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English: Correspondence, papers and notes.
Polski: Korespondencja, papiery i notatki.
Date 1669-1704
Medium ink on paper
Dimensions 36.5 × 23.5 cm (14.4 × 9.3 in) 414 leaves
Accession number Rps III 4879
English: Manuscript in Latin, French and German. Themes:
  • unification of Protestant denominations and the restoration of Europe's religious unity,
  • foundation of German imperial archives accessible to historians,
  • foundation of the Prussian Academy of Sciences.

1720s: transferred to Johann Erhard Kapp
1740s: transferred to Józef Andrzej Załuski (Załuski Library)
1795: transferred to Imperial Library in Saint Petersburg (confiscation)
1921: transferred to National Library in Warsaw (revindication)
1939: transferred to Canada (evacuation)

1959: transferred to National Library in Warsaw (revindication)
Source/Photographer Halina Tchórzewska-Kabata, Maciej Dąbrowski (2000). Nad złoto droższe: skarby Biblioteki Narodowej (More precious than gold: treasures of the National Library). Biblioteka Narodowa. ISBN 83-70092-97-7
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