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Free and Independent. The Army, and its illustrious Chiefs, have realized your hopes, and fulfilled the desire of their own hearts-their swords are ever ready to enforce respect to the dignity of the Republic, to your Rights, and to the inviolability of the Constitution. This they have sworn to do, and a Colombian Soldier will not depart from his word. But it is incumbent on you also to maintain, undiminished, the ardour of your patriotism, your submission to the Laws, and, above all, your adherence to the Constitution, under whose auspices Colombia has perfected her Independence, and raised herself to the pinnacle of glory, acquiring with it the respect and applause of other Nations.

Colombians:-May you enjoy the reward of your constancy, and of your undivided triumphs: they secure the reign of Liberty in America, and enable you to offer a sacred asylum to Freemen throughout the World. To be a Citizen of Colombia, is to belong to a Nation possessing liberty, constancy, and valor.

Fellow-Citizens:-Nothing remains for me to desire, after having had the good fortune to witness, during my administration, the ancient Oppressors of Colombia driven into the Sea, and your felicity established; but to behold you possessed of uninterrupted peace, blessed with abundance, protected by true wisdom, unalterably devoted to the Constitution, divested of fanaticism, and governed by Laws and Magistrates of your own choosing.

To behold you in possession of these advantages, and to return to the state of a private Citizen, like yourselves, is the height of my desires.

Palace of Government, Bogota,

December the 9th, 1823.

FRANCISCO DE PAULA SANTANDER.

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NET EXPENDITURE.

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Interest on Exchequer Bills and Irish Treasury
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AN ACCOUNT of the Nett PUBLIC INCOME of The United Kingdom of Great BriPENDITURE thereout defrayed by the several Revenue Departments, and of the the Redemption of Funded Debt, or for paying off Unfunded Debt.

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