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The works of Nicholas Machiavel. Newly translated from the originals; illustrated with notes, anecdotes, dissertations, and the life of Machiavel, never before published, and several new plans on the art of war. By Ellis Farneworth.

Main Author: Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527.
Related Names: Frederick II King of Prussia 1712-1786., Farneworth, Ellis d. 1763, tr.
Language(s): English
Published: London, T. Davies, [etc., etc.] 1762.
Subjects: War
Political ethics
Political science
Florence (Italy) > History.
Note: "The prince: to which is subjoin'd, chapter by chapter, the Examen du Prince, or Anti-Machiavel ... written originally in French by ... the present king of Prussia, and here translated into English" : v. 1, p. [467]-703.
Physical Description: 2 v. fold. plans. 27 cm.
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