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José Pezet

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Ethnic origin: White

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Born in Lima, in 1744, of French descent. He was a disciple of Hipólito Unanue. A liberal, whose criticism of Spanish politics led to his imprisonment as a conspiritor along with Riva Agüero, Félix Devoti and Tagle. He was decorated with the Orden del Sol. On 23 March 1823 he was made Vice-president of Congress. He was involved in the publication of El Mercurio Peruano. He died in 1825. (Martínez Riaza, 67, 73-74)

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Born 1744
Other 1823He was made vice-president of Congress.
Died 1825


Martínez Riaza, Ascención, (1985), La prensa doctrina en la independencia de Perú, 1811-1824


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