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  • Genin, Susa Antica (Saluzzo, 1886); E.
  • D ses compatriotes sur les actes de son administration, &c.), edited by Auguste Genin (Paris, 1897).
  • Genin (Paris, 1841 and 1842); the Correspondence of Castillon and Marillac (ed.
  • Of the other works, never yet completely edited, the best editions are, for the Heptameron, Leroux de Lincy (1855); for the Lettres, Genin (1841-1842); and for the Marguerites, &c., Frank (1873), English translations of the Heptameron are rather numerous: one appeared in 1887 by A.
 
 

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