A treatise of jealousie, or, Means to preserve peace in marriage

Publication Date1684
RemainderWherein is treated of I. The nature and effects of jealousie, which for the most part is the fatal cause of discontents between man and wife. II. And because jealousie is a passion, it's therefore occasionally discoursed of passions in general, giving an exact ida of the production of passions, and of the oeconomie of the body so far as it relates thereunto. III. The reciprocal duties of man and wife, with infallable means to preserve peace in the family, by avoiding dissentions that may arise from jealousie, or any other cause whatever. Written in French, and faithfully translated. Highly necessary to be considered by all persons before they enter into the state of matrimony, as well as such as are already married
Extent[16], 158, [2] p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for W. Freeman, over against the Devil Tavern by Temple-Bar in Fleetstreet

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