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O. 70/316). 2 These were his words as reported by the Bourbonist General Lanza on 25 May to the minister for Sicilian affairs (ASP, Affari Siciliani, polizia, b. 1239). Political Opinions in Sicily: April-June i860 15 political self-government in Sicily. But in general the autonomists appear to have been more vocal, if not also more numerous. A number of pamphlets pointed out how badly placed in the world were outlying dependencies like India, the island of Sardinia, Malta and especially Ireland; and then tried to contrast with this the benefits which they thought Scotland had secured from a union limited by enlightened legal and fiscal exemptions.
1 Such a change of mind came none too soon. Five weeks had passed after Garibaldi's departure before Medici left to follow him with these reinforcements. 4 It was his hope that La Farina would eventually find some way to recapture the initiative in Sicily. For the moment, however, Cavour instructed the Sicilian liberals to play second fiddle, and to try and win the dictator's good opinion. They still needed Garibaldi for military victory. D. 22/66). 1 July, La Varenne to Crispi, 'the king is with you body and soul; he has full confidence in Garibaldi' (quoted in A.
3 Working in the same direction there was Protestant anti-papalism. '4 Cavour was thus able to rely on the support of Protestant and humanitarian sentiment in Britain, and this regained for Piedmont some of the sympathy which had been lost there by his bare-faced deceit over the cession of Savoy. Opinion in London was also conditioned in favour of Italy through the great enthusiasm aroused by Garibaldi. This heroic and picturesque figure had already captivated English public opinion before his descent on Sicily.
Archegetes oikistes, and new-oikistes : the cults of founders in Greek southern Italy and Sicily (PhD University of British Columbia) by Lane, Christine Sharon