Gazette of the Supreme Government of Guatemala, No. 9, May 7, 1824
A Gazette published by the Supreme Government of Guatemala, this number contains sections on: European interest in re-conquering the Americas; continued fighting in Mexico at Ulua Castle, Spain’s last held-position; a yellow fever outbreak in Veracruz; Guatemala’s political and economic development; rumors of Spanish war ships; Costa Rica’s incorporation into the Federal Republic of Central America; etc.
A collection of various issues, including a special issue (No. 33) on the Battle of Ayacucho and the end of Spanish rule in South America. Numbers 9 (pp.61-68), 11 (pp.77-84) [incomplete], 13 (pp. 103-104 and 111-12) [incomplete], 14 (pp. 113-19 and 121-26) [incomplete], 15 (pp. 127-36), 19 (pp. 161-70), 23 (pp. 193-200), 28 (pp. 235-40, 243-44) [incomplete], 33 (pp. 271-72), 34 (pp. 309-10), 40 (pp. 311-18). Modern wrappers. Missing a few pages. Quatro.
- Original document is available at http://hdl.handle.net/1911/27071
- Research module available: Introduction to Yellow Fever http://cnx.org/content/m34414/latest//
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