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Author: Hildesley, Mark.
Title: Religio jurisprudentis, or, The lawyer's advice to his son in counsels, essays, and other miscellanies, calculated chiefly to prevent the miscarriages of youth, and for the Orthodox establishment of their morals in years of maturity / per Philanthropum.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Religio jurisprudentis, or, The lawyer's advice to his son in counsels, essays, and other miscellanies, calculated chiefly to prevent the miscarriages of youth, and for the Orthodox establishment of their morals in years of maturity / per Philanthropum.
Hildesley, Mark.

London: Printed for J. Harrison ..., and R. Taylor ..., 1685.
Notes:
Imperfect: frontispiece lacking in filmed copy.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Conduct of life.
Lawyers.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A43775.0001.001

Contents
title page
illustration
dedication
Panegyricks.
To the Jurisprudent Author.
encomium
Upon the Author of Religio Juris Prudentis.
A few Thoughts on Religio Juris-Prudentis.
In Authorem Juris-Prudentem. per Sir J. H.
A Prefatory Line TO THE READERS.
PHILANTHROPUS AD Filiolum Pythagoram Juris-prudentem.
To Jurisprudent Philanthropus.
Twenty Moot-points or Queries put by PYTHAGORAS to the Jurisprudent PHI∣LANTHROPUS, to be argued and determin'd in the next Edition.
Religio Jurisprudentis: OR, THE LAWYERS ADVICE to His SON.
Religio Jurisprudentis: OR, THE LAWYERS ADVICE to His SON.
De Religione & Virtute. Of Religion and Virtue.
II. De Deo & Eternitate. Of God and Eternity.
III. De Angelis & Animis. Of Angels and Souls.
IV. De Coelo & Foelicitate. Of Heaven and Happiness.
V. De Diabolo & Gehenna. Of the Devil and Hell.
VI. De Vitio & Peccato. Of Sin and Vice.
VII. De Homine & Mundo. Of Man and the World, and Time.
VIII. De Coelibatu & Conjugio. Of a Single, and of a Married Life.
IX. De Ratione & Opinione. Of Reason and Opinion.
X. De Superbia & Humilitate, & Patientia. Of Pride, and Humility, and Patience.
XI. De Pace & Contentatione. Of Peace and Content.
XII. De Ira, & Odio, & Aciâ. Of Anger and Hatred.
XIII. De Amore & Amicitia. Of Love and Friendship.
XIV. De Solitudine & Carcere. Of Solitude and a Prison.
XV. De Otio & Negotio. Of Imployment and Idleness.
XVI. De Avaritiâ & Liberalitate. Of Covetousness and Liberality.
XVII. De Vitâ & Morte. Of Life and Death.
XVIII. De Societate & Conversatione. Of Society and Converse.
XIX. De Actione & Varietate. Of Variety and Action.
XX. De Voluptate & Paenâ. Of Pleasure and Pain, or Joy and Sorrow.
A Confession of the Jurisprudent's Faith.
The Jurisprudent's Common-Prayer.
A Jurisprudents Ejaculation before Meat.
His thankful Recognition after Meat.
The Character, or Effigies of a down-right Jurisprudent.
The Jurisprudent's Hymn.
Epiphonema ad Pythagoram Allegoricum Martiale.
Thus Translated.
Martial Epigram.
Metamorphozed thus.