d'aldighiero, degli Aldighieri, poeta Fiorentino.
Balbo, Vita di Dante, Firenze, 1853, p. 117. Professor de d Cancellieri Bianchi,
See the story at length in Balbo, Vita di Dante, Cap. X. had extended to Florence, whms with the Ghibellines.
The matter is obscure, and Balbo contradicts himself about it. The city was instantly is as amazing as it is perplexing.
For example: Count Balbo's Life of Dante was published originally at Turinf the document itself, and with full permission from Balbo to make corrections, leaves the matter just where itnly would have done had he heard of it. According to Balbo, Dante spent the time from August, 1313, to Novemberonument at all was built by Guido, as is asserted by Balbo (Vita, I. Lib. II.
Cap. XVII.), whom De Vericour co on feastdays, which shows their popular character.
Balbo reckons (but this is guess-work) that the Ms. copiesrence in 1846, entitles it the Early Life of Dante.
Balbo understands it in the same way.
Vita, p. 97. But