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Author: Scudéry, M. de (Georges), 1601-1667.
Title: Curia politiæ, or, The apologies of severall princes justifying to the world their most eminent actions by the strength of reason and the most exact rules of policie / written in French by the acurate [sic] pen of Monsieur de Scudery ... ; and now faithfully render'd into English ; with the figures of many emperors and kings.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Curia politiæ, or, The apologies of severall princes justifying to the world their most eminent actions by the strength of reason and the most exact rules of policie / written in French by the acurate [sic] pen of Monsieur de Scudery ... ; and now faithfully render'd into English ; with the figures of many emperors and kings.
Scudéry, M. de (Georges), 1601-1667.

London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley ..., 1654.
Alternate titles: Discours politiques des roys. English
Notes:
Translation of: Discours politiques des roys.
Added t.p., engraved.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Political science -- Early works to 1700.
Kings and rulers -- Duties.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A58869.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
TO His Most Excellent Majesty CHARLES By the Grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, &c.
THE AUTHOUR TO THE READER.
A CATALOGUE Of the several Princes discoursed of in this VOLUME.
A TABLE Of the severall Subjects and Debates in this VOLUME.
Curia Politiae.
The Censure.
The Censure on LEWIS the Fourth.
MATHIAS CORVIN To the Ambassadors of the Republick of VENICE.
The Censure.
The Censure.
FERDINANDO KING OF CASTILE TO THE DƲKE OF NAGERA.
The Censure.
DON HENRY TO THE Count of D'ALBA TORMES.
The Censure.
DON SANCHE TO COVNT GARCIA OF CABRA.
The Censure.
EMANVELL TO IOHN DE MENESAIS.
The Censure.
CHARLES THE NINTH, To JOHN DE MONLUC, Bishop of VALENCE.
The Censure.
DON RAMIR TO THE ESTATES GENERALL OF HIS KINGDOM.
The Censure.
The Censure.
HENRY THE SEVENTH TO THOMAS STANLEY.
The Censure.
The Censure.
The Censure.
HENRY THE THIRD TO PIBRACK AND PHILIP, DESPOTES.
The Censure.
The CENSƲRE.
King PEPIN TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF MAIENEE.
The CENSƲRE.
The CENSƲRE.
HUGH CAPET TO FREDERICK COUNT OF METS.
THE CENSƲRE.
THE CENSƲRE.
Tuesday 6. December, 1653. At the Council of State at Whitehal.
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