The Italiïin papers publisb tlic fnllmv ing apDo:i! from üuribaldi, addresscd to tho peoplc oí Enropo : Do not abandon Pdand f Evorv pco pie lias a right to asist tliis tuifortanati nation, whiub i.s proi-iiu t} the work what despair can do. Disarmed, depriv ed of the flower of Lts young iaën, alroad proBcribud or iiiipris'ined, bonding tlie neek ander a munorous nrmy, it risce liko n giant. Tho men leave tlie towns and rush info the woods determinad to oonquer or die ; tliu womeu spring upon the hirod iss;is,siiis wlio ibduot tbeir chililrcii and put out tlicir eyes. Do not abandon l'oland ! Do not wait uutil j-ou are reduoed to despair, as she is; do not let your ueighbor'a liouse bc burnt if you wish to be nsaisted in oxtioguiebing the cüi'.flagratioa that consumes jour owii. Roumains of the Dauube, SIngyras. Oertnans, Scandenaviaoe, you are tlio warlike advaneo-guard of the pcople n tlie deatli-struggle whieh is novv taking place in tlie glorieus land of Sobieski aud Kosciusko. Tbia Ktruggle ia the stniïgle of despotsm against right; it ia 'i tragio episode of the thef't committed by the threo vultures of the norlh to the detriment of the liberty aud the life of ono of the most considerable nations of Europe It is the violenco uf brutal forcé against the tranquility of the man vvho wishes to live pleasantly by the lübor of his hands - violonco which will continue while people tliink only of l.heir stoinuchs and leave their unhappy neiafhbor under the yoke of the crowned butclier. Do not abandon Poland ! Inaitata at all events your tyrants - they do not abandon her; the valiant Hungarians afford a recent proof of tliis. Victonous over Hapsburg, they were crushed by her Northern accompliee. And thou, guardián of the AIps, head of Europe, duscendant of the men of Goutti, throw the republican rifle into the balance of Europe, and thou wilt nee what it weigh.3. It ia for freo people now to ost;L blish order in the world, disturbed by the moribund desirea of despotism. l)o not abandon Poland ! If wo all assist her as wo ouglit to assist hor, we shall have fulfiüed a eacred" duty, and the world will be constituted in couformity witb the welfare of the human, race, theu blessed by God. G. GARIBALDT. Caprera, Feb. 15, 1863.