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The Daily Dispatch: April 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Spanish expedition to St. Domingo. (search)
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 Havana. As they sailed out of the harbor tHavana. As they sailed out of the harbor they were honored with a parting salute from the fortresses, as well as cheers from an immense crowd of people assembled in the vicinity, salutes which the departing ships and the troops on board returned with the usual national enthusiasm. The royal bands of the various regiments stationed at Havana also celebrated the occasion wHavana also celebrated the occasion with appropriate music at the Punta Castle, and the day generally was observed by the people as a day of national rejoicing. The daily journals record these important events in very jubilant tones, the 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