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Ethel M. Pope

Published by Asian Educational Services (1989)

ISBN 10: 8120604962 ISBN 13: 9788120604964

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Item Description: Asian Educational Services, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Contents, INTRODUCTION : 1. A Short Description of the Characteristics of the Portuguese Race, their Political Organisation and their Discovery of the way to India by Sea. 2. The Origin of the Portuguese Monarchy 3. The Formation of Portugal, 1126-1279 4. The Consolidation of the Kingdom, 1279-1383 5. The Literary Movement in Portugal 6. Education 7. The literature of Early Portugal 8. Portuguese Discoveries Chap. I : THE CLASSIC EPOCH. 1498-158O : 1. The Discovery of India by the Portuguese 2. King Dom Mauuel`s Letter to the King of Castille, and to the Cardinal Protector 3. The Domination of the Portuguese in India 4. The Literary Movement in Portugal During the Classic Epoch 5. Poets of the 16th Century : Camoes, Jeronimo Corte Real, Francisco de Andrade, Gil. Vicente, Jorge Ferreira de Vasconcellos, Simao Machado 6. Prose Writers of the 16th Century on India : Duarte Barbosa, Gaspar Correa, Fernao Lopes de Castanheda, Joao de Barros, Diogo de Couto, Alvaro Velho, Dom Affonso de Albuquerque, Dom Affonso de Albuquerque, (Bras de Albuquerque), Dom Joao de Castro, Antonio Galvao, Joao de Lucena, Antonio de Castilho, Antonio Tenrreyro, Garcia de Orta, Francisco de Andrade, Damiao de Goes, Lopo de Sousa Coutinho, Father Gastao, Father Fernando de Santa Maria, Belchior de Moraes, Fabiam da Motta, Diogo Botelho Pereira, Father Pedro Martins, Francisco Rodrigues, Balthazar Dias, Father Luis Froes, Father Luiz de Gouvea, Joao Nunes Barreto, Father Ayres Brandam, Father Jorge Caldeyra, Father Gaspar Villela, Father Amador Rebello, "Chronica de Guzerate". (Anonymous) Chap. II : THE GONGORIC SCHOOL, 1580-1706 : 1. Political and Literary Decadence 2. Influence of the Jesuits on the Literature about India 3. Epic Poets : Francisco Sa de Menezes 4. Historians and Travellers : Antonio Bocarro, Jacinto Ferreira de Andrade, Antonio Pinto Pereira, Antonio Rodrigues de Costa, Francisco de Pinho e de Mello, Manuel Jacome Mesquita, Father Antonio de S. Miguel, Salvador de Couto de Sampaio, Dom Constantino de Sa e Noronha, Cosme Lafeta, Father Antonio Monserrate, P. Manuel Barradas, Capitao Barreto de Resende, Antonio de Andrade, Gaspar Ferreira Reyman, Antonio Gil Preto, Manoel Godinho, P. Fernando Guerreiro, Father Antonio de Gouvea, Father Domingo do Espirito Santo, Simao Torrezao Coelho, Cosme da Guarda, Mosseh Pereira de Paiva 5. Language and Poetry : Joao Franco Barreto, Father Diogo de Sancta Anna, Father Antonio Pereira, Father Fernando de Queyroz, Father Antonio da Silva, Father Antonio da Trindade, Father Diogo Monteiro, Joao da Costa, Father Antonio Joao de Frias, Joao Ribeiro, Domingos Affonso, Antonio de Fonseca Osorio, Father Francisco de Sousa. 6. Religion : Father Agostinho de Santa Maria, Father Antonio Pereira, Father Fernando de Queyroz, Father Antonio da Silva, Father Antonio Trindade, Father Diogo Monteiro, Joao da Costa, Father Antonio Joao de Frias, Joao Ribeiro, Domingos Affonso, Antonio de Fongeca Osorio, Father Francisco de Sousa Chap. III : THE French OR ARCADIAN SCHOOL, 17O6-1826 : 1. Continuation of Literary Decadence 2. Establishment of Academies for Literary Reform. Poets of the 18th Century who Wrote on India : Bocage, Father Jose Agostinho de Macedo 3. Effect of the Disastrous Wars with the Marathas on the Literature 4. Prose Writers who Wrote on the Wars : Diogo da Costa, Jacinto Machado de Sousa 5. Poems by Antonio de Meirelles on the Victories over the Marathas 6. Prose Account by the Same Author 7. Instructions of the Marquis of Alorna and the Marquis of Pombal 8. Indian Languages Chap. IV : THE ROMANTIC School AND CONTEMPORARY WRITERS : 1. Literary Position of Portugal with Reference to India. 2. Indologists and Historians : Cunha Rivara 3. Archives of Goa 4. "Writers : Filipe Nery Xavier, Eduardo de Balsemao, Teixeira d` Aragao, Lopes Mendes, Ismael Oracias 5. Overseas Secti Printed Pages: 318. Bookseller Inventory # 68337

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FERRO, António.

Published by Lisbon, Livraria Portugalia Editora [on front cover]; Imprensa Lucas & C.ª [on title page], 1924. (1924)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Livraria Portugalia Editora [on front cover]; Imprensa Lucas & C.ª [on title page], 1924., 1924. [3]?184 pp., (11 ll.), 1 blank l. Lacks half title. 8°, original printed wrappers (minor wear; spine sunned). Slight toning, but paper not brittle. Overall in good to very good condition. ---- FIRST EDITION, "Segundo Milhar", of this play whose performance was prohibited by the Governador Cívil of Lisbon, Major Viriato Lobo, on July 11, 1923. It had previously been performed for the first time in São Paulo, at the Teatro Sant'Ana, 18 November 1922, was performed in Rio de Janeiro, at the Teatro Lirico, 16 December the same year, then opened in Lisbon at the Teatro São Carlos, 10 July 1923. The author's preface occupies pp. [11]?65. This is followed, pp. [69]?[95], by extracts from reviews which appeared in Brazil and Portugal including Christovam Ayres, writing in the @Diário de notícias, Lisboa, Rocha Martins in @Os Fantoches, Lisboa, Artur Portela in @O Diário de Lisboa, Bourbon e Menezes in @O mundo, Lisboa, Aquilino Ribeiro in @O Diário de Lisboa, and Garcia Perez in the Lisbon review @De Teatro. The play itself occupies pp. [103]?184. The final unnumbered leaves contain a "Carta a Lucilia Simões", and the text of a letter of protest, addressed to the the Prime Minister and the Interior Minister. Among the 53 signatories were Fernando Pessoa, Raul Brandão, António Sergio, Norberto de Araujo, Raul Proença, Aquilino Ribeiro, Jaime Cortesão, João de Barros, Alfredo Cortez, Artur Portela, Christovam Ayres (Filho), Augusto de Santa Rita, Eduardo Malta, Mário Saa, Leal de Câmara, José Pacheco, André Brun, and Luiz de Montalvor. The letter was never delivered, as due to pressure from friends in parliament, the prohibition of the play was lifted (though it did not reopen, due to "other commitments" on the part of the Lucinda Simões company).António [Joaquim Tavares] Ferro (1895?1956), poet, journalist, "literary man of action" and politician, was a friend of such noted Modernists as Fernando Pessoa, Mário de Sá-Carneiro and Almada Negreiros, and was the editor of the periodical @Orpheu, which inaugurated the Portuguese Modernist movement in 1915; he was one of the first to "discover" Fernando Pessoa. He also contributed to the modernist review @Exílio, as well as to the more eclectic @Contemporânea. Ferro participated in the Semana da Arte Moderna in São Paulo, and contributed a futurist manifesto to the Brazilian modernist review @Klaxon. A journalist of international stature whose pieces were usually controversial, he interviewed, among others, D'Annunzio, Pius XI, Mussolini, Clémenceau, Maurras, Alfonso XIII, Primo de Rivera, and Poincaré. In 1925 he founded an avant-garde theater, the Teatro Novo, and in 1936 established the Teatro do Povo, intended to give dramatic performances in the furthest reaches of Portugal. For many years (beginning in 1933) he directed the Secretariado da Propaganda Nacional, where he helped to define the "política de espírito." Ferro was married to the noted poet Fernanda de Castro.---- On António Ferro, see Paula Costa in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, p. 194; João Bigotte Chorão in @Biblos, II, 555?6; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, III, 483?4; Rebello, @100 anos de teatro português pp. 74?5; @Grande enciclopedia. XI, 221?2. Not in Hollis or Orbis. WorldCat cites copies [without distinguishing the first from the second "milhar"] at the NYPL, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), Indiana University (Bloomington), University of Illinois (Urbana), University of Wisconsin (Madison), University of Newcastle, and the Fask?Bibliothek. Copac cites only the Newcastle copy. Not located in Melvyl. Bookseller Inventory # 35795

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FERRO, António.

Published by Lisbon, Livraria Portugalia Editora [on front cover]; Imprensa Lucas & C.ª [on title page], 1924. (1924)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Livraria Portugalia Editora [on front cover]; Imprensa Lucas & C.ª [on title page], 1924., 1924. 184 pp., (11 ll.), 1 blank l. 8°, recent dark blue buckram, flat spine richly gilt, original printed wrappers bound in. Very slight toning, but paper not brittle. Overall in good to very good condition. Contemporary signature [illeg.] diagonally across front wrapper. A few passages marked in pencil at outer margin. ---- FIRST EDITION, "Segundo Milhar", of this play whose performance was prohibited by the Governador Cívil of Lisbon, Major Viriato Lobo, on July 11, 1923. It had previously been performed for the first time in São Paulo, at the Teatro Sant'Ana, 18 November 1922, was performed in Rio de Janeiro, at the Teatro Lirico, 16 December the same year, then opened in Lisbon at the Teatro São Carlos, 10 July 1923. The author's preface occupies pp. [11]?65. This is followed, pp. [69]?[95], by extracts from reviews which appeared in Brazil and Portugal including Christovam Ayres, writing in the @Diário de notícias, Lisboa, Rocha Martins in @Os Fantoches, Lisboa, Artur Portela in @O Diário de Lisboa, Bourbon e Menezes in @O mundo, Lisboa, Aquilino Ribeiro in @O Diário de Lisboa, and Garcia Perez in the Lisbon review @De Teatro. The play itself occupies pp. [103]?184. The final unnumbered leaves contain a "Carta a Lucilia Simões", and the text of a letter of protest, addressed to the the Prime Minister and the Interior Minister. Among the 53 signatories were Fernando Pessoa, Raul Brandão, António Sergio, Norberto de Araujo, Raul Proença, Aquilino Ribeiro, Jaime Cortesão, João de Barros, Alfredo Cortez, Artur Portela, Christovam Ayres (Filho), Augusto de Santa Rita, Eduardo Malta, Mário Saa, Leal de Câmara, José Pacheco, André Brun, and Luiz de Montalvor. The letter was never delivered, as due to pressure from friends in parliament, the prohibition of the play was lifted (though it did not reopen, due to "other commitments" on the part of the Lucinda Simões company).António [Joaquim Tavares] Ferro (1895?1956), poet, journalist, "literary man of action" and politician, was a friend of such noted Modernists as Fernando Pessoa, Mário de Sá-Carneiro and Almada Negreiros, and was the editor of the periodical @Orpheu, which inaugurated the Portuguese Modernist movement in 1915; he was one of the first to "discover" Fernando Pessoa. He also contributed to the modernist review @Exílio, as well as to the more eclectic @Contemporânea. Ferro participated in the Semana da Arte Moderna in São Paulo, and contributed a futurist manifesto to the Brazilian modernist review @Klaxon. A journalist of international stature whose pieces were usually controversial, he interviewed, among others, D'Annunzio, Pius XI, Mussolini, Clémenceau, Maurras, Alfonso XIII, Primo de Rivera, and Poincaré. In 1925 he founded an avant-garde theater, the Teatro Novo, and in 1936 established the Teatro do Povo, intended to give dramatic performances in the furthest reaches of Portugal. For many years (beginning in 1933) he directed the Secretariado da Propaganda Nacional, where he helped to define the "política de espírito." Ferro was married to the noted poet Fernanda de Castro.---- On António Ferro, see Paula Costa in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, p. 194; João Bigotte Chorão in @Biblos, II, 555?6; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, III, 483?4; Rebello, @100 anos de teatro português pp. 74?5; @Grande enciclopedia. XI, 221?2. Not in Hollis or Orbis. WorldCat cites copies [without distinguishing the first from the second "milhar"] at the NYPL, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), Indiana University (Bloomington), University of Illinois (Urbana), University of Wisconsin (Madison), University of Newcastle, and the Fask?Bibliothek. Copac cites only the Newcastle copy. Not located in Melvyl. Bookseller Inventory # 35963

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SANTARENO, Bernardo, pseudonym [i.e.,António Martinho do Rosário].

Published by Lisbon, Edições Ática, 1959. (1959)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Edições Ática, 1959., 1959. Title page in blue and black. Six plates after stage designs by Lucian Donat (2) and illustrations by Jorge Brandeiro (4). 195 pp., (3 ll.), 6 plates. 8°, original printed wrappers (very slight wear), Uncut. In very good to fine condition. Author's signed and dated (1959) presentation inscription to José Reis on recto of initial [blank] leaf. ---- FIRST EDITION. A second edition appeared in 1969. This play about fishermen and cod fishing was selected by the Comissão de Leitura of the Teatro Nacional D. Maria II, and chosen by the Companhia Amélia Rey Colaço?Robles Monteiro to inaugurate the 1959?1960 season. It was directed by Pedro Lemos, and produced by Amélia Rey Colaço. There is a cast list on the recto of the first supplementary leaf. The poet and playwright António Martinho do Rosário, a native of Santarém (1920?1980), earned a degree in medicine from Coimbra University and used his specialization in psychiatry in his work for the theater, under the pen name of Bernardo Santareno.---- On the author, see Luiz Francisco Rebello in Machado, @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 435?6; Maria Aparecida Ribeiro in @Biblos, IV, 1106?10; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, V, 104?6. Bookseller Inventory # 35862

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SANTARENO, Bernardo, pseudonym [i.e. António Martinho do Rosário].

Published by Coimbra, Casa Minerva [for the Author?, 1954]. (1954)

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Item Description: Coimbra, Casa Minerva [for the Author?, 1954]., 1954. Cover design by Ruy de Oliveira Santos. Title page in brown and black. Poem titles and divisional titles in brown. 230 pp., (1 l.), errata slip inserted. Small folio (26 x 19.7 cm.), original illustrated wrappers (minor wear). Very slight browning. Uncut and partially unopened; overall in very good condition. Author's signed and dated presentation inscription on verso of half title: "Lisboa // 13/6/54 // Ao grande escritor // Cristiano Lima, // homenagem // do // Bernard". ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of the author's first book. The poet and playwright António Martinho do Rosário, a native of Santarém (1920?1980), earned a degree in medicine from Coimbra University and used his specialization in psychiatry in his work for the theater, under the pen name of Bernardo Santareno.---- On the author, see Luiz Francisco Rebello in Machado, @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 435?6; Maria Aparecida Ribeiro in @Biblos, IV, 1106?10; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, V, 104?6. OCLC: 14445223 (New York Public Library, Harvard College Library, Indiana University, University of California-Los Angeles, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky). Porbase locates a single copy, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac. Bookseller Inventory # 35863

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RIBEIRO, Bernardim.

Published by Lisbon, Na Offic. de Domingos Gonsalves, 1785. (1785)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Na Offic. de Domingos Gonsalves, 1785., 1785. Small typographical vignette on title page. Woodcut headpiece and small initial on p. 1. Two smaller woodcut initials on second leaf recto and verso. (4 ll.), 358 pp. 8°, contemporary mottled sheep (head of spine slightly defective; worm trail of about 2 cm. on upper cover near lower outer corner; very slight wear to corners), spine with raised bands in five compartments and gilt fillets, crimson leather lettering piece, gilt letter, text block edges rouged. Minor worming in lower outer margin of first 54 leaves and in leaves H7-8, I1. Pinpoint wormhole in upper portion of same first 54 leaves, touching a few letters of text but never affecting legibility, joined by another similar trace in preliminaries and first leaf of text only. Inevitable light browning. Burn mark in leaf C1 affecting a few words of text. Overall in good condition. Bookplates of Luis Mallo and João G. de Sousa. ---- This classic Portuguese novella with poetry appended to the prose, probably written between 1530 and 1540, was first published in Ferrara by Abraham Usque in 1554 under title @Hystoria de menina e moca. It is considered one of the finest examples of the genre of pastoral romance in Renaissance literature. There are two other sixteenth-century editions, Évora 1557-8 and Lisbon 1559, as well as one of Lisbon: Paulo Craesbeeck, 1645. It was reprinted in Ribeiro's @Obras, Lisbon 1852, and there have been a number of twentieth- and twenty-first century editions. In the present volume "Egloga I [-V]" occupy pp. 268-353. The final pages contain a "Romance".Twelve poems by Bernardim Ribeiro were included in the @Cancioneiro geral of Garcia de Resende. Little is known for certain about his life. He was probably born in Torrão, in the Alentejo (1482?), and died in Lisbon (1552?). The editor, a Lisbon jurist, provides a prologue (second preliminary leaf verso to third preliminary leaf verso), and a sonnet to Manoel da Sylva Mascarenhas.---- Innocêncio I, 358; see also pp. 356-9; VIII, 379; Fonseca, @Aditamento p. 85. Pinto de Matos (1970) pp. 536-7. See Bell, @Portuguese Literature, pp. 132-9 @et passim; Hugh Chishold in @Enciclopædia Britannica (11th ed.), XXIII, 284; Helder Macedo in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 416-9; José Augusto Cardoso Bernardes in @Biblos, IV, 781-7. OCLC: 23643371 (University of Michigan); 433632720 (Biblioteca Nacional de España); 433632712 (also Biblioteca Nacional de España); 646247583 (Bibliothèque Nationale de France); 165735406 (ebook, at five locations). Porbase (which calls for only 6 preliminary pp.) locates a total of eight copies: four in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (one seriously incomplete, lacking the title page and four other leaves, another in "mau estado"), one each in the Biblioteca Geral de Arte of the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and the Faculdade de Letras of the Universidade do Porto, and two in the Biblioteca Municipal de Elvas. This edition not in Copac, which lists several fairly recent editions. Hollis locates a copy in the Houghton Library. Orbis lists six editions, 1975 through 2008. Bookseller Inventory # 37484

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BARBOSA MACHADO, Diogo.

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Item Description: NA QUAL SE COMPREHEDE A NOTICIA DOS AUTHOres Portuguezes, e das Obras, que compuseraõ desde o tempo da promulogaçaõ da Ley da Graça até o tempo presente OFFERECIDA À AUGUSTA MAGESTADE DE D. JOAÕ V. NOSSO SENHOR POR DIOGO BARBOSA MACHADO Ullyssiponense Abade da Parochial Igreja de Santo Adriaõ de Sever, e Academico do Numero da Academia Real. Tomo I. LISBOA OCCIDENTAL, Na Officina de ANTONIO ISIDORO DA FONSECA. Anno de M. D. CC. XXXXI. [1741] Com [lxxx], 767 pags. Tomo II. LISBOA: Na Officina de IGNACIO RODRIGUES. Anno de M. D. CC. XLVII. [1747] Com [iv] 926, [ii] pags. Tomo III. LISBOA: Na Officina de IGNACIO RODRIGUES. Anno de M. D. CC. LII. [1752] Com[iv], 798, [ii] pags. Tomo IV. QUE CONSTA DE MUITOS AUTHORES NOVAMENTE collocados na Bibliotheca, e de outros ilustrados, e emendados, impressos nos três Tomos precedentes. LISBOA, Na Officina Patriarcal de FRANCISCO LUIZ AMENO. M. DCC. LIX. [1759] Com [vi], 721, [v] pags. Encadernações do início do século xx inteiras de marroquim vermelho de 36,5 x 23 cm., com ferros ricamente lavrados a ouro e a seco nas lombadas e nas pastas. Cortes dourados por folhas. Exemplar Ilustrado com uma magnífica e rara gravura desdobrável do autor assinada Kelberg pixit S. H. Thomassin Scup. e espetaculares vinhetas e letras capitulares gravadas por Debrie. Exemplar com ex-libris de Bernardino Ribeiro de Carvalho e com falta de dois fólios às páginas 505 a 508 [Aaaaa e Aaaaa ii] do iv volume referentes ao índex das matérias da obra. Apresenta também um pequeno e antigo restauro marginal, no último fólio inumerado do iv volume correspondente à uma folha de erratas, atingindo um pouco o texto que encontra substituído por texto manuscrito. Obra de grande raridade no mercado português e internacional e que muito poucas bibliotecas podem apresentar na sua edição original. Diogo Barbosa Machado é o pai da bibliografia portuguesa por ter publicado a obra Biblioteca Lusitana, que é um dos raros monumentos tipográficos portugueses. Todos os bibliógrafos portugueses que lhe seguiram (ou que venham a seguir) trabalharam baseados na sua colossal obra. Por exemplo Inocêncio ao iniciar a seu Dicionário Bibliográfico descartou automaticamente os livros portugueses impressos em latim, remetendo a consulta dos mesmos para a Biblioteca Lusitana de Barbosa Machado. A sua obra principal do ponto de vista tipográfico e cultural apenas é comparável ao Vocabulário de Bluteau. Ambas foram publicadas na sumptuosidade da magnificência vivida em Portugal no reinado de D. João V. No entanto a grande importância da Biblioteca Lusitana está no fabuloso trabalho de pesquisa biográfica acerca dos autores portugueses que publicaram livros tanto em Portugal como no estrangeiro, em língua portuguesa, latina ou em outras. Este mesmo trabalho é a principal fonte da historiografia portuguesa, abrange um período de tempo que vai desde a invenção da impressa até ao governo do Marquês de Pombal. Sem esta obra muitos nomes e factos importantes da nossa história teriam desaparecido irremediavelmente da nossa memória coletiva. Inocêncio II, 144. ?DIOGO BARBOSA MACHADO, Presbytero secular, Abbade da igreja parochial de Sancto Adrião de Sever, no bispado do Porto, um dos primeiros cincoenta academicos da Academia Real da Historia Portugueza, etc. etc. - Foi natural de Lisboa, filho segundo do capitão João Barbosa Machado e de sua mulher D. Catharina Barbosa, teve por irmãos D. José Barbosa, mais velho, e Ignacio Barbosa Machado, mais novo que elle, ambos distinctos escriptores, dos quaes faço a devida memoria em seus logares. - N. a 31 de Março de 1682, e depois de larga vida, consagrada ao exercicio e cultura das letras, faleceu na mesma cidade a 9 de Agosto de 1772, sendo sepultado o seu cadaver na igreja dos padres da Congregação da Missão, em Rilhafoles. Para mais amplo conhecimento das acções e trabalhos litterarios d'este varão illustre, cuja memoria será sempre chara e universalmente respeitada dos bibliographos e amadores das letras po. Bookseller Inventory # 1307CS002

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