Italian senator and deputy; born at Rovigo 1839; died at Nervi, near Genoa, April 15, 1898. He studied law, but after receiving his degree he volunteered under Garibaldi in 1860, and took part in the Sicilian expedition, following Garibaldi to Aspromonte in 1862, and to Tirol in 1866. He was elected deputy from Rovigo to the thirteenth and fifteenth legislatures, and from Chioggia to the fourteenth. He then devoted himself to journalism, and was for some time editor ofthe "Diritto." He also practised law in Rome, and on Jan. 29, 1889, was elected senator. He wrote: "Guida Popolare Amministrativo ad Uso del Privato e del Funzionario Comunale," Mantua, 1871; and "Dello Spirito e della Pratica delle Leggi," Bologna, 1881.
- Il Vessillo Israelitico, 1898, p. 131;
- Almanacco, Italiano, 1899, p. 308;
- La Tribuna Illustrata, April 24, 1898.