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The Daily Dispatch: April 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Spanish expedition to St. Domingo. (search)
here; but the Captain-General submits the whole matter to H. M. the Queen for decision, giving the asked for assistance temporarily and conditionally. These men-of-war, with the land and naval forces granted for St. Domingo by Gen. Serrano, left port on the 30th, under the immediate command of the Admiral of the Navy, Gen. Rubalcaba, and we expect shortly to hear that Her Majesty, Queen Isabel, has accepted the offers of the people of St. Domingo, and that the once beautiful Island of Hispaniola will soon form a new, rich and prosperous-portion of Spain, adding a third brilliant jewel to the Spanish crown in the Antilles. The expedition above referred to, so far consists of five vessels, H. C. M. steamers Blanca, Blasco de Garay, Velasco, Berenguela an Isabel la Catolica. The first two sailed sometime since, before the proclamation was published in Havana. The last three sailed on the 30th, the Isabel la Catolica being the flag-ship. The occasion was one of great joy at Ha