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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 14, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Nd&tber 55^6" Price 7d. THEATksi'.koYALt'VnVRr.iAlfi^'   '^4; Tllc last' Threi #^ipA�iWi8i .ppiitivs.tifpnrture for America. L THIS EVBNII�5,STHUJ^SI>A�i;Sept.;;j4, Ins Majesty's ScrvaolB      perrorm.Sliakspeare'f .Tra.-gctly of ' . {     ;�; r ' OTHELLO, - : Duke of Vpnicp, Mr/.Thompson; OtheHo;-sMr. Kwoy Cossio. Mr. Brumlpy; vRod Oi'jtlr. Rilsstll;! laJroifMr. Km I tun. Desilemoira, Mr�. W; West j Emilia,i Mrs. Ege*-; till). After whicb, the Farce of-.' ALL THE WORUD'S A STAGE. Sir enbPrt Pampkiiiji Mr. T^BiGli�rord;e X.i8t cannot be extended to these Perform-, aiirrs, (he PhblicPress.alwaysexcepted. '� THEATRK-ROYALyCOVENT-eARDEy. rr^HE Public  ai"e rei'pecfrully informed that A THIS THEATRE WILL BE OPENED on MON-DAY NEXT. September 18, 1820, when will be performed Sliakspearc's Tragedy of � ROMEO AND JULIET.    . Prince Esrnlns, Mr. Claremont; Pans, Mr.- Comer; Moui.icuc, air. Hunt; Capnlet, JVIr. ��erlon; Jiomrd, Mr. C. Keiiibic; Mercutio, Mr. Jones ; Tybalt, Mr. Connor; FiiarLaiireiire,Mr.Chapman.'; Lndy Capnlet,Rfrs.Connor; Nursr, [Mrs. Davenport; Juliet, Mias Wcnsley (her first ap-liearvice in a tragic cliararter.J In Act 1. n Masquerade and D.incc incidental lolhp Play. Ill Act V. the Funeral Procession of Juliet,-and a Solemn Dirge. To which wjII be added, the Melo-drama of THE iWILLER AND HIS MEN. Griiiilofr, Mr. Farley; Count Frederick Friberg, Mr. Tonnor; Karl, Mr.. Blaxcbprd; Lolhair, Mr. Abbott. Oaniline, .Miss Foote; Laufetl, Mrs. Corn; Ilavma, Mrs. Faurit. - - .   - During llie recess the Theatre has been entirely new de-conlcd and embellished. I � A superb central Chandejierj on a novel principfc, and completely ventilated, has been cnnstrncled by Mr.-West. Ornainenlal Lustres, for Wax-tigbts, surround the Dress Circle.- ........  A new Drop Curiam^ from an original design, has been painted by Air-PMS;h. A Private Box'may be'bad for the Season, or nightly, of Mr. Br.inriou, at the'Box-OIBc*. TIte Doors will be opened-at Half past Sixt>^CIock, and the Play begin at Seven, - Boxr.i, 7s ;~Second Price, 3s; 6d--Pit, 3s. 6d-; Spcond Price, 2s.-Gallerv, 2s.; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gallery, Is.; Second Price; 6d. - , 7 i'laccs for ihe^Buxes to belaksn of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-Oiiicr, Hart street, fram-Tcn till Four. The Public ate respectfully informed, (hat Mies Green, of the Theatres Royal .Bath and" Dublin, ts engaged at this Tlieatics and will^ake her ^rsl appearance on 'Vf'edncsday, in the character of Polly, in the Beggars Opera, THEATREROYAL, HAYMARKET. rpmS EVENING.>THURSDAY, Se|rt. 14, J.        will be performed the Comic Sketch of THE ACTOR OF ALL WORK. After winch; a new^Comedy, in three arts^ railed DOG DAYS Iiy BOND-STREEP! The Principal Cbafactei-s by Messrs.Terry, Jones, Listen, J. liii.Kst'll, Barnard, VYitiiams, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. WalUinson, nnd Mrs. Mardvn. Tu conclude with 13th time, a Comedy, in three acts, called EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY; Or, THE DLAMOND RING. The Principal Chamclers'liy Messrs. Liston, Terry, Conner, Barnard, Farle}','Williams, Mrs. Mardyn, Miss Leigb, Mrs. Jones, and Mrs. GibUs.^ -         - Boxes, 5s.-^Pitj' 3s.-First Gallery, 2s.-Second GaN Icry. .Is. -     . * � Tlie Doors lo he opened at Six o'clock, and the Performance to begin .-It Seven. Places for the Bo.'ces to be taken of Mr. Massingham, at llieTbeatrc. T�-morr�w, Gny. Mannering, ^wilb Pigeons and Crows. THKATRE-ROYAL* EmsllSH OPERA-flOUSE, . ST4tAND, TFRS-EVENING,THURSDAY, S^.t. 14, will be performed, i0th tune, a new Operatic Drama, i� three�cts;''callpd U THE BARON DK TRENGK. The Baron De Trenrk, Mr. T. P. Cooke; Commandant of Glatz,, Air. Rowholhain; Anthony Swarfz, .Air. Harl^y; i.iunel Srliell,HIissKelly; Uanlz, Mr. Wilkinson; Michael, Mr. Broadliuvst,.-Engenis, Baroness of Liiidorf; Miss Carew; Josephine,-Miss;Luve; Calau, Mrs;Grove; Nannctle, Miss 1.Stevenson. � , Tu which will be added, the popular Comic Opera, calfed FREE AND EASV. Sir John Freeman, Mr. Wrench ; Mr. Charles Courtly, Mr. Bartley; Michael, Mr. Wilkinson; Ralph, Mr. W. S. Chatl terley- :Mrs; Charles Conrtlyi Miss Love;., Eugenia, Mrs. W. S. Cbatlerleyj Gertrude; Miss Kelly. The spacioux Saloon has >been again tastefully fitted up with a;.new design, representing an Ittnminaled Oriental Garden, und will be opened as usual at Eight o'clock, fur f he /admittance of the Second Pricej which'� commeoces at Nine Boxes, 5s.; Second .JPricc, 33.-Pit, 3s:; Second Price, Is. 6d-Lower Gallery, 2s.;. Second Price, 1^.-Upper Gallery, Is.; Sceond Price, 6d.       �   -��.:;' Private BoSesrmay ihe: had nightly tof rMr; Stevenson,-of n horn Pfticcs^irc lo be taken, at the 'Box Office; Strand- Bn-Irance, from T-en/till Four. r-^. >V'.;;r  S To morrow, The Baron De Trenck; with The Vampire,^:; tAST TjlREE.NrG[IT.^ BEFOJIE'THE BCNEFlTS.w ' SU�9EV THEATRE, .   , npaiS EVENING. -TttCH^OAY, Sept. 14, JL  ' '        and evpry Evening iWtfw&k', - A COMiei>Al9CE.   r    ^ 1 )   , After^Kich (tenth tiro?) �^.enltrely^ii�� Romantic Melo-.'   - -arame, in (brre Acts.'by JoanoB Daillie', called      ~ THE VICTIM; , ^ OR, THE MOTHER AND THE,MISTRESS. ' With new Music, Scenery, Dresses, Bmbellisliments, &c., > Ferdinand Count Zaterlooj':TWr.WaikJi>s;frede�lclt; Mr, Huntley; ^General �Hardbrand,<:Mr. Bfagough ;lo.offer this^th�irbefilackni>w. h'Hgmriits �,> t|,e Pujilic for tlieir liberal -patronage;brib'ii �2nu'.- \\.' f ...... ......r. SEAGER.    U>hi(80Mr,receive8 iIie;poof,;jaB,usifal;!ai^ber] 'hnnse'evrry Tuesday.pn4';Sali>Cilny:;AIurniiig,:from. Niuq:lUli ^iPgn o'clock,by briiiginSB';Utlfi: from a rcsprclalrfe Houses] kerper, to certify ihalifief ate rCTi'dlijS^ -       ST. I,EQNAR�,^B I^N SUNDAY ;in Aid of the Funds ~of tbe i SCHOOL;- that in thejMi PRICKETT, "B A7 of^SlV ;As8istant:Mini8lerqf the Episcpi.^ . and that injlge,EV4Bingr,M jfe Bet-' M.A. Curate �nd Evening ;J?re�cber ' i^*''^''^'J- Divine'Service,will.beHiu-Bt^-qiarter before feleven : in th^Morning: and at half-past 8ix v'CliKk in the Evening '  '     -^^Sll^So^Jf---"-' ' AilERICAfV PAPE^ks^      '   � [fur'raER extracts.] Tlie followtng article nill^;i^eperased;n:itlisafli> cient iflterest, jre liiTftfc, to make the reader forget even the 0�ual touches of, �^Aineticaiiblnster-ni some of the toaols.   * .fFront,th^Connecticut Mirror.J Pensioners. at Hartford.-OnfTufsday last the County .Court .for HBTtfofd County copti-in^nced a Special Session,'for the purpose of hear-, iHg the aged vererann of the Revolution make oath to their' poverty. On -Wednesday, the business' having been gone tliroiigh wiib, aud the-Gourt and bar having declined any 'compensation for their service*, inarjial music was procured,^^and,these war-worn veterans formed under Major Curliss, who acted a distinguished part at the buttle of JMoninouth; wijh,Gapt. Miller by lu� side, equally distinguished--in leading, up the " fotlorn hope;" at Stony-Point. Culoiiel Manross acled as Mar* shal of the day. After having marched almost, the. whole length of Main-street, they were conducteil to the North Market, where a dinner was provided by the-citizens, and'onie huiidred and twelve pensioners;-together with the -'Judges of.the Couit; satdown to partake of the .repast^ Major Curtis�pre*iding. - After the cloth was removed, the. following sentiments were drank, accompanied by cannon, and the whole-scene was~'Glosfrd by the patriotic and revolutiOTiary song of " G'od save-America.'" \xi full chorus:- TOASTS. 1. The American 'Revolution-the Jordan of Death he-tween the Egypt-of Oppression and the Canaan of Liberty- . 2 guns. " '- 2. Tbe departed heroes'of the Revolution, fallen beneath the harvest sickle-bat tbe sun shines not upon a wider field of liberty than has sprang from^thetr deeds-r2;guns.    , 3. GepersV-Georife Wtiah'fo^tdn'.^nr'Ieader mfaattleherc ;�' may we all be musteredwith'bim in Heaven.-(Drank standing)-2 guns. ,., - ,-!';;.;.-,.;- .4. The surviving Patriots of ihe Revolution-may they not survive tbe liberty tbey won-2 guns, ' 5. General Joseph Warren-   . " Hope for a moment bade the world farewell,  . � And Freedom shriek'd as Warrep darkly'frll." - 6. General Isaac Putnam-While alivej neither danger nor treason dared look him in the face; even. his memory has proved an over-match for tiHed defamation-6 cheers and 2 guns. 7. The Battle of Lexington-^' How-great a matter,a little fire kindleth"-2 guns. 8. Bunker.HiH-Let its tfannders never cease to ring in the ears of our enemies-6 cheers and 2 guns. 9. Caplain Nathan Hale-^Tbe blood ofisnch martyrs is the sure.seed of future patriots and heroes-2 guns. 10. Our passions- The.brokcn soldier, .kindly bade to slay-; ' Sat by the fii-e and lalk'd the night away." 11. The spirit of'76-Alay it descend tu posterity, and ever stand at 4lb proof-2 guns. 12. The RisingGcneration-^Whilelhey,-enjoy the blessings of liberty, may they never forget those who achieved it. -2 guns. 13. Ourselves-We must all soon meet where the poverty we now plead shall be our best title to n pension of eternal rest;-2 guns (drank silent and standing). VOLUNTEERS. By Alxjor Curtiss-Tlif Citizens of Hartfonl-" We were hungry, and tbey gave us meal." By Captain Mriler-The batkrriea qf our.enemie8;-may America never'waw-t brave 8QU3 to storm them. By Major Hatch-Mav our - sons never relinquish the liberties purchased by their fathers at the price'of their blood.--, � � '� : �   � ;       .,   .   -� . Anecdotes and  ,' an old comrade stepped 'up~�' Major," said he, " you did not bi-hrive thus at Moninbuih, you raised 'the standard .hij;h at >Ioomour{t battle;'' Monmouth 1 Monmouth !'^ , said the M�jor, �' let me feel jof it;"- Ihea r^ising-Jihe {SBford aloft. 1ii� liiind'tfembling like the aspiii, he ftd.led-" 1 �to tbem Co tneafure" tlielr'strut''^dnice more,iti�'tlie'. UnartiuJ d^nm ScTfii>;�*but'; addeif he wT e^^^^ tvai'at bis 'Side" lit' tlie, titnei if'^SHh jJVeseM'ri^^^^ updii resdiiiig!^ the enrtijy?* Workr*'from his siiiaH siierteis u'l'i'aWe Sto reach the tops of the.picquetsj afte( tiiakirtg*-,op6 fn.ut9p-.mi\KCiitti}A le^ps, and/earing tlwt-Jn^: once could wield it, J wiU try to carry if." After a i.hort march, the troop^ere halted a few momentif, in''order to give (the more nnd in- finn an oppOitunity to'rest. ^The old Majiir.meii-�iiohed';abavev'afterJ�eatitie hniuelf -oppii a Sloiie, litje'rally -theli4tfit�kfcie��.        ' ' I TbJe^,�g^-^ift&tlnil.iFJ^^^�^^ iextre'iiJe poverty lof t{!&�8^|yfv?^-!' igreat part of the itiveittorles fethdKjrt' of litl^ ^'^l*; lars, and many 'of them amounted to a much'' ismaller sum ; one, in particnia'r, cdtitained but on� . Item, and that an empty tobacco bD>s I    .s    � > ���->-rl   ' NEW YOK�, 1au6ust 1-5.     - Letters, from; Philadelphia, this morning, siat&' that seveial new cases of fever had occurred m that"" cily within the last 24 hours, and that the, alarm had become general, and the merchants and others residing in Front and Chesnut-streeN, near where It first broke out, were removing. One letter add.-,' ? Was the real state of tlie sickness here known lo your Board of Health, we are apprehensive they would interdict tlie intercourse between the two cities. CONSULATE OF SPAIN. NEW york, august 15.     ~ pon Thomas Sloughlon, by order of his Catholic Majesty's GoverHment, communicates to the merchants and the public the tolluwing Rtiyal Decree : "His Catholic Majesty, with a view to encourage and promote domestic and foreign trade, has been pleased to decree, that )n, future Ihe price of every modin of sail of 24 faoegas, that shalT be exported from Spam, from the well-known factories of La Alala, Torrevuja, and Iviza, either, in Spanish or foreign bottoms, of whatsoever denomination, shall be 50 rials vetlon, instead of 6U rials 8 maravedis, the price formerly paid at tbe aforesaid factories, and that a bounty of sixfanegasnf salt for every 100 fanegas that shall be exported, shall be allowed to tbe Captains of all such vessels: it being well understood that under no pretext whatever they shall sell said salt within Ihe kingdom; and in case of cunlraveniiig this order, the Captains, vessels, and cargoes shall be liable to the penalties therein made and provided." �� , � In spite i>f all the efforts of the; Government to break u|j and punish the pirates which ure conti-.nually hovering on our coast and coinmittmg tveVy species of villainy, it wot^ld seem they increase itr Tiumbers. They now oppear in fleets, lustei^d ff single vessels, with boats and crews well equipped for running into our bays i:iid�liarbanrs and plundering every thing they come acrosi. Until our national vessels are sent in purstiitof them, dorhed with authority to hang 0|> to the yard-arm every piriUical scoundrel they fall m with, we despair of seeing an efftctual check to their career ofwick-ediiess.                                             -      - bai/riMOKE. Within the last twenty years events, have occurred in Pallimore not calculated to create favourable impressions, but-vvhich have been, nevertheless, unnecessarily exaf^geraleii and discoloured ; she has been called mob tuwn, the depot of pirates, buc-caniers, bank speculatoFs, and the head-qOariers of foul spirits and daring adventurers ; attempts have been zealously made to prejudice the whole Union, if not the world, agaiijst her., Thw unnatural warfare is discreditable to our country. Baltimore has had ils errors; has any city been exempt? -She has had bank speculators-s^o have we, and Very corrupt ones ; slie has fitted out privateers-we have detected our merchants engigfd in the Slave Trade. Let us be true to ourselves, and we shall not misjm(ge others; and, above all. It IS incumbent upon us lo stifle every attempt t� inftire the reputation of a. sislt-r cily either in character or commerce. B;iltimore is the most eutcr-pri.-^ng city in the Union, and inferior to none in public spirit: this is attested by her public work-. Sixty years ago there were scareMy sixty limises in Baltimore, which now has a population of sixty thousand inhabitants. With a spirit and enterprize honourable to our country at large, the citizens of Baltimore have not only t-ncourasjed what is useful^ but have- equally patronized what i� ornamental; The Washiiiglon monument, whidi, whto com^ pleled, wijl probably co^t 150,000 dollars,- is a proof, at, once, of taste, hberiility, and patriotism^ The battle monument, gralefully erected to comi memorate those who fell in the defence of the city, IS ..another evidence in fayonr of the "arts and their encoi^agemeiitv The Cathedral, the most splendid and costly in ihe Union;, ari^h, though simple, chapel of the Unitarians ; several elegant churches; an extenebive -and well-endowed hospital^and other charitable institutions, evince how much h-as been done, for rebgiou and benevolence,        .  In relation to commerce, there is no Exchange tn this, country equal to the new ioue. in .Baltimore; and,.-for comfort and convenience,- it far surpasses the Royal Exchange at "London, and is equally as liuht and beauliful as Ihi^'Eschange at Bourdeiiujf. iVhetkwe see a young city malting such greuttf-forts, and eviiiciiiK; a aeal so liberal in favour t'f aits, science, ireligion.charitv, and . commerce, every hand ^sliould be stretched forth to encourage aod assist, not tOvimpair;or destroy. ;    ; . It IS also no small credit to' Buhimnre,; that while? surrounded by-splendid works of art/ that there is no^uomfamllg pride andpompri-no-vuiiiboasling-7 nopnffingmeu;�ntithMig8-^as mother places^ their: pnjiers are remarkably inodest'-jjuthih point, MHdal* thou^hNewYork is.not;deficient- m- public spirit, ytt If the commercial emporium of,ihe; Union had an;Exchangelike,dnt at^Baltimore, weshoiild ap. laud it �' to the v�ry�cho."  Let os then avcid .'Myiirg pnytbing calculated to wound her character, oratffct � iVef \ ni*rest;-flSeia YoHc PaperrJ ':B*TRACT OF A LEtTfeR t6 THE EDITOR OF THE -   :'.    .     ifliOAtlA PATRIOT, DATED     ^ " MACKINAW, J�N-Ev90,^ "A fetter wa� received some time sirtce at Chi-:tagOi from Major Marstoii, coTttmaHding Fort i Armstrong. Ii nppears lliat the express com mo ni-t.cnlion had Wrii rut ofl", nud that tlie Major availed Jhim^SeH of'. a Sack Indian to communicate witu, -ftjwior Baker, nt Chicago. He sijttes that two of ;.hi� men had beenkilled by the' Indians; that they ; had Htteitipied to cut of! his provision^, boa'.*, &c. , brJLt fHilcd; that they had made something tike li :.rp{ii?ljjr attack upon the fort, but were repulsed. ' Hfs.mminaiid wa^ too small to think of leaving tUe , ftirt-Ml presence of the enemy. He hud apphed to ; Goldnel L�-AVeiiwOrili for aid, but the Colonel's command was too soiall to -.iflurd any, ! ".Thr ia�--i 1.", that gre.at n|)preheiisions are enter-taiOfd far thejiairty of all the pO'ls west of Green i3Ja^-.Kf1d; Chicago. There are so few men at these -.jilSce/tha-t It must be' .1 great'teroptattoji tc^iITiWe'-' Indians, \t-l)f>j-no doubt, view with'concern the ' rapid,SI rides �e are making in iheir country; -"'Tliere are-some three or four hundred Indians at this post, on their way.to Drummond's Island, for the purpoitj of receiving presents from their great I'-iiher, George IV. I am told they receive annunliy from 40 to 50,000 dollars worth of goods from the Bniisli officers at that place." SOUTH AMERICA. The folldwiiig article is from tiie Correo di Oro-noco, of llie I7ili June, and is uudersj[QDd to be tiie ofRcial deflaration of ihe sentiments of the P*arrio: Government at Angostura on the political changes in S(i!Uii, and ot the irifer lo winch they were expected to give rise from Monllo, iht Spanish General,, of a iieKOfiuiioti for a Cfssaliou of hositiliries. ** There is a rumour in town of Ihe arrival at Barbadocq of some Spanish otijccrs on theTr route to Cararcas, with -propusiliuns fur an ainncfily to the President of Columbia, until the Cortes shall a-quemble and determine the question uf wiir or peace with South Amsnca. This rumour, which may he so agreeable 10 ihnse n-no arc adverse to tbe further ex-peniliture of Iiunian bluoil, wants confirmation. " III all the documents which we have seen issued by the Provisional Junta of Spam, we have discovered nothing about South America, except the re.cstablishment of the old department for the administration of affairs of the dominions beyond ihe sea. It may be that by Ibis channel those proposals of amnesty rumoured are to be tendered to the' people of South America who have thrown off Ihe yoke of Spain. If Itie Pruvisional Junta at Aladrid should be actuated by the same generous feelings as the chiefs who hare liheralcil the Peninsula, iiothiug rould he, more proper than lo put a slop lo that effusion of blood which had been the delight of Ferrlinand and his satellites in Fentznela. " Morilln, whii was ihe prime tnstrumcnt of massacre and desolaliun, has been continued in that station in which he had wrought so much massacre and cruelly, although he was -well apprised �f' the generous seutmients ami moderation ot those Chiefs, made kuown every where by Ihe publication of their magnaiimious views. Morilto, who cannot exist but amidst the slaughter of mankind, and the ruins be has made, has compelled Ihe people of the Republic L of Columbia to con^nue hostilities by sea and land: We had. been before arquaiuied, that the instructions giveii, by AInrillo to the little naval sqiradron which departed: from Cumana, in April, 1811, were to kill, burn, and destroy every ihing which fell m their way, without re-sci-valionor distinction; and those orders were signed by this atrocious monster when be ivaa fully apprized of the full and (ffeclive progress of the insurrection-in.favour of the Cuiistiiulion in Spain ; of the oath taken by Ferdinand to maiutain and obey that Conslitufioii; of the establishment of the Provisional Junta; of the liberation of tho.<;p patriots and sa*es of Spain who had been consigned to dun-i^euns and fortresses, and the Inquisition, on account uf their political opinions; of the abolition of th6 tribunal of Ihe Inqnlliiin; and the re-establishment of the freedom uf the press. ' It were to he wished that hosiilitics had ceased at the moment that the proclamation of Quiroga and Acevrdo was received at Caraccas. But Monllo-pursuing bis sanguinary system, the iieressily was imposed on us of defending ourselves, aod pursuing to justice a remorseless and perfidious .. enemy. "It IS not possible lo ascertain at present what may. bp the nature of Ihe proposals for an amnesty received by way of Bitrbadoesat LaGuira, if any such have been there received ; neither can it he possibly.determined whether such pruposaJs will be rejected; nor whether they will be accepted, in case of Ihcir being such as may be receivable. What precautions would not beuecessaiy lo prevent any accidents that nii�:ht hedepenilaut on Ihc character and conduct of ageiits removed at � great distance from their principals? Suppns--ing that the Provisional Junta was more worthy of trust than Ferdinand; and thai Monllo himself was not less entitled lo confidence in his honour, or humanity,- or faith,, than the Junia; silll great evils might arise unl of circumstances not always lo be foreseen, but against which it would be the extreme ot folly not to be prepared. These consideralions must'be imperative on all those to whom overtures may^be made, when 11 is considered that the superior authority of the aiWerse p.irly who make the oveitore is at 2,000 leagues dislance;^lhis is an inconvenience inseparable from the laws and constiliilions which are 10 operate at so great a distance. "Amend and improve ihe Constitution of 1S13, as much as ' its general character will admit, these countries, ^so far ' removed from the seat of its operation, can never alike p:u--ticipale in those ameliorations; one of them never can, like Spinn, derive advanlaije from a faithful observance even of ils'fundBmeiital principles. This Constitution was roinmu-niCBled tu Sunth America in the.ycar of its pnblicatidn,-and 10 Peril, Alexico, aiul Venezuela; but it was made a mere machine for oppression m the hands of Callpjas, Monlc-vrfdpf and Abascal. Not a sinsle evil exercised bylhese .satraps uf despotism was remedied under its establishment; mid the people of Pern, M^ico, and Venezuela, remainef) a-, much oppressed as they had been at any prior period, mt'lei-Ihe preleiuled shade of this potent Constitution; thns c
                            

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