|Author:||Penton, Stephen, 1639-1706.|
|Title:||The guardian's instruction, or, The gentleman's romance. Written for the diversion and service of the gentry; particularly those educated in Cambridge and Oxford.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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The guardian's instruction, or, The gentleman's romance. Written for the diversion and service of the gentry; particularly those educated in Cambridge and Oxford.
Penton, Stephen, 1639-1706.
London: Printed for the author, 1697.
University of Oxford -- Students -- Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
Students -- Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE ENGLISH GENTRY.
THE Guardian's Instruction.
A Letter from a severe Enemy of Uni∣versity to his Guardian, a p moderate, and Member of the Parliament at Oxford.
I. More Easie, Quiet, and less Dis∣turb'd.
II. Your Life is also to be Ʋseful to others as well as Easie to your self.
As for the next thing. The King's being under the necessity of a Parliament.
If a Parliament must be summond, yet why at Oxford? Idle, Ill bread, Ignorant, Debauch'd, Popish Oxford?
General Directions for the better Education of a CHILD of Great Quality.
An INDEX of the most remark∣able Common-Places hinted in the foregoing Papers.