§685.

19th century:
§685. The situation of Europe (1866-1870): III-75.

III-75:
Pau, Verona, Vicenza, Zaragoza under swords,
Mutually remote countries wet with blood:
So great a pest shall come to the great plaster,
Succours at hand, and remedies utterly far.

(PAV. Verone, Vicence, Sarragousse
De glaifves loings terroirs de sang humides:
Peste si grande viendra à la grand gousse
Proches secours, & bien loing les remedes.)

NOTES: The solution is given by Vignois (1910,p.281), except the correct text: Vicenza, which he took for Vicenne = Vienne (Vienna).

Pau, Verona, Vicenza, Zaragoza under swords, Mutually remote countries wet with blood: “ Several countries, in their respective conflicts, had, nearly at the same time, their territories dampened by blood.” (id.).

Verona, Vicenza: Representing Lombardo-Venetian kingdom, which was incorporated to the kingdom of Italy in 1866; cf. §667,IV-69: Annexation of Venice; French occupation of Rome (1866-1867): “ The Prussians had, however, gone from victory to victory, finally reaching the triumph of Sadowa, or Königgrätz, July 5th. Austria in despair and in need of troops made Napoleon III a present of Venetia. The Italians felt it an “ignominy” to accept Venetia as a gift from the French, but finally terms were agreed upon with Austria direct, by which Italy received all the Venetian provinces and the Iron Crown of the Lombards, the freedom of service of all Lombards in the Austrian army. Italy assumed the Lombardo-Venetian debt of 64,000,000 francs and agreed to pay 35,000,000 francs to Austria. October 19th, 1866, the Italian flag was hoisted on St-Mark's. A plebiscite was taken and 647,384 citizens voted for the union under the constitutional monarchy of Victor Emmanuel, while only 69 voted against it. November 7th Victor Emmanuel made his formal entry into Venice amidst great enthusiasm.” (HH,IX,p.614-615)

Zaragoza:“ In Spain, the royal army was defeated in Alcana, on September 28th, 1868, by an insurrection that established a provisory government.” (Vignois, id.).

Gousse: Gupsos (plaster) in Greek (Vignois, id.).

Pau,... So great a pest shall come to the great plaster, Succours at hand, and remedies utterly far: “ Finally, France, in the struggle with Prussia, knew the disasters of 1870; and then the grand city constructed upon the ancient quarries of plaster had, after having capitulated, the hard trial of the Commune. Some saw the relief in the restoration of the monarchy, but it was rejected, and though many years have elapsed since then, we are still waiting for the remedy.” (Vignois, id.).
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