The Resource The adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca : Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and laws, Copied from the original manuscript in St. Mark's Library at Venice; with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi. To which is prefixed, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, shewing the reasons of Signor Gaudentio's being apprehended, and the manner of it. Translated from the Italian

The adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca : Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and laws, Copied from the original manuscript in St. Mark's Library at Venice; with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi. To which is prefixed, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, shewing the reasons of Signor Gaudentio's being apprehended, and the manner of it. Translated from the Italian

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The adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca : Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and laws
Title
The adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca
Title remainder
Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and laws
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Copied from the original manuscript in St. Mark's Library at Venice; with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi. To which is prefixed, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, shewing the reasons of Signor Gaudentio's being apprehended, and the manner of it. Translated from the Italian
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eng
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AOX
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  • 35183
  • N004265
  • 1124
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  • Evans
  • ESTC
  • Lib. Company. Afro-Americana
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1680-1755
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Berington, Simon
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no index present
Literary form
fiction
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dictionaries
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1685-1753
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Berkeley, George
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  • Voyages, Imaginary
  • Inquisition
  • Utopias
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The adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca : Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and laws, Copied from the original manuscript in St. Mark's Library at Venice; with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi. To which is prefixed, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, shewing the reasons of Signor Gaudentio's being apprehended, and the manner of it. Translated from the Italian
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  • Not a translation. A romanace, originally written in English, ascribed to a Catholic priest, S. Berington in the NCBEL. Sometimes wrongly attributed to George Berkeley
  • First published at London in 1737 under title: The memoirs of Sigr. Gaudentio di Lucca
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1 online resource (xiii, 13-329 pages)
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online
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remote
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(OCoLC)1038759740
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The adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca : Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and laws, Copied from the original manuscript in St. Mark's Library at Venice; with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi. To which is prefixed, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, shewing the reasons of Signor Gaudentio's being apprehended, and the manner of it. Translated from the Italian
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Publication
Note
  • Not a translation. A romanace, originally written in English, ascribed to a Catholic priest, S. Berington in the NCBEL. Sometimes wrongly attributed to George Berkeley
  • First published at London in 1737 under title: The memoirs of Sigr. Gaudentio di Lucca
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 13-329 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1038759740

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