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Premature fall of the rebble [sic] infidel Garibaldi

In 1867 Garibaldi marched on Rome, but the Papal army, supported by a French auxiliary force, proved a match for his poorly-armed volunteers. He was taken prisoner, held captive for a time, and again returned to Caprera. Irish soldiers may have fought with the Papal army against Garibaldi. First line reads: Rejoice you Irish Catholics at Garibaldi's fall. In one column with an illustration of Gari…