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BACHI, Pietro, educator, born in Sicily in 1787; died in Boston, Massachusetts, 22 August 1853. He was a graduate of the University of Padua and a lawyer by profession, was implicated in Murat's attempt to seize the throne of the two Sicilies, and was obliged in consequence to flee from Italy in 1815. He resided in England till 1825, and then came to the United States. From 1826 to 1846 he was teacher of Italian and Spanish in Harvard College. He was the author of several grammars and phrase-books and a book of fables for learning Italian, and of "A Comparative View of Spanish and Portuguese Language" (Cambridge).
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