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Author: Sylvester, Josuah, 1563-1618.
Title: The parliament of vertues royal (summoned in France; but assembled in England) for nomination, creation, and confirmation of the most excellent prince Panaretus a præsage of Pr. Dolphin: a pourtrait of Pr. - Henry: a promise of Pr. Charles. Translated & dedicated to His Highnes, by Iosuah Syluester.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The parliament of vertues royal (summoned in France; but assembled in England) for nomination, creation, and confirmation of the most excellent prince Panaretus a præsage of Pr. Dolphin: a pourtrait of Pr. - Henry: a promise of Pr. Charles. Translated & dedicated to His Highnes, by Iosuah Syluester.
Sylvester, Josuah, 1563-1618., Bertaut, Jean, 1552-1611., Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, 1544-1590., Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591.

[London: Printed by Humphrey Lownes, 1614]
Alternate titles: Selections Bethulians rescue. Little Bartas. Lachrymæ lachrymarum. Micro-cosmo-graphia. Elegiac-epistle consolatorie.
Notes:
In verse.
The words "a præsage .. Pr. Charles." are enclosed in brackets on title page.
Printer's name from STC.
The first work is a translation by Sylvester of: Bertaut, Jean. Panarète.
"Bethulians rescue" and "Little Bartas", translations by Sylvester of poems by Guillaume de Salluste du Bartas, both have separate divisional title pages, the first dated 1614. "Micro-cosmo-graphia .. from Latin Saphiks of .. Mr. Hen. Smith", a translation by Sylvester of "Vita supplicium", and "Lachrymæ lachrymarum" and "An elegiac-epistle consolatorie", original works by Sylvester, each have separate divisional title pages. Pagination and register are continuous throughout.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13278.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
To the Honourable, Sir Robert Carie: Sir Iames Fullarton: Sir Robert Carr: Sir Dauid Foulis: Mr. Thomas Murray.
TO The High-Hopeful CHARLES, Prince of Great-Britanne.
TO The right Honourable Lords Spirituall & Temporall: The Knights and Burgesses of the Lower-House: & To all generous and ingenuous Readers.
Names of the Nobles in This Parliament, Interpreted.
PANARETVS.
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TO The right right Honorable LADIES, Lucie, Marchioness of Winchester.
ETHVLIANS Rescue. THE FIRST BOOKE.
BETHVLIANRescue. THE SECOND BOOKE.
ETHVLIANS Rescue. THE THIRD BOOKE.
ETHVLIANS Rescue. THE FOVRTH BOOKE.
BETHVLIANS Rescue. THE FIFT BOOKE.
BETHVLIANS Rescue. THE SIXT BOOKE.
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frontispiece
TO The most Royal Lady ELIZABETH, Infanta of England; Princess PALATINE of Rhine.
Souhaits Royaux & Loyaux.
Au Roy.
Au Prince Charles.
Aux Princes Palatins.
Aux Anglois & Allemans.
LITTLE BARTAS.
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To the right-Right Honourable, HONORIA, Wife of IAMES, Lord HAY, Sole Daughter and Heire of EDVVARD Lord DENNY.
THE MAP OF MAN.
CERTAIN EPIGRAMMS of the same Mr. H. S. Translated; & Dedicated To my deer-affected, due-respected, Dr. HALL, & Dr. HILL.
EPIGRAMMS.
1. Of a King.
epigram 2
3. Of a Physician.
4. Of a Diuine.
5. Of a Judge.
6. Of a Husbandman.
7. Of a Captaine.
Of all the Seauen.
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frontispiece
A CHRYMAE LACHRYMARVM.
AN EPITAPH.
ANOTHER.
frontispiece
title page
illustration
To the right Honorable, the Lord Vi-count LISLE, and his most vertuous Lady: To Sir Robert SIDNEY, Knight, their Hopefull Sonne: To the most Worthy Lady WROTH, with the rest of their right vertuous Daughters: & To all the Noble SIDNEYS & SEMI-SIDNEYS.
An ELEGIAC EPISTLE.
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title page
dedication
dedication
TO The Right Honourable, The Lord ELESMORE, L. High Chancelour of England.
To the Right Honorable, Sir EDVVARD COKE, Knight; Lord Chief Iustice of Eng∣land, and one of his Ma∣iesties most Honorable Priuie Councell.
To The Right Honourable Lords Spirituall & Temporall; The Knights and Burgesses of the Lower-House; & To all generous and ingenuous Readers.
IOB TRIƲMPHANT in his Triall.
The Proëm.
Cap. 1.
Cap. 2.
ap. 3.
Cap.
Cap.
Cap. 6.
Cap. 7.
Cap. 8.
Cap. 9
chapter 10
11
p. 12
p. 13.
Cap. 14.
The second Booke.
chapter 15
Cap.
Cap. 1
Cap. 18
Cap. 1
20
••p. 2
The third Book.
p. 22
Cap.
p. 24
Cap. 2
Cap. 26
Cap. 27
Cap. 2
ap. 29
. 30
Cap.
The fourth Booke.
32
33.
Cap. 3
Cap. 3
Cap. 36
p. 37
38.
chapter 39
p. 40.
. 41
Cap.
Cap. 43.
EPITAPHIVM IOBI.
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TO The Right Honourable, HENRY WRIOTHESLEY, Earle of South-hampton, &c.
MEMORIALS of Mortalitie.
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TO The Right Honorable, ROBERT DEVREVX, Earle of Essex & Ew, &c.
MEMORIALS of Mortalitie.
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To the Right Honorable WILLIAM CECILL, Earle of Salisbury.
THE opheis of the Vertues and Fortune of HENRIE the Great.
part