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Handwritten letter from Dom Pedro II to the President of Peru (1869)

Handwritten letter from Dom Pedro II to the President of Peru (1869)

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In 1869, Emperor Dom Pedro II expressed his desire to bring the two countries closer together to the President of Peru.

Handwritten letter from Dom Pedro II with his large bold signature 'Imperador', in Portuguese with translation, to José Balta (1816 - 1872), President of Peru since 1868. 4 pages, 3 blank. In Portuguese. 24 cm x 29.7 cm. Palace, Rio de Janeiro. September 10, 1869. Excellent condition. Single piece.

He writes "I received, from the hands of D. José Maria La Torre Bueno, the letter in which you express your free desire to promote and strengthen the friendly relations existing between two countries, in addition to accrediting the aforementioned gentleman as Minister President of the Republic of Peru For My Person" , he thanks him and completes that the ambassador would "make every effort to contribute to the existing good relations, which are necessary for the mutual interest of our countries" , ending with "may our Lord keep you in his Holy Caution" , also signed by Minister of Foreign Affairs Baron Cotegipe.

A few months before the end of the war in Paraguay, the biggest international armed conflict in South America, the Emperor writes this important letter to restore a climate of peace and lasting relations between the peoples of a fragile continent.

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