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Title Papeles Vairios de Indias; A Volume of Similar Collections in Spanish
Reference Add 13976
Library The British Library
Date 1606-1816
Description A collection of papers, including those related to the Spanish affairs in the East Indies, the discovery of the 'New World', exports from Spain to Vera Cruz, the population of Spain, code of laws for S. Domingo, the amount of gold and silver exported from New Spain in 1626, naval operations near San Blas, payment of troops employed against the British, ecclesiastical affairs of Mexico, Guatemala etc, the composition of liquors, the value of South American currency in Spain, slaves in South America, the mines of Peru, and several other documents related to trade routes and areas of interest to trade.
Document Type Manuscript
Language Spanish
Primary Commodity Silver and Gold
Sub-commodity Chocolate
Theme Politics and Empire; Exploration and Discovery
Keywords navigation, empire, shipping, conflict, commerce, cacao, cargo, exportation, importation, colony, slaves, mining
Region Europe, East Asia, North America, South America, Central America and the Caribbean
Places Spain; Portugal; Panama; Mexico; Cuba; Guatemala; South Pacific; Philippines; Colombia; Chile
Copyright The British Library Board. All rights reserved. Licence no: 5386