France and Latin-American Independence

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

A. SOURCES
Many of the secondary accounts contain source material.The abbreviations used for manuscript sources in footnotes of the present work are given below.
a. MANUSCRIPTS
A. A. E.Archives du Ministère des Affaires Étrangères, Paris.
The volumes in the series styled Correspondance
Politique are cited in the footnotes simply by the
names of the respective countries, while the
volumes in the series known as Mémoires et
Documents are preceded by that designation and
followed by a specific title. The numbers which
follow these titles refer to the volumes in the
respective series.
A.C.Archives Coloniales, Paris.
A. G. I.Archivo General de Indias, Seville.
A. G. M.Archivo General y Público de la Nación, Mexico
City.
A. H. CArchivo Historico Colonial, Lisbon.
A. H. NArchivo Histórico Nacional, Madrid.
A. N.Archives Nationales, Paris.
A. R. V. P.Arkhiv Revoliutsii i Vneshnei Politiki, Moscow.
D. S.Department of State, National Archives, Washing-
ton.
F. O.Foreign Office, Public Record Office, London.
H. H. u. S.Haus-, Hof- und Staats-Archiv, Vienna.
MSS. B. N. P.Manuscriptos, Bibliotheca Nacional de Portugal, Lisbon.
MSS. F.Manuscrits Français, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
W. O.War Office, Public Record Office, London.

b. PUBLISHED MATERIAL

I. Books, Pamphlets, and Broadsides
Abarca Roque, and others, Manifiesto, October 30, 1808, Guadalajara, 1808.
Actas de la diputación general de Españoles que se junto en Bayona el 15 de Junio de 1808, Bayonne, 1808

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