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y: Italy The Piedmontese troops, under Victor Emmanuel, gained a brilliant victory on the 3d inst, in the Zarigliano. They attacked in front with the troops, flanked by the fleet, and dispersed the Bourbon troops. The tents, wagons and stores were left in Victor Emmanuel's possession, with 11,000 prisoners.-- Gen. Somnas pursued the enemy afterwards, and occupied Niola and the possessions surrounding Gaeta. Victor Emmanuel was expected to arrive at Naples immediately. Gen. Garibaldi remained at Naples. Anarchy prevails at Viterbo. The voting on the annexation has commenced at Perugia, and the inhabitants of Viterbo are hastening to vote, notwithstanding the French occupation and the presence of the Pontifical gendarmes. A large body of troops remaining outside of the forts of Gaeta, have sent proposals of surrender to the Piedmontese. The reported conclusion of a treaty of commerce between England and Austria is said to be unfounded. The lat
The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1860., [Electronic resource], The interview between Victor Emanuel and Garibaldi. (search)
of the interview between Victor Emanuel and Garibaldi: Garibaldi had taken up his quarters at pass through. Cialdini rushed forward, and Garibaldi, jumping off his horse, embraced him affectionately. After exchanging a few words, Garibaldi remounted to meet the King. Victor Emanuel was n the King took a telescope, and, recognizing Garibaldi, put spurs to his horse and galloped towards him. Garibaldi did the same. When they were within ten paces of each other the officers of the King and of Garibaldi shouted "Long live Victor Emanuel !" Garibaldi advanced, took off his hat, and,Garibaldi advanced, took off his hat, and, in a voice some what hoarse from emotion, said--"King of Italy." Victor Emanuel put his hand to his kept, then held it out to Garibaldi, and equally moved, replied--"Thank you." They stood thus, haous shout of "Long live the King of Italy !" Garibaldi has 7,000 men, divided between different poseen different positions. The King remained at Teano; Garibaldi returned to Calvi to give orders. [7 more...]