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Sixteen Years in Chile and Peru, From 1822 to 1839

Author: Sutcliffe, Thomas
Year published: 1841
Publisher: Fisher, Son, and Co., Newgate Street London; Rue St. Honoré, Paris
City: London and Paris


Francisca Javiera Eudoxia Carrera Verdugo de Díaz Valdés (pp 317-322). Sutcliffe met her in Chile, after the execution of her three brothers. He does not provide a date for their meeting, but it is likely to have been around 1832.
Ana María del Rosario Pérez Cotapos y de la Lastra de Carrera (pp 322, 330-331.). This is a brief mention, made when Sutcliffe visited his friend, Justo Salinas. He provides no details of Cotapos's fall, other than it happened "suddenly" at the time when José Antonio Pincheyra was in the neighbourhood. Pincheyra surrendered in March 1832. Sutcliffe mentions "several children", but does not specify from which marriages.
Luis Florentino Carrera Verdugo (pp 317-319).
Juan José Carrera Verdugo (pp 110, 317-319).
José Miguel Carrera Verdugo (pp 110, 317-319).

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