|Title:||A newe discourse of morall philosophie, entituled, The kayes of counsaile. Not so pleasant as profitable for younge courtiours. Optima est patientia victor.|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A newe discourse of morall philosophie, entituled, The kayes of counsaile. Not so pleasant as profitable for younge courtiours. Optima est patientia victor.
At London: Imprinted by [H. Bynneman for] Ralph Newberie, Anno. 1579.
|Alternate titles:||Kayes of counsaile.|
Printer's name from STC.
The title has a punning reference to the dedicatee, John Kay the younger.--STC.
Slight print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800.
To John Kay the younger Gent. Haly Heron his Gouer∣nour, wisheth continuall health, with increase of learnyng and vertues.
Of Company and fellovvship.
Of Talke and commu∣nication.
Of Modest behauior.
Of Selfe loue and surquidrie.
Of Wine and Women.
Of Dyce play.