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93. [MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR]. MEXICO (Mexican State). LEGISLATURA. La legislatura del estado libre y soberano de México a los habitantes del mismo [dated April 26, 1847]. Toluca: Impreso por Quijano Gallo, 1847. 11 [1, blank] pp. 8vo, stitched as issued. Very fine.

     First edition. Eberstadt 160:339: “The people are urged to engage in guerrilla warfare: ‘Tenacious, implacable, attacking at all hours at all instants—no human power can withstand that.’” Garrett & Goodwin, The Mexican-American War, p. 86: “This rare and virtually unknown pamphlet criticizes the way the central government is handling the war. The writers are especially upset over taxation and the fiscal policy.” Sutro, p. 852. Written immediately following the stinging defeat at the Battle of Cerro Gordo, this address to the populace urges the need to concentrate on defeating the U.S. forces who intend to subjugate not only Mexico but all of the Americas. ($200-400)

Sold. Hammer: $200.00; Price Realized: $235.00

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