|Title:||Philotimus. The warre betwixt nature and fortune. Compiled by Brian Melbancke student in Graies Inne.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Philotimus. The warre betwixt nature and fortune. Compiled by Brian Melbancke student in Graies Inne.
Imprinted at London: By Roger Warde, dwelling neere vnto Holborne Conduit at the signe of the Talbot, 1583.
A variant of the 1582 edition.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
To the right honorable, Phillip, Earle of Arundell, Brian Melbancke wisheth in∣crease of honour, with the full fruition of perfect felicitie.
TO THE VVORSHIPFVL and my very frends, the Gentlemen Students in the Innes of Court and Chauncerie, and the vniuersitie of Cambridge.
George Wastnes Esquire, in com∣mendation of the Author.
The warr betwixt Nature and Fortune. The historye of Philotimus.
The sequele of Philotimus his history.
¶A contention betwixt Flattery & Slaunder whether is the worse. Aemilius against Flattery.
Philotimus his Inuectiue against Slaunder.
The vnkindly loue of Telamon to Castibula his frends wife.
¶Amor qui prior, eo potior debet esse.