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y, and on the morning of that day the announcement was countermanded, and the Times published a double leaded editorial, evidently emanating from Cambridge House, intimating in plain terms that the whims of the Queen were to be respected, and almost abusing her subjects for presuming to wish that she should emerge from her retirement. Garibaldi the guest of the people. The arrival of Garibaldi in London has been postponed until next Monday, when he becomes the guest of the Duke of Sutherland, at Stafford House. Whatever demonstrations are to be made will be solely on the part of the people. The Government has churlishly refused to entertain any suggestion that would seem to admit of the implication that the great Italian was regarded by them in any other light than that of an adventurer, and takes particular care, by its acts, to truckle to the Emperor of the French, by throwing cold water on everything in the nature of a public demonstration. It is very possible that t