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Broadside. Begins: "A los venezolanos.
New-York Folio. [1] p.. 21 October 1853 In this address to his fellow Venezuelans, Paéz (1790–1873), the exiled general and former president — who would serve as president yet again in the early 1860s— denies any part in revolutionary conspiracies against the regime of General José Gregorio Monagas (1798–1858), then ruling Venezuela. Páez probably drew upon the pen of D. Antonio José de Irisarri (1786–1868) for the composition of this publication. Handsomely printed on a single sheet, in two columns. Rare: We fail to trace this piece of exile writing via WorldCat, NUC Pre-1956, or Palau. In good/very good condition, save for short tears to margins. Good Venezuelan item.
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