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of Great Britain, but at the same time, I am decidedly of opinion, that if this salutary measure is not adopted, or if Bolivar finds himself incapable of resisting the slaves already in revolt, he will adopt the only alternative left him, to declare the whole of the slaves free, in which case, no force from Europe, much less from Spain, would ever be able to subjugate Venezuela, and the adjoining empire of New Grenada, which two provinces, contain
63. The divisions of the matter, are marked thus Ş.
How Spanish America was incorporated to the crown
Former plans of the British government, and its profes-
British treaty with Spain. Its errors . . . . . . . 74
Origin, causes, and prominent features of the first insur-
rections of Spanish America . . . . . . Page 88 to 99
Proved by a parallel with Spain . . . . . . . . . 111
Injustice and impolicy of this war, proved by Spanish
England made no timely exertions with the Cortes, on
Dreadful consequences to the British islands from arming
Cohquest or conciliation, the only means of re-establish-
Document A. Governor Picton's address to the inhabitants of the
..W.B. It has been thought better to ask the indulgence of the reader,
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