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Bernardin Pavlović was a Franciscan writer from Dubrovnik, born in Ston. He had two works printed in Venice in 1747 which he wrote were "in the Croatian language". The title of the second work runs as follows: Salves for the dying...new and revised edition printed in Croatian for the benefit of the Croatian nation, Venice, 1747. This marks an important development in the Croatian language.
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