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nothing of these publications who every one of them is there does not know, that these articles struggle now going on ; ard, cers are not only not published without tainly, Spain has acknowledged the previous approbation of per- the independence of Helthera

of sons that we need not name; but them. Ir the making of loans, in that they were not written, that deed'; if the borrowing of money po part of them were written by of the Jews and Jobbers in Lon. the wretches who own or who don'; if that were enough to make conduct the Courier. Every man a state independent, some of them

thing at all about are independent : "hat,' to talk of the London press, must know that the thing having been decided in the articles were written by others another way, 'is' to give the lie to

sent for insertion to the the well-known facts. - Is it not. wretches who own this paper, and notorious, that in Mexico there who, if justice be not banished was a counter-revolution" as it from the face of this earth, will, was called, only man named

have their reward. 67. The next thing to remark on is, ITURBRIDE "had been proclaimed 1 the strenuous endeavours mani- Emperor of Mexico, He talked fest in these articles 10 prove that of his royal family!

' in his prothe States of South America clamation he talked of his royal ARE independent ; that the family in as bold and fine'a'strain question is settled; that the inde- as any of the Guelphs ever did. pendence has already been ef- But, all of a sudden, his emperorfected ; and that, to attempt to ship was toppled down, and recolonise these countries is to deemed himself to be extremely make war upon free and inde- in lack to escape with his head pendent States. Great pains is upon his shoulders. 'Is Mexico taken to establish this point, as settled, then? Will even tik

even the imseen by a reference to pa- pudent, báse and bloody Courier ragraphs 2, 7, 8 and 9. As to pretend to say that Mexico is inthe fact, how stands it? In every dependent?

in the every dependent le is only about fifone of the States, in that of teen months since ITURBRIDE was

that of New Grenada tumbled from his imperial throne. and Venezuela, now called Co- The pretty gentlemen at Whitehall lumbia ; that of Peru, that of bave voted into their hands by Chili, that of Buenos Ayres; in the Lord Johns and the rest of


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579 them every year about fifty thou-| same "Mexico?! What" part of sand pounds for secret services, South America does it form! They cover the face of the land " Only a little bit of i , and of the seas with their am-Courier will say : " indeed, hardly bassadors, commissioners, envoys" any of it; for the far greater part and consuls. They have an of Mexico is, in fact, in North - enormously expensive envoy in " America." Aye, beast, that''is the United States of America. true enough. But you say there They have an ambassador there are seventeen millions of people or envoy or whatever they call in the whole belonging to these him, who, together with his off-States that are in question and cuts and slabs, cost us more, every then, my friends, we have little year, than the President of the more to do than to remark, that it United States and all his minis is perfectly notorious that eleven ters4 of state cost

that, country : millions are contained in Mexico our pretty gentlemen have all alone! So that, it appears comthese means of getting at informa- pletely undeniable that of thepeople tion. And yet, I would bet my of these Spanish colonies, two-third bead against Mr. Canning's ink- parts, or very nearly two-third stand, that they will not, even parts, at any rate, are in a state of after, the Parliament shall meet, actual, revolt ; in a state so far be able to say what sort of go- from being settled, that nothing is vernment that is which is existing settled belonging to the country ; en Mexico!

and that no man can say, B. Well, then, is the affair settled moment, that there is in that so completely? Is there no ques-colony any thing in existence tion about it? Ah, but the prosti-worthy of the name of Governtuted wretch who writes in the ment. Courier; the prostituted knave Indeed, our pretty gentlemen

who "sends it these articles will themselves appear, from their own' say, " Ah! as to Mexico, indeed : acts, to be convinced that there is * as to that particular province, nothing worthy of the name of go, there may be some little doubt. vernment in any one of the colo- Things may not be completely nies. It is entirely their fault that * settled there, perhaps.” And there is not." Had it not been for thus, my friends, it is to be fool as them, there would have been setwell as knave; for, what is this tled, solid, and good governments

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TO THE REFORMERS. A de ping: 408 in these coldhies long'ago. "Had dentials of the envoy were changed: not'they seconded the underhand that was all

. Workfof the United States of North The sending of Commissioners America had not they passed in place of envoys or ministers of their Foreign Enlistment Bill, and any sort, is a clear proof that our had not they done every thing in pretty gentlemen themselves did their power to annoy and distract not, only three weeks ago, look the South American Colonies : upon the States as independent. had they'not done this, those colo- What has made them independnies would have been really inde-ent during the last three weeks? pendent long ago. But, no mat- What proofs of their independ- . ter ; that they are not independence has been received during ent; -that the thing is not settled, that period ? None, and, all that that there is much question about has happened to produce the pres the matter, what proof do we want sent measures is the completion other than that furnished by the of the conquest of Old Spain', by pretty gentlemen themselves ; they France, a completion that might have sent out COMMISSION- have been foreseen long and long ERS s'and what are these Com- enough ago. It is impossible to mismissiotiers to do. They are not understand this. It is impossible envoys, mind." They are not sent not to see that our pretty fellows to any body. They are sent to abhorred the thought of South find out whether there be some - American Independence. That bodyit

vito be sent to.' Precisely what they were resolved to prevent it if was done by the Government of possible; but, when they saw the United States in the early part France in complete possession of of 1800 has been done by our Spain; when they saw the mighty precious pretty fellows NOW!port of Cadiz fall into their hands, In 1800 the United States sent then they who had passed a Fa out Commissioners. Since that, reign Enlistment Bill to prevent they have in one case or two sent the South Americans from becomenvoys; but, because they chose ing free, and who had kept that to do this; does it follow that the bill in force, observe, apparently States'i are independent? They for the express purpose of present an envoy, I believe, to ITUR- venting the English from assisting BRIDE; but when his imperial ma- the Spaniards of Old Spain against jesty got tumbled down, the cre- the French; these very men;

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these identical pretty fellows down of South America, there is no goat Whitehall

, when they saw vernment that has the powers to France in possession of Cadiz, in collect a tax, or raise, a soldiera possession of the feets and arse- We all

We all know, as well as they that nals of

f Spain, then they bethought the capital of Peru is in the hands them of sendinarul

sending Commissioners of the tropps of Ferdinand. Every out to South America, to inquire one knows that three regiments of whether there were bhavan 1974109

men would bring back Chili and nents there that they might send place it under the royal authority, envoys to! But, finding that the so that, if we are to allow the French were losing no time ; find- territory of Buenos Ayres to be in ing that ships were already fitting a state worthy of being called in out to be sent to recolonise South dependent, there are from a milAmerica, they began to regret lion and a balf to two millions of, that they had not acted at a early period; they began to see lions in this independent State zis

97. borgacred as a more persons out of the seventeen mili that Mexico, and the whole pf, and this independence, observe, isio South America must be consigned a grant from the Cortes of Spainny to France, or that war must be a grant by conyention, the country. I declared by this cuntry; they being still, tributary to Old Spain..

? were, in fact, at der wit's endid It is not denied by any bodyje and

nd, half frightened out of their except by the tools of corruption." senses, and having still more It never has been denied by anys hopes of the effects of bullying, body but them, that the South Ameriit they resorted to the expedients rican States ought to be independd which we have seen. But, they ent, and that the interests and well know that the question of in- honour of England loudly called ! dependence is decided in no one for the acknowledgment of that to of the American States. They well independence; but, I.contend, andre, know that there is nothing worthy so will every man of sense and jus. 1. I of the name of government in tice contend, that the interest andises Mexico, which contains two-thirds, konour of England have demand=ili of the whole of the population of ed this ever since the year 1917./19 the States in question. They well. The knave who writes in the Coun of know that in New Granada and rier; the tool of corruption thatsid Venezuela, containing, a half of is now putting forth I these i para-:52 the remainder of the population graphs, after unoticing what the las

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French journals say about a Core. this monstrous vállain of the ECLAIR
gress to settle the affairs of the telling the people of England that
American colonies after express these powers are all-kypocrites;
ing his contempt for what a Con- that they pretend to what they do
gress may say or do in such a not believe ; and, the base and pro-
case; after this, the tool of corrup, fligate and prostituted tool of cor-
tion proceeds thus, in paragraph ruption has the barefacedness to
No. 3. in Let us not be deceived tell us besides, that these very
1 none of the Powers of the Con- powers object to the independence
* tinent desire the independence of South America, because and
" of South America. They may only because, that independence
"PRETEND that their reason for must be beneficial to Great Bri-
not desiring it is, that it tends to tain! I
6 the spread and encouragement of But, if the powers of the conti-
" revolutionary principles. But nent be these hypocritical and en-
6 the real cause is that it must vions enemies, what shall we say
"i lead to the enlarging of the for the pretty gentlemen who have
*spliere l of commercial inter- had our affairs in their hands for
“course ; and therefore may and so long a perjod"? Did not they,
* must be most beneficial to Great until now, k Vaby thing of the
« Britain!"

disposition these continental Now, then, tool of corruption, powers! Perhaps not. At any the devil; if he never deserted you rate, it is possible that they did before, has certainly deserted you not, though that possibility supnow. Seven hundred millions of poses them to be wretches almost debt, besides the current expenses too stupid to be suffered to live. of the war raised in taxes, has it But they knew the interests of cost us, to carry on a war to de-England, did they not? Could a liver the powers of the continent; thing be so manifestly beneficial - to make them free; to deliver to her and to her more than to any Europe; and after all this ; and other power, and gentlemen sở after our attending at all the Con- pretty'as they are not perceive it? gresses of the Holy Allies, here What, the astonishing Wellesleys, is the villanous, base, bloody Cou- the profound Scots and Jenkinsons, rier newspaper, who has been cry- the keen-eyed Cannings and Hus ing up those allies for the last kissons, the awfully deep Fanes seven-and-twenty years, here is and Ryders and Melvilles ; surely,

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