A paraenesis to the Prince

by William Alexander Earl of Stirling

Publisher: Printed by Richard Field for Edward Blount in London

Written in English
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  • Poetry,
  • History

Edition Notes

Statementby William Alexander of Menstrie
ContributionsField, Richard, -1624, printer, Blount, Edward, active 1588-1632, bookseller, Barton, Thomas Pennant, 1803-1869, former owner
The Physical Object
Pagination[28] p. ;
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25852445M
OCLC/WorldCa228716721

William Alexander, Earl of Stirling (?). Critical Introduction by Thomas Humphry Ward. T. H. Ward, ed. The English Poets. Jacques Mentel, De vera typographiae origine paraenesis; ad sapientissimum virum D. Bernardum a Malinkrot, monasteriensem decanum (Paris, ) Patriotic claimants to the invention of printing by moveable type before Johannes Gutenberg were rarely in short supply, even two centuries after the appearance of the so-called Gutenberg Bible in c. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them., Free ebooks since This book stimulated a number of refutations. The son of Pierre du Moulin, Louis (–), professor of history at Oxford, attacked it vigorously in a lengthy preface to his defense of Congregationalism against Amyraut’s advocacy of synodal church government (Paraenesis ad Aedificatores Imperii in Imperio adversus M. Amyraldum, London.

Paraenesis was a guide to good rulership, in which Stirling expressed his belief that a wise prince should consult books, love virtue and seek good advice from trusted counsellors. Whilst these were not all lessons that Charles II heeded, he is unlikely to have forgotten this contact with the fourth earl's grandfather at such a young and. It is said that Henry, prince of Wales, was his godfather. He was educated at Eton, and was remarkable for the sweetness of his disposition, his devotional habits, and proficiency in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, At the age of thirteen he went to Magdalen College, Oxford, and . When she again encounters the Brat Prince, it's not an interview. But it is some kind of conversation. [Title taken from Howl by Alan Ginsberg] Series. Part 11 of To Die as Lovers May; Language: English Words: 6, Chapters: 1/1 Comments: 6 Kudos: 15 Bookmarks: 2 Hits: A Continuation of Sir Philip Sydney's Arcadia: Wherein is Handled The Loves of Amphialus and Helena Queen of Corinth, Prince Plangus and Erona; With the Historie of the Loves of Old Claius and Young Strephon to Urania (London: Printed by W. Bentley to be sold by T. Heath, ), by Anna Weamys (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers).

The Instruction of a Christian Prince. Desiderius Erasmus - unknown - Londonpeace Book Company. Rule Forever: Featuring Niccolo Machiavelli's the Prince and the First Decade of Tito Livy. C. I. Chukwu - - Chiecs Publishers. Proem. A wise son maketh. glad a father, and an affectionate father taketh delight in a prudent son. For the Lord giveth wit to speak in season, and addeth thereto an ear to hear; with Him is the treasure of wisdom, and from Him cometh every perfect gift; He setteth kings upon the throne and giveth unto them the lordship over all.

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Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy is the second of three items bound together in a single volume titled "Earl of Stirling's Tragedies." This volume contains: [1] The monarchicke tragedies / by William Alexander () -- [2]: A paraenesis to the Prince / by William Alexander -- [3]: Aurora, containing the first fancies of the Pages:   "Aurora" and "A paraenesis to the Prince" (STC and ) were probably issued with this (not included in collation above).

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UMI microfilm reel includes only the first work; the second is on reel Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. Cited In: STC (2nd ed.) Greg III Reproduction. Despite dramatising events that take place in locations as A paraenesis to the Prince book as ancient Rome, Macedonia, Lydia and Persia, and using material from a variety of sources, there is a certain intertextual cohesion to The Monarchicke Tragedies of William Alexander, as partly suggested in A Parænesis to Prince Henry (), a work of advice literature in which Alexander considers the influence of various.

The present volume preserves the issue of The Monarchic Tragedies and both of the poetry editions, A Paraenesis to the Prince and Aurora. In this copy, A Paraenesis to the Prince and Aurora follow Croseus and Darius. The Alexandrean Tragedy and Julius Caesar then come after.

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It is dedicated ‘To the most excellent, high and mightie Prince James the 6, King of Scots, my dreade Soveraigne.’ In there followed another slender quarto, containing a poem of eighty-four stanzas, entitled ‘A Parænesis to the Prince, by William Alexander of Menstrie.

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Elde] for Edward Blount, For the prince he wrote his Paraenesis to the Prince (), a poem in 8-lined stanzas on the familiar theme of princely duty. He was knighted in On the death of Henry inwhen he wrote an elegy on his young patron, he was appointed to the household of prince Charles.

In he (in conjunction with Thomas Foulis and Paulo Pinto. Isocrates’ princely didactics became newly interesting to the generation of Erasmus (The Education of a Christian Prince, or Institutio principis christiani, ), Machiavelli (The Prince,published ), and Castiglione (The Book of the Courtier, ).Erasmus had presented his Latin translation of Plutarch’s How to Tell a Flatterer from a Friend in manuscript to Henry VIII of.

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Paraenesis was a guide to good rulership, in which Stirling expressed his belief that a wise prince should consult books, love virtue and seek good advice from trusted counsellors. Whilst these were not all lessons that Charles II heeded, he is unlikely to have forgotten this contact with the fourth earl’s grandfather at such a young and.

M 4 blank. Epistle dedicatory to Lady Agnes Dowglas, Countess of Argyle. This and the 'Paraenesis' are inserted in the middle of the 'Monarchic Tragedies' at the end of the portion, but appear to be really distinct publications. BM A Paraenesis to the Prince By William Alexander of Menstrie.

Here are Richard Field's books. Books published by the Vautrolliers are listed separately. [1] Aurora. Containing the first fancies of the author's youth, etc. ALEXANDER. William. Earl of Stirling Richard Field, for Edward Blount: London, 4o. [2] A Paraenesis to the Prince [i.e.

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); (4) two passing reminders that peace is the fruit of the Spirit (pp. ); (5) a. It is dedicated ‘To the most excellent, high and mightie Prince James the 6, King of Scots, my dreade Soveraigne.’ In there followed another slender quarto, containing a poem of eighty-four stanzas, entitled ‘A Parænesis to the Prince, by William Alexander of Menstrie.

London, printed by Richard Field for Edward Blount.’. (Aurora, a sonnet sequence published in the same year, was obviously an earlier work; and A Paraenesis to the Prince was obviously a bid for royal favour.) These were followed in by The Alexandrean Tragedy ; and in by a collected edition of his tragedies, including Julius Caesar, written in the interval.Machiavelli's Prince and its Forerunners: The Prince as a Typical Book de Regimine Principum (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, ), by Allan H.

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