I have already written to Livorno that your families and your goods are to be seized.
Such, too, Livorno, built by the Medici in the sixteenth century.
Livorno la cara, they call her, and no doubt of old she endeared herself to her outcasts.
In Livorno Bay the breakers were big, and the back-wash of their surf very insistent.
He had let out that he would return to Livorno in a few days, and she had resolved to accompany him, wherever he might be going.
Her deck, and indeed every uncovered part of the Livorno, was encrusted in the droppings of multitudinous sea-fowl.
Livorno, in the barbarian dialect of the Genovesi, Ligorno; and hence our word Leghorn.
The Livorno had a long, low poop, no more than three feet high, and extending forward to the mainmast.
Trelawney had always believed that the Livorno sailors knew more than they cared to tell of that tragedy.
Physically speaking, I doubt if any life could be much healthier than ours was on the Livorno.