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mods:abstract 2 wood engraved illustrations on magazine page; half-length portraits in uniform; part of text below, continued from a preceding page. From Gleason's Pictorial, vol. ?, no. ?, p. 149.
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Santana, Pedro
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Báez, Buenaventura,
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Portraits
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Pedro Santana, first president of the Dominican Republic, Bonaventure Baes, president of the Dominican Republic
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GLEASON'S PICTORIAL DftAWING-ROOM COMPANION.
149
PEDRO SANTANA, FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
BONA VENTRE RAES, PRESIDENT OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
Pedro and Don Ramon Santana were two brothers, the bravest and most renowned men of Seybo, in the southeast of the Spanish part. Made prisoners by Herard Riviere, president of Hayti, they succeeded in escaping,. aRd Don Pedro raised an army of 1500 men. He marched at the head of his ill-equipped and ill-armed band against Herard, who was advancing on Saint Domingo with large forces, and put him to flight. Some days after, Pedro Santana overwhelmed General Pierrot at the head of 10,000 men. Under his orders the Dominicans had performed prodigies of valor. After having repulsed the Haytiens, Santana asked permission to return to his flocks; furious acclamations immediately decreed to him the title of president. Santana, on becoming president of the Dominican republic, displayed the greatest governmental aptitude. He had received the republic from the hands of Congress without army, navy, police or finances. Three years after, order and good
government reigned through this little state. The land forces were well disciplined and clad, the Dominican flag floated over seven vessels, and the finances were in the most satisfactory condition. The presidency of Santana was most glorious. Always victorious in the different battles he had to sustain against the Haytiens, he filled the latter with superstitious dread. Santana is now fifty years of age, of lofty stature; the amplitude of his forehead and the lower part of his face strongly remind one of the Arragonese type. Don Bonaventure Baes, one of the richest proprietors of the country, is a man about thirty-eight, slender and small, an excellent horseman, well informed, a good judge of men, and brave at his sword. Baes has five brothers,'two of whom were educated in France. No one has shown more sympathy for France than Baes. He is strongly attached to Santana, who reciprocates his friendship.
DEPARTURE OF THE FRENCH VOLUNTEERS.
The scene below gives one of the most interesting episodes of the old French Revolution, when the people new to arms in the defence of the frontier. On the square of the Hotel de \lle, an amphitheatre is erected where the municipal officers are inscribing the names of the volunteers. Robespierre is descending the steps; Vcrgniaud, Barbaroux, Camille Desmoulins, Andre Chenier are grouped below. General Dumouriez is on horseback, near the mayor of Paris, Petion, who is promising the distressed mothers that the city will provide for the wants of their children in the absence of the fathers. An armed battalion is already on the march; the young officer in command is Gouvion St. Cyr, afterwards general. Marat is animating with his words the groups stationed at his right. This engraving is from a very large painting by M. Vinchon, of Paris, now in the historical gallery of Versailles.
DEPARTURE OF THE FRENCH VOLUNTEERS OF 1792.
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