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Che alcuna volta il virtuoso pi prezzato altrove, che nella patria.

Sometimes the virtuous are more appreciated in foreign lands than in their homeland.


Spesso in altro terren translata pianta
Rende frutto miglior, che nel natio:
Cosi chi ne la patria ha temporio.
Altrove in bel seren gioisce e canta.


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Che’l Principe buono sempre procura il bene d’i sudditi.

The good Prince always ensures the happiness of his subjects.


Quando il mar turbato, accio non pera,
L’Anchora fermo il vago legno tiene.
E accio men possa in lui la rabbia fera,
A lei il Delphin per pi fermezza viene.
Tale il Signor a suoi fia sempermai,
Qual’; l’Anchora spesso a marinai.


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