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dependence of the Dominican Republic, two parties have divided and alternately governed it, whose representative men are Santana and Baex, as the words re-union and independence indicate their respective policies. "Some years ago--(what I say now is drawn from Haytien official sources)--Santana borrowed a million of dollars from Spain. Failing to repay it according to the terms of the loan, he offered to give a mortgage on the custom-houses. Last summer, accordingly, a small band of Spaere mechanics. This is all the 'emigration' that has been sent to the Dominican Republic by Spain. "This policy of Santana furnished the material for creating an effective union among the opposition to his government. 'See! he is selling the s project was nipped in the bud; and Baez is still an exile. The intrigues of the opposition continuing and increasing, Santana has called for aid--first, in order to secure the perpetuity of his own government, and, secondly, to enable him to pay