March 28, 1870. Broadsheet, approcx 18 x 12in, pp. 2. Printed in four columns, on both sides of the sheet. Chipped at the edges and some wear at the folds, a very good copy. The address is signed in type by Napoleon Arango, and dated March 28th, 1870. OCLC locates four copies (American Antiquarian Society, Princeton, Harvard, Michigan).
Arango states his objections to the insurrection declared by Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, aimed at achieving independence from Spain, called the "Ten Year War" or "Great War," 1868-1878. Arango was a Cuban planter. (Inventory #: 57653)
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