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Jose Monino

Conde de Floridablanca (1728–1808), Spanish diplomat and administrator. Monino, a native of the city of Murcia in eastern Spain, studied law; as a practicing lawyer, he acquired ...

Monino, Jose

Monino, Jose (1728–1808)   Reference library

Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2005
Subject:
History, modern history (1700 to 1945)
Length:
625 words

..., Jose , conde de Floridablanca ( 1728–1808 ), Spanish diplomat and administrator. Monino, a native of the city of Murcia in eastern Spain, studied law; as a practicing lawyer, he acquired a number of influential clients, including the duke of Alba, at one time president of the Council of Castile. This helped to smooth the way for Monino's own entry in 1766 into the Council as one of its fiscales , or lawyers, for criminal matters. Among his earliest tasks in this post was the investigation of the so-called Esquilache riots in Madrid earlier that year....

Jose Monino

Jose Monino  

Conde de Floridablanca (1728–1808), Spanish diplomat and administrator. Monino, a native of the city of Murcia in eastern Spain, studied law; as a practicing lawyer, he acquired a number of ...
27 The History of the Book in the Iberian Peninsula

27 The History of the Book in the Iberian Peninsula   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Book

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2010
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History, Social sciences
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6,196 words
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Oxford University Press

... *India paper and bound in *leather . In Valencia, María Amparo and Vicente Soler (Tipografía Moderna) launched their exquisitely produced series for bibliophiles, ‘La fonte que mana y corre’ ( 1945–75 ). Collaboration between Amparo-Soler and the bibliophile Antonio Rodríguez-Moñino saw the launch of Editorial Castalia in Madrid and its flagship series in 1969 , Clásicos Castalia, which has since proliferated in series for all ages of reader: Castalia Prima, Castalia Didáctica, and Escritoras Madrileñas, to name a few. This collaboration gave continuity, in...

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