His aunt, the Princess Varese, left him half of her large fortune.
It will take me to-morrow to Sesto Calende, whence we go to Varese.
The Pope can do much, but he will not be able to get contrapuntal music into Varese.
In 1385, having thus prepared the way for treason, he avowed his intention of proceeding on a pilgrimage to Our Lady of Varese.
In no instance has this been done with so complete a measure of success as at Varese.
Through the loveliest Arcadian scenery of woods and fields and rushing waters the road leads downward from Varese to Castiglione.
The two other Italian ironclads, the "Formidabile" and the "Varese," were not in the line, and took no part in the coming battle.
You are also denounced by Barto Rizzo, a madman—he went mad as fire, and had to be chained at Varese.
But this Varese villa was their place of delight and enjoyment.
Unfortunately the same thing was attempted at Orta, and later on at Varese, by greatly inferior men.