Memoir justificatory of the conduct of the government of Venezuela on the Isla de Aves question, presented to his excellency the secretary of state of the United States.

Brice?o, Mariano de.

Published by F.H. Sage, pr., Washington City, 1858
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The Isla de Aves was a matter of contention between the U.S. and Venezuela, as Venezuela claimed sovereignty over the island and thus the exclusive right to exploit the large amount of guano there. (The dispute was eventually decided in favor of Venezuela.) Brice?o was envoy extraordinary to the U.S. and minister plenipotentiary of Venezuela. 8vo (21.5 cm, 8.5"). 22 pp., [1 (blank)] f. Not in Palau. Original yellow printed wrappers, removed from a nonce volume with stab holes in the inner margins; inside wrappers with a short closed tear and a little shallow chipping, light soiling and a few stray marks. Fold mark down the center and traces of soiling on the top edges. Bookseller Inventory # 9045

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Title: Memoir justificatory of the conduct of the ...

Publisher: F.H. Sage, pr., Washington City

Publication Date: 1858

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