Antonio Blado's edition of Machiavelli's 'History of Florence', Rome (1532)

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Antonio Blado's edition of Machiavelli's 'History of Florence', Rome (1532), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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FLORENTINE HISTORY BY NICCOLÒ MACHIA=
VELLI, CITIZEN AND SECRETARY OF
FLORENCE, TO THE MOST HOLY
AND BLESSED FATHER OUR
RULER CLEMENT VII,
PONTIFEX
MAXIMUS.


[Antonio Blado’s eagle emblem]

With the grace and privilege of our lord Clement
VII and other princes, that during the term of ten
years [these works] may not be printed, or, if
printed elsewhere, sold – on pain of the
penalties which are contained in these.

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HISTORIE DI NICOLO MACHIAVE
GLI CITTADINO, ET SEGRETA=
RIO FIORENTINO, AL SAN=
TISSIMO ET BEATISSIMO
PADRE SIGNOR NOSTRO
CLEMENTE SETTIMO
PONTEFICE
MASSIMO.


[Antonio Blado’s eagle emblem]

Con gratie, & privilegi di N. S. Clemente
VII. & altri Prencipi, che intra il termino di X.
anni non si stampino, ne stampati si vendino:
sotto le pene, che in essi si contengono

M. D. X X X I I.



    

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