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Author: La Primaudaye, Pierre de, b. ca. 1545.
Title: The French academie Fully discoursed and finished in foure bookes. 1. Institution of manners and callings of all estates. 2. Concerning the soule and body of man. 3. A notable description of the whole world, &c. 4. Christian philosophie, instructing the true and onely meanes to eternall life. This fourth part neuer before published in English. All written by the first author, Peter de la Primaudaye, Esquire, Lord of Barre, Chauncellour, and Steward of the French Kings house.
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2006-06 (EEBO-TCP Phase 1).
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Print source: The French academie Fully discoursed and finished in foure bookes. 1. Institution of manners and callings of all estates. 2. Concerning the soule and body of man. 3. A notable description of the whole world, &c. 4. Christian philosophie, instructing the true and onely meanes to eternall life. This fourth part neuer before published in English. All written by the first author, Peter de la Primaudaye, Esquire, Lord of Barre, Chauncellour, and Steward of the French Kings house.
La Primaudaye, Pierre de, b. ca. 1545., Dolman, R. (Richard), W. P., fl. 1618., Bowes, Thomas, fl. 1586., Phillip, William, attributed name.

London: Printed [by John Legat] for Thomas Adams, 1618.
Alternate titles: Academie françoise. English
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05105.0001.001

Contents
The third daies worke.
The fourth daies worke.
The fifth Dayes worke.
The sixt dayes worke.
The seuenth daies worke.
The eighth daies worke.
The ninth daies worke.
The tenth daies worke.
The eleuenth daies worke.
The twelfth daies worke.
The thirteenth daies worke.
THE CHRISTIAN PHY∣LOSOPHIE OF THE French ACADEMIE.
THE SECOND PART OF CHRISTIAN PHYLOSOPHIE.
Meditations and Prayers, which a Christian Philosopher, for a seuenth and a compleate consolation ought to haue in heart and mouth, and euery day to exercise the same, to liue and die happily. Chapter 7.