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Britain and Spanish American independence

Mining in Mexico

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Source for images: Mark Beaufoy of the Coldstream Guards, Mexican Illustrations, Founded upon Facts; Indicative of the Present Condition of Society, Manners, Religion, and Morals, among the Spanish and Native Inhabitants of Mexico: With Observations upon the Government and Resources of the Republic of Mexico, as They Appeared during Part of the Years 1825, 1826, and 1827, etc. [With plates.], pp. 263, 267, 270, 271, 273, 274.

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Introduction
The origins of the independence movement
in Spanish America
The Spanish American republics
Britain and Spanish American independence
 
Mining in Mexico
Colonel Patrick Campbell
Bolívar’s Triumphal March

British travelogues of independence-era
Spanish America

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