Nelson assisted the operations by carrying troops to Leghorn.
I sailed for Lerici, where I arrived the next day, and then posted to Leghorn.
Once established in Leghorn, the French declined to quit it.
From a lover, who will not be back at Leghorn for a week or ten days.
On the morning of the 17th the ship was discovered to be on fire, at the distance of three or four leagues from Leghorn.
And the Leghorn, unsuited to trials of wind and weather, was left at home.
Both these letters reached Nelson in June, at Leghorn, on his way home.
Was the latter document Oliva's note from Leghorn of October 14, 1668?
Rubattinos steamers leave three times a week for Leghorn; time 6 hours.
And if Leghorn should fall into the hands of the enemy, woe to Florence!
breed of fowl, 1869, from Leghorn, city in Italy (modern Livorno, 16c.-17c. Legorno), from Latin Liburnus, from the native people name Liburni, which is of unknown signification.