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Columbus memorial; containing the first letter of Columbus descriptive of his voyage to the new world, the Latin letter to his royal patrons & a narrative of the four voyages of Amerigo Vespucci ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 Excerpt: ...Janeiro), and returned to Lisbon, which he reached on June 18th, 1504. This was far from being the last of his American voyages, but it was the last...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 Excerpt: ...Janeiro), and returned to Lisbon, which he reached on June 18th, 1504. This was far from being the last of his American voyages, but it was the last he had accomplished, when, on September 4th of that year, he wrote the long " Lettera" here reproduced, giving an account of his four expeditions. In its printed form, it is addressed to an individual of high rank in Florence concerned in the government of the State, whom he reminds of their early association as pupils under Fra Giorgio Vespucci. This individual, to whom he forwarded his letter by the hands of Benvenuto di Domenico Benvenuti, is clearly revealed by that circumstantial evidence as Pier Soderini, the anti-Medicean Gonfaloniere of Florence. The autograph letter must naturally have borne his name; why this is omitted in the printed book can only be guessed at. The publisher was apparently Pietro Pacini di Pescia, an adherent of the Medici party, and therefore adverse to Soderini. None of the books which were issued by him during the reign of Soderini contained any of the formal dedications to the Gonfaloniere which were used by other contemporary publishers at Florence, and it was probably "he who suppressed Soderini's name. The letter got into his hands, perhaps, in the form of a copy made by Benvenuti. Gian Stefano di Pavia, mentioned above, who set it in type, was Pacini's printer from 1505 to 1513, but was not in the habit of setting down his own name till the latter year. His imprint appears for the first time, along with Pacini's name, in the "Giostra di Giuliano dei Medici," which came out in 1513 after Soderini's death and the restoration of the Medici;-but three of the books produced by Pacini in 1505 are in Gian Stefano's types, identical with those of the " ...
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