Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
By Michel de Montaigne.
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Florio's Translation of Montaigne appeared first in a folio in 1603; reprinted in 1613 and with an extensive index in 1632.Morley's edition (1886) of the Florio translation:http://books.google.com/books?id=4vQZAAAAYAAJ&o...
Cotton's ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Cotton ) translation appeared in three octavo volumes in 1685.Hazlett's edition (1877) of Cotton's translation:http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/m/montaigne/miche...
Following his general principle of library building Pepys retained:
Montaigne, Michel de, 1533-1592.Essays of Michael seigneur de Montaigne· In three books. With marginal notes and quotations of the cited authors. And an account of the author’s life. To which is added a short character of the author and translator, by way of letter; written by the right honourable the Marquess Hallifax. Made English by Charles Cotton, Esq; The first volume.
... The second volume.... The third and last volume.London : printed for M. Gilliflower and W. Hensman in Westminster-Hall, R. Bently in Covent-Garden, and J. Hindmarsh in Cornhill, 1693.
8vo., , 555,  p.,  leaf of plates, frontispiece portrait of Montaigne, two final advertisement leaves., 624, 623-638, 635-722 p., Text and register continuous despite pagination., 336, 335-414, 417-559,  p. Text and register continuous despite pagination.
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M2480A
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