Certein spirituall emblems or shorte saiengs, w[i]ith their expositions for some of them. But for others of them, ye soule will better knowe of hersellf, how to understande and make ye best use of them ...
[Dits moraux des philosophes]; Les commandemens de Seneque.
Hermetic philosophers.; Philosophy -- Quotations, maxims, etc. -- Early works to 1800.; Philosophy.; Cardinal virtues -- Early works to 1800.; Cardinal virtues.; Codices.; Aphorisms.; Maxims.; Manuscripts, French.; Manuscripts, Renaissance.; Manuscripts, Medieval.
Guillaume, de Tignonville, -1414, translator.; Courtecuisse, Jean, -1423, translator.; Martin, of Braga, Saint, approximately 515-579 or 580. Formula vitae honestae.; Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, approximately 4 B.C.-65 A.D. attributed name.
French, Middle (ca.1400-1600); Latin
Mubashshir ibn Fātik, Abū al-Wafāʼ, active 11th century.
The proclamation of emancipation, by the President of the United States, to take effect January 1st, 1863..
Issued in buff printed wrappers; quotation on back cover, "Slavery the chief corner-stone. 'This stone (slavery), which was rejected by the first builders, is become the chief stone of the corner in our new edifice.'--Speech of Alex. H. Stephens, vice-president of the so-called Confederate States, delivered March 21, '61."
Print; Szyk, Arthur; New York, New York, United States; 1946
Prints; Jewish artists
Print by Arthur Szyk with quotation from Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural speech , made March 4, 1865, and an image of Lincoln at the top and an image of an angel, an American solider, sailor, pilot, a woman with a child and an American flag and eagle; New York, NY
Arnold and Deanne Kaplan Collection of Modern American Judaica (University of Pennsylvania)