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The principal events in the Life of Loreiteo are here related with accu- racy and fidehty ; but upon the whole ii gives us too distant and indistinct a view of him.

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You can search through the full text of this book on the web at |http : //books . com/ THIS BOOK F0IIW5 PART OF THE ORf Cl NAL LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BOUGHT IN EUROPE 1838 TO 1839 ir ASA CRAY ■^^ TG- ^^^^ 737.'^ ^^g .-nil 1 ^^H • L 1 Digitized by Ca OOQ IC I Digitized by Google Digitized by Vj OOQIC LIFE OF LORENZO DE' MEDICI. The first symptoms of impirovement appeared about the middle of the fifteenth century, when Cosmo de' Medici, after having esta* blished his authority in Florence, devoted the latter years of a long and honourable life to the encouragement, and even the study, of philosophy and polite letters. control of that state, at a period when it abounded with men of the gres^est talents and acuteness, but raised himself to the rank of sole arbiter of Italy, and produced no in- considerable effect upon the politics of £u^ rope.

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By what strange fatality it happened, that the reputation of the most eminent man of his own age should have fallen into almost absolute neglect in the course of that which immediately succeeded, it is difficult to dis- cover; particularly when we consider that the Italians have been by no means inatten«* tive to their national glory^ and that the me- moirs of the lives of many of the contempo- Digitized by Vj OOQIC PREFACE.

Xlll raries of Lorenzo, who were inferior to him in every point of view, have been fully and even ostentatiously set forth.