EXPOSITION OF THE PRACTICES AND MACHINATIONS WHICH LED TO THE USURPATION OF THE CROWN OF SPAIN, AND THE MEANS ADOPTED BY BUONAPARTE TO CARRY IT INTO EXECUTION. BY DON PEDRO CEVALLOS. FIRST SECRETARY OF STATE AND DISPATCHES TO HIS CATHOLIC MAJESTY FERDINAND VII. TO WHICH IS ADDED AN IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS WHICH HAVE OCCURRED IN ARANJUEZ, MADRID AND BAYONNE, FROM THE 17TH OF MARCH UNTIL THE 15TH OF MAY, 1808. TREATING OF THE FALL OF THE PRINCE OF PEACE, AND THE TERMINATION OF THE FRIENDSHIP AND ALLIANCE BETWEEN THE FRENCH AND SPANISH NATION. TRANSLATED FROM THE SPANISH.
New York: Published and sold by E. Sargeant, 1808. [1- general title], [1 blank], 47, [1 blank], 46, [2 blanks] pp. Broken stitching. Widely scattered foxing. Good+.
Usually only the first part of this pamphlet is encountered, without the general title page or the second part. Cevallos was minister of foreign affairs to Ferdinand VII who, Cevallos says, was forced by Bonaparte to renounce the Spanish throne.
AI 14657,14660. OCLC 19071696 [16 locations] as of July 2019. Item #36178