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and she made her speech the official language of a large fraction of mankind. The writing on the walls of time has numbered her days of power and swept away her greatness of empire, but while Spanish is spoken and the walls of Manila stand, she will not be forgotten.
The walls are the most conspicuous landmarks of Manila, and when made over into public parks will serve humanity in the gayer hours of rest and pleasure as well as they have protected life and property in the old and strenuous days of the Spanish empire.
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