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Author: La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665.
Title: The mirrour which flatters not concerning the contempt of the world, or the meditation of death, of Philip King of Macedon, Saladine, Adrian, and Alexander the Great / by Le Sieur de la Serre ... ; transcribed English from the French, by T. Cary.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The mirrour which flatters not concerning the contempt of the world, or the meditation of death, of Philip King of Macedon, Saladine, Adrian, and Alexander the Great / by Le Sieur de la Serre ... ; transcribed English from the French, by T. Cary.
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665., Cary, T. b. 1605 or 6.

London: Printed by E. T. for R. Thrale ..., 1658.
Alternate titles: Miroir qui ne flatte point. English
Notes:
Translation of Miroir qui ne flatte point.
Advertisement: p. [13]-[17] at end.
Added t.p. engraved.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Ethics -- Early works to 1800.
Conduct of life.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49606.0001.001

Contents
THE DESIGN OF THE FRONTISPICE.
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TO THE KING of Great RITAIN.
TO THE QUEEN Of Great BRITAIN.
TO THE QUEEN OF GREAT BRITAIN. Upon the MIRROƲR Which flatters not, Of le Sieur de la SERRE.
TO THE AUTHOR, upon the same subject.
Upon the Book.
To the Reader.
The Scope addrest to the SERIOUS.
THE PARAGRAPHS, (So comprized in the Emblemes) giving subject to the Author's Discourses following.
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A PROLUSON Ʋpon the EMBLEME of the first Chapter.
THE MIRROUR WHICH FLATTERS NOT.
A PROLUSIVE Ʋpon the EMBLEME of the second Chapter.
THE MIRROUR WHICH FLATTERS NOT.
A PROLUSIVE Ʋpon the EMBLEM of the third Chapter.
THE MIRROUR WHICH FLATTERS NOT.
A PROLUSION Ʋpon the EMBLEM of the last Chapter.
THE MIRROUR WHICH FLATTERS NOT.
PERLECTORI, The TRANSLATOURS COROLLARIE.
Lenvoy.
Relating to the first. EMBLEME.
Relating to the second EMBLEME.
Relatory to the third EMBLEME.
Relating to the fourth EMBLEME.
To my endeared Friend, the Translatour, Mr. Thomas Cary.
LECTURO.
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Advertisement au Lecteur.
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