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Garibaldis Defence of the Roman Republic

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* See map, p. 210, above. * Vaillant, 134-136 (Oudinofs orders); Bittard des Fortes, 360, 369-371 : Hof. 285. < Vaillant, 134-136 ; Bittard des Fortes, 360, 369-371- â– â– ' Probably rather because of the orders to give no quarter, than because, as Dandolo surmised, 'they suspected some ruse. ' Dandoh does not seem to have 220 GARIBALDI'S DEFENCE OF ROME ' Finding themselves again surrounded and their lives threatened, rendered ferocious by the combat, they laid down the litter, and attempted to cut their way through the ranks of their opponents ; then, strange to say, the poor lad was seen to rise, and stand erect on his bloody couch, grasping the sword which had lain at his side. He continued to defend his already ebbing life, until, struck a second time in the body, he fell once more. Moved by the sight of so much courage, and such mis- fortune, the French conveyed him to their hospital in the trenches. ' ' There he lingered for a day, and died, moving his captors in the hospital to tears, and impressing them, as he always impressed those who saw him, with that rare quaht}^ of saintliness which in every age is the natural inheritance of some among the countrymen of St.

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