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Francisco De Miranda And The Revolutionizing Of Spanish America

Robertson, William Spence

Published by GPO, Washington, 1908
Condition: VG Soft cover
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350pp extract, bibliography, index, folding facsimile of Depons' Map of the Captain Generalship of Caracas, with Guiana, 1807, salvaged from a damaged copy of the Annual Report Of The American Historical Association For The Year 1907. Francisco de Miranda and his work in freeing Spanish America from the rule of Spain. Includes a sketch of the captain generaliship of Caracas, the early career of Miranda, his tour of America and Europe, the Nootka Sound dispute, Miranda in France, England, and the United States, 1797 - 1799, Miranda and the English Ministry, 1799 - 1805, the expedition of 1806, England and Spanish America in 1808, Miranda's retirement, the founding of the first Venezuelan Republic, Miranda as dictator, Miranda as prisoner of Spain. The definitive work. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 003501

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Title: Francisco De Miranda And The Revolutionizing...

Publisher: GPO, Washington

Publication Date: 1908

Binding: Unbound

Book Condition:VG

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