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Spanish expedition to St. Domingo. (search)
The Spanish expedition to St. Domingo. The Cuban Messenger furnishes the following authoritative statements in reference to the expedition to St. Domingo, of which we have before had accounts, its origin and its object: A special committee from the government of St. Domingo, composed of Sr. De Apolinar de Castro and Sr. Dn. Manuel de C. Hereda, arrived here on the 27th, in order to inform the Government of the fact that the people of Spanish origin in the Island have enthusiastically declared their wish and willingness again to become subjects of Spain. On the 18th inst., the Spanish flag was hoisted at St. Domingo, and the President, Gen. Santana, issued a proclamation which sets forth the desires of the people on the subject. H. E., the Captain-General, has allowed, that in accordance with the wishes of the people and government of St. Domingo, troops and men-of-war should go there; but the Captain-General submits the whole matter to H. M. the Queen for decision