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L'Armonia was an Italian language newspaper established in Turin in July 1848. The paper was established by a Catholic priest Giacomo Margotti and other priests. Margotti also edited the paper. It was ultra-conservative and Catholic in orientation. Its mission was to support for the Catholic Church. The paper holds the distinction of being the first publication in Italian to publish an account and several sections of the Book of Mormon. This content was published on 1 August 1853 in a supplement.
Among other causes, the paper opposed Italian unification.
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