Catalog Record: Arjiropolis; o, La capital de los Estados Confederados del Rio de la Plata. Solucion de las dificultades que embarazan la pacificacion permanente del Rio de la Plata, por medio de la convocacion de un congreso, i la creacion de una capital en la isla de Martin Garcia, de cuya posesion (hoi en poder de la Francia) dependen la libre navegacion de los rios, i la independencia, desarrollo y libertad del Paraguay, el Uruguay i las provincias argentinas del litoral | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Arjiropolis; o, La capital de los Estados Confederados del Rio de la Plata. Solucion de las dificultades que embarazan la pacificacion permanente del Rio de la Plata, por medio de la convocacion de un congreso, i la creacion de una capital en la isla de Martin Garcia, de cuya posesion (hoi en poder de la Francia) dependen la libre navegacion de los rios, i la independencia, desarrollo y libertad del Paraguay, el Uruguay i las provincias argentinas del litoral.

Main Author: Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino, 1811-1888.
Language(s): Spanish
Published: Santiago, Impr. de J. Belin i ca., 1850.
Subjects: Argentina > Politics and government.
Physical Description: 2 p. l., 161 (i.e. 160) p. 21 cm.
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