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n the other to catch a glimpse of him, and as he passed through it was as if a great living see piled up its waves in walls on each side of his chariot. Meanwhile there rose the joyful shouts of leaping hearts — uttered in every language of the earth — that, as they floated up to old St Martin's steeple, seemed to move the tongues of its chimes which now broke forth with carols and peals happy enough to have inspired Mr. Dickens to write a second story about them, or to call back another Whittington to work from his shop to be Lord Mayor of London, or, better, to be a devoted champion of Justice and Liberty. Let me now say a few words about Garibaldi personally. Though he was born at Nice, there is no doubt that the largest vein of blood in him is Teutonic. It must be borns in mind that, by a fine coincidence, the word Garibald I means "Bold in War." The first etymon Gar is the old Saxon for War, and indeed the English word War as well as the French guerre are descended from i