The prologue of a Doctor in recommendacion of Arystotle the prynce of phylosophers
An epystle that Alexander sent to Arystotle.
An epystle that Aristotle sent to Alexander.
The prologue of a doctour named Phylyp that translated this boke in to latyn.
An epystle sent to kyng Alexandre by Arystotle.
The maner of kynges
Of the maner of kynges as touchyng largesse.
Of largesse and avaryce, and of many other vyces.
Of vertues & vyces, & of the doctryne of Arystotle.
Of the understandynge.
Of the fynall intencyon that a kynge ought to have.
Of evylles that folowe flesshely desyre.
Of the wysdome and ordynaunce of a kynge.
Of the worthynes, relygyon, and holynesse of a kynge.
Of the pourveyaunce of a kynge.
Of the vestymentes of a kynge.
Of the countenaunce of a kynge.
Of the Justyce of a kynge.
Of the worldly desyres of a kynge.
Of the chastyte of a kynge.
Of the sportynge of a kynge.
Of the dyscrecyon of a kynge.
Of the reverence of a kynge.
How the kynge ought to remembre his subgectes.
Of the mercy of a kynge.
Of paynes and punysshementes.
Of the knowlege of the sayd paynes.
How a kynge ought to kepe his fayth or othe.
The governayle of helth.
How a kynge ought to kepe his body.
Of the dyfference of astronomy.
Of the governayle of helth.
Of the governayle of seke people.
In how many maners a man may kepe his helthe.
Of dyvers meates for the stomake.
Of the stomake.
The sygnes to knowlege the stomake.
An epystle of grete value.
Of the maner to travayle.
Of the maner of eatynge.
Of abstynence of meat.
How pure water ought not to be drunken.
Of the maner to slepe.
The kepyng of custome or wont.
How one ought to chaunge custome.
Of the foure seasons of the yere.
Of prymtyme, and what it is.
Of somer, and what it is.
Of Autompne, or hervest.
Of wynter, and what it is.
Of naturall heate.
Of thynges that fatteth the body.
Of thynges that leaneth the body.
Of the fyrst parte of the body.
Of the seconde parte of the body.
Of the thyrde parte of the body.
Of the fourthe parte of the body.
Of naturall heate.
Of the qualytees of meates.
Of the nature of fysshe.
Of the nature of waters.
Of the nature of wyne.
Of goodnesse & harme that cometh of wyne.
Of the fourme of Justyce.
Of kynges secretaryes.
Of a kynges messagers.
Of the governaunce of the people.
Of the physonomy of people.
Reasons of the grete phylosophre Sydrac
How one ought to uttre his speche.
The maner of angre.
To uttre secretes.
How thou oughtest to sporte with thy frende.
The maner to doubt and trust thyn enemy.
Lenvoy and excuse of Robert Coplande the translatour of this boke
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