1775 A Paris, Et se trouve a Amsterdam, chez J.A.Crajenschot, (10)+104pp. engraved frontispiece: portrait of pope Clement XIV by N.N. possibly based on the painting by Giovanni Domenico Porta or Vicenzo Millioni, engraved vignette on titlepage with a second portrait of the pope meeting death. French poem of two times two lines on vignette. Description of the engraved portrait: printed inscription outside the depiction, top left: [C]lemens XIV. P.M. printed inscription outside the depiction, top left: Franciscus Laurentius Ganganell[i] printed inscription outside the depiction, top centre: natus Ariminii, Creatus die 19 May 1769 printed inscription: Zie Ganganelli, die den naam […] door 't Pinxtervuur geraakt. : poem by J.F. Delsing.printed inscription outside the depiction, bottom left: […] dall'originale / […] lo Stampatore alle Portaria del Gesu. printed inscription: Te Amsterdam by T. Crajenschot, 1775, printed inscription bottom right, outside the depiction: N.N. sculp. Ams(terdam), third etched vignette by N. v.d. M.j. on first page. Contemporary softcover paper binding. Edges frayed of binding and block. Pope Clement XIV (Latin: Clemens XIV; Italian: Clemente XIV (31 October 1705 – 22 September 1774), born Giovanni Vincenzo Antonio Ganganelli, was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 19 May 1769 to his death in September 1774. At the time of his election, he was the only Franciscan friar in the College of Cardinals, having been a member of OFM Conventual. He is the most recent pope to take the pontifical name of ‘Clement’ upon his election. During his pontificate, Clement decreed the suppression of the Society of Jesus.Mozart visited Clement in 1770 in Rome. Clement made young Mozart a knight of the Order of the Golden Spur.