|Author:||Meurier, Gabriel, b. 1587?|
|Title:||The nosegay of morall philosophie lately dispersed amongst many Italian authours, and now newely and succinctly drawne together into questions and answers, and translated into Englishe by T.C. Seene and allowed.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The nosegay of morall philosophie lately dispersed amongst many Italian authours, and now newely and succinctly drawne together into questions and answers, and translated into Englishe by T.C. Seene and allowed.
Meurier, Gabriel, b. 1587?, Crew, Thomas, fl. 1580,
Imprinted at London: At the three Cranes in the Vintree by Thomas Dawson, 1580.
|Alternate titles:||Bouquet de philosophie morale. English Le bouquet de philosophie morale.|
A translation of: Meurier, Gabriel. Le bouquet de philosophie morale.
Translator's dedication signed: Thomas Crewe.
Signatures: pi2 A-H (-H8).
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
To the right woorshipfull and his singular good Lady and mi∣stres, the Lady Martin of London, Tho∣mas Crewe wisheth long life with increase of all happines and woorship.
¶ The Nosegay of Mo∣rall Philosophie.
Ʋerses of a blessed life.
Of worldly Wealth.