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Refuge, Eustache de. A treatise of the court or Instructions for courtiers. : Digested into two books. Written in French by the noble, and learned iuris-consull Monsr Denys de Refuges, Councellor of Estate, and many tymes ambassador (in foraigne parts) for ye two last French kings his masters* Done into English by Iohn Reynolds

Refuge, Eustache de. A treatise of the court or Instructions for courtiers. : Digested into two books. Written in French by the noble, and learned iuris-consull Monsr Denys de Refuges, Councellor of Estate, and many tymes ambassador (in foraigne parts) for ye two last French kings his masters* Done into English by Iohn Reynolds

Refuge, Eustache de. The accomplish'd courtier. : Consisting of institutions and examples. By which, courtiers and officers of state may square their transactions prudently and in good order and method. By H.W. Gent