The compleat gentleman fashioning him absolute in the most necessary & commendable qualities concerning minde or bodie that may be required in a noble gentleman. By Henry Peacham, Mr. of Arts sometime of Trinity Coll: in Cambridge.
Peacham, Henry, 1576?-1643?, Delaram, Francis, 1589 or 90-1627, engraver.
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The Compleat Gentleman, whose Titles are contained in these Chapters following.
- Chap. 1. OF Nobilitie in Generall.
- Chap. 2. Of the dignitie and necessity of Lear∣ning in Princes and Nobilitie.
- Chap. 3. The time of Learning, &c.
- Chap. 4. The dutie of Parents in their Childrens Education.
- Chap. 5. Of a Gentlemans carriage in the Vniuersity.
- Chap. 6. Of stile in speaking, writing, and reading Historie.
- Chap. 7. Of Cosmography.
- Chap. 8. Of memorable obseruation in suruey of the Earth.
- Chap. 9. Of Geometry.
- Chap. 10. Of Poetry.
- Chap. 11. Of Musicke.
- Chap. 12. Of Drawing and Painting in Oyle.
- Chap. 13. Of Armory or Blazing Armes.
- Chap. 14. Of exercise of the body.
- Chap. 15. Of reputation and carriage.
- Chap. 16. Of Trauaile.