The learned man defended and reform'd : a discourse of singular politeness and elocution, seasonably asserting the right of the muses in opposition to the many enemies which in this age learning meets with, and more especially those two ignorance and vice : in two parts / written in Italian by the happy pen of P. Daniel Bartolus ; englished by Thomas Salusbury ; with two tables one general, the other alphabetical Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685

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Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685
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Litterateurs; Litterateurs - Early works to 1800.; Learning and scholarship
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/677055
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677055

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