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The present situation. A letter addressd to the Nacional, No. 1953 of the 18th June 1845, Translated from the Spanish

Citation: Anon. (1845) The present situation. A letter addressd to the Nacional, No. 1953 of the 18th June 1845, Translated from the Spanish. (Unpublished)

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Response to reports in the 'Gaceta Mercantil', commenting on the involvement of Juan Manuel José Domingo Ortiz de Rosas in the affairs of Montevideo and the 1832 revolution headed by Juan Lavalle, an expired 'right and obligation' originally conferred to the Argentine Government by the 1828 peace treaty between Argentina and Brazil, which declared the independence of Montevideo

Additional Information: Translated from the Spanish by Mr. Pfeil
Creators: Anon., and
Subjects: Politics
History
Keywords: Item type: Memorandum, Countries: Argentina, Uruguay, Themes: Political Culture, Other keywords: Juan Manuel José Domingo Ortiz de Rosas, Manuel Oribe, Juan Lavalle, Revolution, Armed Forces, Government Administration, Federalism, Independence,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Liberalism in the Americas Digital Archive
Dates:
  • 1845 (completed)
References: Project Record ID: A00160; Folder: CUP_405_B_63; BL Catalogue number: CUP_405_B_63;

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