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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Martinez-Campos, Arsenio 1834-1877 (search)
ez-Campos, Arsenio 1834-1877 Military officer; born in Cuba in 1834; was educated at Madrid; and became a colonel when twenty-nine years old. For a time he served in Morocco and Cuba, and returned to Spain, with the rank of brigadier-general, in 1870, and took part in putting down the Carlist insurrection. Later he declared against the republic and was imprisoned as a conspirator, but after requesting to serve in the Liberal army he was set free, and given the command of a division under Concha. He took part in the battles of Los Munecas and Galdames, and raised the siege of Bilbao. Returning to Madrid he espoused the cause of Alfonso XII., and with Jovellar succeeded in placing the royal heir on the throne. He was next sent into the disturbed territory of Catalonia, which he pacified in less than a month. In 1876 he ended the civil war by defeating Don Carlos at Peña de la Plata, for which he Arsenio Martinez-Campos. was appointed a captain-general. In the following year
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New Mexico, (search)
iver, just above its junction with the Rio Grande......1598 Santa Fe founded under the title La Ciudad Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco......1605 Religious persecution of the Indians by the Spanish, who whip, imprison, and hang forty natives who would not renounce their old faith, results in an unsuccessful revolt of Indians......1640 Native Indian tribes unite in a project to make a simultaneous attack on the Spanish settlements, but the plan is discovered and broken up by Governor Concha, who arrests and imprisons the leaders, hanging nine, and selling the others into slavery......1650 Four Indians hanged and forty-three whipped and enslaved on conviction by a Spanish tribunal of bewitching the superior of the Franciscan monastery at San Yldefonso......1675 Pueblo Indians under Pope reduced to abject slavery by the Spanish, rise in rebellion. Their plan of a general massacre on Aug. 10, 1680, being discovered, they begin two days earlier a massacre of the Spanis
e last Council of Ministers on Italian affairs it was decided that the state quo should be maintained in Rome for some time to come. It was reported that the Orleanist and republicans had formed a coalition for the next elections, and that they expected to return forty Deputies. The third Division of the expedition to Mexico, coursing of three steamers, left Toulon on the 3d instant. The Madrid (official) Gazette announces that in consequence of the explanations given by Gen. Concha to the Emperor Napoleon all differences of opinion between France and Spain have ceased. The Paris Bourse closed firm and steady on the 6th inst at 69f. 40 for the renters. Italy. The physicians attending Garibaldi had issued a bulletin stating that his sufferings were not very acute, and that his symptoms generally were favorable. The Official Gazette says that a ball penetrated his ankle joint, and inflammation had set in, but that the symptoms were not alarming. It
d their resignations, and they were accepted. The alleged reason for the resignations is that the decree for the dissolution of the Chambers had not obtained the royal signature. It was rumored that Marshal Narvaez had been summoned to form a new ministry; but nothing certain was known. Madrid was tranquil. A Madrid telegram, of the 27th, says, Marshal Narvaez has lost ground. Public opinion is not favorable to a Cabinet formed under his Presidency. Mm. Mon, Mayans, and General Concha have been summoned to the Palace. Nothing, however, is yet decided upon. Madrid, Feb. 28, 1863. The Marqu's Boreb has been charged with the formation of the new Ministry. Rumors are current that Senors Mon., Mayans and Canavans will enter the Cabinet, but nothing is yet decided. --There is no longer any question of Marshal Narvaez being called upon to form an Administration. The new Ministry is as follows: President of the Council, Minister of War and the Colonies, Lucro