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The holy court in five tomes: the first, treating of motives, which should excite men of qualitie to Christian perfection. The second, of the prelate, souldier, states-man, and ladie. The third, of maxims of Christianitie against prophanesse, divided into three parts, viz. divinitie, government of this life, & state of the other world. The fourth, containing the command of reason over the passions. The fifth, now first published in English, and much augmented according to the last edition of the authour; containing the lives of the most famous and illustrious courtiers; taken both out of the Old and New Testament, and other modern authours. Preview this item
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The holy court in five tomes: the first, treating of motives, which should excite men of qualitie to Christian perfection. The second, of the prelate, souldier, states-man, and ladie. The third, of maxims of Christianitie against prophanesse, divided into three parts, viz. divinitie, government of this life, & state of the other world. The fourth, containing the command of reason over the passions. The fifth, now first published in English, and much augmented according to the last edition of the authour; containing the lives of the most famous and illustrious courtiers; taken both out of the Old and New Testament, and other modern authours.

Author: Nicolas Caussin; T. H., Sir
Publisher: London, Printed by W. Bentley, sold by John Williams, 1650.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicolas Caussin; T. H., Sir
OCLC Number: 3438504
Notes: Title vignettes.
Each tome has special t.p. (4th-5th without place and publisher).
Dedicatory letter of fourth tome signed: Thomas Hawkins.
First English edition (t.1-2 only) Paris, 1626.
"The angel of peace to all Christian princes" (with special t.p.): 1 ℓ., 12, [1] p. at end.
Translation of: La Cour sainte.
Description: 7 preliminary leaves, 522, [18], 319 pages, 1 leaf, 12, [8] pages illustrations (portraits) 33 cm
Other Titles: Cour sainte.
Responsibility: Written in French by Nicholas Caussin, S.J. Translated into English by Sr. T.H. and others.

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