Constitution and Laws of a Short-Lived Italian Client State Established by Napoleon [Genoa (Republic)]. [Ligurian Republic]. Costituzione della Repubblica Ligure con le Successive Leggi Organiche. Genoa: Stamperia Nazionale, 1803. 203,  pp. Several unopened signatures. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6"). Original plain publisher wrappers, untrimmed edges. Light soiling to exterior, backstrip perished, a few signatures partially detached, remainder of text secure, minor worming to wrappers and parts of text with no damage to legibility. Light toning to text, internally clean. A solid copy. $500. * Only edition. The Ligurian Republic was a short-lived French client state formed by Napoleon on 14 June 1797. It consisted of the old Republic of Genoa and the small Imperial fiefs owned by the House of Savoy inside its territory. Its first Constitution was promulgated on 22 December 1797, establishing a directorial republic dedicated to "Liberta," "Eguaglianza" and "Rappresentenza Nazione." It was annexed by France in June 1805. No copies listed on OCLC. Not in the British Museum Catalogue.
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