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Author: Ferrare du Tot, Charles de, d. 1694.
Title: Rome exactly describ'd, as to the present state of it, under Pope Alexandre the Seventh in two curious discourses / written originally in Italian, and translated into English.
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Print source: Rome exactly describ'd, as to the present state of it, under Pope Alexandre the Seventh in two curious discourses / written originally in Italian, and translated into English.
Ferrare du Tot, Charles de, d. 1694., Correr, Angelo, 1605-1678., Chantry, John, d. 1662?, Bulteel, John, fl. 1683., Torriano, Giovanni.

London: Printed by T. Mabb, for Mich. Young ..., and J. Starkey ..., and J. Playfere ..., 1664.
Alternate titles: Relazione della corte romana fatta l'anno 1661. English
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B20713.0001.001
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To Mr MATTHIAS Van BEUNINGEN.
A TABLE.
A RELATION Of The State of the COƲRT Of ROME.
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TO THE Truly AFFECTIONATE, UNTO THE Italian NATION, AND LANGUAGE.
The Authors ADVERTISEMENT To the Reader.
Books Printed for and sold by John Starkey at the Mire, betwixt the midle Temple Gate, and Temple-Bar in Fleet-street.
Folio's.
Quarto's.
Octavo's.
Twelves.
A New RELATION OF ROME.
Of the Principal Fami∣lies of ROME.
Ʋncertain Revenues.
Now let us view the Qualities of all the Popes Officers and Domesticks.
Of the Daterie, or Office where the Popes Bulls are dispatcht, and of the Chancery.
Of the Congregations.
A Relation of the Ceremonies ob∣served on the twenty Eighth of June, at the Presenting of a White Gennet unto the Pope, by the Minister of the King of Spain.