A letter lately written from Rome, by an Italian gentleman, to a freende of his in Lyons in Fraunce Wherein is declared, the state of Rome: the suddaine death & sollemne buriall of Pope Gregory the thirteenth. The election of the newe Pope, and the race of life this newe Pope ranne before hee was aduanced. Thereto are adioyned the accidentes that haue fallen out, not onely in Rome, but in Naples & other parts of the worlde also. Newely translated out of Italian into English by I.F.

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A letter lately written from Rome, by an Italian gentleman, to a freende of his in Lyons in Fraunce Wherein is declared, the state of Rome: the suddaine death & sollemne buriall of Pope Gregory the thirteenth. The election of the newe Pope, and the race of life this newe Pope ranne before hee was aduanced. Thereto are adioyned the accidentes that haue fallen out, not onely in Rome, but in Naples & other parts of the worlde also. Newely translated out of Italian into English by I.F.
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Imprinted at London :: By Iohn Charlewoode dwelling in Barbican, at the halfe Eagle and the Key,
1585.
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Gregory -- XIII, -- Pope, 1502-1585.
Sixtus -- V, -- Pope, 1520-1590.
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"A letter lately written from Rome, by an Italian gentleman, to a freende of his in Lyons in Fraunce Wherein is declared, the state of Rome: the suddaine death & sollemne buriall of Pope Gregory the thirteenth. The election of the newe Pope, and the race of life this newe Pope ranne before hee was aduanced. Thereto are adioyned the accidentes that haue fallen out, not onely in Rome, but in Naples & other parts of the worlde also. Newely translated out of Italian into English by I.F." In the digital collection Early English Books Online. https://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11025.0001.001. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed July 20, 2024.

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