|Author:||Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.|
|Title:||Heraclitus, or, Meditations vpon the vanity & misery of humane life first written in French by that excellent scholler & admirable divine Peter Du Moulin minister of the sacred word in the Reformed Church of Paris ; and translated into English by R.S. gentleman.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Heraclitus, or, Meditations vpon the vanity & misery of humane life first written in French by that excellent scholler & admirable divine Peter Du Moulin minister of the sacred word in the Reformed Church of Paris ; and translated into English by R.S. gentleman.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658., Stafford, Robert, 1588-1618.
Printed at Oxford: By Ioseph Barnes, 1609.
|Alternate titles:||Heraclite. English. 1609|
Translation attributed to Robert Stafford--Cf. STC (2nd ed.) and NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Signatures: A-E12 F8.
Errors in paging: p. 18 and 66 misnumbered 8 and 69 respectively.
STC 7325 on reel 1064 is actually STC 7325.5--Cf. reel guide.
Imperfect: tightly bound.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
TO HIS MVCH HONORED FATHER: S. F. S.
THE AVTHORS EPISTLE Dedicatory to the La∣dy ANN of Rohan, Sister to the Duke of Rohan.
Meditations vpon the vanity and misery of humane life.
The vanity of the Na∣ture of man.
The vanity of man in his Actions.
This is also a great vanity and affliction of Spirit.
The vanity of the thoughts, desires & iudgmēts of men.
The wickednesse which now reigneth.