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Ursula Goizueta

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: White

Biographical details

From La Paz, Bolivia, on 16 November 1816, she was sentenced to the shame of being publicly reprimanded for disloyalty to the king. (Gaceta de Caracas, 14/5/1817, p.1022)

She was friends with Vicenta Eguino and they worked together for some time. She was as beautiful as she was resourceful, with "espiritu varonil y corazón magnánimo". She was of wealthy, respectable lineage. She was imprisoned and fined 4,000 pesos. (Urquidi, 181)

Life Events

Other 1816On 16 November 1816, she was sentenced to public humiliation.

References

PĂ©rez Vila, Manuel, (1983), Gaceta de Caracas

Urquidi, José Macedonio, (1918), Bolivianas ilustres, heroinas, escritoras, artistas, Tomo I


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