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CONTENTS Title, Prologue and Epilogues to the kECUYEix of the Histories of
Troy William Caxton 5 Epilogue to Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers
William Caxton 10 Prologue to Golden Lecend William Caxton 14 Prologue to
In 1477. he issued the first book known to have been printed in England, " The
Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers." The following Prefaces and Epilogues
from Caxton's own pen show his attitude towards tome of the more important of
... peace, love, and charity; which grant us He that suffered for the same to be
crucified on the rood tree. And say we all Amen for charity ! DICTES AND
SAYINGS OF THE PHILOSOPHERS First edition (1477). Epilogue HISTORIES
OF TROY g.
DICTES AND SAYINGS OF THE PHILOSOPHERS First edition (1477). Epilogue
Here endeth the book named The Dictes or Sayings of the Philosophers,
imprinted by me, William Caxton, at Westminster, the year of our Lord 1477.
Which book ...
... he hath unto all ladies and gentlewomen, he thought that Socrates spared the
sooth and wrote of women more than truth ; which I cannot think that so true a
man and so noble a philosopher as Socrates was should write otherwise than
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