Bian'ca, the younger daughter of Baptista of Pad'ua, as gentle and meek as her sister Katherine was violent and irritable.
The head Magister, Baptista, had the usual salary of the guild as head master.
He was not dazzled by the reputation of Baptista Porta; he respected Porta, but respected truth even more.
He was informed by Baptista of the infidelity of Maria de Vellorno.
Baptista arose, looked out of the window, and took the easy course.
Baptista glanced quickly around; her husband was out of earshot.
Baptista Porta was more skilful in the mysteries of art and nature than any man in his day.
Thus Baptista had sense enough to see the retributive fairness of this issue.
Baptista hastened across, and by the time the procession entered the cemetery gates she had unobtrusively joined it.
Cesi took the presidency for his life, and the celebrated Baptista Porta was appointed vice president at Naples.