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" As the natives of those, your Majesty's dominions, are equally deserving of filling the principal offices of their own country, it appears reasonable, that they should not be divested of all management in their own homes. I am fully persuaded, that in... "
south america on the eve of emancipation - Página 103
por bernard moses, ph.d., ll.d. - 1908
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An Exposé on the Dissentions of Spanish America ...: Intended as a Means to ...

William Walton - 1814 - 480 páginas
...Malchor Macanaz, in his celebrated memorial, presented to Philip V. uses the following •words. " As the natives of those, your Majesty's dominions,...duties of the judicature. Let your Majesty give these offices to subjects of that country, and by this means, disturbances will be avoided."* Other similar...
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South America on the Eve of Emancipation: The Southern Spanish Colonies in ...

Bernard Moses - 1908 - 356 páginas
...to generous exertion, and the utter hopelessness that any merit could lead to useful distinction." 1 But there were some persons who saw clearly that even...duties of the judicature. Let your Majesty give these offices to subjects of that country, and by this means disturbances will be avoided." l In the course...
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The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the ..., Volumen1

Bernard Moses - 1914
...are cast down, and tyrannised by the very persons who are sent over 1 Basil Hall, Journey, ii. 237. to exercise the duties of the judicature. Let your Majesty give these offices to subjects of that country, and by this means disturbances will be avoided." 1 In the course...
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The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the ..., Volumen2

Bernard Moses - 1914
...are cast down, and tyrannised by the very persons who are sent over 1 Basil Hall, Journey, ii. 237. to exercise the duties of the judicature. Let your Majesty give these offices to subjects of that country, and by this means disturbances will be avoided." 1 In the course...
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