The ciuile conuersation of M. Stephen Guazzo, written first in Italian, diuided into foure bookes, the first three translated out of French by G. pettie. In the first is contained in generall, the fruits that may be reaped by conuersation ... In the second, the manner of conuersation ... In the third is perticularlie set forth the orders to be obserued in conuersation within doores, betweene the husband and the wife ... In the fourth is set downe the forme of ciuile conuersation, by an example of a banquet, made in Cassale, betweene sixe lords and foure ladies. And now translated out of Italian into English by Barth. Young, of the middle Temple, Gent [microform]

Uniform Title
Civil conversatione. English
Imprinted at London : By Thomas East, 1586.
Physical description
[8], 229, [1] leaves
Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 298:14.

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