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Verfasser:Ancillon, Charles
Titel:Eunuchism display'd. Describing all the different sorts of eunuchs; The Esteem they have met with in the World, and how they came to be made so. Wherein principally is examin'd, whether they are capable of Marriage, and if they ought to be suffer'd to enter into that State. The whole confirm'd by the Authority of Civil, Canon, and Common Law, and illustrated with many remarkable Cases by way of Precedent. Also a Comparison between Signior Nicolini and the Three celebrated Eunuchs now at Rome, viz. Pasqualini, Pauluccio, and Jeronimo (or Momo): With several Observations on Modern Eunuchs. Occasion'd by a young Lady's falling in Love with Nicolini, who sung in the Opera at the Hay-Market, and to whom she had like to have been Married. Written by a person of honour
Werktitel:Traité des eunuques. <engl.>
Verlag:printed for E. Curll at the Dial and Bible over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet
Umfang:Online-Ressource ([2],v-xxiv,240p)
Fussnoten:A translation by Robert Samber of the 'Traité des Eunuques' of Charles Ancillon, writing under the pseudonym C. d'Ollincan. - At bottom corner of title page: pr. 3 s. - English Short Title Catalog, T75792. - Reproduction of original from British Library
(Ort):Farmington Hills, Mich
(Verlag):Cengage Gale
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