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Spain

  • Frederick Martin
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Alfonso XII., King of Spain, born November 28, 1857, the son of Queen Isabel and of the Infante Francisco; proclaimed King of Spain at Madrid, December 31, 1874; landed at Barcelona and assumed the government, January 9, 1875.

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Spain.

1. Official Publications.

  1. Anuario Estadistico de España, publicado por la Direeeion general de Estadistica. 4. Madrid, 1875.Google Scholar
  2. Censo de la Poblaeîon de España, segun el recuento verificado en 25 do diciembre de 1860 por la Junta General de Estadistica. Publicise de orden de S. M. Fol. Madrid, 1863.Google Scholar
  3. Estado General do la Armada para el año de 1874. 4. Madrid, 1875.Google Scholar
  4. Guia officiai de España. 1875. 8. Madrid, 1875.Google Scholar
  5. Nomenclátor de los Pueblos de España, formado por la Comïsion de Estadistica General del Reino. Pubhicase de órden de S. M. Fol. Madrid, 1868.Google Scholar
  6. Report by Mr. Robert Lytton, British Secretary of Legation, on Spanish Finances, dated Madrid, November 29, 1868; in ‘Reporte of H.M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ No. I. 1869. London, 1869.Google Scholar
  7. Reports by Mr. L. S. Sackville West, British Secretary of Legation, on the Trade, the Railways and Navigation, and the Finances of Spain, dated Jan. 1 and Jan. 15, 1867; in ‘Reports by H. M.’s Secretaries of Embassy.’ No. V. 1867. London, 1867.Google Scholar
  8. Report by Mr. E. C. H. Phipps, British Secretary of Legation, on the imports and exports of ‘Spain in 1874, dated Madrid, March 24, 1875; in ‘Reports by H.M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ Part III. 1875. 8. London, 1875.Google Scholar
  9. Reports by Mr. Consul Barrie and Mr, Consul Turner, on the Trade of Alicante and of Carthagena, dated January and February 1872; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ No. I. 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  10. Report by Mr. Consul-General Grayham Dunlop, on the Trade, Industry, and Finances of Cuba, dated Havana, February 21, 1872; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ No. II, 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  11. Report by Mr. Consul Bidwell, on the Trade and Industry of the Balearic Islands, dated Palma, May 20, 1872; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls. No. III. 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  12. Report by Mr. Consul Cowper, on the Trade and Industry of Porto-Rico. dated January 1, 1872; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ No. III. 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  13. Report by Mr. Consul Turner, on the Trade and Commerce of Carthagena for the year 1872, dated Carthagena, January 1, 1873; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls on the Manufactures, Commerce, &c, of their Consulate Districts: No. II. 1873. 8. London, 1873.Google Scholar
  14. Reports by Mr. Consul Pratt, on the Trade of Corunna for the year 1872, dated January 28, 1873, and by Mr. Consul Bidwell on the Trade and Commerce of the Balearic Islands, dated Palma, February 3, 1873; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls on the Manufactures, Commerce, &c, of their Consular districts.’ No. III. 1873. 8. London, 1873.Google Scholar
  15. Report by Mr. Consul Prat on the trade of Barcelona; by Mr. Consul Young on the trade of the consular district of Biscay; by Mr. Consul Reade on the trade of Cadiz; by Mr. Vice-Consul Diaz on the trade of Huelva; by Mr. Consul Wilson on the trade of Malaga and Granada; and by Mr. Vice-Consul Suter on the wine production of the district of Xeres, dated July-December 1873; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls on the manufactures, commerce, &c, of their consular districts.’ Part I 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  16. Report by Mr. Consul Bidwell on the commerce of the Balearic Islands; by Mr. Consul Turner on the trade of Corunna; and by Mr. Consul Wilkinson on the trade of Malaga, dated January 1874; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls on the manufactures, commerce, &c, of their consular districts.’ Part II. 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  17. Report by Mr. Consul Barrie on the trade of Alicante; by Mr. Consul Prat on the trade and commerce of Barcelona; by Mr. Vice-Consul Penlington on the trade of Gijon; and by Mr. Consul Cooper on the trade, commerce, and industry of Porto Rico, dated January–March 1874; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls on the manufactures, commerce, &c, of their consular districts.’ Part III. 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  18. Report by Mr. Consul Young on the trade of the consuiar district of Biscay and the results of the Carlist insurrection, dated Bilbao, September 30, 1874; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ No. I. 1875. 8. London, 1875.Google Scholar
  19. Reports by Mr. Consul Turner on the trade of Corunna, and by Mr, Vice-Consul March on the trade of Santander, dated November 1874 and January 1875; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ Part II. 1875. 8. London, 1875.Google Scholar
  20. Trade of Spain with Great Britain; in ‘Annual Statement of the Trade of the United Kingdom with Foreign Countries and British Possessions in the year 1874.’ Imp. 4. London, 1875.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications.

  1. Codlo (Fr. de Lujan), Reseña Geográfica, Geológica y Agricola de España. 8. Madrid, 1864.Google Scholar
  2. Daxillicr (Baron Ch.), l’Espagne. 4. Paris. 1873.Google Scholar
  3. Figuerola (D. Laureano), Memoria relativa al estado general de la hacienda. 8. Madrid, 1870.Google Scholar
  4. Garrido (Fernando), La España Contemporanea. 8. Barcelona, 1865.Google Scholar
  5. Jager (F.), Reisen in den Philippinen. 8. Berlin, 1873.Google Scholar
  6. Jaybcrt (Léon), Situation financière de l’Espagne. 8. 47 pp. Paris, 1865.Google Scholar
  7. Lavigne (Germond de) L’Espagne et le Portugal. 8. Paris, 1867.Google Scholar
  8. Lestgarcns (J.), La Situation économique et industrielle do l’Espagne eu 1860. Bruxelles, 1861.Google Scholar
  9. Madoz (Pascal), Diccionario Gcográfico, Estadistico, y Histórico de España y sus provincias de ultramar. 16 vols. 4. Madrid, 1846–50. Mazade (Ch. de), Les revolutions de l’Espagne. 8. Paris, 1869.Google Scholar
  10. Polin (D. José Lopez), Diccionario Estadístico Municipal de España. 4. Madrid, 1863.Google Scholar
  11. Ségoillot (H.) Lettres sur l’Espagne. 18. Paris, 1870.Google Scholar
  12. Vidal (J. L.), L’Espagne en 1860. État politique, administratif législatif; Institutions économiques; Statistique générale de ce Royaume. 8. Paris, 1861.Google Scholar
  13. Villa-Atardi (Baron de), Consideraciones sobre el Estado Administrativo y Económico de España. 4. Madrid, 1865.Google Scholar
  14. Willkovim (Heinrich Moritz), Das pyrenäische Halbinselland. 8. Leipzig, 1866.Google Scholar

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