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Let the houses be moved and arranged in order; and this will be done with facility

p. 29

because such houses are at first made in pieces on the open places, and can then be fitted together with their timbers in the site where they are to be permanent.

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[9] Let the men of the country [or the village] partly inhabit the new houses when the court is absent [12].



29:355 : On the same page we find notes referring to Romolontino and Villafranca with a sketch-map of the course of the "Sodro" and the "(Lo)cra" (both are given in the text farther on). There can hardly be a doubt that the last sentence of the passage given above, refers to the court of Francis I. King of France.--L.9-13 are written inside the larger sketch, which, in the original, is on the right hand side of the page by the side of lines 1-8. The three smaller sketches are below. J. P. R.

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