Apprentices -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Conduct of life -- Early works to 1800. : The apprentice's [v]ade mecum: or, [Y]oung man's pocket-companion. : In three parts. [P]art I. Containing useful comments and observations on the convenants enter'd into between master and servant, by way of indenture; wherein that wise obligation is considered article by article. With some occasional remarks on play-houses; and particularly on one lately erected. [P]art II. Containing general rules and directions for a young man's behaviour in his apprentiship. Familiarily address'd to the youth himself. [P]art III. Some brief cautions to a young man against the scepticism and infidelity of the present age, which ins[n]are the minds, and debauch the morals of the youth of this Kingdom; wherein the essential principles of Christianity are laid down and vindicated in so intelligent and forcible a manner, as may serve for a preservative against the contagious infidelity of the present age, and enable a young man to give a reason for his faith. [A]ddressed to the right worshipful the chamberlain of London. [T]he whole calculated for the mutual ease and benefit bo.
Conduct of life -- Biblical teaching -- Early works to 1800. : The works in prose, of the Reverend Edward Young, LL.D. : Containing, I. The centaur not fabulous. II. The true estimate of human life. III. Conjectures on original composition. IV. An essay on lyric poetry. Now first collected into one volume.
Boys -- Japan -- Conduct of life -- Drama. : Silent Ozu. [Disc 2], Umarete wa mita keredo = I was born, but- : three family comedies / Janus Films ; Shochiku Co., Ltd. ; original story by James Maki ; screenplay by Akira Fushimi ; screen adaptation, Geibei Ibushiya ; director, Yasujiro Ozu.