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The Prince - Table of Contents

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(Translated by W. K. Marriott - The Gutenburg Project)

  • Chapter I - How Many Kinds Of Principalities There Are, And By What Means They Are Acquired
  • Chapter II - Concerning Hereditary Principalities
  • Chapter III - Concerning Mixed Principalities

  • Chapter IV - Why The Kingdom Of Darius, Conquered By Alexander, Did Not Rebel Against The Successors Of Alexander At His Death
  • Chapter V - Concerning The Way To Govern Cities Or Principalities Which Lived Under Their Own Laws Before They Were Annexed
  • Chapter VI - Concerning New Principalities Which Are Acquired By One's Own Arms And Ability

  • Chapter VII - Concerning New Principalities Which Are Acquired Either By The Arms Of Others Or By Good Fortune
  • Chapter VIII - Concerning Those Who Have Obtained A Principality By Wickedness
  • Chapter IX - Concerning A Civil Principality

  • Chapter X - Concerning The Way In Which The Strength Of All Principalities Ought To Be Measured
  • Chapter XI - Concerning Ecclesiastical Principalities
  • Chapter XII - How Many Kinds Of Soldiery There Are, And Concerning Mercenaries

  • Chapter XIII - Concerning Auxiliaries, Mixed Soldiery, And One's Own
  • Chapter XIV - That Which Concerns A Prince On The Subject Of The Art Of War
  • Chapter XV - Concerning Things For Which Men, And Especially Princes, Are Praised Or Blamed

  • Chapter XVI - Concerning Liberality And Meanness
  • Chapter XVII - Concerning Cruelty And Clemency, And Whether It Is Better To Be Loved Than Feared
  • Chapter XVIII - Concerning The Way In Which Princes Should Keep Faith

  • Chapter XIX - That One Should Avoid Being Despised And Hated
  • Chapter XX - Are Fortresses, And Many Other Things To Which Princes Often Resort, Advantageous Or Hurtful?
  • Chapter XXI - How A Prince Should Conduct Himself As To Gain Renown

  • Chapter XXII - Concerning The Secretaries Of Princes
  • Chapter XXIII - How Flatterers Should Be Avoided
  • Chapter XXIV - The Princes Of Italy Have Lost Their States

  • Chapter XXV - What Fortune Can Effect In Human Affairs, And How To Withstand Her
  • Chapter XXVI - An Exhortation To Liberate Italy From The Barbarians

All content provided Alwyn Botha, 2002.