Storia della Toscana sino al principato

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"I really wonder at, and am sorry that our tastes differ so much that you do not like Pignotti, though I like him so very much. I have read as far as the beginning of the seventh vol: and every day my interest in the work encreases. His reflexions indeed are not very brilliant, deep, or new, but they are sagacious and just; and independently of the style, the subject is, to my thinking, highly curious, and chiefly from its extraordinary resemblance to the turbulent spirit of the little Grecian Republics, who, like the Florentines, the inhabitants of Pisa, Gennoa, and Venice, were always at daggers drawn, and yet flourishing, wealthy, and devotedy fond of the fine arts" [Burney then goes on to summarise further the content of the book]

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letter to Henry Crabb Robinson, 28th November 1830

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letter to Henry Crabb Robinson, 28th November 1830

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Letters of Sarah Harriet Burney, The
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Italy
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