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Instructions to Mr Ouseley for his guidande in the Anglo-French intervention in the River Plate. From the Archivo Americano

Citation: Anon., Instructions to Mr Ouseley for his guidande in the Anglo-French intervention in the River Plate. From the Archivo Americano. Spanith American Printing Office. (Unpublished)

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Two letters, from the England Foreign Office, dated 20 February 1845 and 5 November 1845, both signed 'Aberdeen'. The first letter instructs the recipient to negotiate with Juan Manuel José Domingo Ortiz de Rosas to end his hostilities against Montevideo and to restore peace throughout Uruguay; the second letter follows up the first, stating that the recipient had satisfactorily carried out the duties described above. Possibly published Montevideo, 1846

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, Peace, International Relations, Armed Forces, Federalism, Manuel Oribe, Independence,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Liberalism in the Americas Digital Archive
References: Project Record ID: A00162; Folder: CUP_405_B_65; BL Catalogue number: CUP_405_B_65;

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