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Author: Romei, Annibale, conte, 16th cent.
Title: The courtiers academie comprehending seuen seuerall dayes discourses: wherein be discussed, seuen noble and important arguments, worthy by all gentlemen to be perused. 1 Of beautie. 2 Of humane loue. 3 Of honour. 4 Of combate and single fight. 5 Of nobilitie. 6 Of riches. 7 Of precedence of letters or armes originally written in Italian by Count Haniball Romei, a gentleman of Ferrara, and translated into English by I.K.
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Print source: The courtiers academie comprehending seuen seuerall dayes discourses: wherein be discussed, seuen noble and important arguments, worthy by all gentlemen to be perused. 1 Of beautie. 2 Of humane loue. 3 Of honour. 4 Of combate and single fight. 5 Of nobilitie. 6 Of riches. 7 Of precedence of letters or armes originally written in Italian by Count Haniball Romei, a gentleman of Ferrara, and translated into English by I.K.
Romei, Annibale, conte, 16th cent., Keper, John, b. 1546 or 7, attributed name., I. K.

[London]: Printed by Valentime Sims, [1598]
Alternate titles: Discorsi. English
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11048.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honourable and Chi∣ualrous Knight, Sir Charles Blunt, Lord Mountioy, Knight of the most honourable or∣der of the Garter, and Captain of her Maiesties Sea∣fortresse, and towne of Portsmouth, I. K. wi∣sheth the accomplishment of all perfect ho∣nour and felicitie.
To the curteous and beneuolent Reader.
The first dayes Dis∣course of Count Haniball Ro∣mei, a Gentleman of Ferrara.
The second daies discourse: VVherein, an argument arising amongst the Ladies and Gentlemen, they disscusse of Humane loue.
The third daies discourse: VVherein is contained a discussion of Honour.
The fourth daies discourse: Wherein is discussed, the iniquitie of Combate, and single fight for maintenance of reputation, with the meane to accommodate quarrels, and reduce vnto peace priuate enmities.
Of the meane how to make peace, and take vp quarrels.
The fift dayes Discourse: Wherein is discussed of Nobilitie,
The sixt daies Discourse: Wherein is contained, a discussion of Riches.
The seuenth daies Discourse: Wherein is determined the Precedence of Armes and Letters.