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Letter 49 mentions the Count writing The Most Holy Trinasophia, as well alluding to his faked death at Hesse-Cassel.
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"This theory held by Gorg Hezekiel in his Abenteuerliche Gesellen, i., 35, Berlin, 1862. Karl von Weber (op. cit., i., 318) also says that M. de St. Germain openy appeared in Leipzig in 1777 as Prince Ragoczy, and that he was often known as Graf Tzarogy, which latter is merely an anagram for Ragotzy (Ragoczy)."
|Stanley Weber as Comte St. Germain in the Outlander series|