Youths behaviour, or, Decency in conversation amongst men

Publication Date1668
RemainderComposed in French by grave persons, for the use and benefit of their youth. Now newly turned into English, by Francis Hawkins, nephew to Sir Thomas Hawkins, translator of Caussin's holy court. With the addition of twenty six new precepts, written by a grave author, which are marked thus (+) and some more additions. The ninth impression. Whereunto is added Lilies rules, translated out of the Latin into English verse. There is likewise added the first entrance of a youth into the university; together with English and Latin proverbs, and a very useful table, for expounding of hard words in the English tongue, much enlarged. All which new additions may be sold by themselves.
Extent[4], 69, p. 50, [42], 83-94, 97-180, [2], 187-210, 213-230, [30]
Publisherprinted by S.Griffin for William Lee, formerly dwelling at the Turks-head in Fleetstreet, but now living next to the Kings-head Tavern in Chancery-lane

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