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DELMONTE, Felix Maria, Dominican lawyer, born in Santo Domingo City, Dominican Republic, about 1810. He was educated in his native City, where he was admitted to the bar. He was a member of La Trinitaria, a secret society founded by Duarte to free the country from Haitian rule. Delmonte has filled many high offices in the government of the republic, and has been many times a member of the Dominican congress, He has published "Las virgenes de Galindo," an historical tale in verse ; "E1 Mendigo," a drama ; "Ozema," a drama,; and many lyrical poems. Several of his poems are included in "Poetas Contemporaneos" (Madrid), and also in the " Lira Quisqueya " (Santo Domingo).
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