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The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Italian conspiracy against Napoleon — official Accusation of Mazzini as the "Head of the Plot." (search)
. If there is a great probability of doing the thing, you are to write an insignificant letter, and conclude, "I will write to you in a week, in three or four days." If there be absolute want of an intimate, "be pleased to tell me the price of a Broadwood piano in London." This note was one of the documents found in possession of Greco. It is manifestly from the hand of Mazzini, and an expert has abundantly demonstrated it. Together with Greco. Greco then set out for France, by way of Turin and Mont Cenis, and reached Paris early in May. Under the name of Floretti, and sometimes under his own name, he lodged successively at the Hotel Saint Marie, Rue de Rivoli and at No. 128 Rue St. Honore. He found a pretext, as had been agreed upon, to present himself at the house of Prince Murat, one of whose secretaries he frequently saw; and he succeeded in this way in making the police agents, who had at first watched his movements, believe that their surveillance was superfluous.