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BELLO, Andr6s (bayl'-yo), Spanish-American poet, born in Caracas, Venezuela, 30 November 1780; died in October 1865. When the Venezuelan revolution began in 1810 Bello was an official in the service of the Spanish captain-general; but he soon joined the revolutionary party and went to England with Bolivar and Lopez M6ndez to negotiate for British co-operation. Bello remained in London, married an English lady, and lived there for nineteen years. After returning to South America, he established himself in Santiago, Chili, where he filled many high offices, among them that of rector of the University during the rest of his life. His works include " Teoria del Entendimiento," "Principios de Derecho internacional," and a famous Spanish grammar. The poem entitled " La Agricultura de la Zona Torrida" is one of his best.
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