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Chapter 15: Santo Domingo 1872-1874; aet. 53-56
A Parable “I sent a child of mine to-day
In the winter of 1870-71 the Republic of Santo Domingo sent through its president an urgent requeagined when they sailed into the harbor of Santo Domingo and landed near an immense and immemorialry ride.
She thus describes it:--
In Santo Domingo, nothing is more charming than the afternoeitmann gife a barty.
So did we. To see Santo Domingo was little, without seeing the Dominicans The Journal gives pleasant glimpses of the Santo Domingo days.
M. Marne, a Frenchman ninety-seve a little church in the city and island of Santo Domingo, to preach the glad tidings of the gospel heaven.
Loth as she had been to go to Santo Domingo, she was far more loth to leave it; but thd and speak briefly of the second visit to Santo Domingo in 1874.
The Doctor's health was failinr writes in her Journal:--
March 20. In Santo Domingo as glad as a child.... Went to Garcia's an