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"Rome! Republic! Come!"
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D***@teikyopost.edu
2018-02-07 05:58:47 UTC
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In the preface to the collected writings of Goffredo Mameli (1850),
Giuseppe Mazzini wrote that, immediately after the proclamation of
the Roman Republic, Mameli:

Di là mi scrisse un biglietto, riassunto eloquente della sua
fede, che non conteneva se non tre parole: "Roma! Repubblica!
Venite!" e la data del 9 febbraio. (From there he wrote me a
note, eloquent summary of his faith, which contained but three
words: "Rome! Republic! Come!" and the date of 9 February.)
[Page 92 of Giuseppe Lipparini's book, Le Pagine della Letteratura
Italiana, Vol. XVII (Gli Scrittori dell'Ottocento i Politici e i
Pensatori), Carlo Signorelli Editore, Milano (1926)]

Mazzini arrived in Rome on 5 March 1849, and he was appointed a
Triumvir on 29 March. He distinguished himself as Chief Minister
for the next three months. He resigned on 30 June when the defense
of Rome was no longer feasible. The patriot Mameli, the author of
the Italian national anthem, was wounded during the defense of Rome
and died because of poor medical care.

More information about the Roman Republic of 1849 is at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Republic_%2819th_century%29
Louis Epstein
2018-02-07 21:13:42 UTC
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In the preface to the collected writings of Goffredo Mameli (1850),
Giuseppe Mazzini wrote that, immediately after the proclamation of
Di l? mi scrisse un biglietto, riassunto eloquente della sua
fede, che non conteneva se non tre parole: "Roma! Repubblica!
Venite!" e la data del 9 febbraio. (From there he wrote me a
note, eloquent summary of his faith, which contained but three
words: "Rome! Republic! Come!" and the date of 9 February.)
[Page 92 of Giuseppe Lipparini's book, Le Pagine della Letteratura
Italiana, Vol. XVII (Gli Scrittori dell'Ottocento i Politici e i
Pensatori), Carlo Signorelli Editore, Milano (1926)]
Mazzini arrived in Rome on 5 March 1849, and he was appointed a
Triumvir on 29 March. He distinguished himself as Chief Minister
for the next three months. He resigned on 30 June when the defense
of Rome was no longer feasible. The patriot Mameli, the author of
the Italian national anthem, was wounded during the defense of Rome
and died because of poor medical care.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Republic_%2819th_century%29
This is not alt.talk.republics.

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D***@teikyopost.edu
2018-02-08 15:34:54 UTC
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Post by Louis Epstein
Post by D***@teikyopost.edu
In the preface to the collected writings of Goffredo Mameli (1850),
Giuseppe Mazzini wrote that, immediately after the proclamation of
Di l? mi scrisse un biglietto, riassunto eloquente della sua
fede, che non conteneva se non tre parole: "Roma! Repubblica!
Venite!" e la data del 9 febbraio. (From there he wrote me a
note, eloquent summary of his faith, which contained but three
words: "Rome! Republic! Come!" and the date of 9 February.)
[Page 92 of Giuseppe Lipparini's book, Le Pagine della Letteratura
Italiana, Vol. XVII (Gli Scrittori dell'Ottocento i Politici e i
Pensatori), Carlo Signorelli Editore, Milano (1926)]
Mazzini arrived in Rome on 5 March 1849, and he was appointed a
Triumvir on 29 March. He distinguished himself as Chief Minister
for the next three months. He resigned on 30 June when the defense
of Rome was no longer feasible. The patriot Mameli, the author of
the Italian national anthem, was wounded during the defense of Rome
and died because of poor medical care.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Republic_%2819th_century%29
This is not alt.talk.republics.
The OP has some relevance since the Roman Republic replaced
the temporal power of the pope-king Pius IX.

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