Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution: Including a Narrative of the Expedition of General Xavier Mina. With Some Observations on the Practicability of Opening a Commerce Between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Through the Mexican Isthmus in the Province of Oaxaca, and the the Lake of Nicaragua and on the Future Importance of such Commerce to the Civilized World and more Especially to the United States. William Davis Robinson.
Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution: Including a Narrative of the Expedition of General Xavier Mina. With Some Observations on the Practicability of Opening a Commerce Between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Through the Mexican Isthmus in the Province of Oaxaca, and the the Lake of Nicaragua and on the Future Importance of such Commerce to the Civilized World and more Especially to the United States

Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution: Including a Narrative of the Expedition of General Xavier Mina. With Some Observations on the Practicability of Opening a Commerce Between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Through the Mexican Isthmus in the Province of Oaxaca, and the the Lake of Nicaragua and on the Future Importance of such Commerce to the Civilized World and more Especially to the United States.

Philadelphia: Printed for the Author. Lydia R. Bailey, Printer, 1820.

First edition. xxxvi, 396 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original boards with paper label, uncut, front and back cover off Howes R380; Streeter, Texas 1080; Sabin 72202; American Imprints 3035; Raines, p.176; Not in Palau. Item #248208

"Chief contemporary authority on the audacious filibustering expedition against Mexico under Mina, launched with a handful of men, through Texas in 1817. Notable also for its advocacy of a communication between the Atlantic and Pacific via Nicaragua" (Howes).

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