Bourbon Peru 1750-1824

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Bourbon Peru 1750-1824

Liverpool Latin American Studies, 4

2003

September 1st, 2003

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By considering Bourbon Peru in a chronological framework which begins at mid-century rather than 1700, this book focuses the reader’s attention on the key issue of the relationship between colonial reform in the late eighteenth century and the creation of an independent Peruvian state in the 1820s. Fisher sets out some uncluttered responses to this question, emphasising continuities between the two forms of regime rather than change. The author’s arguments are underpinned by a comprehensive review of the major elements of Peru’s economic, social and political development for the half century from 1750. The study concludes with a detailed analysis of the independence period (1810–1824) which unlike many previous studies, provides a detailed interpretation of unrest in the highlands of royalist Peru, the dying days of the viceroyalty under Jose de la Serna (1821–1824) in Cusco, and the attempts to reach a negotiated settlement with the patriots under Jose de San Martin. Bourbon Peru is accessible, readable and well argued, and it will be essential reading for anyone with questions about the economy, government, social structure and political outlooks of Peru in the period prior to its independence.

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Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Title Page3
Contents5
Abbreviations6
Preface and Acknowledgements7
Introduction20
1: Antecedents: The Viceroyalty of Peru Prior to 175028
2: Government, Defence and the Church45
3: Economy, Demography and Finance70
4: Society, Ethnicity and Culture99
5: Resistance, Revolts and Rebellions113
6: Royalism, Patriotism and Independence125
7: Conclusion and Epilogue: The Bourbon Legacy157
Appendices164
1: The Viceroys of Peru in the Bourbon Period166
2: The Visitadores Generales181
3: The President-Intendants of Cusco186
4: The Regents of the Audiencia of Lima193
5: The Regents of the Audiencia of Cusco197
6: The Intendants200
Glossary of Spanish Terms217
Archives and Bibliography221
Index238