Examples for kings, or, Rules for princes to governe by. Wherein is contained these ensuing particulars, 1. A discourse touching regall and politique government. 2 A prince must be just in his sentence. 3 What man is fit to be a governour, and to beare rule. 4 That a prince ought to be true of his word. 5 That a prince ought to be religious. 6 That a prince ought not to shed innocent bloud. 7 That a prince ought to be circumspect in giving credit to evill reports. 8 That a prince ought to beware of parasites. 9 What kind of men ought to be of the kings councell. 10 That it is dangerous for a prince to take aid of a stranger. 11 How a prince may get and keep the love of his subjects. 12 That a prince ought to be well advised how he begin a war.
Printed for Henry Hutton,
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