|Author:||Hitchcock, John, student in the Middle Temple.|
|Title:||A sanctuary for honest men. Or An abstract of humane wisedome. Contayning, a certaine way leading to a perfect knowledge of Man, and directing to a discreet cariage in the vvhole course of our humane condition. Collected and composed by Io: Hitchcock student in the Middle Temple.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A sanctuary for honest men. Or An abstract of humane wisedome. Contayning, a certaine way leading to a perfect knowledge of Man, and directing to a discreet cariage in the vvhole course of our humane condition. Collected and composed by Io: Hitchcock student in the Middle Temple.
Hitchcock, John, student in the Middle Temple.
London: Printed by Edward Griffin for Thomas Norton at the signe of the Kings head in Paules Churchyard, 1617.
|Alternate titles:||Sanctuary for honest men Abstract of humane wisdome.|
A moral discourse.
Running title reads: The abstract of humane wisdome.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 19800.
TO THE right Honourable WILLIAM Earle of PEMBROKE, Lord HERBERT of Cardiffe, Marmion, and S. Quintin, Lord CHAMBERLAINE to his MAIESTIE, Knight of the most Noble Order of the GARTER, one of his Maie∣sties most Honorable Priuy COVNCELL.
To the READER.
The Abstract OF Humane Wisdome.
The first part of this Booke teaching the knowledge of our selues.
The second part of this Booke, conteyning the generall instructions of Wisdome which re∣spect all men alike.
The third part of this Booke, containing the particular instructions of Wisdome, which re∣spect particular persons in their seuerall cal∣lings, affaires and accidents.
The first part of this Booke, teaching the knowledge of our selues.
The second part of this Booke, shewing the generall instru∣ctions of Wis∣dome.
The third part of this Booke, shewing the particular instructions of Wisdome by the rule of the foure morall virtues.