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Author: Merbury, Charles.
Title: A briefe discourse of royall monarchie, as of the best common weale: vvherin the subiect may beholde the sacred maiestie of the princes most royall estate. VVritten by Charles Merbury Gentleman in duetifull reuerence of her Maiesties most princely Highnesse. Whereunto is added by the same gen. a collection of Italian prouerbes, in benefite of such as are studious of that language.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A briefe discourse of royall monarchie, as of the best common weale: vvherin the subiect may beholde the sacred maiestie of the princes most royall estate. VVritten by Charles Merbury Gentleman in duetifull reuerence of her Maiesties most princely Highnesse. Whereunto is added by the same gen. a collection of Italian prouerbes, in benefite of such as are studious of that language.
Merbury, Charles.

Imprinted at London: By Thomas Vautrollier dwelling in the Blackefrieres, by Ludgate, 1581.
Subject terms:
Proverbs, Italian
Monarchy
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A72894.0001.001

Contents
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ALLA PRVDENTISSma ET VIRTVOSISSma SIGNORA, LA SERENISSma REINA ELISABETTA, Reina felicissma d'Inghilterra &c.
TO THE READER.
HENRY VNTON, to the vertuous Reader.
A DISCOVRS OF MO∣NARCHIE AS OF THE BEST COM∣mon wealth: tending vnto the duitifull consideration or rather admiration of a Royall Princes most highe, and happy Estate.
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A I NOBILI, ET ILLV∣STRI SIGNORI DI CORTE, ET AL∣tri gentil'huomini honorati, della lingua Italiana intendenti.
VARIA COLLETTIONE DI PROVERBI VVLGA∣RI, SENTENZE ILLVSTRI, DETTI BREVI, ET VAGHI MOTTI, che s'vsano nella lingua Italiana, copiosissima, & felicissima in così fatte cose, massi∣me nel Prouerbiare.
Motti brieui ch'hanno del Prouerbio.