|Author:||Thynne, Francis, 1545?-1608.|
|Title:||The application of certain histories concerning ambassadours and their functions, by Francis Thynn, Esquire. Taken out of Sir Robert Cottons library.:|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The application of certain histories concerning ambassadours and their functions, by Francis Thynn, Esquire. Taken out of Sir Robert Cottons library.:
Thynne, Francis, 1545?-1608., Cotton, Robert, Sir, 1571-1631.
London: printed for J. Crook, and J. Baker, and are to be sold at the sign of the Ship in Pauls Church-yard, 1651.
To the Right Honourable, his sin∣gular good Lord, WIL∣LIAM Lord COBHAM, Lord Warden of the Cinque-Ports, FRANCIS THYNN wisheth perpetu∣all health, further in∣crease of honour, and good successe in all his Ho∣nourable Attempts.
The Application of certain Histories concerning Ambassadors and their Functions, &c.
CHAP. 1. Of the Name, or first In∣vention of Legates, or Embassadours.
CHAP. 2. That other Nations besides the Romans used Embassadours.
CRAP. 3. What persons are meete to be Ambassadours.
CHAP. 4. What Lawes, and privi∣leges were made, and allowed for and to Ambassadours.
CHAP. 5. Apophthegmes, or wise, and pleasant Answers given, and made by, and to Ambassadours.
CRAP. 3. Ambassadours that dyed in their Embassie.
CHAP. 7. Ambassadours evilly en∣treated in their Em∣bassie.
CHAP. 8. The revengement of cruel∣ty used to Ambassodours against the Law of Nature.
CHAP. 9. Ambassadours evilly re∣warded at their return into their Countries.
CHAP. 10. Trayterous Ambassadours towards their Masters and Princes.
CHAP. 11. Of the foolish sayings, and doings of Ambassadours.
CHAP. 12. Of Persons sent divers times in Embassie.