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The Spanish Convoy of 1750Heaven's Hammer and International Diplomacy$

James A. Lewis

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780813033587

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813033587.001.0001

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The Spanish Convoy of 1750
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University Press of Florida

Archival Sources

Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain

    Consulados

    Legajos 326, 796, 856, 861

    Libro 78

    Contratación

    Legajos 1513, 1522, 1642, 2522, 2526, 2527, 2625, 2626, 5157

    Indiferente General

    Legajo 1990

    México

    Legajos 2971, 2980

    Santo Domingo

    Legajo 391

Archivo General de Simancas, Spain

    Estado

    Legajos 6917, 6917–3, 6917–5, 6919

    Marina

(p.142)     Legajos 15, 400–2, 401B, 503, 743

    Archivo Histórico Provincial de Cádiz, Spain (copies at Special Collections, P. K. Yonge Library, University of Florida)

    Protocolos Notariales

    Legajo 767

Archivo-Museo Don Alvaro de Bazán, Ciudad Real, Spain

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    Legajo 620

    Fondo del Departamento Máritimo de Cádiz

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Maryland State Archives, Annapolis

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Public Record Office, London

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    Colonial Office Papers

CO5/13, CO5/14, CO5/297, CO5/385, CO5/389, CO5/462, CO5/1327, CO5/1338, CO5/1423, CO5/1446, CO152/43, CO152/45

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Boston Evening­Post, 1750

Daily Telegraph (London), 2001

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London Evening­Post, 1751

London Gazette, 1750.

Maryland Gazette, 1750

New England, the Boston Gazette, Weekly Journal, 1750

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El País, 2001

Pennsylvania Gazette, 1750

(p.143) Scotsman (Edinburgh), 1999,

South Carolina Gazette 1750

Spanish Newswire Service, 1999–2000

Virginia Gazette, 1750–52

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