The Boke of Nurture, or Schoole of Good Maners; For Men, Servants, and Children, with Stans Puer Ad Mensam. Newly Corrected, Very Necessary for All Yo

The Boke of Nurture, or Schoole of Good Maners; For Men, Servants, and Children, with Stans Puer Ad Mensam. Newly Corrected, Very Necessary for All Yo

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1577 edition. Excerpt: ...vice Kepe measure in wealth, a tyme is to the lent.--(Colwell, sign. C. i.) Take pain in youth if thou wilt be calld againe Or thou must take it in age and be ful of vice Keep measure in welth, a time is to thee lent.---(Vcale, B. iii.) An yreful body is neuer qnyet, nor in rest where he doth dwel One amonge.x. is ix. to many, his malyce is so cruell. (Pelit, sign. C. i.) There is neuer quiet, where angry folke dwell, Ten is nyne to many, theyr malyce is so cruell.----(Colwell, sign. C. i.) There is neuer quiet, where angry folk dwel Ten, is nync to manie" their malice is so_crue1.--(Veale, C. i.) Neither Colwell's nor Veale's edition contains The Rule of Honest Liuiny, and Redman's cannot have it either. Lord Ashburnham writes to say that he has a coipy of East's edition of 1568. A transcript of its Title-age has lately turnc up in a collection, and Mr W. C. Hazlitt has been goodp enough to send me an advance-proof of this Title as entered in his Ha/z/I/100'i=, as fol ows: -"The Book of Nurture for men scruantes and children (with stans puer ad mensam). Hereunto is annexed our Lords Prayer, our Belicfe, and the.x. Commandments. with godly Graces, to be sayde at the Table, before and after meat. Very vtile and neccssary for all youth to learnc. Imprinted at London in Breadstreet at the nether ende, by Thomas East, 1568. Oblong 4to, _22 leaves. With a woodcut on the title, representing a master with his THere is fewe thinges to be vnderstand more neces-F0, p, ., .,, sary then to teache and gouerne Children in learn--1'''h";" fc_hm8 0, ing and good manners, for it is ahye seruyce to God, it: L''_L', 'c': ';0i'G': ) '." getteth..."show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236553721
  • 9781236553720