The case of the Genoese impartially stated; wherein the conduct of that people, the Austrians and Piedmontese, during the late convulsions, is candidly examined. To which is prefixed, a letter from an eye-witness, giving an exact account of the insurrection at Genoa. In a letter to a member of parliament, Volume 12
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