State Rep. Sandy Adams (Oviedo, FL)—running for U.S. Congress, FL-24; primary Aug. 24.
In that year the government factory, where hand-labour alone continued to be used till 1855, was removed to Oviedo.
Oviedo is not a town for which I have ever been able to acquire much enthusiasm.
He also states that there were no mines of any kind, but Oviedo, on the contrary, speaks of 'good mines of gold.'
I have also seen this passage in the translation of Oviedo by Ramusio, vol.
It is, I suppose, about two hundred miles from Oviedo to Salamanca.
I bore a letter of recommendation from Coruña to a merchant of Oviedo.
This peculiarity reminds one dimly of what the primitive plan of the Oviedo cathedral must have resembled.
This hope kept me alive in the bellotas, and without it I should never have reached Oviedo.
The bases of the piers run up ten feet or more, and resemble the later additions to Leon Cathedral and those at Oviedo.