A colony of Waldenses, settled near the town of Cosenza in the north-central part of Calabria, were made of sterner stuff.
Every foot that they advance from their magazines at Cosenza their difficulties will increase.
The Archbishop of Cosenza, a man of wealth and of intelligence, offered me a room in his palace.
Then, with a nameless shrug, he turned to the Cardinal of Cosenza.
The school of Cosenza cut itself adrift from authority, ecclesiastical or classical.
I think the town we just flew over was Cosenza, up the coast from Reggio.
The trap was ready for them; and when they landed near Cosenza, they were captured easily and shot.
At Cosenza, in the extreme south, he fell ill of a fever and died.
I left Cosenza on the third day with a letter from the archbishop for the far-famed Genovesi.
Perrey records several shocks during the two years 1856-57 that were felt at places as far apart as Naples, Melfi, and Cosenza.