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The new-found politicke : Disclosing the secret natures and dispositions as well of priuate persons as of statesmen and courtiers; wherein the gouernments, greatnesse, and power of the most notable kingdomes and common-wealths of the world are discouered and censured. Together with many excellent caueats and rules fit to be obserued by those princes and states of Christendome, both Protestants and papists, which haue reason to distrust the designes of the King of Spaine, as by the speech of the Duke of Hernia, vttered in the counsell of Spaine, and hereto annexed, may appeare. Written in Italian by Traiano Boccalini ... And now translated into English for the benefit of this kingdome. 線上預覽
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The new-found politicke : Disclosing the secret natures and dispositions as well of priuate persons as of statesmen and courtiers; wherein the gouernments, greatnesse, and power of the most notable kingdomes and common-wealths of the world are discouered and censured. Together with many excellent caueats and rules fit to be obserued by those princes and states of Christendome, both Protestants and papists, which haue reason to distrust the designes of the King of Spaine, as by the speech of the Duke of Hernia, vttered in the counsell of Spaine, and hereto annexed, may appeare. Written in Italian by Traiano Boccalini ... And now translated into English for the benefit of this kingdome.

作者: Traiano Boccalini; William Vaughan; John Florio; Thomas Scott
出版商: London : Printed [at Eliot's Court Press] for Francis Williams, neere the Royall Exchange, 1626.
叢書: Early English books online.
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類型/形式: Early works
Early works to 1800
資料類型: 線上系統或服務, 網際網路資源
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所有的作者/貢獻者: Traiano Boccalini; William Vaughan; John Florio; Thomas Scott
OCLC系統控制編碼: 606500215
注意: Editor's dedication signed: William Vaughan.
In three parts; part 1 is a translation by John Florio and part 3 an adaptation by William Vaughan of "De' ragguagli di Parnaso" by Traiano Boccalini. Part 2 is a partial reprint of Thomas Scott's "Newes from Pernassus", an adaption of Boccalini's "Pietra del paragone politico."
Printer's name from STC.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the New York Public Library.
描述: 1 online resource ([12], 242, [2] p.)
叢書名: Early English books online.
其他題名: De' ragguagli di Parnaso.
De' ragguagli di Parnaso

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