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Contestacion dada por un antíguo oficial del Perú á un artículo inserto en el Mercurio Peruano núm. 650. @[text begins:] Cuando la depravacion y mala fé de los malvados, que han calculado sus ventajas sobre la ruina del Perú, llega al extremo de forjar documentos .
(Santiago de Chile), Imprenta Republicana, dated 28 December 1829. - Caption title. (1 l.) Folio (28.5 x 18.5 cm.), disbound. One small stain. Good to very good condition. Early manuscript foliation in ink. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. In 1828, Colombian forces under General Sucre defeated a much larger Peruvian force that was attempting to annex Ecuador. Under the terms of the Treaty of Guayaquil, signed September 22, 1829, the border was established between Gran Colombia and Peru, Peru agreed to indemnify Colombia for all the expenses of war, and Peru further agreed to replace - man for man - Colombian soldiers who had died, deserted, or become @licenciados in the campaigns in Peru. Five thousand Peruvian soldiers were shipped off to Colombia.The anonymous author finds this third provision impossible to accept. He claims that the treaty was not properly ratified and that Bolívar is attempting to enforce this provision merely to make Peru so weak that it can be occupied by Bolivar.---- Briseño I, 77. OCLC: 81829886 (John Carter Brown Library). Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Rebiun. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: First Edition]
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