1834. Large 8vo, single leaf. Very Good. On the discovery of a conspiracy under the presidency of Orbegoso.
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[Lima: 1835]. 1 leaf, large 8vo, light wear. Very Good. Lawsuit against a Peruvian commercial establishment.
Lima: 1818. 30pp, stitched into modern plain wrappers. Moderate spotting, lightly ex-library, about Good+. A Spanish-language treatise on the responsibility of landowners to their slaves. FIRST EDITION. 242 NUC 0308519 . Not in LCP.
Lima: Jose Maria Masias, 1850. 18pp. Bound in institutional cardboard with the bookplate of Hiram Bingham ['Ex Libris Hiram Bingham,' on a background of the South American continent]. Institutional rubberstamp at base of bookplate. Some worming, affecting several letters. Good+.
Lima [Peru]: Imprenta Real Calle de Palacio, 1772. 6" x 8". , 127,  pp. Bound in contemporary vellum [dustsoiled and spotted, two chips, large piece of back cover torn off], endpapers pasted to insides of covers. Title page printed in red and black inks. Occasional light foxing, else quite...
[Lima: May 28, 1834]. Large 8vo. 4pp, dbd, light fox. Very Good. Caption title [as issued]. Very Good. Burgo's deposition and letters on his behalf by others, in the early stage of Peruvian independence.
[Lima: December 17, 1833]. Large 8vo, 2 loose leaves, old rubberstamp. Very Good. An attempt to define the role of the Supreme Court in the early period of Peruvian independence.
[Lima: March 6, 1834]. Large 8vo, 2 leaves, dbd. Caption title [as issued]. Very Good. Two systems of postal service are discussed.
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1834. [verso of title page: 'Printed by Lydia R. Bailey, No. 26 North Fifth Street']. pp xi, , -441, [18 publ. advts.]. Light to moderate foxing. Bound in contemporary boards, paper spine label [rubbed and soiled]. Good+. "The author was for many years chief...