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    "Gorostiza Pamphlet" Outlining Mexican Displeasure With The United States, 120 pp., 8vo (8.75" x 5.5"), Document No. 190, 25th Congress, 2nd Session, Washington, D.C., February, 1838. The success of the Texian Revolution and further American military incursions into Texas were abrasive to Mexico City and lead to a temporary break of relations between the United States and Mexico. Ambassador Manuel Eduardo de Gorositza, while in Washington, published an extensive Spanish language pamphlet regarding the tense political situation between the two countries. This bi-lingual reprint was prepared for the edification of Congress after Gorositza returned to Mexico. Light foxing throughout, bound with modern paper wraps. Very good condition. From the Darrel Brown collection.

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