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Caracas Company 1728-1784

Roland Dennis Hussey

Caracas Company 1728-1784

a study in the history of Spanish monopolistic trade

by Roland Dennis Hussey

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Published by Harvard University Press, Oxford University Press in Cambridge (Mass.), London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Real Compañía Guipuscoana de Caracas.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Roland Dennis Hussey.
    SeriesHarvard historical studies -- 37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18228982M

    On the brief administrations of –46, see Francisco Antonio Eissa-Barroso, “Politics, Political Culture and Policy Making: The Reform of Viceregal Rule in the Spanish World under Philip V (–),” Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Warwick, , pp. –15; on Fuenclara, Eugenio Sarrablo Aguareles, El conde de Fuenclara, embajador y virrey de Nueva España (– Author: Adrian J. Pearce. Library and Information Science, Book Studies (6) Life Sciences (97) Linguistics and Semiotics (69) Literary Studies () Mathematics (13) Medicine () Music (59) Philosophy () The Caracas Company, – () ISBN: Product Type: Books. Format: eBook (PDF) HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS Bookmark;.

    The Caracas company, ; by: Hussey, Roland Denis. Published: () El libro de la R̀egla Colorada' de la Catedral de Oviedo / by: Rodríguez Díaz, Elena E. Published: (). R. D. Hussey, The Caracas Company, – Cambridge, Mass., , P. 37; H. Kamen, op. cit. p. Google ScholarAuthor: Geoffrey J. Walker.

    Full text of "The Genesis Of Russophobia In Great Britain" See other formats.   Prices of cacao from Caracas reached a peak in the Netherlands by the late seventeenth century, and then started to fall, for a short time converging with the prices in Caracas. This comes to an abrupt halt by , when the Caracas Company came into operation, monopolising the market for Cited by:


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This book is offered by Kubik Fine Books Ltd Seller Rating: % positive. The Royal Guipuzcoan Company of Caracas (modern spelling variant Gipuzkoan, known also as the Guipuzcoana Company, Spanish: Real Compañia Guipuzcoana de Caracas; Basque: Caracasko Gipuzkoar Errege Konpainia) was a Spanish Basque trading company in the 18th century, operating from towhich had a monopoly on Venezuelan trade.

It was renamed in the Royal Headquarters: San Sebastián, Madrid, (Gipuzkoa) Spain. The Caracas Company () is the subject of chapter three. Its purpose was to turn this periphery turned profitable colony into an economic agent for Spanish imperial goals.

Cromwell attributes the company’s long life to the ability of some Bourbon economic policies to outlive the times and designs that created them, even when they had. the Caracas Company. By contrast, non-Spanish traders stood at the ready to sell their merchandise to frustrated Venezuelan merchants.

Almost anyone, from habitual wholesalers to occasional peddlers, could do business with for-eigners off the coast. The ubiquity and utility of smuggling in the neglected.The Caracas Company, – a Study in the History of Spanish Monopolistic Trade (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), especially ff.

In the same year as the revolt against the Caracas Company a year monopoly privilege for settling and trading with the island of Trinidad had been proposed unsuccessfully by a Tenerife by: The Caracas Company, A Study in the History of Spanish Monopolistic Trade by Roland Dennis Hussey: Great Britain and the Cyprus Convention Policy of by Dwight Erwin Lee: French foreign policy during the administration of Cardinal Fleury.

He was author of works such as The Caracas Company, () and co-editor/translator of the Documents on Inter-American Cooperation:2 vols. Hussey also was director for many years of the program to produce the multi-volume Handbook of Latin-American Studies, and was editor of and frequent contributor to the Hispanic.

A relatively early, specialized study of the Caracas Company (–) is in this vein of institutional history. One of the few women publishing scholarly works in the early twentieth century was Lillian Estelle Fisher, whose studies of the viceregal administration and the intendant system were important contributions to institutional.

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Spain's eighteenth century can be divided into two halves. The first half comprises the reigns of the first Spanish Bourbon, Philip V, the designated successor of the last Spanish Habsburg, Carlos II and of Philip's son, Luis I, who succeeded to the throne following Philip's abdication in A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Both focus on the rebellion as an economic consequence of Caracas Company rule. Hussey, Roland Dennis, The Caracas Company, – A Study in the History of Spanish Monopolistic Trade (New York: Arno Press, []); Ferry, Robert J.

From to —the pre-Caracas Company period, with some lags in the series—the South Sea Company unloaded 1, slaves in Caracas—approximately slaves per year. From tothe Caraqueños bought from the British company 3, slaves—about slaves per year—or 63 percent of the total number of slaves (5, Cited by:.

was author of works such as The Caracas Company, () and co-editor/translator of the Documents on Inter-American Cooperation:2 vols. (). Hussey also was director for many years of the program to produce the multi-volume Handbook of Latin-American Studies, and was editor of and frequent contributor to the.San Francisco, Sunset Press and Photo Engraving Company, 3 vols.

ROTTEN JOHN CAMDEN, ed., The Original Lists of Persons of Quality and Others Who Went From Great Britain to the American Plantations, London, John Camden Hotten, Reprinted: Empire State Book Company, New York, n. d.TRANS-IMPERIAL HISTORY IN THE MAKING OF THE SLAVE TRADE TO VENEZUELA Geggus, D.

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