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An account of Italy, specially with relation to its commerce and government; in two books, late 17th century

MS. Rawl. C. 835

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Tit. book i. "Of the humours of people of each province in particular; of the houses, bancks and publick places where money is put to interest, and particularly of Venice and Genoa; of the places where buisness most offers, of the manner how the gentlemen negotiate without prejudicing nobility, and of marchants, exchanges, marchandize and all sorts of money current in Italy at this time."

Tit. book ii (p. 89). "Of the government politick, criminal and civil,.... of the tribunals .... of the governors of all the states and principalities, to wit, of the Pope," etc.

Apparently a translation, blank spaces for a few words being left here and there, with occasional verbal corrections in another hand.


  • Creation: late 17th century


112 Leaves

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Rawl. C. 835


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