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Pascal Greco (search for this): article 5
ing confronted with his accomplices, he answered, in his last examination: "I accept the answers given by my friends." Never was crime more skillfully prepared — never were conspirators better chosen, and supplied with arms more terrible and more sure. Never was attempt against society as large so near its accomplishment, when the vigilance of the authorities penetrated their designs, foiled their plots, and delivered over to justice the guilty. Wherefore the persons named--1. Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2. Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4. Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5. Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design conce
Natalo Agestino Imperatori (search for this): article 5
more terrible and more sure. Never was attempt against society as large so near its accomplishment, when the vigilance of the authorities penetrated their designs, foiled their plots, and delivered over to justice the guilty. Wherefore the persons named--1. Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2. Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4. Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5. Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design concerted and decided between them, formed a plot having for its object to attempt the life of the Emperor, the said plot having been followed by an act committed or commenced towards its execution, the said crime being against the 86
Giuseppe Mazzini (search for this): article 5
ty as large so near its accomplishment, when the vigilance of the authorities penetrated their designs, foiled their plots, and delivered over to justice the guilty. Wherefore the persons named--1. Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2. Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4. Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5. Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design concerted and decided between them, formed a plot having for its object to attempt the life of the Emperor, the said plot having been followed by an act committed or commenced towards its execution, the said crime being against the 86th and 89 articles of the first section of the Penal Code.
a view to baffle the vigilance of the police; the necessity for money, arms, and assistants; the notice to be given on the ever of the attempt. Finally Mazzini mentioned as the place to which letters were to be addressed to him in London the house of a woman named Roselly, the daughter of a man with whom he had political relations at Lugano. The note was in these words: From Paris to London. To Madams Roselly, 58 Middleton Square, Pentonville, London: If you come in contact with Murat, you are to tell him, among other things, that you have good hopes as to your military career. If you are absolutely in want of arms, you are to ask permission to dedicate to him a fantasia of your own composition, il voto, for the piano. If you are absolutely in want of pecuniary aid, you will tell him to send you, buying it for you, Baife's last opera.--Address and hour. If there is a great probability of doing the thing, you are to write an insignificant letter, and conclude, "I will w
St Joseph (search for this): article 5
y as large so near its accomplishment, when the vigilance of the authorities penetrated their designs, foiled their plots, and delivered over to justice the guilty. Wherefore the persons named--1. Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2. Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4. Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5. Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design concerted and decided between them, formed a plot having for its object to attempt the life of the Emperor, the said plot having been followed by an act committed or commenced towards its execution, the said crime being against the 86th and 89 articles of the first section of the Penal Code.
Raphael Trabuco (search for this): article 5
Never was crime more skillfully prepared — never were conspirators better chosen, and supplied with arms more terrible and more sure. Never was attempt against society as large so near its accomplishment, when the vigilance of the authorities penetrated their designs, foiled their plots, and delivered over to justice the guilty. Wherefore the persons named--1. Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2. Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4. Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5. Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design concerted and decided between them, formed a plot having for its object to attempt the life of the Emperor, the said plot h
Respectable M. Mazzini (search for this): article 5
nst Mazzini: At the head of this plot is Mazzini. This ardent conspirator, already condemned of these two became intimate in April, 1863. Mazzini was then at Lugano. The plan was then ar the attempt. At the moment of his departure Mazzini wrote, in his presence, a note to serve as th He returned to Lugano, where he again found Mazzini. His relations with him were continual. rganization of the conspiracy was concluded. Mazzini, from the commencement, declares that, havingas seized, with several other notes signed by Mazzini with his usual abbreviation, together with foch were signed by him. Eight days before Mazzini quitted Lugano he left thirteen hundred franc he was known as possessing the confidence of Mazzini, he had a visit from Natale Imperatori, who hhold Imperatori. * * * But his letter to Mazzini, seized upon Greco, left no doubt as to the paring for the execution of the plot. As for Mazzini, the protest which, according to custom, he m[15 more...]
Angelo Scagtioni (search for this): article 5
ty as large so near its accomplishment, when the vigilance of the authorities penetrated their designs, foiled their plots, and delivered over to justice the guilty. Wherefore the persons named--1. Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2. Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4. Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5. Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design concerted and decided between them, formed a plot having for its object to attempt the life of the Emperor, the said plot having been followed by an act committed or commenced towards its execution, the said crime being against the 86th and 89 articles of the first section of the Penal Code.
of the correspondence. In it everything was carefully provided for — the relations to be formed in Paris, with a view to baffle the vigilance of the police; the necessity for money, arms, and assistants; the notice to be given on the ever of the attempt. Finally Mazzini mentioned as the place to which letters were to be addressed to him in London the house of a woman named Roselly, the daughter of a man with whom he had political relations at Lugano. The note was in these words: From Paris to London. To Madams Roselly, 58 Middleton Square, Pentonville, London: If you come in contact with Murat, you are to tell him, among other things, that you have good hopes as to your military career. If you are absolutely in want of arms, you are to ask permission to dedicate to him a fantasia of your own composition, il voto, for the piano. If you are absolutely in want of pecuniary aid, you will tell him to send you, buying it for you, Baife's last opera.--Address and hour. If th
Mont Cenis (search for this): article 5
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. The Emperor h
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