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Page 501 - (a free Church in a free State), has been rightly chosen as the inscription on his tomb. § 6. Cavour left no minister to take his place, and the continuance of his policy fell to Victor Emmanuel himself. Carefully abstaining from opening the question either of Rome or Venice, he sought to utilise the interval of peace to break down...