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#Aristotles politiques, or Discourses of gouernment. Translated out of Greeke into French, with expositions taken out of the best authours, specially out of Aristotle himselfe, and out of Plato, conferred together where occasion of matter treated of by them both doth offer it selfe: the obseruations and reasons whereof are illustrated and confirmed by innumerable examples, both old and new, gathered out of the most renowmed empires, kingdomes, seignories, and commonweals that euer haue bene, and wherof the knowledge could be had in writing, or by faythfull report, concerning the beginning, proceeding, and excellencie of ciuile gouernment. By Loys Le Roy, called Regius. Translated out of French into English Politics. English#

##Aristotle.## Aristotles politiques, or Discourses of gouernment. Translated out of Greeke into French, with expositions taken out of the best authours, specially out of Aristotle himselfe, and out of Plato, conferred together where occasion of matter treated of by them both doth offer it selfe: the obseruations and reasons whereof are illustrated and confirmed by innumerable examples, both old and new, gathered out of the most renowmed empires, kingdomes, seignories, and commonweals that euer haue bene, and wherof the knowledge could be had in writing, or by faythfull report, concerning the beginning, proceeding, and excellencie of ciuile gouernment. By Loys Le Roy, called Regius. Translated out of French into English Politics. English Aristotle.

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  1. TO THE RIGHT NOBLE AND RENOWMED GENTLEMAN, SIR ROBERT SIDNEY KNIGHT, LORD GOVERNOVR OF THE CAVTIONARIE TOWNE OF VLISSING AND CASTLE OF RAMAKINS.

  2. ¶ To the courteous Reader.

  3. TO THE MOST CHRISTIAN King, Henrie king of Fraunce and Poleland, the third of that name.

  4. ¶ Interpres ad Lectorem.

  5. OF GOVERNMENT AND OF THE MOST RENOWMED LAWMAKERS THAT HAVE PVT IT IN PROOFE, AND of the most famous Authours that haue written thereof, specially of PLATO and ARISTOTLE; togither with a Summe and comparison of their Common-weales.

  6. THE ARGVMENT OR CONTENTS OF THE FIRST BOOKE OF GOVERNMENT.

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  1. THE FIRST BOOKE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF A COMMONWEALE.

    _ THE FIRST CHAPTER. Of a Citie or Common-wealth, and the parts thereof.

    _ CHAP. II. What is a Citie: and that it consisteth by nature: and that man is naturally a sociable and ciuill creature.

    _ CHAP. III. Of a family and the partes thereof, specially of the Master and Seruant.

    _ CHAP. IIII. Of a Bondman, and Bondage, by Nature and by Lawe.

    _ CHAP. V. Of possession, and of the naturall acquisition of goods necessary for life: withall of the variety of liuings and trades of men: and of true riches.

    _ CHAP. VI. Of artificiall getting by way of exchange: and of the inuention of money.

    _ CHAP. VII. That the skill of acquiring and getting is seruant to the skill of housekeeping, called Oeconomie, and to the skill of politicall gouerning: and how it ought to bee vsed.

    _ CHAP. VIII. Of the other parts of house gouernment which belong to the husband and the father: also of such vertues as are respectiuely requisite for gouernours and obeyers.

  2. THE ARGVMENT OR CONTENTS OF THE SECOND BOOKE OF ARISTOLES GOVERNMENT.

  3. THE SECOND BOOKE OF ARISTOTLES GOVERNMENT, TRANSLATED OVT OF GREEKE LATINE AND FRENCH INTO ENGLISH. With an exposition of the hard places: Wherein hee examineth the principall Common-weales of his time.

    _ CHAP. I. That all the Common-vveales of his time deserued correction: and first of all Platoes, reprouing that communitie of things vvhich Socrates deuised in it.

    • Platoes Common-weale.

    _ CHAP. II. The reproofe of the communitie of wiues and children, brought in by Socrates in Platoes Common-weale.

    _ CHAP. III. The reproouing of the communitie of goods and possessions.

    _ CHAP. IIII. Of the insufficiencie of the second forme of Common-wealth, propounded by Plato in his fift booke De Legibus.

    _ CHAP. V. Of Phaleas his Commonweale: and of the Chalcedonian Commonweale.

CHAP. V.

_ CHAP. VI. Of the seuerall Commonweales of Hippodamus, and of the Milesians.

_ CHAP. VII. Of the Commonweale of the Lacedemonians.

_ CHAP. VIII. Of the Commonweale of Crete ordained by Minos.

_ CHAP. IX.  Of the Commonweale of Carthage.

_ CHAP. X. Of the Commonweale of Athens, ordeined by Solon.
  1. THE THIRD BOOKE OF ARISTOTLES CIVIL GOVERNMENT, TRANSLATED OVT OF GREEKE, AND FRENCH, INTO ENGLISH. The Argument.

    _ CHAP. I. Of a Citie, and of a Citizen.

    _ CHAP. II. When anie alteration happeneth in a Cittie, in what case the Cittie shall bee said to remaine: the same that it was before, or otherwise.

    _ CHAP. III. Whether the vertue that belongeth to a good man, be the same with that which belongeth to a good Citizen.

    _ CHAP. IIII. What is a Commonweale, and hovv many kinds thereof there be.

    _ CHAP. V. Of the diuision & definition of Cōmonweals, & of their transgressions.

    _ CHAP. VI. Of the right and law of the Democratie and Oligarchie.

    _ CHAP. VII. Who ought to beare rule in a Citie.

    _ CHAP. VIII. Of the end of a Policie, which is the publicke good, and ciuile iustice, and that it is the noblest end of all other faculties.

    _ CHAP. IX. When a man doth greatly excell in vertue, how they ought to behaue themselues: and of Ostracisme.

    _ CHAP. X. Of a kingdome, and the seuerall kinds thereof.

    _ CHAP. XI. Of the fift kind of gouernment, whether it be more expedient for a Cittie to be gouerned by a good man, or by good lawes.

    _ CHAP. XII. Of an absolute king, and howe people are more disposed to be gouerned by one sort of gouernment, then by another.

  2. THE FOVRTH BOOKE OF ARISTOTLES CIVIL GOVERNMENT, TRANSLATED OVT OF GREEKE, AND FRENCH, INTO ENGLISH. The Argument.

    _ CHAP. I. What a Politician or a Lawgiuer ought to consider in the establishing of a Commonweale.

    _ CHAP. II. Hee resumeth the diuision of Common-weales, propounded in the former booke: and declareth how bad ones are opposed vnto the good.

    _ CHAP. III. Why there are diuers formes of gouernements.

    _ CHAP. IIII. That a Democratie and an Oligarchie are not simple formes: and that there are many sorts and kinds of Democraties.

    _ CHAP. V. Of the kinds of Oligarchie.

    _ CHAP. VI. For vvhat cause there are many sorts of Democratie and Oligarchie.

    _ CHAP. VIII. Of the Gouernement generally called a Commonweale.

    _ CHAP. IX. How the Commonweale so called generally, is made of the Democratie and Oligarchie.

    _ CHAP. X. Of the Tyrannicall State, and the kinds thereof.

    • A discourse touching the beginning, forme, and vices of the Tyrannie: taken out of the eight and ninth booke of Platoes Commonweale.

    _ CHAP. XI. That the best Commonweale, and of longest continuance, is that wherein there are many men of meane substance, neither too rich, nor too poore.

    _ CHAP. XII. Of that which doth generally concerne the preseruation of Cities, and what manner of multitude is fit for a Democratie or an Oligarchie.

    _ CHAP. XIII. Of the sleights and subtile deuises by the rich against the poore, and by the poor against the rich, to purchase to themselues the gouernment of the state, and how the Lawgiuer should take order for it.

    _ CHAP. XIIII. That there are three parts of all Common-weales, the Counsell, the Magistrates, and Iudgements: and first of the authority of the Counsell, and the manners thereof.

    _ CHAP. XV. Of the ordinance and authoritie of Magistracies, and of their distinction.

    _ CHAP. XVI. Of Iudgements, and of the kinds and manners thereof.

  3. THE FIFTH BOOKE OF ARISTOTLES CIVIL GOVERNMENT, TRANSLATED OVT OF GREEKE, AND FRENCH, INTO ENGLISH. The Argument.

    _ CHAP. I. Of the changes happening in publicke Estates.

    _ CHAP. II. From vvhence seditions spring, and of their causes.

    _ CHAP. III. A declaration of the causes of seditions.

    _ CHAP. IIII. The issue of the occasions whereby Commonweales are changed.

    _ CHAP. V. Of the changes that happen in Democraties.

    • The changes and troubles vvhich happened in the Athenian Democratie, taken out of Thucidides eight booke of the Peloponesian vvarre.

    • Seditions and changes in the gouernment of Florence Genoa, and of Siena, famous cities, and also the vnion, concord, stabiltie, and lasting of the Athenian Aristocratie.

    _ CHAP. VI. Of the changes happening in Oligarchies.

    _ CHAP. VII. Of the changes happening in Aristocraties.

    _ CHAP. VIII. Of the perticular preseruation of states.

    _ CHAP. IX. Of the qualities that are to be required in the cheefe gouernors of a state.

    _ CHAP. X. Of the changing, marring, and ouerturning of Monarchies.

    _ CHAP. XI. Of the maintaining and vpholding of Monarchies.

    _ CHAP. XII. That of all States the Oligarchie and Tyranny doe least continue.

  4. THE SIXT BOOKE OF ARISTOTLES CIVIL GOVERNMENT, TRANSLATED OVT OF GREEKE, AND FRENCH, INTO ENGLISH. The Argument.

    _ CHAP. I. Of the properties and congruities of euery Commonvveale, and of their ioinings and knittings together.

    _ CHAP. II. What the end and ground of the Democratie is.

    _ CHAP. III. How right is to be obserued in the Democratie.

    _ CHAP. IIII. Which is the best kind of Democracie.

    _ CHAP. V. An aduertisement for the preseruing of Democracies.

    _ CHAP. VI. How Oligarchies ought to be preserued.

    _ CHAP. VII. Of the parts of the people that are meet for warre, and how all kinds of Oligarchies ought to vse them.

    _ CHAP. VIII. What Offices are necessary •or any estate, and what commodious and honourable.

  5. THE SEVENTH BOOKE OF ARISTOTLES CIVIL GOVERNMENT, TRANSLATED OVT OF GREEKE, AND FRENCH, INTO ENGLISH. The Argument.

    _ CHAP. I. Of the perfect Commonweale, and the happy Citie.

    _ CHAP. II. Whether the felicity of one perticular person, and of the Citie be all one, and which life is to be preferred, either that which is imployed in action, or that which is spent in contemplation and study.

    _ CHAP. III. Whether felicity doth consist in the actiue or contemplatiue life.

    _ CHAP. IIII. Of the commodities requisit for the establishing of a good kind of gouernment, and of an happy city, and of the greatnesse of a city.

    _ CHAP. V. Of the soile or prouince, which is the most commodious.

    _ CHAP. VI. Whether the nearenesse of the sea be profitable or not.

    _ CHAP. VII. Of what qualitie or nature the Cittizens ought to be: and a commendation of the Grecians.

    _ CHAP. VIII. What the true parts of a citie be, and the necessarie parts thereof.

    _ CHAP. IX. Whether all the charges of a Cittie are to be indifferently communicated to all persons, or whether some are peculiar, others common.

    _ CHAP. X. That the distributing of Citties by the kinds of the inhabitants, hath been aunciently vsed.

    _ CHAP. XI. Of the scituation of a Citie, and of foure things.

    _ CHAP. XII. Of temples, publicke or common houses and places to diet together in.

    _ CHAP. XIII. Of felicity, and the meanes to attaine thereunto, and how men wexe vertuous by three things.

    _ CHAP. XIIII. Whether the gouernours and obeyers, ought alwaies to be all one and the selfesame persons, or changed by turnes, and to what end the Commonweale ought to be directed, that it is for peace and tranquility, and not for wars and lordly dominion.

    _ CHAP. XV. What vertues ought to be in a Commonweale.

    _ CHAP. XVI. Of the time wherein men and vvomen should be coupled in marriage, and of the procreation of children.

    _ CHAP. XVII. How children should be brought vp.

  6. THE EIGHTH BOOKE OF ARISTOTLES CIVIL GOVERNMENT, TRANSLATED OVT OF GREEKE, AND FRENCH, INTO ENGLISH. The Argument.

    _ CHAP. I. That children should be publickely taught and instructed.

    _ CHAP. II. Wherein, and how children should be instructed.

    _ CHAP. III. That children must be taught foure things, viz. Grammar, the art of Exercise, Musicke, and Painting.

    _ CHAP. IIII. Of the facultie of exercise, and how children should bee exercised.

    _ CHAP. V. Of Musicke by vvay of disputation, and hovv children should learne it.

    _ CHAP. VI. That Musicke is to be learned by singing and playing on instruments, and vvhat instruments should be vsed.

    _ CHAP. VII. Of harmonies and rimes, or numbers.

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  1. A Table of the Chapters contained in these eight bookes of Aristotles Politiques.

    _ The first booke.

    _ The second booke.

    _ The third booke.

    _ The fourth booke.

    _ The fift booke.

    _ The sixt booke.

    _ The seuenth booke.

    _ The eighth booke.

  2. Certaine extraordinary escapes touching the sence, happening through the oft and thicke enterlining of the Copie.

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142 (1), 143 (1), 144 (1), 145 (1), 146 (1), 147 (1), 148 (1), 149 (1), 150 (1), 151 (1), 152 (1), 153 (1), 154 (1), 155 (1), 156 (1), 157 (1), 158 (1), 159 (1), 160 (1), 161 (1), 162 (1), 163 (1), 164 (1), 165 (1), 166 (1), 167 (1), 168 (1), 169 (1), 170 (1), 171 (1), 172 (1), 173 (1), 174 (1), 175 (1), 176 (1), 177 (1), 178 (1), 179 (1), 180 (1), 181 (1), 182 (1), 183 (1), 184 (1), 185 (1), 186 (1), 187 (1), 188 (1), 189 (1), 190 (1), 191 (1), 192 (1), 193 (1), 194 (1), 195 (1), 196 (1), 197 (1), 198 (1), 199 (1), 200 (1), 201 (1), 202 (1), 203 (1), 204 (1), 205 (1), 206 (1), 207 (1), 208 (1), 209 (1), 210 (1), 211 (1), 212 (1), 213 (1), 214 (1), 215 (1), 216 (1), 217 (1), 218 (1), 219 (1), 220 (1), 221 (1), 222 (1), 223 (1), 224 (1), 225 (1), 226 (1), 227 (1), 228 (1), 229 (1), 230 (1), 231 (1), 232 (1), 233 (1), 234 (1), 235 (1), 236 (1), 237 (1), 238 (1), 239 (1), 240 (1), 241 (1), 242 (1), 243 (1), 244 (1), 245 (1), 246 (1), 248 (1), 249 (1), 250 (1), 251 (1), 252 (1), 253 (1), 254 (1), 255 (1), 256 (1), 257 (1), 258 (1), 259 (1), 260 (1), 261 (1), 262 (1), 263 (1), 264 (1), 265 (1), 266 (1), 267 (1), 268 (1), 269 (1), 270 (1), 271 (1), 272 (1), 273 (1), 274 (1), 275 (1), 276 (1), 277 (1), 278 (1), 279 (1), 280 (1), 281 (1), 282 (1), 283 (1), 285 (1), 286 (1), 287 (1), 288 (1), 289 (1), 290 (1), 291 (1), 292 (1), 293 (1), 294 (1), 295 (1), 296 (1), 297 (1), 298 (1), 299 (1), 300 (1), 301 (1), 302 (1), 303 (1), 304 (1), 305 (1), 306 (1), 307 (1), 308 (1), 309 (1), 310 (1), 311 (1), 312 (1), 313 (1), 314 (1), 315 (1), 316 (1), 317 (1), 318 (1), 319 (1), 320 (1), 321 (1), 322 (1), 323 (1), 324 (1), 325 (1), 326 (1), 327 (1), 328 (1), 329 (1), 330 (1), 331 (1), 332 (1), 333 (1), 334 (1), 335 (1), 336 (1), 337 (1), 338 (1), 339 (1), 340 (1), 341 (1), 342 (1), 343 (1), 344 (1), 345 (1), 346 (1), 347 (1), 348 (1), 439 (1), 350 (1), 351 (1), 352 (1), 353 (1), 354 (1), 355 (1), 356 (1), 357 (1), 358 (1), 359 (1), 360 (1), 361 (1), 362 (1), 363 (1), 364 (1), 365 (1), 366 (1), 367 (1), 368 (1), 369 (1), 370 (1), 371 (1), 372 (1), 373 (1), 374 (1), 375 (1), 376 (2), 377 (1), 379 (1), 380 (1), 381 (1), 382 (1), 383 (1), 384 (1), 385 (1), 386 (1), 387 (1), 388 (1), 389 (1), 390 (1), 391 (1), 392 (1), 393 (1)
20. q 10
21. signed 2
22. trailer 3