Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Fr. Baconi, Sermones fideles, Accedunt Faber fortunae, Colores boni et mali, &c., Ex officina Elzeviriana: Amstelodami, 1662. [online i.a. at] http://www.intratext.com/X/LAT0679.HTM
an anglosized text be 'erehttp://oregonstate.edu/instruct/phl302/texts/ba...
There appears to be no documentation to a book or article by that name only a ref to the words being used in the writings by Bacon Sir Francis. A note in the etext : be as follows:
20th. Up and to my office, and then walked to Woolwich, reading Bacon's "Faber fortunae," [Pepys may here refer either to Essay XLI. (of Fortune) or to a chapter' in the "Advancement of Learning." The sentence, "Faber quisque fortunae propria," said to be by Appius Claudian, is quoted more than once in the "De Augmentis Scientiarum," lib. viii., cap. 2.] http://gutenberg.com/eBooks/PGCC/sp27g10.htm Then Isis Group discussed it: It is on file for those that have academic accreditation:R. C. COCHRANE: BACON, PEPYS, AND THE "FABER FORTUNAE" Notes and Queries 1956 3: 511-514; doi:10.1093/nq/3.12.511 [PDF] [Request Permissions] ...nq.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol3/issue12/index.dtl
Bacon & Machiavellialso discussed in the sanctuary of UCLAhttp://eee.uci.edu/clients/bjbecker/PlaguesandP...
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