Petrarch's Eight Years in Milan

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Appendix
A Tabular View of the Correspondence Between Petrarch and Nelli, 1353-13601
Co-
chin's
Nos.
DatesLetters of PetrarchLetters of Nelli
1353
June or July Var.7 (to the Flor-
entine circle; sent to
Nelli)
25A few days be-
fore 4 Aug.
A lost letter
264 Aug. VIII
27Earl Aug. X
2823 Aug. Fam. XVI11
2927 Aug. Fam. XVI12
(answers Nelli's X)
30A little later Fam. XVI13
1028 Aug. VII
Early Septem-
ber
A lost letter [p. 33]
Before 14 Sept-
tember
A lost letter [p. 32]
3116 September Fam. XVI14
(answers Nelli's VIII)
3218 September Var.56
Late Septem-
ber
A lost letter [p. 36]
answers Nelli s VII)
11Late Septem- Var. 44
____________________
1
This table is continuous with the table in Wilkins 2, pp. 211-212, which covers the period Summer 1351-18 November 1352. We have no knowledge of any letters written by either man to the other in the period 1 9 November 1352-May 1353. The numbers in the first column are those assigned to certain letters by Cochin 1, pp. 137-139. In cases of lost letters that are not numbered in Cochin's list, numbers in square brackets refer to pages in this book.

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