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" ... sovereignty over Corsica, Elba, and the greater part of Sardinia ; with her immense commerce, her establishments in Spain, Asia, and Greece, her revenues and stores, had little to gain and much to lose, by contending with a poor and perhaps braver... "
Europe During the Middle Ages ... - Page 79
by Samuel Astley Dunham - 1833
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The Historians' History of the World: Italy

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...contending with a poor and perhaps braver power. If Genoa had less wealth, she had equal enterprise, an equal thirst for gain, and equal ambition. Where...was all but annihilated, and the loss in killed was five thousand, in prisoners eleven thousand. These prisoners the victors refused to ransom and for...
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Italy

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...contending with a poor and perhaps braver power. If Genoa had less wealth, she had equal enterprise, an equal thirst for gain, and equal ambition. Where...was all but annihilated, and the loss in killed was five thousand, in prisoners eleven thousand. These prisoners the victors refused to ransom and for...
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