The Political Economy of Smuggling: Regional Informal Economies in Early Bourbon New Granada

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Index
Acosta, Alberto Luis, 36
Agriculture production, 19, 70, 105, 175, 177
Aguila, José de, 111-113, 137, 138
Andía de Rivero, José, 37-38 and Monroy y Meneses, 82-83 economic development, 43-44 Santa Marta (city) defenses, 75 sentinel system, 53 smuggling, 88
Andía y Vivero, Juan José de, 115
Armada de Barlovento, 25, 150-151, 153
Arriaga, Julián de, 167
Asiento, 28, 113 and smuggling, 121-127 authorized imports, 28, 121
Badillo, Gerónimo de, 109-110, 124
Bahía Honda, 17, 35, 39, 51, 171
Barranquilla, 3, 124, 129, 130, 140
Barú, 128, 137, 171 sentinel system, 138, 140 smuggling, 107, 113, 131, 143, 170, 185 Vernon at, 166
Bastidas, Rodrigo de, 17, 69
Bedford, The, 124-126
Bermúdez, Pedro Ignacio, 171, 188
Bernecker, Walther, 8
Bertodano, Alberto, 111, 113, 114, 143
Bogotá, 28, 39, 113-114, 130 prices in, 49, 60, 175 subsidies from, 106, 150
Bonetti, Mario, 8
Borrell, Pedro, 170
Briones, José Luis, 180-181
Briones Hoyo y Abarca, Corasa Carlos de at Tolú, 137 Riohacha smuggling, 37, 51 sentinel system, 52, 53
Cabo de la Vela, 36
Caicedo, Juan Beltrán de, 82 smuggling, 87
Campbell, John, 4, 9
Campillo y Cosío, José, 25
Campusano Polanco, José, 81-84
Capuchins (see Order of Friars Minor, Capuchin)
Cartagena (province), 3, 6, 28 clerical smuggling, 132-136 climate, 103, 105 sentinel system, 138-142 treasury accounts, 119, 142, 145, 152, 167, 169, 182, 183, 188, 192-193
Cartagena de Indias, 3, 32, 34, 190 climate, 105, 174 food supplies, 19-20, 71, 174-179 fortifications, 100 garrison, 106-107 importance of, 28, 72, 99, 103, 105, 111, 146 Lezo at, 160-167, 190 pirate attacks, 17, 19, 100 population, 106 prices, 49, 60-61, 101 shipyard, lack of, 173, 174 travel, 35, 149 see also Comercio de España
César River, 66, 70, 79
Charles III, 8, 14, 39, 195
Chaves, José Barón de, 38, 53
Chatterton, E. Keble, 11
Chimila Indians, 70-72, 82, 92
Chiriguaná, 79-80, 89, 94, 96, 191
Ciénaga (town), 78, 80, 89
Ciénaga Grande, 66, 68, 78, 86, 88

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