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tered it was manifest that the people would forget the advice of the Times about an "orderly and quiet" reception. The programme so carefully prepared by committees and City Council was infringed a Drontrance Some woman held up her child with a beautiful bouquet in its hand. Garibaldi took the child in his arms, kissed it, patted its curls, and took the bouquet in his hand. Then, when the workingmen's address was read, it contained, contrary to all advice, a glowing eulogium on that very Mazzini for being whose friend Mr. Stanfield had been hounded out of the Government; nay, more, when that massage was read (O, what will Louis N. say!) the building rang with plaudits for five or ten minutes. And to cap the climax, when that address was through, an Italian woman, whose head was as near Garibaldi's feet as ever saint's was to the Pope's toe, burst out with uncontainable fervor and pathos into a noble address. Ordinarily the police would have pounced upon any woman speaking on such