|Author:||Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6.|
|Title:||The gentlemans companion, or, A character of true nobility and gentility microform : in the way of essay / by a person of quality ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The gentlemans companion, or, A character of true nobility and gentility microform : in the way of essay / by a person of quality ...
Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6.
London: Printed by E. Okes for Rowland Reynolds ..., 1672.
Attributed to William Ramesey. Cf. BM.
Errata on p.  at end.
Advertisement on p. - at end.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
Nobility -- Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE Nobility & Gentry OF England, Scotland, and Ireland, in General; And all that Love and pursue true Virtue; PARTICULARLY, To the Right Honourable, Willi∣am, Earl of Dalhousey, Viscount Kerington, Lord Ramesey, His near Kinsman, and Allye.
CHAP. I. What Gentility is.
MEMBER I. Education.
PART I. Learning, Literature, and Studies for a Gentleman.
SECT. I. The Grounds of a Gentlemans Religion.
PART II. Travel.
SECT. I. Of Expences.
SECT. II. Of Vain-Glory, and Ostentation.
SECT. III. Discourse and Carriage.
SUBSECT. I. To Superiours.
SUBSECT. II. To Equals.
SUBSECT. III. To Inferiours.
SUBSECT. IV. To Relations.
SUBSECT. V. To Strangers.
SUBSECT. VI. To Friends, and Enemies.
SUBSECT. VII. To Himself.
DIVISION I. Air.
DIVISION II. Meat and Drink.
DIVISION III. Sleeping and Waking.
DIVISION IV. Rest and Exercise.
DIVISION V. Retention and Evacuation.
SUB-DIVISION I. Of Custome.
DIVISION VI. Passions and Perturbations of the Mind.
SUB-DIVISION I. Of Admiration.
SUB-DIVISION II. 2, 3. Love, and Hatred.
SUB-DIVISION III. 4. Desire.
SUB-DIVISION IV. 5, 6. Joy and Sadness.
SUB-DIVISION V. Passions Rectified.
CHAP. II. Of Life.
CHAP. III. Against the fear of Death.
Books Printed for, and Sold by Rowland Reynolds, at the Sun and Bible, in the Poultrey.