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The works of the famous Nicholas Machiavel : citizen and secretary of Florence / Written originally in Italian, and from thence newly and faithfully translated into English [by Henry Neville.]

Main Author: Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527
Related Names: Churchill, Awnsham -1728, bookseller, Clavell, Robert -1711, bookseller, Neville, Henry 1620-1694
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for R. Clavel, C. Harper, J. Amery, J. Robinson, A. and J. Churchil; and sold by Cha. Harper ... and A. and J. Churchil ..., 1695
Subjects: War > Early works to 1800
Political ethics > Early works to 1800
Political science > Early works to 1800
Florence (Italy) > History > Early works to 1800
Note: Pages 181-198, 263-264 and 315-316 omitted; page 44 mispaged as 34; 169 as 179; 170 as 180; 175 as 185; 176 as 186; 178 as 188; 179 as 189
"The history of Florence," "The prince," "The discourses," and "The art of war" each has special title-page, dated 1694
Physical Description: [40], 189 [i.e. 179], [5], 199-267 [i.e. 265], [5], 267-431 [i.e. 429], [5], 433-528 pages ; 33 cm
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