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[Full title: ‘The way to be rich, according to the practice of the great Audley, who begun with two hundred pounds, in the year 1605 and dyed worth four hundred thousand pound … November 1662’. P.G.]


This text comes from a footnote on a diary entry in the 1893 edition edited by Henry B. Wheatley.

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Terry F  •  Link

"The way to be rich according to the practice of the great Audley who begun with two hundred pound in the year 1605, and dyed worth four hundred thousand pound this instant November, 1662." by Hugh Audley (London : Printed for E. Davis, 1662) is to be found in many research libraries, and is available in a digital version to subscribers to Early English Books Online.

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*The way to be rich according to the practice of the great Audley who begun with two hundred pound in the year 1605, and dyed worth four hundred thousand pound this instant November, 1662.*
Audley, Hugh, d. 1662.
London: Printed for E. Davis, 1662.

Contents

title page
Sect. 1. His carriage as a Servant.
Sect. 2.
Sect. 3. How he ventured with a Merchant.
Sect. 4. How he came to buy Lands.
Sect. 5. How he managed his calling at the Counter when he was his own man.
SECT. VI. Of his obtaining that profitable place in the Court of Wards.
SECT. VII. How he entered himself of the Temple.
SECT. VIII. What a Master he was.
SECT. IX. How he kept Company.
SECT. X. What a Landlord he was.
SECT. XI. His Discourse, and memorable Sayings.
part
Bishop Saunderson of Ʋsury.
Sands Relat. 248. of Rich Antonio.
Cromerus of a rich Polonian.
Spotswood Hist. of Ch. of Scotland. of the Rich Bishop of Glascow.
Strada of the rich Cardinal Granvell.
Mr. Latimer of a Rich man.
Sophronius Bishop of Jerusalem (Prat. spir. c. 195. referente Baronio ad an. 411.) deliver∣eth this History following to posterity, as a most certain thing:

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