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Primeira origem da arte

de imprimir dada à luz pelo primeiros characteres

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Published: 1732
Language: Portugues
Wordcount: 3,810 / 19 pg
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 364
Added to site: 2006.08.04
mnybks.net#: 14595
Genre: History
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umentos donde elles nascem, e muito mais os que executaõ huma, e outra cousa; de sorte que naõ só enriquecem as officinas da Impressaõ com as letras mais bem formadas, mas lhes deixaõ as fontes inexgotaveis dos Punçoens, Matrizes, e Moldes, de que por muitos seculos se poderáõ valer para se refazerem de toda a especie de characteres, que lhes forem necessarios. Aos Soberanos pertence mais que a ninguem exaltar, e favorecer a Arte de imprimir, porque nesta Officina se forja a trombeta da sua Fama; e o metal [~q] se emprega neste exercicio, naõ he menos conducente para permanecer a sua gloria, que o das Estatuas, em que tanto se ostenta a dos Heroes, a quem se dedicaõ semelhantes incentivos da memoria, ficando esta mais diffusa, e nobremente eternizada pelas relaçoens das façanhas, escritas, e impressas pelo character das virtudes referidas, e pela eloquencia dos Historiadores, e Panegyristas, do que pela semelhança da fi

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