|Author:||Philibert, de Vienne, 16th cent.|
|Title:||The philosopher of the court, written by Philbert of Vienne in Champaigne, and Englished by George North, gentlema[n].|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The philosopher of the court, written by Philbert of Vienne in Champaigne, and Englished by George North, gentlema[n].
Philibert, de Vienne, 16th cent., North, George,
Imprinted at London: By Henry Binnema[n], for Lucas Harison and George Byshop, Anno. 1575.
|Alternate titles:||Philosophe de court. English Le philosophe de court.|
A translation of: Le philosophe de court.
With a final colophon leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
To the right wor∣shipfull Master Christopher Hatton Esquier, Cap∣taine of the Queenes Maiesties Garde, and Gentleman of bir highnesse priuie Chamber.
William Hitchockes Gent.
The Argument of the Booke.
The Prologue, or Authors Epistle, to his Ladie, a louer of vertue.
The Philosophie of the Court.
The definition of this Philosophie.
Of Prudence or wisdome.
Of Justice Legall, and of the Lawes Ciuill.
Of morall Iustice.
Of the seconde part of Iustice which is Distributiue, and of Liberalitie.
Of the two other partes of Liberalitie.
Prodigalitie and Couetousnesse.
Of a good Grace.
To the Reader.