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THE HEALTH OF GARIBALDI. Mr. P. A. Taylor, M.P., in a private letter to the Garibaldi Committee, says Spezzia, Sept. 20, 1862. We have been to take leave of the general, and return to-morrow to Genoa. He seems in a satisfactory con- dition. There are no unfavourable symptoms. He sleeps well, which is a great thing. He does not eat a great deal, but he seemed always to have been a small eater. I thought him looking better. He had been told was with me, and w went together to bid him good-bye. He said to me, Je sxds bein-bein reconnaissant, and bade me say 06 for him to his English friends. Mr. Par- tridge leaves with us to morrow. We all feel greatly relieved at sight of his present condition. There are plenty of people coming or writing to offer him help of every kind-all of which is pleasant to see. One lady comes from Naples; several from Milan, &c.: others write from England, saying, How shall we send our presents?" and so forth. Both of his sons are with him—Menotti, of course, a prisoner bis wound was quite slight.

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