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Cagliostro

noun
1.
Italian who was famous as a magician and alchemist (1743-1795).  Synonyms: Count Alessandro di Cagliostro, Giuseppe Balsamo.






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"Cagliostro" Quotes from Famous Books



... opinion untested about any event of which or any person of whom he undertook to write. From Templand (1833) he applies for seven volumes of Beaumarchais, three of Bassompierre, the Memoirs of Abbe Georgel, and every attainable account of Cagliostro and the Countess de la Motte, to fuse into The Diamond Necklace. To write the essay on Werner and the German Playwrights he swam through seas of trash. He digested the whole of Diderot for one review article. He seems to have read through Jean Paul Richter, a feat to ...
— Thomas Carlyle - Biography • John Nichol



Words linked to "Cagliostro" :   Giuseppe Balsamo, necromancer, magician, thaumaturgist, Count Alessandro di Cagliostro, thaumaturge, wizard, sorcerer



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