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ore the expiration of the present century. The circumstances under which Mr. Monroe, in December, 1823 issued his famous declaration were entirely different fromduring the interval, fighting for their independence so successfully that, as Mr. Monroe, in the very declaration in question, maintained, there no longer existed evey recognize the independence of the Spanish colonies. When our Congress met, Mr. Monroe, in his annual message, called the attention of that body to the subject, and viewed by us as a friendly act. Such were the circumstances under which Mr. Monroe put forth this famous declaration. It was made at a particular crisis, and d uttermost. But we again assert that our interest is directly the contrary. Mr. Monroe wished to guard the new governments of South America against despotism. The ankees themselves have established the most infernal of all despotisms. When Mr. Monroe made his declaration, we were an united people; now we are divided. It is to