Contract between the Republic of New Granada and the Panama Rail-Road Company, embracing the amendments applied for by the Company, and adopted by the act of congress at Bogota, of June 4th, 1850. Victoriano de D. Paredes, John L. Stephens.

Contract between the Republic of New Granada and the Panama Rail-Road Company, embracing the amendments applied for by the Company, and adopted by the act of congress at Bogota, of June 4th, 1850

New York: Lambert & Lane, 1850. 8vo, pp. 28; notice to the stockholders slip signed in print by John L. Stephens as president, tipped in at the title page; original green printed wrappers; some wear; good or better. Signatories to the contract include Victoriano de Diego Paredes, John Lloyd Stephens (author of the seminal Incidents of travel in Central America (1841, 2 volumes), and José Hilario López. The contract itself is in 62 Articles, and is followed by a 2-page Decree of the Congress of New Granada, consenting to the contract, and 2 pages of Protocol. Berkeley, Smithsonian, Harvard, and Harvard Law in OCLC. Item #54251

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