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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 190 pages of information about Game and Playe of the Chesse.

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(French translation.)

Miroir exemplaire, selon la compilation du Gilles de Rome du regime et gouvernement des rois etc. (by Henri de Gauchy or de Gauchay) et avec est compris le secret de Aristote appelle le secret des secrets, et les noms des rois de France com bien de temps ils out regne.  Paris, 1517.  Folio.

(Graesse.)

This was printed by Guillaum Eustace:  “On les v=et au palais au Tiers pillier Et a la me neufue nostre dame a lenseigne de Lagnus dei” (Brunef).  Ebert mentions a French translation as having been printed at Paris, in 1497; but Brunet, in the article on Aristotle, gives a somewhat minute account of the book, to show that it is not that of Colonna.

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(Spanish translation.)

Regimi[=e]to de los principes sechs y ordenado par Don fray Gil de Roma de la orden de s[=a]t Augustin.  E fizolo trasladar de latin en rom[=a]ce do Bernardo obispo de osma etc.  Suilla—­a espenses de Maestre Conrado aleman. & Melchior gurrizo, mercadores de libros, fue impresso per Meynardo Ungut alememo:  & Stanislas Polono companeros.  Acabaron se a veynte dias del mes de octubre Ano del senor de Mill & quarto cientos & nouenta & quarto [1494] folio.

(Hain, Brunet, Graeffe.)

Ebert notes that there was an edition under the name of Th.  Aquino at
Madrid, 1625, 4to.

(Catalan translation.)

Regiment des Princeps.  Barcelona per Mestre Nicolau Spindaler emprentador. 1480.  Folio.

(Graeffe.)

Regiment del Princeps.  Barcelona per Johan
Luchner. 1498.  Fol.

(Brunei, Graeffe.)

(Italian translation.)

Ebert mentions an Italian version by Val.  Averoni.  Firenze, 1577, 8vo.

(Graeffe.)

(English translation.)

De regimine Principum, a poem by Thomas Occleve, written in the reign of Henry IV.  Edited for the first time by Thomas Wright, Esq., M.A., F.S.A., &c.  Printed for the Roxburghe Club.  London, J.B.  Nichols. 1860. 4to.

(See ante, p. xxxii., for notice of another Early English version.)

CESSOLES.

(See ante, p. xxiv.)

Incipit solati[=u] ludi schacor.  Scilicz regiminis ac morum nominu= et officium viror’ nobili[=u] quor’ si quis formas menti impresserit bellum ipsum et ludi virtutem cordi faciliter poterit optinere. (E)Go frater iacobus de thessolonia multor’ fratru= &c.  Ends:  Explicit folaci[=u] ludi schacor’.  Folio. 40 leaves.

There is neither date, place, nor printer’s name given; but it is considered to have been the work of Nic.  Ketelaer and Ger. de Leempt, at Utrecht (Ultrajectus), about 1473.

(Linde, Graesse.)

Incipit libellus de ludo Scaccorum, et de dictis factisque nobilium virorum, philosophorum et antiquorum.  Explicit tabula super ludum Scacchorum.  Deo gratias. 4to. 29 leaves.  Sign.  A—­H.

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