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Michael Robinson  •  Link

Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami Liber utilissimus de conscribendis epistolis, continens artificium et praecepta in earum compositione observanda.
Lugduni Batavorum: ex officina Ioannis Maire, 1645.

with, at p 255: Epistola Ad Christianiss Regem Gallorum Franciscum I

12 mo.,
Vander Haeghn, p. 58 #24; Glomski & Rummel, II 270.

Pepsyian Library, 27.

First separate edition issued Cologne 1522

Terry Foreman  •  Link

De conscribendis epistolis
On the Writing of Letters (Latin: De conscribendis epistolis) was a popular Early Modern guide to the art of letter writing by Spanish humanist Juan Luis Vives. First published in 1534 in conjunction with Desiderius Erasmus' treatise of the same name,[1] Vives's work attempts to teach letter writers how to engage a variety of audiences.

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