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217 index Affair (extramarital), between Manuela Sáenz and Simón Bolívar. See Sáenz, Manuela: affair with Simón Bolívar Affairs (extramarital), Spanish America, 30–31 Age of Revolution, 8, 160. See also Independence (Spanish America), wars of Aguirre, Carlos, 146 Aguirre, Vicente, 59 Aizpuru, Ignacia, 20, 28, 85 Aizpuru, Joaquina, 10–11 Andean Campaign, 38–39, 42, 57 Andean Federation, 35, 44, 57, 114 Arciniegas, Germán, 158 Arequipa, 41 Armero, Cristóbal, 41, 47 Army, of Gran Colombia. See Colombian army Ascásubi Matheu, Rosa, 149 Ascásubi, Roberto: as friend, 137, 144, 146; family of, 146–147 Ayacucho, Battle of, 39, 172n38; Sáenz’s role in, portrayal of, 157 Aylesbury (England), 15, 139 Azuero, Vicente: as newspaper editor, 54; as critic and opponent of Bolívar, 56, 57; criminal investigation ordered by, 80, 87. See also Santanderistas Biography: as genre, 2 Bogotá, city of: as Gran Colombian capital, 29, 30, 32, 33; description of, 52–53; republican culture and public sphere in, 53–54; Sáenz expelled from, 92–93 Bolívar, Fernando, 66 Bolívar, Simón: career and rise to power (1814 –1826), 23, 27, 29–30, 34 –35; background and early life, 28–29; romantic affairs of, 32, 33, 39; relationship with Manuela Sáenz, 33–34, 35–36, 39– 41, 44 – 45, 59–60, 61–62, 63–64, 74; as state-builder, ideas and projects of, 35, 44, 54 –55; politicomilitary activities in Peru, 37–39, 43– 44; political opposition to, 44, 45– 46, 56–58; friends and followers of (See Bolivarians); dictatorship of, in Gran Colombia, 61–62, 64, 67–68, 70; assassination attempts against, 64 –67; and monarchist project, 71; decline and exile of, 73–74; death, 83 Bolivarians, 44; and Manuela Sáenz, 7, 36, 41– 42, 62; rivalry with Santanderistas, 58, 59–60; described, 60–61; support for dictatorship of Bolívar, 61–62, 67–68; and monarchist project, 70–71; intimidation of, 75, 78; revolt and victory of, 80; political decline of, 87–89 Bolivia, Republic of, 35; tour of, by Bolívar, 39; constitution of, 44, 46, 55, 57 Bonetti, Dr., 133 Boussingault, Jean-Baptiste, 4, 33, 72, 171n16 Boves, Benito, 36 Bresson, Charles de, 71 British (citizens), 15, 60; in Bogotá, 72, 85, 138 British Steam Navigation Company, 105 Bustamante, José de, 45 Caicedo, Domingo, 75, 87, 89 Callao (port), 25, 27, 37 Callao Battalion, 78–79, 87 T4770.indb 217 T4770.indb 217 8/12/08 11:19:46 AM 8/12/08 11:19:46 AM 218 for glory and bolívar Calle, Manuel J., 3 Campusano, Rosa, 4, 24 Cárdenas, Manuel, 122 Carrizoza, Isidoro, 75 Carujo, Pedro, 65 Castilla, Ramon, 114; followers of, 152 Cataguango (hacienda), 85–86, 106, 134 –135; proposed as national monument , 159, 202n17 Cheyne, Nimian Richard, 72, 79 Chihuahuas, 95, 119 Chiriboga, Ángel I., 5 Colombia (country). See New Granada, Kingdom of; New Granada (region); New Granada, Republic of Colombia, Republic of. See Gran Colombia Columbia (ship), 15, 20, 139 Colombian army, 27, 30, 43, 55; and Sáenz’s association with, 36–37, 161 Concepcionistas (religious order), 11, 13–14 Conservatism, 128; in Ecuador, 147–149 Convención Granadina, 88–89 Córdova, José Maria, 5, 49, 62–63, 70 Corpus Christi, incident of, 75–76, 77, 94 Del Campo Larrahondo y Valencia, Juana María, 11 Diphtheria epidemic, 154, 200n112 Dowry system, customs and laws concerning , 18–19, 138, 142 Ecuador, Republic of, 3, 7; politics and government of, 95–96, 99, 112–113, 114, 118, 125, 148–149, 150; and controversy over return of Manuela Sáenz, 96–102. See also Flores, Juan José: second presidency El Cachaco (Bogotá), 90–91, 93 El Comercio (Lima), 117, 122 El Conductor (Bogotá), 54 El general en su laberinto (The General in his Labyrinth), 158 Elias, Domingo, 128, 129, 151 Elites, Spanish America, 8, 12, 14, 29, 30, 43, 142 El libertador y la guerillera, 158 El Quiteño Libre, 119 Escobar, Manuel: as estate executor, 139, 140; and dowry dispute, 142–143 Espinar, José Domingo, 42 Feminists, Spanish American, 158–159 Ferguson, William, 66–67 Filibustering (expeditions), 114 Flores, Juan José, 7, 60, 85; relationship with Manuela Sáenz, 93–94, 95, 97, 107–111; origin and career of, 94 –96, 107; personality, 96; second presidency of, 112–113, 114, 118, 125; opponents of, 118–119, 121, 127; fall and exile of, 127, 131, 137; and naval expeditions, 151. See also Sáenz...

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9780292793941
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311053922
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2012-01-01
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