Lzaga

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Santiago De Liniers, 1st Count Of Buenos Aires - Biography - Government
... members of the Cabildo, led by Álzaga ... Javier de Elío, governor of Montevideo and allied with Álzaga, created a Junta in the city ... Álzaga set off a mutiny to do the same in Buenos Aires, but the forces under the command of Cornelio Saavedra defeated it and kept Liniers in power ...
Martín De Álzaga - Defense of Buenos Aires
... Álzaga simply ordered the removal of the viceroy and ordered his arrest, replacing him temporarily with Liniers ... lzaga convinced the defeated Liniers on preparing the city's defenses, taking advantage of the respite organized the defense house-by-house, illuminated the city ... Álzaga forced general Whitelocke to sign a document that included the surrender of Montevideo ...
Martín De Álzaga - Revolution of January 1, 1809
... Liniers and Álzaga became the heroes of the day, but soon they had a mutual conflict, as much as by the failed administration by the viceroy, as that Liniers was French and Spain had ... lzaga took his regiments to the streets (the "Gallegos", "Miñones de Cataluña" and "Vizcaínos", all Spaniards), organized a protest against the viceroy ... This disconcerted Álzaga and gave time for colonel Cornelio Saavedra, commander of the Patricios Regiment ...
Martín De Álzaga - Hero of The Reconquest
... had ordered the confiscation of all arms in civilian's hands, but Álzaga who was a specialist in arms smuggling collected hundreds and installed secret gun-repair ... The wages for the volunteers were paid for by Álzaga from his own coffers ... and started the Reconquest, on 12 August, he was joined by Álzaga's secret army, and the British were rapidly defeated ...
Regiment Of Patricians - Mutiny of Álzaga and The Patricians Corps
... Liniers with a Government Junta headed by Martin de Álzaga and create the "American Spain", before the occupation of Europe by the advancing Napoleonic armies ... This was known as the Mutiny of Álzaga ...