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El Libertador : writings of Simón Bolívar

Auteur : Simón Bolívar; Frederick H Fornoff; David Bushnell
Éditeur : Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
Collection : Library of Latin America.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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General Simon Bolivar, called El Liberator, and sometimes the "George Washington of Latin America", was the leading hero of the Latin American independence movement. Although he didn't prepare a  Lire la suite...

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Genre/forme : History
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Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Simón Bolívar; Frederick H Fornoff; David Bushnell
ISBN : 0195144813 9780195144819 0195144805 9780195144802
Numéro OCLC : 50251908
Note sur la langue : Translated from the Spanish.
Description : lii, 235 pages ; 22 cm.
Contenu : The Cartagena Manifesto : memorial addressed to the citizens of New Granada by a citizen from Caracas --
The Jamaica letter : response from a South American to a gentleman from this island --
The Angostura address --
the Bolivian Constitution --
Message to the Convention of Ocaña --
A glance at Spanish America --
Address to the "Congreso Admirable" : message to the Constituent Congress of the Republic of Colombia --
Oath taken in Rome --
Decree of war to the death --
Manifesto to the nations of the world --
Manifesto of Carúpano --
Manifesto on the execution of General Manuel Piar --
Declaration of Angostura --
My delierium on Chimborazo --
Letter to Hosé Antonio Páez : "nor am I Napoleon" --
A soldier's death penalty commuted --
Manifesto justifying the dictatorship --
Manifesto concerning the installation of the constituent Congress, the end of the dictatorship, and announcing the end of his political career --
Letter to General Juan José Flores : "ploughing the sea" --
Final proclamation of the liberator --
Letter to Sir Richard Wellesley : an appeal for support --
Letter to Baptis Irvine, agent of the United States of America to Venezuela : debating neutral rights --
Invitation to the governments of Colombia, Mexico, Rio de la Plata, Chile, and Guatemala to hold a congress in Panama --
Letter to General Francisco de Paula Santander : the Brazilian empire, Upper Peru, North Americans, and other problems --
Thoughts on the congress to be held in Panama --
Letter to General Lafayette : on George Washington --
Letter to Colonel Patrick Campbell, British Chargé d'Affaires : "Plague America with miseries" --
Decree for the emancipation of the slaves --
Redistribution of properties as compensation for officers and soldiers --
Letter to General Francisco de Paula Santander : on slave recruitment --
Decress on Indian rights, lands, and tribute --
Application of capital punishment to officials who have taken money from public funds --
Measures for the protection and wise use of the nation's forest resources : Bolívar as ecologist --
Method to be employed int he education of my nephew Fernando Bolívar --
Decree on the installation of several normal schools based on the Lancasterian system --
Letters to José Joaquín de Olmedo : critique of the "victoria de Junín" --
Circular on educational reform : Bentham treatises banned from all Colombian universities --
Prohibition of secret societies. I The Major Political Statements --
II Lesser Bolivarian Texts.
Titre de collection : Library of Latin America.
Autres titres : Works.
Responsabilité : translated from the Spanish by Frederick H. Fornoff ; edited with an introduction and notes by David Bushnell.
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