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to oppose Garibaldi's expedition, publicly disavowed the General's acts, and loudly protested that the armaments and expedition were undertaken without their knowledge and against their will; that they endeavored to confine Garibaldi to the island of Sicily, and to deprive him as soon as possible of his power; that they interfered by force with his expedition against Rome; that they stopped enlisting volunteers and collecting arms for him when they feared his power might become too great Count Cavour, according to recent revelations, even went so far as to call Garibaldi a crazy fool, when he started for Sicily. But as soon as Garibaldi's overthrow of the Neapolitan Government was an ascertained fact, the Sardinian Government took upon itself, with charming alacrity, the full responsibility of everything that was done; with singular modesty claimed the province for itself and the constitutional party, and with exquisite coolness denounced the real authors as agitators and disturbers