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The memoirs of Sigr Gaudentio di Lucca : taken from his confession and examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna in Italy. Making a discovery of an unknown country in the midst of the vast deserts of Africa, as ancient, populous, and civilized, as the Chinese. With an account of their antiquity, origine, religion, customs, polity, &c. and the manner how they got first over those vast deserts. Interspers'd with several most surprizing and curious incidents. Copied from the original manuscript kept in St. Mark's library at Venice: with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi, late library-keeper of the said library. To which is prefix'd, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, to the same Signor Rhedi, giving an account of the manner and causes of his being seized Preview this item
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The memoirs of Sigr Gaudentio di Lucca : taken from his confession and examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna in Italy. Making a discovery of an unknown country in the midst of the vast deserts of Africa, as ancient, populous, and civilized, as the Chinese. With an account of their antiquity, origine, religion, customs, polity, &c. and the manner how they got first over those vast deserts. Interspers'd with several most surprizing and curious incidents. Copied from the original manuscript kept in St. Mark's library at Venice: with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi, late library-keeper of the said library. To which is prefix'd, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, to the same Signor Rhedi, giving an account of the manner and causes of his being seized

Author: Simon Berington; E T; George Berkeley
Publisher: London : Printed for T. Cooper, 1737.
Series: Library of English literature, LEL 11708.
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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 07001228
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Berington; E T; George Berkeley
OCLC Number: 9483591
Notes: Page 160 misnumbered 150.
Introduction signed and dated: "F. Alisio de St. Ivorio. Bologna, July, 20, 1721."
A romance, originally written in English, ascribed to a Catholic priest, Simon Berington. Erroneously attributed to Bishop Berkeley.
Also published under titles: The adventurers of Sigr Gaudientio di Lucca, and The life and adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Chicago, Ill. : Library Resources, inc., 1976. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of English literature ; LEL 11708).
Description: xiii, [3], 335 pages ; 20 cm
Series Title: Library of English literature, LEL 11708.
Other Titles: Gaudentio di Lucca
Responsibility: Faithfully translated from the Italian, by E.T. gent.

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