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Garabaldi And The American War

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Subjoined is the entire oorregpondence given by tho Vienna Waodrrer as Uavülg passed between Gun Garabaldi aud the American Consul at Vienna ; TO GEN. GARABALDI, SPBZZIA, ITALY. Vienna, Sept. 1. General - As it lias not been practicable to you fur the moment to aocom plish the great patriotio wm-k whicli you undertook in the interest of your beloved country, I take the liberty of addres-iiig you the present letter, with the v ew of learning whether it would not enter into your plans to "ffer us your valiant arm in the contest which we sustain for the liberty and unity ot' our great Iiepublic. 'l'lic combat ir which we are eug;iged does not interest us alone, but the whole woild. The transport and entUusiaüin with which you would b received in our country in which you have passed a portion of your lifc, would bfi immense ; and yoiir mission, which would be that of leading our brave soldier to fight for the samt! principio to which you have nobly devo'eil your entifo existence, would be tltogether conforiuMble to your inten tions. I sliall cotsider mvself. General. estrenjely fürtuuate if I couid reoaive your reply. I have the honor to be, &o-, THEODDRE CANIS;U8, Consul of the United States of America. The followiag was Got), Garibaldi'a reply; VARIÖANO.Sept. 14, Siit- I am a priBoner and dangerously wounded ; oonsequently it is not possibl for me to dispone of myself Still, th momeat that I have obtained my liberty and thüt my wound8 are healed, I shall suize the first favorable opport ii ity of saiisfyinr my dosire to serve tb great A mericHti R;, of whioh I am a citizeu, and whiob is now SgUting for universal liberty. I have the hopor to be, &c,


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