|Author:||Valerius, Cornelius, 1512-1578.|
|Title:||The casket of iewels contaynynge a playne description of morall philophie [sic], diligently and after a very easie methode declared by the well learned and famous author Cornelius Valerius: lately turned out of Latin into Englishe, by I.C.|
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The casket of iewels contaynynge a playne description of morall philophie [sic], diligently and after a very easie methode declared by the well learned and famous author Cornelius Valerius: lately turned out of Latin into Englishe, by I.C.
Valerius, Cornelius, 1512-1578., Chardon, John, d. 1601,
Imprinted at London: By VVilliam Hovv, for Richarde Iohnes, 1571.
|Alternate titles:||Casket of jewels Casket of jewels.|
On K8v: This booke translated by Iohn Charlton [i.e. Chardon], late felow of Exetre Colledge, in Oxford, & now schole maister of Wyrksop, in the countie of Nottingham.
Latin original not traced.
Signatures: A-K L2.
With two final contents leaves.
Reproduction of a photostat in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery of the original in the British Library.
Print covered on D4, H5, and H7 of the photostat; quires D and H from the British Library copy spliced at end.
Ethics -- Early works to 1800.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
To the Right wor∣shipfull sir Ceruis Clyfton Knight, his daily Oratour I. C. vvissheth longe health with encrease of much Worship and Vettu.
The Preface of the Translatour to the Reader.
¶ Holsome Counsell for a Christian man.
Cornelius Valerius his Morall Description lately Englisshed.
Of the ende and Partes of Morall Science. Cap. i.
Of the end of man, and the Soueraine good. Cap. ij.
Of Affections. Cap. iij.
Of Loue. Cap. iiij.
Of Desire and Hope. Cap. v.
Of Gladnesse. Cap. vi.
Of Hatred and anger and like affections. Cap. vij.
Of Sadnesse. Cap. viij.
Of Feare. Cap. ix.
Of Boldnesse. Cap. x.
Of Vertue and her diuision and Originall. Cap. xi.
Of Prudencie. Cap. xij.
Of Domesticall gouer∣uernance. Cap. xiij.
Of Politike gouernance. Cap. xiiij.
Of Vices contrary to vvisdom. Cap. xv.
Of Iustice. Cap. xvi.
Of the partes of Iustice. Cap. xvij.
Of the six partes of Iustice constituted of Cicero, and their vices, and of som other vvhich be vvelnie of the same nature. Cap. xviij.
Of Godlynesse. Cap. xix.
Of Reuerence. Cap. xx.
Of Trouth. Cap. xxi.
Of Reuengement. Cap. xxij.
Of Thanke. Cap. xxiij.
Of Compassion. Cap. xxiiij.
Of liberality, and vices con∣trary to this, Auarice and Prodigality. Cap. xxv.
Of Magnificence. Cap. xxvi.
Of Freendship. Cap. xxvij.
Of Iniustice. Cap. xxviij.
Of Fortitude. Cap. xxix.
Of Confidence and Magna∣nimitie. Cap. xxx.
Of Pacience and Perseue∣raunce. Cap. xxxi.
Of the Vyces betvveene vvhich Fortitude is placed. Cap. xxxij.
Of Temperaunce. Cap. xxxiii.
Of Continence and Absti¦nence. Cap. xxxiiij.
Of Clemencie. Cap. xxxv.
Of Modestye. Cap. xxxvi.
Of Intemperance and her two partes. Cap. xxxvij.
Of the coniunction of Ver∣tues amonge them selues, the difference and excellencie. Cap. xxxviij.