And yet agayne well beloved sone I tell the that the phylosophres have spoken and sayd. It behoveth that the royall mageste be governed by ryghtwysnesse, & not by faynt apparence, but in dede, to thende that every man may se and knowe clerely the goodnesse of a kynge, and that he feare god. And wyll be governed in godly wayes, than shall he be honoured & doubted. And yf he shewe hym selfe faynynge to be good, and is nought to his subgectes, his yll werkes can not be hyd, nor it may not be but his people shall knowe it. He shall be dyspysed of god & shamed in the worlde. And his dedes shalbe lessed, & the honoure of the crowne of his realme shall fayle. What shall I tell the more? there is no tresure in this world to good fame. And moreover dere sone, it besemeth that thou worshyp clerkes, and poverte of good men of relygyon, and exalt wyse men and speke oft with them. And questyon often of doubtes with them. And demaunde many thynges of them. And answer wysely to theyr questyons. And honoure noble men as eche of them is worthy.