Cesare Correnti, né à Milan le 3 janvier 1815, mort à Lesa le 4 octobre 1888, est un patriote et un homme politique italien, sénateur du royaume d'Italie lors de la XVIe législature.

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  • Cesare Correnti, né à Milan le 3 janvier 1815, mort à Lesa le 4 octobre 1888, est un patriote et un homme politique italien, sénateur du royaume d'Italie lors de la XVIe législature.
  • Cesare Correnti (Milano, 3 gennaio 1815 – Lesa, 4 ottobre 1888) è stato un patriota e politico italiano.Fu senatore del Regno d'Italia nella XVI legislatura.
  • Cesare Correnti (January 3, 1815 – October 4, 1888) was an Italian revolutionary and politician.He was born in Milan of a poor but noble family. While employed in the public debt administration, he flooded Lombardy with revolutionary pamphlets designed to excite hatred against the Austrians, and in 1848 proposed the general abstention of the Milanese from smoking, which gave rise to the insurrection known as the Five Days. During the revolt he was one of the leading spirits of the operations of the insurgents. Until the reoccupation of Milan by the Austrians, he was secretary-general of the provisional government, but afterwards he fled to Piedmont, whence he again distributed his revolutionary pamphlets throughout Lombardy, earning a precarious livelihood by journalism. Elected deputy in 1849, he worked strenuously for the national cause, supporting Cavour in his Crimean policy, although he belonged to the political Left. After the annexation of Lombardy he was made commissioner for the liquidation of the Lombardo-Venetian debt, in 1860 was appointed councillor of state, and received various other public positions, especially in connection with the railway and financial administration. He veered round to the political Right, and in 1867 and again in 1869 he held the portfolio of education; he played an important part in the events consequent upon the occupation of Rome by Italy and helped to draft the Law of Guarantees. As minister of education he suppressed the theological faculties in the Italian universities, but eventually resigned office and allied himself with the Left again on account of conservative opposition to his reforms. His defection from the Right ultimately assured the advent of the Left to power in 1876; and while declining office, he remained chief adviser of Agostino Depretis until the latter's death. On several occasions -- notably in connection with the redemption of the Italian railways, and with the Paris Exhibition of 1878 -- he acted as representative of the government. In 1877 he was given the lucrative appointment of Secretary of the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus by Depretis, and in 1886 was created senator. He died at Rome, leaving a considerable body of writings on a variety of subjects, none of which is of exceptional merit. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain:
  • Чезаре Корренти (итал. Cesare Correnti; 3 января 1815(18150103), Милан, Австрийская империя, — 4 октября 1888, Леза, Италия) — итальянский писатель и государственный деятель.Статистика обязана ему своими успехами в Италии. Своими журнальными работами и сочинением «L’Austria e la Lombardia» (1845) он готовил умы к объединению Италии. Когда миланское восстание 1848 года, в котором он играл видную роль, не удалось, Корренти поселился в Турине и стал членом палаты депутатов. Позже Корренти занимал пост министра народного просвещения в правительстве Беттино Рикасоли (1866) и Джованни Ланцы (1869—1872) и был сенатором. Его главный труд — «Annuari statistici italiani».
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  • Cesare Correnti, né à Milan le 3 janvier 1815, mort à Lesa le 4 octobre 1888, est un patriote et un homme politique italien, sénateur du royaume d'Italie lors de la XVIe législature.
  • Cesare Correnti (Milano, 3 gennaio 1815 – Lesa, 4 ottobre 1888) è stato un patriota e politico italiano.Fu senatore del Regno d'Italia nella XVI legislatura.
  • Чезаре Корренти (итал. Cesare Correnti; 3 января 1815(18150103), Милан, Австрийская империя, — 4 октября 1888, Леза, Италия) — итальянский писатель и государственный деятель.Статистика обязана ему своими успехами в Италии. Своими журнальными работами и сочинением «L’Austria e la Lombardia» (1845) он готовил умы к объединению Италии. Когда миланское восстание 1848 года, в котором он играл видную роль, не удалось, Корренти поселился в Турине и стал членом палаты депутатов.
  • Cesare Correnti (January 3, 1815 – October 4, 1888) was an Italian revolutionary and politician.He was born in Milan of a poor but noble family. While employed in the public debt administration, he flooded Lombardy with revolutionary pamphlets designed to excite hatred against the Austrians, and in 1848 proposed the general abstention of the Milanese from smoking, which gave rise to the insurrection known as the Five Days.
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