Catalog Record: Naples in 1799 ; an account of the revolution of 1799 and of the rise and fall of the Parthenopean republic | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Naples in 1799 ; an account of the revolution of 1799 and of the rise and fall of the Parthenopean republic, by Constance H.D. Giglioli (née Stocker).

Main Author: Giglioli, Constance H. D. Stocker.
Related Names: Hamilton, William Sir 1730-1803.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, E.P. Dutton & co.; London, 1903.
Subjects: Parthenopean Republic, 1799.
Note: Appendix: Sir William Hamilton's despatch to Lord Grenville, from which extracts have been made in the foregoing pages (p. 399-410). Index of the principal authors and works referred to in the foregoing pages, with the addition of a few other works not quoted in the text (p. 411-419)
Physical Description: xviii, 438 p. 21 pl., 21 port. (incl. front., double port.) 23 cm.
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