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Britain and the independence of Latin America, 1812-1830
Sir Charles Kingsley Webster
1938 by Published for the Ibero-American Institute of Great Britain by the Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English
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THE FALL OF THE SPANISH AMERICAN EMPIRE THE FALL OF THE SPANISH AMERICAN EMPIRE Humphreys, R. Footnotes 1 Cf. Sir Charles Webster, Britain and the Independence of Latin America. ‐ (2 vols., London, ), i, 8. 2 Made permanent in 3 Printed in L.
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Britain and the Independence of Latin America, (London: ); Robert A. Humphreys, ed., British consular reports on the trade and politics ofFile Size: 1MB. My thanks to Colin Lewis for comments on a draft of this chapter. The assessment of costs versus benefits in Spanish America first occurred in the Castlereagh Memorandum of See C.K.
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Herbert E. Bolton, `The Epic of Greater America', reprinted in his Wider Horizons of American History (New York, France was the leading power in Europe from the Treaties of Westfalia (taking over from Spain) until the early 19th century (with the defeat of Napoleon in ) and the rise of Britain.
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Webster, Charles Kingsley, ed. Britain and the Independence of Latin America, 2 vols. London: Oxford UP, Wertheimer, Eric. "Noctography: Representing Race in William Prescott's History of the Conquest of Mexico.".The availability of new document sources in Britain and Brazil has made it possible to examine this crucial period in the development of relations between the two countries.
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