Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the Rio de la Plata: From Their Discovery and Conquest by the Spaniards to the Establishment of Their Political Independence. With Some Account of Their Present State, Trade, Debt, Etc.; an Appendix of Historical and Statistical Documents; and a Description of the Geology and Fossil Monsters of the Pampas
J. Murray, 1852 - 434 strani
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Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the Rio De La Plata: From Their Discovery ...
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