The Temperate Man; or, the Right Way of Preserving Life and Health... In Three Treatises: The First by the Learned Leonardus Lessius; the Second by Lodowick Cornarao, a Noble Gentleman of Venice; the Third by a Famous Italian.

LESSIUS, Leonard.

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Price: $600.00

Place Published: London
Publisher: John Starkey
Date Published: 1678

Description: [34], 168 pages, Narrow 16mo, calf spine and marbled endpapers but lacking both covers. London: For John Starkey, 1678. First edition. Scarce.

Comments: Lessius, a Jesuit of Louvain, died in 1623 at 69; his "Hygiasticon" is translated by Timothy Smith, apothecary. Carrison calls Carnaro's Work, here translated by George Herbert, "the best treatise on peersonal hygiene and the simple life in existence." Garrison-Morton 1557. The third is a "Paradox: That a Spare Diet is better than a Splendid and Sumptuous." STC (Wing) L1181. Osler 3218- 20.

Edition: First
Binding: unbound
Condition: good
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 144278

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Dear Mr. Hample, Just a short note to confirm receipt of the book and my absolute satisfaction with it. I am in the process of building a library of books from the interwar period to document and understand the events as seen by contemporaries as very often knowledge of what happened afterwards colours the views of historians. I am mainly focussed on Italian matters but books describing current events in other countries such as Germany, UK, France, Spain, Japan and the US are of interest to me. If you have a catalogue or can indicate to me any other books that you think could interest me, I would be very gratefll.Thank you in advance and best regards. - Massimo C.
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