The Civil History of the Kingdom of Naples; In Two Volumes Volume 1

The Civil History of the Kingdom of Naples; In Two Volumes Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1729 edition. Excerpt: ...Counsel not long aster, Indulpbus was recall'd to Salerno, who dissembling the Injury, began, to curry Favour with the Salernitans, to whom he was very profuse; and having brought over to his Party the chief Men, and the Adherents of Prince Gifulpbus, he was at great Pains to convince them, that now the Tyrants being driven out, they ought to deliver themselves up to Pandulpbus Ironhead, who wou, ld be able with his Forces, to restore Gifulpbus, and in the mean time, endeavour to fortify themselves in the Castles, that upon the coming of Pandulpbus they might be hi a Condition to assist him. In effect, many noble Salernitans, and amongst the reft, Kifus and Romoalt, two renown'd Personages, repenting them of the Part they had acted in the Conspiracy, went to Amalpbis to the dethroned Princes, and there, with many Oaths, and Tears, expresi'd their Sorrow for the Wrong that had been don, e them, promising to use their utmost Efforts to restore them to their. former Dignity. PRINCE Pandu/pbus being iuvited by the Adherents of Prince Gifulpbus and the Salernitans, who had fortified themselves in several Castles, in order to receive his Assistance, compassionating the. Case of that unfortunate Prince, who was his fiift Cpusin, with incredible Jqy, vmcjeripok to restore Gifulpbus to Salerno; and con.'. non. Salern, part 7. num. 7. Anon. Salern. p. 7. num. xo. vening some of his Forces, march'd towards that Place. He was met by htdulpbus, who demanded the County of Confa for himself; but Pandulphus declaring that he Could not grant it, he was extremely griev'd, and fcturn'd to Salerno, where he was made Prisoner by his own Men, and deliver'd up to Landulpbus. In the mean time, Ironrbead having joyu'd the Salernitans that were in the Castles, took all the.
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  • Paperback | 502 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 26mm | 889g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123652215X
  • 9781236522153