The counsellor of estate : Contayning the greates and most remarkeable considerations seruing for the managing of publicke affaires. Diuided into three parts. The first contaynes the meanes to settle an estate. The secund, the meanes to perserue it. And the third, the meanes to encrease it. Written in French by one of the ancient counsellors to the most Christian kings, Henry the Fourth, and Levvis the thirteenth. Translated by E.G


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Persons: Béthune, Philippe de, comte de Selles et de Charost [Author]; Grimeston, Edward [Other]
Format: eBook
Publication:London : Printed by Nicholas Okes, 1634
Part of:Early English Books Online / EEBO
Subjects:Political science
Notes:STC (2nd ed.), 1977
The last two leaves are blank
Translation of: Le conseiller d'estat
E.G. = Edward Grimeston
One of the ancient counsellors = Philippe de Béthune
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library
Title of work:Conseiller d'estat
Physical description:1 Online-Ressource ([32], 100, 107-258, 257-336, [4] p., plate)
Reproduction:Ann Arbor, Mich, UMI, 1999, Electronic reproduction; Digital version of: (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 623:05)