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See Stat. , fols. 148-52. " The 4 Epistle Dedicatorie. ^^ for that you have chaunged the life of man which before your time was rude, cruell, and [14v] wilde, in Ireland, and brought it for the most part to be obedient, gentle, and civill, in such sort as we may truely say with the subject of Irelande, this God favour which your Majesty hath found in the sight of is the to aug- ment, strengthen, and honour your imperiall crowne of Englande, by the thorough reformation of this your Realme of Ireland.

BY RICHARD BEACON GENT. STV| | | | | | i DENT OF GRAYES INNE, AND SOMEney of the province Elizabeth] | | ofMounster AT OXFORD, \ Printed *** \ | [arms of Queen by JOSEPH BARNES, Printer | Pagination: 64 leaves, pp. '32') times her Maiesties Attor- in Irelande. Anno Domini, 1594. Collation: 4°: T 21^ A-O* P^ [$4 signed llv, 12v, Civ, P2, P2v blank)] to the Vniversitie. \ i-xii, 1, (-12, -P2; D4 signed 'C4'; 2-114, 115-116 (misprinting 42 as XLV INTRODUCTION Paper. 5 cm. llv blank, 12 title, 12v blank, 13-14v The Epistle Dedicatorie, 211 The Author to the Reader, 211v The booke vnto the Reader, 212-212v dedicatory poems in Latin by Robert Wright and John Budden, Al-A2v preface, A3-Plv text.

Cicero's "severe course and manner of proceeding in cases of extremity" are the model for "Sir R. Binghame Provincial Governor of Salamina['s]" delivering "traitors and rebels to be put to death without lawful indictment or condemnation" (B4v). Lucius Junius Brutus, Renaissance humanist hero of Republican to the held up as an example of "vertue and severitie" liberty, is incoming governor, William Russell, Solon (F2). And Beacon's ideal counselor is for whom Beacon wrote exhorted to act as the anti- imperial "Cato" to "resist here the proroging of Caesar his govern- ment" (C4v).

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