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IV. THE MONROE DOCTRINE-GRAND MEETING AT THE COOPER
III. Letter from Senator Nesmith (Oregon),
IV. Letter from Senator Conness (California),
v. Letter from Hon. D. Owen (Indiana),.
VI. Letter from Daniel S. Dickenson, United States District
VII. Letter from Hon. T. Van Horn (Missouri),.
VIII. Letter from Hon. I. Baker (Illinois),.
IX. Letter from Hon. Charles Stitgreaves (New Jersey),..
XI. Letter from Senator Wade (Ohio),.
XII. Letter from Major-General Sickles.
xv. Letter from Hon. Hamilton Ward (New York),
XVII. Letter from Hon. H. Maynard (Tennessee),..
XXVI. Speech of Hon. S. S. Cox,....
VI. THE UNOIN LEAGUE CLUB-REMARKS OF B. VICUÑA MAC-
VIII. MOTION OFFERED IN THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES OF CHILI
v. Official Documents of the Foreign Department on Mr.
THE present little work comprises two parts under separate titles. The first contains a physical description of Chili with statistical data up to the present time. The second relates to the actual war between that country and Spain.
Although in the last part of this pamphlet some idea of Chili is given to the general reader, we deem it important to go still further into details, in order that a country so admirably fitted to benefit emigrants may be better known.
For this purpose we give, in this preliminary part of our little work, a more minute description of Chili, paying particular attention to its geography, climate, agriculture and mines, and especially to the various laws, privileges and colonies which have been established in that generous and well-governed country, in order to favor the introduction of emigrants from all nations and of all religious creeds.
The lecture upon Chili, which we publish in the second part, given at the Travelers' Club, by Mr. Vicuña Mackenna, was of a pictorial, rather than a statistical and positive character. Consequently, we shall endeavor to supply that deficiency, but in such a way that one part will complete the other, without useless repetition.
With these few explanations, we have tried to condense, into a few pages, such important information as would make of this little pamphlet a real vade mecum or easy guide for emigrants.