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The Daily Dispatch: April 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Spanish expedition to St. Domingo. (search)
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 wishe Prensa going so far as to say that "the day is not far distant when the Spanish marine will be restored to its ascent power, as in the times of Philip II." Santana's proclamation. The proclamation of the Dictator, Santana, addressed to the Dominican as above mentioned, is dated the 1861 of March, It speaks first of his oSantana, addressed to the Dominican as above mentioned, is dated the 1861 of March, It speaks first of his own services and of his well-known st to the mother country, from, which the and then separated only by the schemes of ambitions was, and then proceeds to show how are suit their interests and sympathize, socially and politically, the people of both countries speak- ing the same language, professing the same religion, and li