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, Vives's work attempts to teach letter writers how to engage a variety of audiences.
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Herm. Sam. Reimari de vita et scriptis Joannis Alberti Fabricii commentarivs. Accedvnt argvmenta historico, critica ex epistolis viror. claror. ad ... et variorvm epicedia (Latin Edition)