|Author:||Raban, Edward, d. 1658.|
|Title:||The glorie of man consisting in the excellencie and perfection of woman. Gathered out of Holie Scriptures, and most renowned wryters; as well ancient, as moderne; ecclesiaticall, as morall. Wherevnto is annexed The duetie of husbands.|
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The glorie of man consisting in the excellencie and perfection of woman. Gathered out of Holie Scriptures, and most renowned wryters; as well ancient, as moderne; ecclesiaticall, as morall. Wherevnto is annexed The duetie of husbands.
Raban, Edward, d. 1658.
Aberdene: Printed by the author [Edward Raban], June 6, 1638.
|Alternate titles:||Duetie of husbands.|
"The duetie of husbands: drawne out of Master Carter his boke of Christian commonwealth" has separate half title; pagination and register are continuous.
The first leaf has a woodcut of a rooster.
Page 119 misnumbered 911.
Reproduction of the original in the National Library of Scotland.
Woman -- Early works to 1800.
To the Right Hono∣rable, and Jllustrious LADIE, ANNA CAMBEL; LADIE MARQVES of HVNTLEY, COVN∣TESSE of AENZIE, BADINACH, LOCH∣ABRE, STRADOWN, AND STRABOGIE; LADIE GORDON &c.
The Authors, from whom this little Treatise hath its ori∣ginall; Beside the Holie Scrip∣tures, and Chronicles of all Nations, and in all Languages.
To the Author.
The glory of Man, Consisting in The Excellencie and Perfe∣ction of WOMAN.
CHAPTER I. Of the Creation of WOMAN, and Her Perfection.
CHAPTER II. Of the fayre and goodlie Priviledges, gran∣ted and given vnto Women, even from the Beginning.
CHAPTER III. Of the Excellencie of WOMEN, whom GOD hath made the first Mothers of VERTVE, and Instrumentall Finders∣out, of the most excellent, and needfull things, in the world.
CHAPTER IV. Of the Valiantnesse, Boldnesse, and Cowrage of Women; and of their Vi∣ctorious Battells; farre surpassing the engine, or Cowrage of Man.
CHAPTER V. Of sundrie good Women, who wittilie, and valiantlie, haue cleansed whole Countreys, and Congregations, of cruell Tyrants, and Heretickes.
CHAPTER VI. Of the wonderfull goodnesse of GOD, to∣wardes Man, whicth He hath wrought by Religious Women: And how by a Woman, Britayne first receaved the Christian Fayth.
CHAPTER VII. Of the Wisedome, Learning, Discipline, and good Manners; wherein Women haue proven farre more excellent, and perfect, than Man.
CHAPTER VIII. Of Women, who not onlie surpassed Men in Poësie: but also overthrew the learned Doctors, and Philosophers, in Dispu∣tation.
CHAPTER IX. Of the Chastitie, Modestie, and Tempe∣rancie in WOMEN, both Wyues and Mayds: to the example of luxurious, vitious, and libidinous Men.
CHAPTER X. Of the great and wonderfull Wisdome in WOMEN: to the high Glorie of GOD, and great Benefit of Man.
CHAPTER XI. Of the constant steadfastnesse in Women, not onlie suffering cruell Tormentes, but also horrid Death, for the Testimonie of IESVS CHRIST.
A false ECHO, truelie answered.
The first Summonds,
The second Summonds.
THE Duetie of Husbands: Drawne out of MASTER CARTER his Booke of Christian Common-Wealth.
TO All Good Husbands.
The Duetie of Husbands.
THE FIRST CHAPTER.
THE SECOND CHAPTER.
THE FOURTH CHAPTER.
THE FIFT CHAPTER.