Letter sent from Salonica to Venice. Written, m.s. on July 15,1745, sent with forwarding agent Josef & Const(ine) "mero di pronto a Floro"
(lit. given to Josef & Const. quick to Floro).
Mr. Rigo states in his splendid collection at page 22 that "in Venice letters were never disinfected by exposure to heat: hence they never show the typical brown color".
Where this letter was disinfected? I hope somebody can help.