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I can not better characterize the true attitude of the United States in its assertion of the Monroe Doctrine than in the words of the distinguished former minister of foreign affairs of Argentina, Doctor Drago, in his speech welcoming Mr. Root at Buenos Ayres.
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They found, he says, myrobolans on the land: near the sea, infinite oysters attached to the branches of the trees which enter into the sea, the mouths open to receive the dew which drops from the leaves and which engenders the pearls, as Pliny says and as is alleged in the vocabulary which is called _Catholicon_.[353-5] Monday, August 13, at the rising of the moon, he weighed anchor from where he was, and came towards the Cape of Lapa, which is Paria, in order to go to the north by the mouth called Del Drago, for the following cause and danger in which he saw himself there; the Mouth of the Dragon, he says, is a strait which is between the Point of Lapa, the end of the island of Gracia, which is at the east end of the land of Paria and between Cape Boto which is the western end of the island of Trinidad.
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Having gone out of the gulf and the Boca del Drago and having passed his danger, he decides to go to the west by the coast below[355-2] of the mainland, believing yet that it was the island of Gracia, in order to get abreast, on the right, of the said Gulf of the Pearls, north and south, and to go around it,[355-3] and see whence comes so great abundance of water, and to see if it proceeded from rivers, as the sailors affirmed and which he says he did not believe because he had not heard that either the Ganges, the Nile or the Euphrates[355-4] carried so much fresh water.
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Finally of all the names that he gave to the islands and capes of the mainland which he took for the island of Gracia none have lasted or are used to-day except Trinidad, Boca del Drago, Los Testigos, and Margarita.
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Cubiga, 394 n. Dama, Alvaro, 253. Darien, Gulf of, 405 n. Davis, John, voyage to Greenland, 74 n. Delfin, El, 340, 353. Demarcation Line, and Columbus, 326; Papal, 416; agreement between Spain and Portugal, 416. Diaz, Bartolomé, 252, 397 n. Dimunarvag, 16. Dögurdar River, country between, and Skraumuhlaups River, occupied by Aud, 15. Dominica, discovered, 285; described 285; mentioned, 290, 321; report of gold, 293; Columbus heads for, 330. Drago, Boca del, named, 340; Columbus's ships in peril in, 354-355. Drangar, 16, 45. Drepstokk, Heriulf at, 47. Drontheim, Leif arrives in, 47. Drontheim, Archbishop of, papal letter to, 70 n.; jurisdiction, 71. Drontheim, Archbishop Valkendorf of, 74 n. Dublin, captured by King Olaf, 14. Duelling-Hrafn, killed by Eric the Red, 16, 45.
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Examples of Drago

Example #1
They have my hearty approval, as I am sure they will have yours, and I can not be wrong in the conviction that they correctly represent the sentiments of the whole American people.
Example #2
These words appear to have been received with acclaim in every part of South America.
Example #3
He says it is about a league and a half between the two capes.
Example #4
They found certain houses of fishermen, and much water and very fresh.
Example #5
The reason which moved him was because he did not see lands large enough to give birth to such great rivers, "unless indeed," he says, "that this is mainland.
Example #6
I add that it is a good 50 leagues, as appears from the chart.