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A singular Catastrophe of a Genoese Nobleman and his Lady
The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Jan 14, 1765
Start Page: 2
Pages: 1
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THERE lived, not long since, in Genoa a young Nobleman, named ... who had a large ... in the ... and of ... her he went every five or six years to regulate his affairs. At the age of five and twenty he was married to a beautiful lady, the daughter of a ... senator called ... who had refused the greatest matches in Italy, to prefer the fortunate ... As their marriage was founded upon a ... their ... increase instead ...

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