Definition of Giuseppe balsamo

1. Noun. Italian who was famous as a magician and alchemist (1743-1795).




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Girona
Gironde
Girondist
Girondists
Girru
Giselle
Gish
Gish gallop
Gita
Gitmo
Giudecca
Giulio Natta
Giuseppe Balsamo
Giuseppe Garibaldi
Giuseppe Mazzini
Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto
Giuseppe Verdi
Giza
Gjellerup
Gjirokastër
Gk.
Gla
Glacial
Glacial epoch
Glades
Gladstone
Gladstone bag

Literary usage of Giuseppe balsamo

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1. Cagliostro and Company: A Sequel to the Story of the Diamond Necklace by Frantz Funck-Brentano (1902)
"... IV giuseppe balsamo IF only Breteuil had been able to bring to the knowledge of the public the collection of documents made by commissary Fontaine, ..."

2. The Auto-biography of Goethe: Truth and Poetry: from My Own Life by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1849)
"This great aunt was subsequently godmother of giuseppe balsamo, who was named after his great uncle, and at last in foreign countries assumed also the ..."

3. Goethe's Travels in Italy: together with his Second residence in Rome and by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Alexander James William Morrison, Charles Nisbet (1885)
"This great aunt was subsequently godmother of giuseppe balsamo, who was named after his great uncle, and at last in foreign countries assumed also the ..."

4. Letters from Switzerland: Letters from Italy by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Nathan Haskell Dole (1902)
"This great- aunt was subsequently godmother of giuseppe balsamo, who was named after his great-uncle, and at last in foreign countries assumed also the ..."

5. Primitive Psycho-therapy and Quackery by Robert Means Lawrence (1910)
"... was giuseppe balsamo, who was born at Palermo, Sicily, June 2, 1743. Though of humble origin, this arch-impostor assumed the title of Count Alessandro ..."

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