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A Inocencia contra La Calumnia. [text begins:] [S]i el hombre indiferente á su reputacion es indigno de la sociedad, cual [missing 2-3 letters] el título, que merece el vil detractor .

NECOCHEA, Mariano].

Published by Santiago de Chile, Imprenta de la Independencia, (1826)., 1826
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Folio (29 x 18.9 cm.), disbound. Caption title. Error in printing: 1-4 letters lost at left side of each line, on recto. Clean and crisp. Overall in good condition. Early manuscript foliation in ink. (1 l.) *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Like Ramón Estomba (whom he mentions in a footnote), Necochea was mistakenly arrested as part of a conspiracy to overthrow Bolívar. In October, after 56 days in prison, he was released without having been allowed to defend himself, and was told to leave Peru. "Por lo demas si la Patria nada tiene que agradecerme, yo jamas faltaré á la gratitud debida á cualesquiera servicios particulares que el Libertador me haya hecho."Mariano Necochea (1792-1849), a native of Buenos Aires who fought in the wars of independence of Argentina, Chile, and Peru, served at the Battle of Chacabuco (1817) and under Simón Bolívar at the Battle of Junin (1824). Shortly after being named director of the Casa de Moneda in Peru, he was falsely accused of being involved in the conspiracy against Bolívar and was exiled. After serving in Montevideo and Chile, he returned to Peru for the final decade of his life.*** Briseño I, 173. Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Rebiun. Not located in Copac. Bookseller Inventory # 37772

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Title: A Inocencia contra La Calumnia. [text begins...

Publisher: Santiago de Chile, Imprenta de la Independencia, (1826).

Publication Date: 1826

Edition: 1st Edition

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