Florio was a Waldensian teacher, no doubt driven to England by religious persecution.
We know that Florio was the Italian scholar of his day, and the Court favourite.
Jewdwine's mind went back to the dawn of their acquaintance, and to a certain Florio Montaigne.
Oh, Florio, 'tis as thou saidst—Carlos was a villain, and deceived me.
In his Italian-English dictionary, published in 1598, he does not include the word Florio.
The exit of Florio, who obviously withdraws, is also not marked.
Florio, the Courier, waited on Mr. Barker with his note of invitation.
And as it is with Florio, so it is with Biancofiore: they are pure nothing.
Gonzalo's description of his ideal republic is from Florio's Montaigne.
Florio gave a sigh of relief as he saw Ferdinand and Vittoria step on shore.