|Author:||Camus, Jean-Pierre, 1584-1652.|
|Title:||Admirable events: selected out of foure bookes, vvritten in French by the Right Reverend, Iohn Peter Camus, Bishop of Belley. Together with morall Relations, written by the same author. And translated into English by S. Du Verger.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Admirable events: selected out of foure bookes, vvritten in French by the Right Reverend, Iohn Peter Camus, Bishop of Belley. Together with morall Relations, written by the same author. And translated into English by S. Du Verger.
Camus, Jean-Pierre, 1584-1652., Camus, Jean-Pierre, 1584-1652., Du Verger, S.,, Brugis, Thomas, fl. 1640?,, T. B., fl. 1639,
London: Printed by Thomas Harper for William Brooks, and are to be sold at his shop in Holborn Turnstile Lane, 1639.
|Alternate titles:||Occurrences remarquables. English. Selections Les occurrences remarquables. Certain moral relations selected out of the two books written therof in French.|
A translation of selections from "Les occurrences remarquables" and "Les relations morales".
Translator's preface to "Certain moral relations" signed: T.B., i.e. Thomas Brugis?.
The first leaf is blank.
"Certain moral relations selected out of the two books written therof in French" has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous.
With a final errata leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
TO THE MOST EXCELLENT MAIESTY OF HENRIETTA MARIA, Queene of Great Britaine.
The Authors Epistle to the READER.
table of contents
A Table of the Events contained in the first part of this Booke.
The Morall Relations: The second Booke containing these.
THE GENEROVS POVERTIE.
THE PRVDENT MOTHER.
THE DISCREETE CHILDREN.
THE CVRRIED PERSONS.
THE VVAKING Mans dreame.
THE OLD MAN passionate in Love.
THE GOOD FORTVNE. OF HONESTIE.
THE GENEROVS FRIEND.
EVILL COVNSELL PVNISHED.
THE LONG Vengeance.
THE VNLVCKY WORD.
THE IVSTIFICATION by Crime.
The Authour to the Reader.
The Translator to the Reader.
THE HONORABLE INFIDELITY.
THE FRVSTRATED INTENTIONS.
THE HAPPIE STAY.
THE FOOLISH BOAST.
THE TREACHEROVS BROTHER IN LAVV.
THE FORTVNATE Misfortune.
THE IMPVDENT ATTEMPT.
THE VNLVCKY FAINING: OR, Counterfeiting.
THE DOVBLE FRATRICIDE.
THE DOVBLE RAPE.
THE IVST RECOM∣PENCE.
THE VVEAKE CONIECTVRE.
THE VANQVISHED Mans Trophy.
THE VNCONSTANT ambitious Woman.
THE HAPPIE Almes-deed.