Under the name "Joseph Leonini" (Leonini was the family name of his mother) he published in Berlin in 1794 a Spanish comedy, "El Delinquente Honrado," on the titlepage of which he describes himself as "Teacher of Princess Augusta and in the gymnasium of Berlin." He is said to have traveled to Prague in order to study at the university there, but was robbed of his money and found himself stranded in Berlin, where he resorted to the teaching of languages to gain a livelihood. Azulay subsequently settled in London, where he married Bella Friedlaender, a cousin of Chief Rabbi Herschell. He died in that city July 17, 1840.
Vgl Mario Zadow in Google Books (und in meinem Regal CS)
Rep. 76 alt, Abt. l., No. 520. Geheimes Staatsarchiv PK, Acta Rep. 76 alt, Abt. l. No. 633, Bl. 25. Geheimes Staatsarchiv PK,Meusel
Person: Guiseppe (Josef) Leonini Azulay, Berliner Klassik, hrsg. v. der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2003-2013. URL: https://berlinerklassik.bbaw.de/personen/5676.
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