Italian language -- Readers -- 1500-1800. : An introduction to the most useful European languages, [electronic resource] : consisting of select passages, from the most celebrated English, French, Italian, and Spanish authors. With translations as close as possible; So disposed, in Columns, as to give in one View the Manner of expressing the same Sentence in each Language. Intended for the Use of Foreigners, Merchants, and Gentlemen who make the Knowledge of those Languages their Study. By Joseph Baretti, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture.
Italian language -- Research. : Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Emma Grollo memorial scholarship : a commemorative collection of Italian studies research at The University of Melbourne 1988-2008 / edited by Vita Giordano & Andrew McGregor.
Italian language -- Self-instruction -- Early works to 1800. : The Italian tutor or a new and most compleat Italian grammer [electronic resource] : Containing above others a most compendious way to learne the verbs, and rules of syntax. To which is annexed a display of the monasillable particles of the language, by way of alphabet. As also, certaine dialogues made up of Italianismes or neicities of the language, with the English to them. Studied and compiled with much time and labour, and now published for the speede and ease of such as desire to attaine the perfection of the said language; with an alphabet of primative and originall Italian words, underiveable from the Latin. By Gio. Torriano, an Italian and professor of the same within the city of London.