Excerpt from The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, Vol. 25: January, 1845
I might name several little incidents, evident precursors of an insur rection, which for many years before the late repeated attempts, de mended a change in the system of the whole island a c... hange which would have taken place under a government having the means and dis position to ascertain the true state of things. But as I am not writing the history of Cuba, I must rest here for a time, reserving for another opportunity, the relation of late events, as they were communicated to me, and which you could not well understand, without this preliminary exposition, which to my great joy is now concluded.
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