Italian love [electronic resource] : or, eunuchism displayed. Describing all the different kinds of eunuchs; shewing the esteem they have met with in the world, and how they came to be made So. Wherein Principally is examined, whether they are capable of Marriage, and if they ought to be suffered to enter into that Holy State. The whole confirmed by the Authority of Civil, Canon, and Common Law, and illustrated with many remarkable Cases by way of Precedent. Also a comparison between some celebrated modern Italian eunuchs, with Observations thereon. Occasioned by a young lady's falling in love with one, who sung in the Opera at the Hay-Market, and to whom she had like to be married. Written by a person of honour

Author/Creator
Ancillon, Charles, 1659-1715.
Language
English.
Imprint
London : printed for J. Reason, opposite Serjeant's-Inn, Fleet-Street, [1758]
Physical description
[2], v-xxiv, 231, [7]p. ; 12⁰.
Series
Eighteenth century collections online.
Librarian view | Catkey: 8081374