1854 Garibaldi back in Italy

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1854 Garibaldi back in Italy

Postby 48phil » 12 Feb 2006, 00:47

Hi everybody.

11 of february, Garibaldi arrives in England sailing from Baltimore.
On may 7, he arrives in Genova.
Would any of you experts in history, know the name of the boats ???

It's not a quizz and there is nothing to win. Sorry !

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Re: 1854 Garibaldi back in Italy

Postby DonnaPellegrin » 12 Feb 2006, 10:07

"In January 1854, Garibaldi sailed from Boston in command of the American sailing ship Commonwealth, bound for London, where he would be reunited with Mazzini and his revolutionary associates."

Bacarella, Michael, Lincoln's Foreign Legion, the 39th New York Infantry: The Garibaldi Guard, The White Mane Publishing Company, Inc, 1996, page 10.
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Re: 1854 Garibaldi back in Italy

Postby suanj » 12 Feb 2006, 16:54

48phil wrote:Hi everybody.

11 of february, Garibaldi arrives in England sailing from Baltimore.
On may 7, he arrives in Genova.
Would any of you experts in history, know the name of the boats ???

It's not a quizz and there is nothing to win. Sorry !

Phil

Phil, just a bit:
1.-Garibaldi (aka Francesco Pane or Joseph Pane) was captain of
Carmen ship of Pietro Denegri(born in Chiavari but lived in Genova) owner and also friend: first destination Canton, China; after from Lima(Peru) to Valparaiso and after Boston port; after in Baltimora and London, after back in New York;

2.- as already saying Donna, from new York in feb 1854 to Londra on Commonwealth ship(captain FIGARI), after in Newcastle and in 10 may 1854 to Genova…
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Re: 1854 Garibaldi back in Italy

Postby 48phil » 14 Feb 2006, 00:58

Donna, Suanj

Thanks a lot for this info although it is a bit of a deception for me.
I hoped one of these boats would have eventually transited in Argentina.

Bad luck
Thanks anyway

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Re: 1854 Garibaldi back in Italy

Postby suanj » 14 Feb 2006, 03:15

for sure also if no mentioned... the routes are near argentina... for to go in Lima... In Callao... In Valparaiso for sure to transited near argentina cost... suanj
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