|Author:||Miege, Guy, 1644-1718?|
|Title:||Miscellanea, or, A choice collection of wise and ingenious sayings, &c of princes, philosophers, statesmen, courtiers, and others out of several antient and modern authors, for the pleasurable entertainment of the nobility and gentry of both sexes / by G.M.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Miscellanea, or, A choice collection of wise and ingenious sayings, &c of princes, philosophers, statesmen, courtiers, and others out of several antient and modern authors, for the pleasurable entertainment of the nobility and gentry of both sexes / by G.M.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718?
London: Printed for William Lindsey ..., 1694.
"Licensed, March 12, 1693/4, Edward Cooke" on p. 
Postscript, p. 135-163.
Attributed to Miege by Wing and NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
TO THE READER.
MISCELLANEA; OR, Wise and Ingenious Sayings, &c.
STATESMEN, AND COƲRTIERS.
Of Love, and Gallantry.
Of Roman Priests, Jesuits, and Monks; with Passages upon their Preaching, and the Auricular Con∣fession.
ORATORS, AND PHILOSOPHERS.
PAINTERS, AND PICTƲRES.
WAR, OFFICERS, AND SOƲLDIERS.
TRADESMEN, AND COƲNTRYMEN.
MASTERS, AND SERVANTS.
MARRY'D MEN AND WOMEN.
DYING MEN AND WOMEN.