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1837-1847 - Hatton Garden (Holborn) Societies & Education & Radicalism & Italy & Place: Genoa Journalist and political activist Giuseppe Mazzini was born on 22 June 1805 in Genoa, then under French rule. Banned from the city for revolutionary 1803-1885 - Lauderdale Road (Maida Vale) Banking & Education & Jews & Italy & place: Livorno Financier and Jewish community leader Moses Haim Montefiore was born in Livorno on 24 October 1784 into a Jewish family. On his father’s side 1789-1806 - Not traced Education & Linguistics & Italy & place: Siena Linguist Antonio Montucci was born on 22 May 1762 in Sienna. His father was an architect and engineer; his mother the painter Marianna Buonfigli. 1792-1859 - Newman Street (Fitzrovia) Education & Music & Italy & place: Naples Music teacher Gesualdo Lanza was born in 1779 in Naples. He was trained by his father Giuseppe, a composer who, from 1792 onwards, was private 1940-2012 — Kemplay Road (Hampstead) Education & Italy & Painting & place: Beaulieu-sur-Mer Emigrants Painter and teacher Peter Laurent de Francia was born on 25 January 1921 in Beaulieu-sur-Mer 1774-1787 - Haymarket (Westminster) Education & Italy & Music & place: Camerino Castrato singer and music teacher Venanzio Rauzzini was born in Camerino in the Roman Apennines on 18 December 1746. He studied in Rome and was 1853-1867 - Radnor Street (Chelsea) Education & Law & Radicalism & Italy & place: Forli Republican politician [Marco] Aurelio Saffi was born on 13 August 1819 in Forli then part of the Papal States (now: Emilia Romagna). He received an 1842-1844 - Greville Street (Clerkenwell) Education & Periodicals & Radicalism & Italy The July Revolution of 1830 in Paris set in motion conspiratorial movements in a number of northern Italian cities and their brutal repression. One