The Armistice Napoleon remarks Well Brother havent they had almost Enough of This Napoleon III and Francis Joseph are seen setting their eagles in the manner of those setting their fighting cockerels That they have already engaged is evident from the way that one of the heads of the Austrian eagles hangs down In mid July despite his promise to fight for Italy until she was completely free from any Austrian domination Frances Napoleon III left met Austrias Francis Joseph at Villafranca and agreed terms for peace which left Venetia in Austrian hands and gave Lombardy to Piedmont It also restored the sovereigns of Modena and Tuscany and proposed an Italian confederation with the pope as titular head This treaty according to Mr Punch greatly disappointed the Italians and the assembly at Romagna at once threw off its allegience to the Pope and declared fealty to Victor Emmanuel From Punch or the London Charivari July
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