Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Galignani, John Antony (1796-1873) and William (1798-1882), two Parisian publishers, were the sons of an Italian who set up an English library in Paris in 1800, and in 1814 founded Galignani's Messenger. The sons took his work on, and did much to advance English interests in France.

“Hope in this life is a perishing thing, but the hope of good men, when it is cut off from this world, is but removed like a tree, transplanted from this nursery to the garden of the Lord.”
–Matthew Henry, Commentary, Job 19