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a Garibaldi — that is, a man of personal prowess and enterprise, but that the occasion required a Cialdini. But to send for Garibaldi is to confess a failure in the element supposed to be specially American. It is to confess that a man is wanted who will go at the enemy, and advance into his territory against overpowering odds. On any view of the case, Garibaldi is not the man the Americans want. He has never yet attempted or desired to command a large army, and, as our correspondent at Turin observed in our yesterday's columns, he has over and over again, like the Biblical hero! Gideon, left his army behind, and done his work with a select body, whose love and confidence would lead them anywhere after him. What if he should throw himself into the American maelstrom, and find himself with a hundred thousand men, a divided public opinion and treachery in his camp, just as the smouldering indignation of Italy was breaking out, and calling him to Venice or to Rome? He would find h