1760 JESUIT PROTEST LETTERS re POPE CLEMENT XIII w/ Bookplate of COUNT CHORINSKY
BRIEFE EINES ABTS AUS MAYLAND AN EINEN PRÄLATEN IN ROM, Für die Gesellschaft JESU, Wider zwo Schriften unter dem Titel: Anmerkungen Ueber die Bittschrift der Jesuiten An Seine glücklich regierende Heiligkeit Pabst Clemens XIII. (LETTERS OF AN ABBEY FROM MILAN TO A PRELATE IN ROME, For the Society of JESUS, PROTESTING two writings under the title: Remarks On the Petition of the Jesuits to the Rulings of His Holiness POPE CLEMENT XIII. 3 parts bound together.) THREE PARTS Bound Together in this One Book / Erster Theil, Zweiter Theil, und Dritter Theil. No author is stated, but presumed to be the Jesuit Francesco Antonio Zaccaria, b. 1714 d. 1795, an Italian theologian, historian, and prolific writer. Italiänisch herausgegeben zu Fossombrone 1760 Durch Johann Bottagrifi und seine Mitverleger. Mit Genehmhaltung der Obern. (Published in the Italian in Fossombrone (Italy) in 1760 by Johann Bottagrifi and his co-publishers. With approval of the Superiors.) This GERMAN EDITION published in Bayern, Germany, undated but circa 1761. Card covers that are present but lacking almost all their paper covering, meaning the covers are only cardboard, there is old blue cloth tape to the spine, 7x8.5 inches (18x21 cm), each of the three parts is paginated separately. PAGINATION: Erster Theil: , 1-67; Zweiter Theil: 1-100; Dritter Theil: 1-54; Register:  pp. ASSOCIATION COPY. Armorial Bookplate on the front pastedown of IGNATIUS DOMINICUS S.R.I. COMES de CHORINSKY de LEDSKE (aka Count Ignatius Dominicus Chorinsky, Count Ignatz Dominik Chorinsky von Ledske, Count Chorynsky)."Count Ignaz Dominik Chorynsky of Ledská b. 1729 d. 1792, was a patron of the arts and a renowned collector of art and books. His superb collection of books and paintings were primarily based in his large chateau in Velké Hostice. A substantial portion of his library was sold by his family trust in three auctions that were held in 1930 and 1932 by Hamburg antiquarians Hans Götz and Franz Dörling." - found somewhere on the Internet. Condition: The covers are lacking their paper covering, as noted above; internally very nice, the pages are surprisingly tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. Beautifully printed text, great association copy.