Collection of 41 early 19th-century Italian religious broadsides: n/a Collection of 41 early 19th-century Italian religious broadsides: n/a Collection of 41 early 19th-century Italian religious broadsides: n/a Collection of 41 early 19th-century Italian religious broadsides: n/a

Collection of 41 early 19th-century Italian religious broadsides

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Published by NP, NP, 1856
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Folio. Unpaginated. Contemporary light blue wrappers. This striking collection of forty-one 19th-century Italian catholic broadsides from 1815 to 1856 covers topics such as Papal declarations, women taking the veil, commemoration of the second anniversary of Pope Pius VII's triumphal return from exile, etc. The main purpose of these broadsheets, or broadsides, was to post religious proclamations, acts, and official notices. 4 of the 41 broadsides are in Latin, the others in Italian. Most of the broadsides (34 of 41) consist of a poem accompanying a religious proclamation. The 34 broadsides with poems were published on the following occasions: - Celebration of Santa Barbara's day (December 4) at the Carmelite church of Santa Maria in Traspontina, Rome (1844) With engraved device and stamp.- Celebration of Santa Barbara's day at the Carmelite church of Santa Maria in Traspontina, Rome (1838)- First mass celebrated by D. Giuseppe Arpi at the The Sacred Congregation of Propaganda (1826) - Text within decorative frame.- Celebration of the Assumption of Mary at the Apostolic Hospice of San Michele, Rome (ND) - Poem by P. Salandri- Eulogy of Antonius Nurigian, Archbishop of Constantinople (ND) - With engraved device.- Ordination of Bishop Luigi Scalabrini O. Carm. (1767-1842) Bishop of Mazara del Vallo (1832)- Ceremony in honor of Marianna Mancini taking the veil at the Santa Susanna convent in Rome, and assuming the name of donna Maria Gesualda (ND) - Poem by Luigi Ciampoli- Carlo Maria Pedicini's elevation to cardinalship (1823) - With large woodblock vignette.- Celebration of the Eucharist in Bologna by Cardinal Carlo Oppizzoni (1769-1855), Archbishop Emeritus of Bologna (1845) - Text in gold, burgundy and black lettering within an elaborate decorative frame.- Roberto Roberti's elevation to cardinalship (1850)- Abraham Khashùr's consecration as archbishop of Memphis, Egypt. Abraham Khashùr was a young Coptic alumnus of the Propaganda College in Rome (1824) - With large woodblock vignette.- Pietro Caprano's elevation to cardinalship (1828)- Commemoration of the second anniversary of Pope Pius VII's triumphal return from exile (1815) - Poem by Don Sisto Benigni - With woodblock vignette. Text within decorative frame.- Eulogy of cardinal Giuseppe Caspar Mezzofanti (1774-1849), famed linguist and hyperpolyglot (1840) - Poem by Dr. Pietro Paolo Azzocchi.- Restoration of the patriarchal basilica of San Domenico, Bologna (1844) - Poem by P. Domenico Rosaguti- Celebration of the Holy Cross at the parish of San Nicola in Arcione, Rome (1826) - Poem by Gio. Battista Gallinari- Consecration as bishop of patriarch Giovanni Giuseppe Canali (1781-1851), Bishop Emeritus of Ferentino (1840) - Text within a decorative frame.- Giovanni Battista Quarantotti's elevation to cardinalship (1826) - Large woodblock vignette and decorative initial.- Eulogy of painter Clemente Alberi's work in his decoration of the dome of the patriarchal basilica of San Domenico, Bologna (ND, ca 1844) - Poem by don Giovacchino Mugnoz- Celebration of Paolo Meglia's obtention of a Masters Degree in surgery, awarded by the prestigious Archiginnasio of Bologna (1844) - Poem by Giuseppe and Marianna Placci. Text within decorative frame.- Celebration of Paolo Meglia's obtention of a Masters Degree in medicine, awarded by the Pontifical University of Bologna (1846) - Poem by Giuseppe Bellentani- Eulogy of Paolo Meglia by Pier-Francesco dal Buono who wanted to express his admiration and gratitude after Meglia operated on him, and thus saved his life (1845)- Celebration of Paolo Meglia's obtention of a Masters Degree in medicine, awarded by the Pontifical University of Bologna (1846) - Poem by his friends- Eulogy of Giuseppe Lorini, archdeacon of the Cortona Cathedral, Tuscany, and preacher at the basilica church of San Carlo al Corso (1845) - With engraved device.- First mass celebrated by D. Giacomo Sarfgi at the San Gregorio Illuminatore church, Ancona (1822). With engraved devi. Bookseller Inventory # 36678

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Title: Collection of 41 early 19th-century Italian ...

Publisher: NP, NP

Publication Date: 1856

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First edition.

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