Documents Relating to the Question of Boundary Between Venezuela and British Guyana; Submitted to the Boundary Commission Volume 2-3

Documents Relating to the Question of Boundary Between Venezuela and British Guyana; Submitted to the Boundary Commission Volume 2-3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...of your zeal and activity. May the Lord keep your Honor for many years. Aranjuez, May the 1st, 1766. The Bailiff, Fr. Dox JULIAN DE ARRIAGA. It is-a copy of the original Royal order, existing in the Archives of the Secretary of the Commander General of Orinoco and Guayana, of which I certify. City of Guayana, November 11, 1773. FRANCISCO DE AMANTEGUI, Secretary--here is a flourish.. Cory-1 It is very satisfactory to me to go to. that Province and reduce the numberless gentile Indians spread throughout its' forest, as I have advised your Honor, and I do so in my own handwriting, praising the indefatigablezeal of your Honor and good conduct in carrying out this enterprise. May the Lord keep Your Honor's life for many years. Caracas, December the third, seventeen hundred and seventy. Dox JOSEPH SULANO. To the Commander General of the Province of Guayana. It is a copy of the original existing in the Archives of the Commander General of Orinoco and Guayana, to which I refer. City of Guayana, on the eleventh of November, seventeen hundred and seventy-three. FRANCISCO AMANTEGUI, Secretary--here is a.flourish. Cory-With great pleasure I have received the statement of the population of that Province, with the expression of the increase of the same since the year seventeen hundred and sixty-four, in which the old Guayana was transferred to the present site of la Angostura, up to the seventy; because I fully discover your indefatigable zeal and good conduct, worthy of the recognition of the King, and of his Royal trust for other important charges of the Royal service. May the Lord keep your Honor's life for many years. Caracas, the thirty-first of January, of seventeen hundred and seventy-one. Dox JosEF SOLANO. It is a copy of the...show more

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  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 331g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236898230
  • 9781236898234