The independence of Ecuador

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    The first cry of American Independence

    In 1809 the first girl of American Independence from Ecuador took place. The Criollos rebel against Spanish rule.
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    The first meeting

    On August 10, 1809,
    The house where Manuela Cañizares lives is
    chosen as a meeting point to launch a revolution; being one of the
    main conspirators, Juan Pio Montúfar does not attend the final preparations
    because he regrets participating in the revolution and kneels and cries before the
    priest José Riofrio.
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    Death of the members of the governing board.

    On August 2, 1810, the participants of the Independent Government Junta are imprisoned and executed.
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    The first attack of Ecuador

    In 1811 some Quito clothes under the command of Carlos Montúfar displaced in Guaranda the
    realistic troops of the Crnel. Arredondo. Cuenca adheres to the realistic cause. The
    cedes of the Royal Audience of Quito is transferred to Cuenca.
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    The death of Count Ruiz de Castilla

    In 1812 Count Ruiz de Castilla, who as a young command with others in the platoon that
    I execute Tupac Amaru, he dies stabbed and dragged through the streets in Quito. The
    Oidor Fuertes y Amar was hanged without legal process.
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    A defeat

    On December 2, 1812 the Patriots are finally defeated at San
    Antonio de Ibarra; Spanish power is restored throughout the Audiencia. The
    Patriots who survive the short independence are shot, confined or
    banished to Spanish colonies.
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    Spain is liberated

    In 1813 Bishop José Cuero y Caicedo was exiled for complicity in the Independence. Spain is liberated and José Bonaparte abandons it. Fernando VII recovers the
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    The return of spain

    In 1814 the Royal Audience is informed that Ferdinand VII has regained the throne of Spain and that it does not recognize the Constitution of Cádiz of 1812. Toribio Montes asks the Royal Council of the Indies that Mainas be returned to his
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    The Guayaquil order

    In 1815, the Government of Guayaquil requested the King of Spain to separate it from Viceroyalty of Peru and adheres it to the Viceroyalty of New Granada. Insurrection in Quijos for breach of the Royal Decree of 1802.
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    The restitution of Quito

    In 1816 the government of the Royal Audience of Quito is restored by Toribio Montes.
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    The President of the Royal Court of Quito

    In 1817 Juan Ramírez de Orosco was appointed President of the Royal Audience of Quito.
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    Antonio is imprisoned and exiled

    In 1818 Antonio Ante is arrested and exiled to Ceuta for leading a conspiracy against the Spanish government in Quito.
    Juan Pío Montúfar dies in Cádiz prison.
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    New president

    In 1819 Melchor de Aymerich was appointed President of the Royal Audience of Quito.
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    A petition to Guayaquil

    On June 23, 1819, the Royal Decree granted the Guayaquil petition to be adhered to the Viceroyalty of New Granada; thus he is reintegrated into the Quito Court.
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    A victory for Bolívar

    On August 7, 1819, Simón Bolívar Palacios defeats the royalist army in the battle of
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    The Republic of Colombia

    On December 17, 1819, Bolívar created the Republic of Colombia; I know appoints Simón Bolívar President and Francisco de Paula Santander Vice president.
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    Esmeraldas is independent

    On August 5, 1819 Esmeraldas proclaims independence. In Peru, José de San Martín and his armies liberators stalk the mountains and coast with the attempt to block Lima.
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    The Peruvian battle

    On October 9, 1820, with almost no bloodshed, a group of civilians supported by Soldiers of the "Reserve Grenadiers", a Peruvian battalion stationed in Guayaquil, defeat the realistic resistance and the authorities are arrested. Joseph Joaquín de Olmedo is appointed Civil Chief of Guayaquil.
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    The last battle

    In 1822 before the Battle of Pichincha, the towns of the Sierra became shelters forced by the "liberators". Almost 1,000 houses in Ambato reach 3,000 soldiers. The "liberators" impose
    taxes, requisitions and theft of livestock; the Colombian and Venezuelan zambos they appropriate the most beautiful women.
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    The great victory.

    On May 24, 1822 Sucre and his 2,971 South Americans and European mercenaries defeated 1,894 royalists, under Melchor de Aymerich, on the slopes of the Pichincha. The battalions "Albión" and "Magdalena," last to enter the combat, give the victory to Sucre when the battalion "Aragón" composed of officers and Spanish troops. In the battle 400 royalists and 200 patriots die.