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danger Mr. Canning, then the British Minister for Foreign Affairs, in August, 1823, proposed to Mr. Rush, the American Minister in London, that the two Governments should immediately unite in publishiorcible interference against the former Spanish colonies. For these reasons he earnestly urged Mr. Rush to become a party to it on behalf of his Government. Although Mr. Rush had no direct instructiMr. Rush had no direct instructions to warrant him in such an act, and this he had communicated to Mr. Canning, yet he wisely agreed to assume the responsibility, but upon one express condition. This was, that the British Governmen at the time to take this decisive step, and therefore the joint declaration was never made. Mr. Rush, in his despatch of September 19, 1823, to Mr. John Quincy Adams, then Secretary of State, Bof European despotism. When President Monroe's message arrived in London [we are informed by Mr. Rush], Rush, p. 458. the whole document excited great attention. It was upon all tongues; the pr