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Author: Sandys, Miles, Sir, 1600 or 1601-1636.
Title: Prudence the first of the foure cardinall virtues. Written by Sr. Miles Sandis, Kt.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Prudence the first of the foure cardinall virtues. Written by Sr. Miles Sandis, Kt.
Sandys, Miles, Sir, 1600 or 1601-1636., Marshall, William, fl. 1617-1650,

[London]: Printed for W: Sheares, in Brittaines Burse, [1634]
Alternate titles: Prima pars parvi opusculi Prima pars parvi opusculi.
A reissue of "Prima pars parvi opusculi", with letterpress title page cancelled by an engraved title page signed "W.M. scu:", i.e. William Marshall. Variant: letterpress title page uncancelled.
Publication date from colophon.
The last leaf is blank.
Copies reported lack the cancellations and additions found in some copies of STC 21731.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Prudence -- Early works to 1800.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.

title page
GYNDANES TO ABAVCVS; That is, MILES SANDYS Presents his best Love, Respect, Service, or what you will in this Sense, to Henrie Sandys.
TO MY HONOVRED TVTOR Doctor Astley Warden of All Soules Colledge in Oxford.
To the Reader.
The Originall of all virtue, whence it springs. CHAP. II.
The true Subject of Virtue, to whom it properly belongs. CAP. III.
The Definition of Prudence, the first of the foure Car∣dinall Virtues. CHAP. IV.
The Division, and seve∣rall Branches of Prudence. CAP. V.
Of Memorie, the first part of Prudence. CHAP. VI.
Of the Vnderstanding, the In∣tellectuall part, and se∣cond Branch of Prudence. CHAP. VII.
Of Providence, the third part of Prudence. CAP. VIII.
chapter 9
The mutuall Duties betweene Parents and their Children. CAP. X.
Of the mutuall Duties be∣tweene Masters and their Servants. CAP. XI.
Of Subtilty of Vnderstanding, by some esteemed a Branch of Prudence, but indeed an Ap∣pendix to its Intelle∣ctuall part. CAP. XII.
Of divers ends of the Vnder∣standings Subtilty, and meanes thereto, and first of the High-way Flattery. CAP. XIII.
Of the first end where∣unto Subtilty tends, Riches. CAP. XIIII.
Of the second end, where∣unto Subtilty tends, Honour. CAP. XV.
THE CONTENTS OF each severall Chapter.