Eighteenth-century Reforms in the Caribbean: Miguel de Muesas, Governor of Puerto Rico, 1769-76

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1983 - History - 258 pages
A study of the application of the Bourbon reforms to Puerto Rico during the reign of Charles III. The author examines in detail the administration of Miguel de Muesas, for it was during his bureaucratic rule that the first reforms were initiated.
 

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Contents

The Caribbean in the Seventeenth Century 16001700
43
EighteenthCentury Reforms in the Caribbean 170088
66
Don Miguel de Muesas and the Office of Governor and Captain General of Puerto Rico 176976
97
Miguel de Muesass Military and Political Administration of the Islands of Puerto Rico 176976
119
Economic Reforms under the Governorship of Miguel de Muesas 17691776
156
Society and Culture under the Governorship of Miguel de Muesas 176976
190
Conclusion
210
Notes
215
Bibliography
239
Index
252
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