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Wed Mar 29 17:34:13 2017 1 The Banner of the Bull Project Gutenberg Australia a treasure-trove of literature treasure found hidden with no evidence of ownership Title: The Banner of the Bull Author: Rafael Sabatini * A Project Gutenberg Australia eBook * eBook No.: 1300791h.html Language: English Date first posted: February 2013 Date most recently February 2013 Produced by: Ruth Heredia Project Gutenberg Australia eBooks are created from printed editions which are in the public domain in Australia, unless a copyright notice is included.
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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg Australia Licence which may be viewed online. GO TO Project Gutenberg Australia HOME PAGE The Banner of the Bull Three Episodes in the Career of Cesare Borgia by Rafael Sabatini Wed Mar 29 17:34:13 2017 2 1915 E per pigliare i suoi nemici al vischio Fischiò soavemente, e per ridurli Nella sua tana, questo basalischio. DECENNALI, I.
MACCHIAVELLI CONTENTS THE URBINIAN THE PERUGIAN THE VENETIAN THE URBINIAN I In that shrewd chapter of his upon a prince’s choice of ministersof which I shall presently have more to sayMesser Niccolò Macchiavelli discovers three degrees in the intelligence of mankind.
To the first belong those who understand things for themselves by virtue of their own natural endowments; to the second those who have at least the wit to discern what others understand; and to the third those who neither understand things for themselves nor yet through the demonstrations which others afford them.
The first are rare and excellent, since they are the inventive and generative class; the second are of merit, since if not actually ...





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