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A Yankee description of Garibaldi in London. [London Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune.] Lond
Remember that it must all be for Garibaldi in the abstract — not a word about GaribaldiGaribaldi in the concrete, you know!" You know, too, for the papers will tell you all the pretty things, how ance, Austria, and Italy,) knew before, that Garibaldi did not come to England to feast on boat's h nd reaching my place near the platform where Garibaldi was to be received.
I found an immense crow r child with a beautiful bequest in its hand Garibaldi took the child in his arms, kissed it, patte any woman speaking on such an occasion, but Garibaldi bent his eye downward and listened with such ed and were swearing what they would do with Garibaldi.
How long the procession was, and how s berty.
Let me now say a few words about Garibaldi personally.
Though he was born at Nice ther ot with the Teutonic blood into Bombardy.
Gen Garibaldi's light hair, whiskers, complexion, and bl