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A treatise on Christian politics, or instructions for statesmen and courtiers, under the title, "Difficulter conjunguntur vita Christiana et politica, si eo velimus pergere quo politicorum maxima; qui vero utramque velit instituere vel degere, sequentia colat præcepta, in quibus bona bonis et salutaria proponuntur amplectenda," etc., Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

MS. Rawl. C. 574, fol. 10

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Divided into 77 sections, each (except the last) with a Latin heading.

Beg. "1. Pie. All our deeds are to be accoumpted for, and therfore nothing should be done repugnant to pietie."

End. "77. To much confidence is perilous in a Prince. I know right well that most excellent natures are alwayes of diffidence in such people as professe love."


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Language of Materials

  • English
  • Latin


MS. Rawl. C. 574, fol. 10

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In a different hand as the item starting fol. 1 of this volume


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