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Varj componimenti in lode dell'eminentissimo, e reverendissimo Principe Antonio Manoel de Villena nella sua essaltazione alla dignità di Gran Maestro della Sacra Religione Gerosolimitana.

Contributor(s): Marulli, Ettore, 1692-1763 [editor, compiler] |
Vilhena, António Manoel, 1663-1736 [former owner] |
Tonna, Calcedonio, 1778- [former owner] |
Le Marchant, John Gaspard, 1803-1874 [former owner] |
Caccia, Harold Anthony, Baron, 1905-1990 [donor].
Production / publication: In Napoli : Per Domenico-Antonio, e Nicola Parrino, MDCCXXIII [1723] Description: [8], 86, [2] pages ; 26 cm (4to).Citation/References note: Hellwald, F.G. Bibliographie méthodique de l'Ordre Souv. de St Jean de Jérusalem, page 147Ownership note: Personal copy of Antonio Manoel Vilhena (1663-1736), Grand Master of the Order of St John of Jerusalem between 1722 and 1736; later in the possession of Fra Calcedonio Tonna, Rector of the Liesse Church in Valletta, who gifted it to Sir John Gaspard Le Marchant, Governor of Malta in 1858. With Tonna's letter laid in the volume and Governor' Le Marchant's signature on a leaf inserted at the beginning of the book; volume bequeathed to the Library of the Order of St. John by Lord Harold Caccia.Binding note: Gold-tooled red morocco with arms of Grand Master Antonio Manoel Vilhena stamped in the centre of boards; gold-tooled borders and spine and brocade endpapers.Other title: Vari componimenti in lode dell Principe Antonio Manoel de Villena.Subject(s): Vilhena, António Manoel, 1663-1736 | Knights of Malta -- HistorySummary: A book of poetic eulogies presented to Antonio Manoel Vilhena on his election as Grand Master in 1722, and collected together by Ettore Marulli, a Knight of the Order of St John from Italy.
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Hellwald, F.G. Bibliographie méthodique de l'Ordre Souv. de St Jean de Jérusalem, page 147

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