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Written in English
|Other titles||Laelius de amicitia.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 12:5.|
|Contributions||Harington, John, d. 1582.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 65 [i.e. 66]  leaves|
|Number of Pages||66|
Cicero, Marcus Tullius: The booke of freendeship of Marcus Tullie Cicero (London: Essex House Press, ), also by C. R. Ashbee, E. Denison Ross, and John Harington, contrib. by Essex House Press (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Books . Laelius de Amicitia: Laelius über die Freundschaft / Marcus Tullius Cicero; Lateinisch-Deutsch ed. Max Faltner. , Heimeran in Latin - 3 verb. Aufl. The booke of freendeship of Marcus Tullie Cicero (London: Essex House Press, ), by Marcus Tullius Cicero, C. R. Ashbee, E. Denison Ross, and John Harington, contrib. by Essex House Press (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). 5. John Harington, “The booke of freendeship of Marcus Tullie Cicero,” in Hughey, John Harington, 6. Geoffrey Chaucer, The Workes, Newlye Printed: Wyth Dyuers Workes Whych Were Neuer in Print Before, ed. William Thynne (London, ). 7.
WILLIAM MORRIS, trans. Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, wrote the first part of this Christian allegory while imprisoned in the early s for religious reasons. The book was first published in The woodcut frontispiece is by Reginald Savage. The Booke of Freendeship of Marcus Tullie Cicero SIR JOHN HARRYNGTON, trans. Full text of "Letters and epigrams of Sir John Harington, together with The prayse of private life" See other formats. Sir John Harington One of Queen Elizabeth I's godchildren, John Harington was educated at Eton College and subsequently matriculated at King's College, University of Cambridge where he graduated with a BA in /78 and MA in , was appointed High Sheriff of Somerset in , and served under the Earl of Essex during Elizabeth's wars against the Irish during which he was knighted, in /5. " Cicero, Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue, of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute, trans. John Tiptoft (), e.g., sig. : Jonathan McGovern.
[The paradox of Marcus Tullius Cicero, latelye translated out of the laten tonge by R. whitinton.] by: Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Published: () A proposal for printing in English, the select orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero according to the last Oxford edition. Ashbee, C R. The Book of Common Prayer. Essex House Press (). woodcut illustrations and chapter headings Copies on Abebooks Copies on eBay. Cicero,. The Booke of Freendeship of Marcus Tullie Cicero. Essex House Press (). copies; two wood engraved portraits Copies on Abebooks Copies on eBay. Kempis, Thomas. The Imitation of Christ. (21) A subsequent vernacular translation of Cicero's De amicitia was The Booke of Freendeshipe in Fouure Seuerall Treatises of M. Tullius Cicero, trans. T. Newton (London, ). (22) E. Spenser, The Faerie Queene (London, ), Canto x, III, sig K1v (no line numbers given). (23) Cicero, Fouure Severall Treatises, C7v. Full text of "Nugae antiquae: being a miscellaneous collection of original papers, in prose and verse; written during the reigns of Henry VI. Queen Mary, Elizabeth, and King James. Selected from authentic remains by the late Henry Harington, and newly arranged, with illustrative notes".