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Author: Salter, James, fl. 1665.
Title: Caliope's cabinet opened wherein gentlemen may be informed how to adorn themselves for funerals, feastings, and other heroick meetings : also, here they may know their place and worth with all the degrees and distinctions of honour in the realm, shewing how every one ought to take place with the titles due to them, with other things of antiquity very observable / by James Salter.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Caliope's cabinet opened wherein gentlemen may be informed how to adorn themselves for funerals, feastings, and other heroick meetings : also, here they may know their place and worth with all the degrees and distinctions of honour in the realm, shewing how every one ought to take place with the titles due to them, with other things of antiquity very observable / by James Salter.
Salter, James, fl. 1665.

London: Printed by G.M. for Will. Crooke ..., 1665.
Notes:
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Includes index.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Etiquette -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Etiquette -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60887.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Worshipful Thomas Clifford, Esquire, And to the Worshipful Henry Ford. Es∣quire; Justices of the Peace, for the Coun∣ty of Devon.
Books newly Printed for William Crooke, at the three Bibles on Fleet-Bridge, 1665.
CALIOPE'S Cabinet Opened.
The Kings Crown with its Twelve Stones therein.
His Ensigns.
The Coronation of the King.
A Royal Feast, the King Fresent.
Going to the Parliament in State.
Who are to be admitted Gentlemen.
Of Doctors.
Professions not Gentlemen.
Seven Sciences Gentile, with the Arms they may bear.
Doctor of Physick.
The Orator.
The Mathematician.
Geometrician.
Astronomer.
Musician.
Poet.
Precedencies of Kings and Kingdoms.
Officers of State how to take place.
How Gentlemen of a Civil or Military State are to take place.
Taking of place from a Slave to a Baron.
Orders of Knighthood in England and the Chri∣stian World.
section
Knight of the Bath.
Knights of the Round Table.
Orders of Knighthood in Forreign Parts.
Knight, of the Toizon or Golden Fleece.
Knights of St. Michael.
Knights of the Annuntiation.
Knights of St. Elprit.
Knights Templers.
Knights of St. James.
Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, now called Knights of Malta.
Knights of Calatrava.
Knights of the Band.
Knights of the Order of Alcantara.
Knights of Montelio.
Knights of Redemption.
Knights Teutonici.
Knights of St. Mary.
Knights of St. Lazero.
Knights of St. Stephano.
Degrees of Gentlemen.
Who are Gentlemen.
A Gentleman.
Degrees of an Esquire.
A Knight Batchelor.
Knights Titles.
A Knight Bannoret.
A Knight Barronet.
A Baron.
A Viscount.
An Earle.
A Marquess.
A Duke.
A Prince.
Ancient form of Government.
Significations of Charges and Devises in Coats.
Charges and Devices, their significations in Armory.
The Names of the Parties and Nations that In∣vented Instruments Military and Mechanical, &c. Mentioned in this Book.
Funerals, and Rules to be observed therein.
Earle Marshals orders commanded, Anno 1618. For Funerals and Fees, &c.
Funerals. The proceeding of the Funeral of a Gentleman.
Funerals. The proceedings to it, to a Duke from a Bannoret.
England when first Inhabited, by whom, how and why named; its Governments, &c.
The Heraulds Duty.
Sirnames agreeing with Charges in Coat Armor.
Nine Precious Stones used in Blazoning for No∣bility, and their vertues.
1 Topas, which is for Yellow.
2. Pearle. And is for Argent.
3. Ruby. For red.
4. Saphire. And is for Blue.
5. Diamond. And is for black.
6. Emraud. And is for Green.
7. Amatist.
8. Jacinth.
9. Sardonax.
The price of Gold, Pearle, and Diamonds. &c.
An Explanation of difficult Words used in Herauldry.
An account of several Cities, Castles, and other notable places, when they were built, by whom, and in what Year, before and after Christs Nativity; besides things of Antiquity observable.
London.
York.
Carlisle.
Bath.
Leicester.
Billingsgate in London.
Grantham.
Ludgate.
Julius Caesar.
Jesus Christ Born.
Southampton.
Colchester.
Lucius the first Christian King.
Stonehedge, being the great Stones erected on Sa∣lisbury Plairs.
University of Oxford.
Hertford and Witham in Essex.
Worcester.
Leeds Castle.
Oxford Castle.
Durham Castle.
Carlisle Castle and Town.
New Castle upon Tine.
Westminster Hall.
Bristol Castle and Cardiffe.
The Temple in London.
The first Mayor and Sheriffs in London.
Tower Ditch, and the outer Wall of the Tower of London.
Mayors of London Yearly chosen.
London Bridge.
Chartly and Besten Castles.
Flint Castle.
Guild-Hall in London.
Newgate in London.
First payment of Custome.
Royal Exchange, London.
University of Cambridge.
Of other Cities, &c.
An Alphebetical Table of the principal mat∣ters in this Book.