|Author:||Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653.|
|Title:||Stoa Triumphans: or, two sober paradoxes, viz. 1. The praise of banishment. 2. The dispraise of honors. Argued in two letters by the noble and learned Marquesse, Virgilio Malvezzi. Now translated out of the Italian, with some annotations annexed.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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Stoa Triumphans: or, two sober paradoxes, viz. 1. The praise of banishment. 2. The dispraise of honors. Argued in two letters by the noble and learned Marquesse, Virgilio Malvezzi. Now translated out of the Italian, with some annotations annexed.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653.
London: Printed by J. G., 1651.
To his truly honoured friend, David Gwin, Esq
An Advertisement of the Translator to the Reader.
The occasion and Argument of the first Letter.
To the Noble Signor, JOHN VINCENT IMPERIALE.
Another Letter in dispraise of Honours.
Some Passages il∣lustrated in the first LETTER.
The second Letter.