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" Some of my friends urged me not to accept a secondary position under a man who the day before only was my inferior. "
Garibaldi and Italian Unity - Page 318
by Osborne William Samuel Chambers - 1864 - 328 pages
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Garibaldi: an Autobiography

Giuseppe Garibaldi, Alexandre Dumas - 1861 - 337 pages
...They named Roselli general-in-chief of the expedition. Some of my friends urged me not to accept this secondary position under a man who the day before...sword against the enemy, is entitled to my thanks. I would have served as a Bersaglieri ; I therefore accepted with gratitude the post of general of division....
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The Life of Giuseppe Garibaldi

James Theodore Bent - Italy - 1881 - 60 pages
...judged rightly, Garibaldi did not even complain at this injustice. ' Some of my friends,' he wrote, ' urged me not to accept a secondary position under a man who, only the day before, was my inferior, but I confess these questions of self-love never yet troubled...
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The rule of the monk; or, rome in the nineteenth century. People's ed

1882
...general, and then named him general-in-chief of the forees. The friends of Garibaldi urged upon him not to accept a secondary position under a man who the day before only had been his inferior. The General, however, was utterly inaccessible to personal considerations where...
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Social and Present Day Questions

Frederic William Farrar - Sermons, English - 1891 - 377 pages
...disinterested! In the siege of Rome he was superseded by a mere nobody. "Some of my friends," he wrote, "urged me not to accept a secondary position under a man who, only the day before, had been my inferior; but I confess these questions of selflove never yet troubled...
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Builders of united Italy

Rupert Sargent Holland - Italy - 1908 - 349 pages
...only second in command^ He did not complain. " Some of my friends," he wrote characteristically, " urged me not to accept a secondary position, under a man who, only the day before, was my inferior, but I confess these questions of self-love never yet troubled...
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