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Page 36 - Poet Laureate, in Westminster. If eloquence you love these letters buy, Which e'en with Marcus Cicero may vie ; Those writings ought to please the cultured mind In which a copious flow of wit we find.*
Page 1 - King of Naples, the Duke of Milan, and the Republic of Florence,
Page vii - about the middle of the fifteenth century, he appears to have come to England