By Dr Carlos Marichal
This publication emphasizes that the Spanish empire remained the 3rd most vital ecu country when it comes to financial source of revenue and naval strength, and primary in measurement of territorial empire, really as a result of its colonies in Spanish the United States. The Spanish crown was once concerned with 4 wars with nice Britain and wars with France through the many years 1760-1810. Colonial Mexico financed every one of these wars by means of remitting silver within the type of taxes and loans. The charges of the imperial wars have been so nice that they finally triggered the financial ruin of either the Spanish American colonies and of the monarchy itself.
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Equally important, in 1767, Juli´an Arriaga, minister of the Indies, ordered a faithful but ambitious technocrat, Jos´e G´alvez, to travel to New Spain as royal envoy (Visitador General) with instructions to carry out a thorough report on the defense conditions and the fiscal administration of the viceroyalty. Not surprisingly, the Viceroy marquis de Cruillas was surprised by the G´alvez mission as he arrived with extraordinary military and political powers. 24 The innovations of O’Reilly and G´alvez proved to be models for the rest of Spanish America in the last decades of the eighteenth century.
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Jg. 6, H 4 (1980), 335–353. ˜ 1760– 41 Carlos Marichal, “Beneficios y costes fiscales del colonialismo: las remesas americana a Espana, 1814” Revista de Historia Econ´omica, x, 3 (1997), 475–505. 42 Under Phillip V (1726–1746), total disbursements of the branch of the royal treasury of Mexico City, known as “War” (Guerra), increased from 1 million pesos a year in the mid-1720s to over 3 million pesos by 1745. 3 million pesos a year, which represented over 60 percent of total disbursements of the Mexico City central treasury.