Things and Thoughts in Europe. Correspondence. No. XXXIII

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Title

Things and Thoughts in Europe. Correspondence. No. XXXIII

Subject

Siege of Rome… Heat… Night Attacks… The Bombardment… The Night Breach… Defection… Entry of the French… Slaughter of the Romans… The Hospitals… Destruction by Bombs… Cessation of Resistance… Oudinot’s stubbornness… Garibaldi’s Troops… Their Muster of the scene of Rienzi’s Triumph… Garibaldi… His Departure… “Respectable” Opinion… The Protectors Unmasked…. Cold Reception… A Priest Assassinated… State of Siege Declared… Republican Education… Disappearance of French Soldiers… Clearing the Hospitals… Priestly Baseness… Insult to the American Consul… His Protest and Departure… Disarming the National Guard… Position of Mr Cass… Petty Oppression… Expulsion of Foreigners… Effect of French Presence… Address to the People… Visit to the Scene of Strife… American Sympathy for Liberty in Europe.

Description

An article written by Margaret Fuller published by Horace Greeley in New York.

Creator

Margaret Fuller

Source

New-York Tribune

Publisher

Horace Greeley

Date

Dateline: 6 July 1849; Publication Date: 11 August 1849

Contributor

Sarah Payne;
William Bond

Rights

PDF source: Library of Congress

Relation

[no text]

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Newspaper Article

Identifier

MF_NYDT_11_Aug_1849

Coverage

[no text]

Citation

Margaret Fuller, “Things and Thoughts in Europe. Correspondence. No. XXXIII,” Margaret Fuller Digital Archive, accessed October 16, 2018, http://margaretfullerarchive.neu.edu/items/show/40.