3 edition of Work for chimny-sweepers, or, A warning for tabacconists found in the catalog.
Work for chimny-sweepers, or, A warning for tabacconists
1602 by By T. Este, for Thomas Bushell, & are to be sould at the great north dore of Powles in Imprinted at London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Warning for tabacconists|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1852:31|
|Contributions||Philaretes, fl. 1602, J. H|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Work for chimny-sweepers, or, A warning for tabacconists: describing the pernicious vse of tabacco, no lesse pleasant then profitable for all sorts to reade.
Author: Philaretes ; J. Introduction. Late in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, a treatise against tobacco, entitled Work for Chimny-Sweepers or A Warning for Tabacconists [sic], was published in London (Philaretes, ).Although the date on the publication isit was entered as A Caveat for Tabaccho in the Stationers' Register on 25 June (Arber, ).Its author gave himself Cited by: 8.
Shakespeare Association () Work for Chimny-sweepers or A Warning for Tabacconists,introduction by S.H. Atkins. Shakespeare Association Facsimile Series Oxford University Press, : Anne Charlton.
Fashionable Sin: The Social History of Tobacco and the History of the Anti-Tobacco Movement in England Work for chimny-sweepers, or, A Author: Nathaniel Mark. The tobacco plant, Nicotiana, has probably been responsible for more deaths than any other present, tobacco smoking is causing over 3 million deaths a year worldwide, and if current smoking trends continue the annual mortality will exceed 10 million by around 1 Add to this the mortality from cancers caused by oral uses and the death toll becomes still by: Only two years before James’ writing, an anonymous surgeon calling himself Philarates had published a tract called entitled ‘Work for Chimny-Sweepers or A Warning for Tabacconists’, in which Author: Malory Nye.
Wherever earlier or later editions differ significantly from that ofI have referred to them. It is a small book (9 × cm), written mainly in question and answer form, with a comprehensive contents list; all of which suggests it was intended as a quick reference book to be carried around.
Only the last two editions are by: 2.