The hill upon which the hacienda stood was one of those singular eminences known in spanish-america by the name of mesa (table).
Just the book for the merchant dealing with spanish-america.
Unlike her sister, she could not be satisfied with the cloister-like life of the young girls of spanish-america.
Similar conditions may be pointed to in Peru and other countries of spanish-america.
But the world grows wiser slowly, and spanish-america not more rapidly.
This body was the supreme legislative and judicial authority, under the king, of spanish-america.
spanish-america has twelve republics and eight thousand miles of coast line on the Pacific ocean.
Perhaps there are no women in the world who take more pride in their hair than do the Creoles of spanish-america.