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#The new-found politicke Disclosing the secret natures and dispositions as well of priuate persons as of statesmen and courtiers; wherein the gouernments, greatnesse, and power of the most notable kingdomes and common-wealths of the world are discouered and censured. Together with many excellent caueats and rules fit to be obserued by those princes and states of Christendome, both Protestants and papists, which haue reason to distrust the designes of the King of Spaine, as by the speech of the Duke of Hernia, vttered in the counsell of Spaine, and hereto annexed, may appeare. Written in Italian by Traiano Boccalini ... And now translated into English for the benefit of this kingdome. De' ragguagli di Parnaso. English#

##Boccalini, Traiano, 1556-1613.## The new-found politicke Disclosing the secret natures and dispositions as well of priuate persons as of statesmen and courtiers; wherein the gouernments, greatnesse, and power of the most notable kingdomes and common-wealths of the world are discouered and censured. Together with many excellent caueats and rules fit to be obserued by those princes and states of Christendome, both Protestants and papists, which haue reason to distrust the designes of the King of Spaine, as by the speech of the Duke of Hernia, vttered in the counsell of Spaine, and hereto annexed, may appeare. Written in Italian by Traiano Boccalini ... And now translated into English for the benefit of this kingdome. De' ragguagli di Parnaso. English Boccalini, Traiano, 1556-1613.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. TO THE KINGS MOST Excellent Maiestie. The Contents of the first Part.Chap. 1. THE Company or Corporation of Polititians, sets vp a Ware-ho #####Body#####

  2. THE NEW-FOVND POLITICKE.

    _ The first Raguaglio of the first part.

    _ The most soueraigne vertue Fidelitie, being secretly fled from Parnassus, Apollo hauing discouered where shee had hidden her selfe, dispatcheth the two most excellent Muses, Melpomene and Thalia, to perswade her to returne.

    _ Apollo perceiuing the great disorders, that the flight of the sacred vertue Fidelitie, bred in all Mankind, by the mediation of the Soueraigne Muses, and of the sublime Heroike Vertues, obtaineth her returne into Parnassus.

    _ Iustus Lipsius, to make amends for the fault hee had committed in accusing of Tacitus, doth so passionately obserue him, that before Apollo he is charged to idolatrize him: whereupon after a faigned, and but verball punishment, hee it in the end by his Maiestie, not only absolued, but highly commended and admired.

    _ The chiefest learned men of Parnassus are sutors vnto Apollo; to enioyne Tacitus, to recompile those bookes of his Annales and Histories, which are lost.

    _ Cornelius Tacitus, for some complaints vrged against him by diuers great Princes, by reason of certaine politicall spectacles, which he hath deuised, most preiudiciall vnto their gouernment, hauing beene emprisoned, is by Apollo set at libertie.

    _ The Duke of Laconia, for hauing aduanced a most faithfull Secretarie of his, to the highest dignities of his estate, is accused before Apollo to idolatrize and dote vpon a Mignon: but he doth most egregiously defend himselfe.

    _ Apollo, bewailing the wofull wrackes, which in the Courts of great Princes, his vertuous followers suffer, and fall into; for to assure their Nauigation, commandeth some of the chiefest learned men in his Dominion, to endeuour to frame a Sailing-card, to saile safely by land.

    _ The Lord Iohn de la Casa, hauing presented his quaint Galateo, or booke of Manners vnto Apollo, meeteth with great difficulties in diuers Nations, about their promises to obserue the same.

    _ Apollo hauing highly commended the Statute, made by the most mighty Kings of Spaine, that no Aduocates, Lawyers, or Proctors shall passe into the Indies, the Doctors of the Law finding themselues aggrieued, complaine vnto his Majestie.

    _ An Apothecarie, at the very instant, that he is taken prisoner by Sergeants, without being examined at all, is forthwith condemned and sent to the Gallies.

    _ The vertuous people of Apollo's State hauing consigned vnto his Maiesties Generall Treasurer the accustomed Donatiue of a thousand conceits, according to their custome they beg a boone or grace at his hands.

    _ By letters intercepted, and taken from a Currier, dispatched by some Princes to the Lake of Auerno, the common people come to know, that the rancors and hatreds now raigning among diuers Nations, are occasioned and stirred vp by the artifices of their Princes.

    _ Antonio Perez of Aragon, hauing presented the Booke of his Relations vnto Apollo, his Maiesty doth not onely refuse to accept it, but commandeth the same to be presently burnt.

    _ The Monarchie of Spaine is much agrieued, that her falshoods and treacheries are discouered.

    _ The Spanish Monarchie arriueth in Parnassus, She intreateth Apollo to be cured of a Cauterie: Shee is dismissed by the politike Physitians.

    _ The Spanish Monarchie goeth to the Oracle of Delphos, to know whether shee shall euer obtaine the Monarchie of the world; she hath a crosse answer.

    _ Philip the second of that name, King of Spaine, after long strife about his Title, makes his solemne entrie into Parnassus.

    _ The Dogs of the Indies are become Wolues.

    _ The French are humble sutors vnto Apollo, to know the secret, how to perfume gloues after the Spanish fashion.

    _ Why the Monarchy of Spaine is lately retired into her Palace.

    _ How the ministers and officers of Spaine are continually interessed in their priuate profit.

    _ Apollo hauing vsed all possible meanes, and exquisite diligence, to haue some one of the Court-Mignons, or Princes-Idols taken and apprehended, doth seuerely proceed against one lately fallen into the hands of the Iudges.

    _ The whole race or Genus of Sheepe send their publike Ambassadors to Apollo, by whom they earnestly entreat him to grant them sharp teeth and long hornes: whose suit is by his Maiesty scorned and reiected.

    _ In a publike congresse or Assembly, contrary to the accustomed manner of the Phoebean Court, Force hauing pretended to preceed Reputation; that illustrious Lady with an excellent resolution, maintaineth her reputation and credit which was in some danger.

    _ The Prouince of Focides by her Ambassadors complaineth vnto Apollo, that his Maiesties officers doe not permit her to enioy her priuiledges: whose request is not only reiected, but they haue a most sharp and vnpleasant answer.

    _ Socrates hauing this morning beene found dead in his bed, Apollo vseth all possible diligence, to discouer the true occasion of his sudden death.

    _ Natalis Comes the Historian, for hauing spoke some thing in a publike congresse of learned men, that grieuously offended Apollo, is by his Maiestie seuerely punished.

  3. THE NEW-FOVND POLITCKE.

    _ CHAP. 1.

    _ CHAP. 2.

    _ CHAP. 4.

    _ CHAP. 5.

    _ CHAP. 6.

    _ CHAP. 7.

    _ CHAP. 8.

    _ CHAP. 9.

    _ CHAP. 10.

    _ CHAP. 11.

    _ The Poste of Parnassus to the READER.

  4. THE NEW-FOVND POLITCKE.

    _ CHAP. 1.

    _ CHAP. 2.

    _ CHAP. 3.

    _ CHAP. 4.

    _ CHAP. 5.

    _ CHAP. 6.

    _ CHAP. 7.

    _ CHAP. 8.

    _ CHAP. 9.

    _ CHAP. 10.

    _ CHAP. 11.

    _ CHAP. 12.

    _ CHAP. 13.

    _ CHAP. 14.

    _ CHAP. 15.

    _ CHAP. 16.

    _ CHAP. 17.

    _ CHAP. 18.

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