|Author:||Cope, Michael, fl. 1557-1564.|
|Title:||A godly and learned exposition vppon the Prouerbes of Solomon: written in French by Maister Michael Cope, minister of the woorde of God, at Geneua: and translated into English, by M.O.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A godly and learned exposition vppon the Prouerbes of Solomon: written in French by Maister Michael Cope, minister of the woorde of God, at Geneua: and translated into English, by M.O.
Cope, Michael, fl. 1557-1564., Outred, Marcelline,, Fleming, Abraham, 1552?-1607.
Imprinted at London: [By Thomas Dawson] for George Bishop, 1580.
|Alternate titles:||Sur les Proverbes de Salomon. English Sur les Proverbes de Salomon. Michael Cope vpon the Prouerbes. Michael Cope upon the Proverbes.|
Translator's dedication signed: Marcelline Outred.
A translation of: Sur les Proverbes de Salomon.
Colophon reads: Imprinted at London by Thomas Dawson, dwelling at the three Cranes in the Vintreee, for George Byshop, 1580.
Includes index by Abraham Fleming.
Running title reads: Michael Cope vpon the Prouerbes.
Reproduction of the original in the Library of Congress.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Proverbs -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
¶ TO THE RIGHT HO∣norable, Sir VVilliam Cecil, Knight, Ba∣ron of Burleygh, Lorde high Treasurer of Englande, Maister of the Queenes Maiesties Courtes of Wardes and Liueries, Knight of the most noble order of the Garter, and one of her Highnesse most honorable priuie Counsel, continuance of health, with prosperitie and increase of honour.
¶ An ample and large Index or Table, com∣prising al the principal points of Doctrines, and circumstances, as wel Moral as Diuine, conteined in this Booke, very necessarie and beneficial for all estates, euen from the highest to the lowest.
A familiar exposition of Michael Cope vpon the Prouerbes of Solomon.
The second Chapter.
The thirde Chapter.
The fourth Chapter.
The fifth Chapter.
The sixth Chapter.
The seuenth Chapter.
The viii. Chapter.
The nienth Chapter.
☞ THE PROVERBES OF SO∣LOMON.
The eleuenth Chapter.
The twelfth Chapter.
The xiii, Chapter.
The xiiii. Chapter.
The fifteenth Chapter.
The xvi. Chapter.
The xvii. Chapter.
The xviii. Chapter.
The xix. Chapter.
The xx. Chapter.
The xxi. Chapter.
The xxii. Chapter.
The xxiii. Chapter.
The xxiiii. Chapter.
The xxv. Chapter.
The xxvi. Chapter.
The xxvii. Chapter.
The xxviii. Chapter.
The xxix. Chapter.
The xxx. Chapter.
The xxxi. Chapter.