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Eighteenth-Century Political and Other Papers

 Fonds
Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.6342

Scope and Contents

Political papers, verses, and other miscellaneous material, 160 folios. (Fo. 1) Three drafts of a memorandum or treatise on political and social reform in France, in French, dated 1780-1783, 1788 and September 1789. The concluding section and index are at fos 82-83. (Fo. 84) Copy of Capitulations agreed between England and Turkey, in Italian, 1675. (Fo. 94) Portions of a treatise on conchology, by an English writer, in Italian. (fo. 143) [Jacques] Montet, 'Observations sur les Castors qu'on trouve dans le bas Languedoc', in French, 1757. (Fo. 147) Joannes Franciscus Barberius, verses addressed to John Strange, British resident at Venice, in Latin, 1773-1788. (Fo. 148) Various verses, including some addressed to Countess Stella de'Medici, Andrea Corner, Maria Toscarini Corner and Countess Giulia dal Pozzo de'Medici, in Italian. (Fo. 155) Copy of the will of Sansuga Ridotto, in Italian. (Fo. 158) Possibly a farewell address to P. Paoli on leaving Corsica in 1769, in French. (Fo. 159) Copies of two letters dealing with the occupation of the Republic of San Marino by Cardinal Alberoni, in Italian, 1740.

Dates

  • 1750 (Circa)

Conditions Governing Access

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Extent

1 volume(s) (1 volume)

Language of Materials

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Purchased 1922.

Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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