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Author: Richelieu, Armand Jean de Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642.
Title: Emblema animæ or Morrall discourses reflecting upon humanitie. Written by John du Plessis now Cardinall of Richleu. Translated by I.M. Also varietie of obseruations delightfull to the minde.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Emblema animæ or Morrall discourses reflecting upon humanitie. Written by John du Plessis now Cardinall of Richleu. Translated by I.M. Also varietie of obseruations delightfull to the minde.
Richelieu, Armand Jean de Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642., Maxwell, James, b. 1581,, Marshall, William, fl. 1617-1650,

London: Printed by Nic: and Joh: Okes, 1635.
Alternate titles: Emblema animae. English Emblema animae. Morrall discourses reflecting upon humanitie. Mindes delight.
Notes:
Translator's note "To the reader" signed: J. Maxvvel.
This edition contains seventeen discourses.
The title page is engraved and signed: Will Marshall. sculpsit.
"The mindes delight .. Collected by I.M." has separate dated letterpress title page; pagination and register are continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A20983.0001.001

Contents
engraved title page
TO THE READER.
THE CONTENTS of this present Booke.
EMBLEMA ANIMAE: OR MORALL DISCOVR∣SES REFLECTING UPON HUMANITY.
DISCOVRSE. 1. Of Preparation against the as∣saults and onsets of Passions.
DIS. 2. Of the choyce of Callings and Affaires.
DISC. 3. Of providence and fore sight.
DISC 4. Of each mans Vocation and Calling.
DIS. 5. How a man must order and rale his life.
DISC. 6. Of the diversity of Actions.
DISC. 7. Of the choyce of Friends.
DISC. 8. Of dissembling or disguising of humors.
DISC. 9. Of Vanity.
DISC. 10. Of Prosperity.
DISC 11. Of the comparing of our fortune with that of others.
DISC. 12. Of Adversity.
DISC. 13. Of sadnesse and sorrow.
DISC. 14. Of the affliction of good men.
DIS. 15. Of other mens faults and im∣perfections.
DISC. 16. Of Iniuries and Indignations.
DISC. 17. Of Poverty.
DISC. 18. Of Death.
The Authors Con∣clusion.
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THE MINDES DELIGHT: OR, Variety of Memorable Matters worthy of observation.
The foure parts of the World.
The foure Monarchies.
The sixe Ages of the World.
The seaven wonders of the World.
The seven wise men of Greece.
The tenne Sibylles.
The twelve Apostles with their Martyrdomes.
The tenne persecutions under the Romane Em∣perors.
The eight times that Rome hath beene taken.
The seven Electors of the Em∣perour of Germany.
The three Crownes of the Emperour.
The twelve Peers, or Pairs of France.
The eight Parliaments of France.
The seven Saxon Kingdomes that England was once divi∣ded into.
Sixe Orders of Chivalry, which continue at this day among Princes.
The 13 Cantons of Swisserland.