File:El Espectador, no. 1, 22 mar. 1887.pdf

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Español: El Espectador, primera edición, 1887.
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Source https://web.archive.org/web/20120829161427/http://www.bibliotecanacional.gov.co/?idcategoria=43099
Author Fidel Cano Gutiérrez; digital version by the Biblioteca Nacional de Colombia; PDF version by Diego Grez Cañete

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