Rosas comprehended this movement, and bethought himself of the means of stifling it in the bud.
The slaughter among the troops of Rosas must have been terrific.
Passports, which Rosas had required for traveling from one part of Buenos Ayres to another, had been abolished.
Rosas was never slow in responding to a challenge of the kind.
General Rosas wants to unite these provinces under one confederation, and to make himself dictator or emperor.
England and France, viewing the policy of Rosas with dislike, complied with the request.
She had been a Spanish gun-boat—originally a twin-sister to one that Gazelle had, during the war, cut out from Rosas bay.
Under the savage dictatorship of Rosas, all voices were silenced.
Meanwhile matters in Uruguay had come to such a pass that Rosas saw an opportunity to extend his control in that direction also.
This was the only part of Rosas' army which maintained the fight.