|Author:||Hyperius, Andreas, 1511-1564.|
|Title:||The regiment of the pouertie. Compiled by a learned diuine of our time D. Andreas Hyperius. And now seruing very fitly for the present state of this realme. Translated into Englishe by H.T. minister.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The regiment of the pouertie. Compiled by a learned diuine of our time D. Andreas Hyperius. And now seruing very fitly for the present state of this realme. Translated into Englishe by H.T. minister.
Hyperius, Andreas, 1511-1564., Tripp, Henry, d. 1612,
Imprinted at London: By F. Coldock, and H. Bynnneman [sic], Anno. M.D. LXXII. 
|Alternate titles:||Regiment of the povertie Regiment of povertie.|
Translator's dedication signed: Henry Tripp.
With a final colophon leaf.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Charities -- Early works to 1800.
To the right reuerende fa∣ther in God, Edmunde L. Bishop of Ro∣chester, high Almner to the Queenes maiestie, Henry Tripp wisheth prosperous successe of his labors in Gods Churche.
The greatest faults escaped in printing.
The Preface of the Authour.
Chapter. I. That it be belongeth ioyntly bother to the Ecclesiasticall, and Politike go∣uernour, to take care for the re∣liefe of the poore.
Chapter. 2. Hovve many things there be in these vvretched tymes, vvhich ought to moue vs to helpe the Poore.
Chapter. 3. That euery Parishe and Citie must take aduise, hovve they may best prouide for their pouertie, as place and time requireth.
Chapter. 4. That certen fit men must be chosen by voyces, to take charge of the vvhole businesse.
Chapter. 5. VVhat belongeth to the office of them vvhich are chosen to ouersee the Poore.
Chapter. 6. Hovve the pouertie must be searched, and those that are in deede, to be discerned from the counter∣feiters and dissemblers.
Chapter. 7. Hovve the money and necessarie char∣ges may be collected vvithout any great burthen to the Citizens.
Chapter. 8. Hovve the almes oughte ryghtly, and according to the rule of equitie to bee parted among the poore.
Chapter. 9. Of the examination of the credite and dex∣teritie of the Stevvards, and of the main∣tenance of their auctoritie.
Chapter. 10. By vvhat meanes it may be prouided, th the order for releeuing the poore once vvell begun, may not aftervvarde easily be broken off.