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Author: Gentillet, Innocent, ca. 1535-ca. 1595.
Title: A discourse vpon the meanes of vvel governing and maintaining in good peace, a kingdome, or other principalitie. Divided into three parts, namely, the counsell, the religion, and the policie, vvhich a prince ought to hold and follow. Against Nicholas Machiavell the Florentine. Translated into English by Simon Patericke.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse vpon the meanes of vvel governing and maintaining in good peace, a kingdome, or other principalitie. Divided into three parts, namely, the counsell, the religion, and the policie, vvhich a prince ought to hold and follow. Against Nicholas Machiavell the Florentine. Translated into English by Simon Patericke.
Gentillet, Innocent, ca. 1535-ca. 1595., Patrick, Simon, d. 1613,

London: Printed by Adam Islip, 1602.
Alternate titles: Discours, sur les moyens de bien gouverner et maintenir en bonne paix un royaume ou autre principauté. English Discours, sur les moyens de bien gouverner et maintenir en bonne paix un royaume ou autre principauté. Discourse upon the meanes of wel governing and maintaining in good peace, a kingdome, or other principalitie.
Notes:
A translation of: Gentillet, Innocent. Discours, sur les moyens de bien gouverner et maintenir en bonne paix un royaume ou autre principauté.
A reply to: Machiavelli, Niccoláo. Il principe.
First two words of title are xylographic.
The first leaf is blank.
With two final leaves bearing "A table of the maximes"; the last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Machiavelli, Niccoláo, -- 1469-1527. -- Principe -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Political science -- Early works to 1800.
Political ethics -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A01615.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE MOST FAMOVS YONG GENTLEMEN, AS WELL FOR RELIGION, MODESTIE, AND OTHER VERTVES, AS AL∣so for kinred, Francis Hastings, and Edward Bacon, most heartie salutations.
Greeke, Latine, and French Authors, out of which, are extracted the Hystories and other things alledged in these Discourses against Machiavell.
part 1
A Preface to the first Part, entreating what Counsell a Prince should use.
THE FIRST PART, ENTREA∣ting what Counsell a Prince should use.
1. Maxime.
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2. Maxime.
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3. Maxime.
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THE SECOND PART, TREA∣ting of the Religion which a Prince ought to hold.
¶ The Praeface.
1. Maxime.
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THE THIRD PART, TREATING of such Pollicie, as a Prince ought to hold in his Commonweale.
¶ The Praeface.
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THE INDEX OR TABLE OF Machiavels Maximes, confuted in those dis∣courses, divided into three parts.
The Maximes of the first part doe handle such Counsell as a Prince should take.
The Maximes of the second part, handling the Religion which a Prince ought to observe and be of.
The Maximes of the third Part, entreating of such Policie as a Prince ought to have.