Guridi y Alcocer was a Mexican representative to the Spanish Cortes. Juan L?pez de Cancelada was a member of the Consulado de Mexico. This put the two men immediately at odds, for each group loathed the other. L?pez de Cancelada had something of an upper hand when seeking to smear Guridi y Alcocer and the other Mexican deputies to the Cortes for he owned and was publisher of a newspaper, El Tel?grafo Americano, at Cadiz. Guridi y Alcocer here defends himself and various of his statements in the Cortes from Cancelada's attacks in that newspaper, both personal and political. Guridi sought to open the New World to free trade, arguing for free access to European seeds, plant stocks, and exports generally. He also sought administrative reform, reduction in regulations, and the ending of colonial status. WorldCat locates only two copies Worldwide. 4to (20 cm; 7.5"). 47, [1 (blank)] pp. Palau 111215; Sutro 87. Removed from a nonce volume. One small tear in a margin, repaired. Clean and nice. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Censor Extraordinario. Contestaci?n de don ...
Publisher: En la impr. de Don Agapito Fernandez Figueroa
Publication Date: 1812
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