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1815-1829 - Not traced Medicine & Periodicals & Science & Italy Physician Bartolomeo de Sanctis (details of his birth or background are lacking) was a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Rome until 1813 1806-1872 - Savile Row (Mayfair) Collections & Egyptology & Medicine & Periodicals & Politics & Italy & place: Milan Physician Augustus Bozzi Granville was born Agostino Bozzi in Milan on 7 October 1783 (Granville was the name of his Cornish grandfather on his 1795-1799 - Hanover Square (Mayfair) Booksellers & Journalism & Linguistics & Periodicals & Printing & Italy & place: Palazzolo Newspaper publisher Giovanni Antonio Galignani was born in 1757 in Palazzolo, near Brescia. His name was probably derived from the village of 1757-1884 - Bond Street (Mayfair) Clubs & Fashion & Periodicals & Sex & Italy In 1683, Thomas Bond purchased a Piccadilly mansion called Clarendon House from Christopher Monck, 2nd Duke of Albemarle. He demolished the house in 1934-1939 - Not traced Periodicals & Politics & Printing & Swiss & place: Weggis Marxist avant-garde publisher and writer Wieland Herzfelde [Herzfeld] was born on 11 April 1896 in Weggis in the canton of Lucerne into a family of 1878-1905 - Windmill Street (Fitzrovia) Crime & Law & Periodicals & Pubs & Radicalism & Italy & place: Vittorio Veneto The failed attempt to kill King Umberto I by Giovanni Passanante on 17 November 1878 led to a ferocious repression of anarchist movements and 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