The counsellor : Exactly pourtraited in two bookes. VVherein the offices of magistrates, the happie life of subiectes, and the felicitie of common-weales is pleasantly and pithilie discoursed. A golden worke, replenished with the chiefe learning of the most excellent philosophers and lawgiuers, and not onely profitable, but verie necessarie for all those that be admitted to the administration of a well-gouerned common-weale. Written in Latin by Laurentius Grimaldus, and consecrated to the honour of the Polonian empyre. Newlie translated into English


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Person: Goślicki, Wawrzyniec [Author]
Format: eBook
Publication:London : Imprinted by Richard Bradocke, Anno salutis humanæ M.D.XC.VIII. [1598]
Part of:Early English Books Online / EEBO
Subjects:Political science
Political ethics
Notes:STC (2nd ed.), 12372
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
A translation of: De optimo senatore
Title of work:De optimo senatore
Physical description:1 Online-Ressource ([4], 155, [1] p)
Reproduction:Ann Arbor, Mich, UMI, 1999, Electronic reproduction; Digital version of: (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 244:10)