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#The paradise of daintie deuises containyng sundrie pithie preceptes, learned counsailes and excellent inuentions : right pleasant and profitable for all ages / deuised and written for the most parte by M. Edwardes, sometime of her Maiesties chappell, the rest by sundrie learned gentlemen both of honor and worship, whose names hereafter followe.#

##Edwards, Richard, 1523?-1566.## The paradise of daintie deuises containyng sundrie pithie preceptes, learned counsailes and excellent inuentions : right pleasant and profitable for all ages / deuised and written for the most parte by M. Edwardes, sometime of her Maiesties chappell, the rest by sundrie learned gentlemen both of honor and worship, whose names hereafter followe. Edwards, Richard, 1523?-1566.

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##Content Summary##

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  1. ¶ The names of those who wrote these Deuises.

  2. ¶To the right honourable Syr Henry Compton Knight, Lord Compton of Compton.

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  1. The Paradise The translation of the blessed S. Bernardes Verses, conteinyng the vnstable felicitie of this wayfaring world.

    _ 1. Our pleasures are but vanities.

    _ 2. Who waighteth on this wauering world, and veweth ech estate, By triall taught shall learne it best. to liue in simple rate.

    _ 3. The perfect trial of a faithful friend.

    _ 4. Being asked the occasion of his white head, he answereth thus.

    _ 5. Beware of had I wist.

    _ 6. M. Edwardes May.

    _ 7. Fayre wordes make fooles fayne.

    _ 8. In his extreame sickenesse.

    _ 9. Eor Christmas day. Reioyce, reioyce, with hart and voyce, In Christes byrth this day reioyce.

    _ 10. For Easter day.

    _ 11. For Whitsonday.

    _ 12. No pleasure without some payne.

    _ 13. Who myndes to bryng his Shippe to happy shore, Must care to know the lawes of wisedomes lore.

    _ 14. Of the vnconstant stay of Fortunes giftes.

    _ 15. Promise is debt.

    _ 16. No wordes, but deedes.

    _ 17. He desireth exchaunge of life.

    _ 18. Of the instabilitie of youth.

    _ 19. Most happy is that state alone, Where wordes and deedes agree in one.

    _ Who will aspire to dignitie: 20. By learnyng must aduaunced be.

    _ 21. Mans flittyng life findes surest stay: Where sacred vertue beareth sway.

    _ 22. Nothing is comparable vnto a faithfull frend.

    _ Golden precepts.

    _ ¶In prayse of the Snayle.

    _ 21. Remember thy end.

    _ 24. He perswadeth his friend from the fond affectes of loue.

    _ 25. Wanting his desire, he complayneth.

    _ 28. Trie before you trust.

    _ 27. A Lady forsaken complayneth.

    _ 28. Finding worldly ioyes but vanities, he wisheth death.

    _ ¶ A reply to M. Edwardes Maie.

    _ 30. Hauyng maried a worthy Ladie, and taken away by death, he complayneth his mishap.

    _ 31. A worthy dittie, song before the Queenes Maiestie at Bristow.

    _ 32. An Epitaph vpon the death of Sir Edward Saunders Knight, Lord chief Baron of the Exchequer.

    _ 33. His good name beyng blemished, he bewayleth.

    _ 34. Of Fortunes power.

    _ 36. Though triumph after bloudy warres, the greatest brags doe beare, Yet triumph of a conquered mynde, the crowne of fame shall weare:

    _ 37. Of perfect wisedome.

    _ 38. A frendly admonition.

    _ 39. Sundrie men, sundry affectes.

    _ 40. Of a frend and a flatterer.

    _ 41. Of sufferaunce commeth ease.

    _ 43. All thinges are vayne.

    _ 44. A vertuous Gentlewoman in the prayse of her loue.

    _ 45. Oppressed with sorrow, he wisheth Death.

    _ 47. Where reason makes request, there wisedome ought supplie. With frendly aunswere prest, to graunt or els denie.

    _ 48. What ioye to a contented mynde.

    _ 49. Donec eris Faelix multos numerabis amicos, Nullus ad amissas ibit amicus •pes.

    _ 50. Amantium irae amoris redinte gratio est.

    _ 51. Thinke to dye.

    _ 51. If thou desire to liue in quiet rest, Giue eare and see, but say the best.

    _ 52. Beyng forsaken of his frend, he complayneth.

    _ 45. Prudence. The historie of Damacles, and Dionise.

    _ 55. Fortitude. A young man of Aegipt and Valerian.

    _ 56. Iustice, Zaleuch and his sonne.

    _ 57. Temperaunce▪ Spurina and the Romaine Ladies.

    _ 58. A braunche of hearbes and flowers.

    _ 59. In commendation of Musicke.

    _ 60. A Dialogue betweene the Authour and his Eye.

    _ 61. Finding no ioye, he desireth death.

    _ ¶ Hope well and haue well.

    _ He requesteth some freendly comfort. affirming his constancie.

    _ ¶ He complayneth his mishap.

    _ ¶ No foe to a flatterer.

    _ His comparison of Loue.

    _ A Louers ioye.

    _ Euill to him that euill thinketh.

    _ ¶ He assureth his constancie.

    _ Complayning of his mishap to his friend, he complaineth wittely.

    _ No paynes comparable to his attempt.

    _ He repenteth his follie.

    _ No pleasure without some payne.

    _ The fruite of feyned frendes.

    _ A Dialogue betwene a Gentleman and his Loue.

    _ Exclayming vpon his vnkinde Loue, his frend replyeth wittely.

    _ The complaint of a Louer, wearing Blacke and Taunie.

    _ Findyng no relief, he complayneth thus.

    _ ¶Written vpon the death of his especiall good frend Maister Iohn Barnabe, who departed this life at Bensted, in the Countie of Southampton. 25. Ianuary. 1579. Aeratis. 76.

    _ Coelum non solum.

    _ A Louer reiected, complaineth.

    _ Not attaining to his desire, he complayneth.

    _ ¶ A young Gentleman willing to trauell into forreygne partes being intreated to staie in England: Wrote as followeth.

    _ ¶ No ioye comparable to a quiet minde.

    _ That Loue is required by disdayne.

    _ Of a contented state.

    _ Beyng disdayned, he complayneth.

    _ Of the meane estate.

    _ Of a contented minde.

    _ Trie before you trust.

    _ He renounceth all the effectes of Loue.

    _ Bethinking himselfe of his end, writeth thus.

    _ Beyng in Loue, he complaineth.

    _ Beyng in trouble, he writeth thus.

    _ Being troubled in minde, he writeth as followeth.

    _ Looke or you leape.

    _ A description of the world.

    _ A wittie and pleasaunt consaite.

    _ ¶ The complaynt of a Sinner. And song by the Earle of Essex vpon his death bedde in Ireland.

    _ The fruite that springes from willfull wittes, is ruth and ruine rage▪ And sure what headlesse youth committes, repentaunce rues in age.

    _ Maister Edwardes his I may not.

    _ The complaint of a sorrowfull Soule.

    _ ¶ Alluding his state to the prodigall child.

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