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Author: Bernard, John, d. 1567?
Title: The tranquillitie of the minde A verye excellent and most comfortable oration, plainely directing euerye man, & woman, to the true tranquillitie and quyetnesse of their minde. Compyled in Latine by Iohn Barnarde, student in the Vniuersity of Cambridge, now lately translated into Englishe by Anthony Marten.
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Print source: The tranquillitie of the minde A verye excellent and most comfortable oration, plainely directing euerye man, & woman, to the true tranquillitie and quyetnesse of their minde. Compyled in Latine by Iohn Barnarde, student in the Vniuersity of Cambridge, now lately translated into Englishe by Anthony Marten.
Bernard, John, d. 1567?, Marten, Anthony, d. 1597.

Anno. 1570. Imprinted at London: By Henry Denham, for Wylliam Norton, [1570]
Alternate titles: Oratio pia, religiosa, et solatii plena, de vera animi tranquillitate. English
Subject terms:
Contentment -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08964.0001.001

Contents
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To the ryght Honorable the Lord William Howarde, Barron of Effingham, Knight of the most Noble order of the Gar∣ter, and Lorde Chamberlaine of the Queenes Maiesties moste Honorable houshold: Anthony Marten Sewer of hir highnesse most hono∣rable Chamber, wish∣eth helth, prospe∣ritie, and peaceable tranquillitie of minde in Christ Iesu.
To the Reader.
An admonition to the Reader.
A godly and faythfull O∣ration full of comfort, which intreateth of true tranquillitie of the minde, compiled and gathe∣red in Latin by Iohn Barnard, englished by Anthonie Marten.