Lezioni de Eloquenza.

Venice, Tip. di Commercio, 1830.

8vo, pp. [iv], 128; some light spotting and staining; in the original blue printed wrappers, foot of spine chipped.

£600

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First separate edition of Foscolo’s Pavia lectures, originally published in his Alcuni scritti e dettati inediti, Piacenza 1825.

Not in OCLC; RLIN and NUC record only a copy at Harvard.

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