLL); and as The Second Part of the Anatomie of Abuses. New York: Garland, 1973.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(c. 1555 – c. 1610.

Full Text

[1583] Stubbes, Phillip. The Second part of the Anatomie of Abuses, conteining The Display of Corruptions, with a perfect description of such imperfections, blemishes and abuses, as now reigning in euerie degree, require reformation for feare of Gods vengeance to be powred vpon the people and countrie, without speedie repentance and conuersion vnto God: made dialogwise by Phillip Stubbs. London: Ptd. by R[oger]W[ard] for William Wright. Rpt. of an abbreviated ed. as Phillip Stubbes’s Anatomy of the Abuses in England in Shakespere’s Youth, A. D. 1583. Part II. The Display of Corruptions Requiring Reformation. Ed. Frederick J. Furnivall. London: Publisht for The New Shakespeare Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1882 (LLL); and as The Second Part of the Anatomie of Abuses. New York: Garland, 1973. L, LLL, PSt

Continuation of 1583 Stubbes published six months after the first part and divided into abuses of temporality and spirituality. The former includes a continuation of the critique of fashion, but stresses is more concerned with law, education, trade, poor relief, farming, and so forth. The latter attacks the church.The running head is “The display of Corruptions”, which gives a generally accurate idea of the contents.